The meaning of Medal in dream | Dream interpretation
To dream of receiving medals for good conduct denotes depravity and loss of character (Raphael) Evidently a wish dream arising from the consciousness of a guilty conscience.
A medal is a reward for bravery or good work, so when it appears in a dream it is recognition of your own abilities and achievements in life.
If you give the medal to someone else, then you are honoring a part of yourself represented by that person.
Wearing medals predicts recognition for work well done; observing medals on others or in a display is a warning to control your vanity and/ or your jealousy.
Just like the DIPLOMA, the medal is a symbol of distinction and recognition. It’s appearance in a dream can be interpreted as a feeling of satisfaction for having completed a task, or the need to receive a reward that was unfairly denied. The interpretation depends on the feelings awake in you and the circumstances developing in real life.
To receive a medal as a reward announces love; to wear it is an omen of endeavors that end well.
To dream of medals, denotes honors gained by application and industry.
To lose a medal, denotes misfortune through the unfaithfulness of others.
1- A medal is often a reward for good work or for bravery, so when one appears in a dream, it is a recognition of our own abilities.
If we are giving someone else a medal then we are honouring that part of ourselves represented by the other person.
1- Human beings botli like and need to feel good about themselves.
A medal in a dream acknowledges our talents and/or successes not just in the immediate moment but gives a permanent reminder of what we have done.
2- A badge of honour reflecting our attunement with the Spiritual codc can be svmbolised in dreams by a medal.
Dreams of a medal symbolize honor, esteem, courage, and that you are excelling and becoming worthy of recognition.
A victory is in your midst.
One feels deserving of some reward, perhaps a raise, for an achievement.
Competitiveness and being externally oriented. You want to be praised, accepted, and rewarded. Also a symbol for wanting to belong to a certain group— almost always a group made up of men.
Vision: Receiving a medal: you are not aware of it, but you are overly ambitious and arrogant. Giving a medal to someone else: your career will get a boost.
Depth Psychology: Your need for recognition, reward, or authority has become almost pathological; make some drastic changes and do it quickly. Too much pride and ambition will chase away good friends and partners. See Tassel.
Just as a medal acknowledges our prowess, from a spiritual perspective it reminds us to adhere to a spiritual code of conduct.
Psychological / emotional perspective: Human beings both like and need to feel good about themselves.
A medal in a dream acknowledges our talents and / or successes – not just in the immediate moment – but gives a permanent reminder of what we have done.
Material aspects: A medal is often a reward for good work or for bravery, so when one appears in a dream it is recognition of our own abilities.
If we are giving someone else a medal then we are honouring that part of ourselves represented by the dream character.
A display of deserved honor and accomplishment, whether formally or informally