The meaning of Mummy in dream | Dream interpretation
Wrapped up in your own programs, beliefs and habits; dead to the creative spirit within. Time to come to life through transcending your embalming fluid.
Based on the environment of modern life, the appearance of a mummy could seem terrifying, however, the interpretation of this dream is a little more complex. The unconscious brings back aspects of remote past that had been forgotten but, perhaps, were not entirely resolved at the time. Old feelings of guilt, fears, insecurities, and accusations against people who have been with you throughout life may come to light.
Dreams of a mummy signify a fear of change, your feelings about death., and your attachments to old ways of being. You are attempting to preserve dead, unworkable, dysfunctional aspects of yourself out of habit or a lack of faith that there is something better out there for you.
Be confident. Success is not far off.
To see a mummy in your dream suggests that you feel trapped in a situation. You may also feel that you are not being heard.
A long life. You want immortality and have a tendency toward grandiosity.
The mummy may also indicate an age-old burden, something that died long ago but still influences and fascinates you.
Vision: Looking at a mummy: a long-forgotten event from the past is coming up again.
Depth Psychology: You need to change some of your personal habits, bringing them more in line with your new life. But it seems you would rather “preserve” (mummify) them—which will make life more difficult for you or lead to conflicts with others. Facc the changes in your life head-on, and do it as soon as possible. See Cadaver, Canned Food, Cans, Skeleton.
A mummy is a preserved dead person, so a dream about a mummy can be referring to something that has died but which we continue to preserve.
A mummy is also concealed beneath layers of cloth, so a mummy can represent something we are hiding from ourselves.
Something or someone kept in wraps to keep others from knowing the truth