The meaning of Pearl in dream | Dream interpretation
Pearls represent joy.
A broken string of pearls, however, symbolizes some misunderstanding.
(see Gems, Oyster, Seashell)
Something that, once found, is worth all your sacrifice (e.g., the “pearl of great price”). Sagacity and the creative aspects of self (e.g., “pearls of wisdom”).
An alternative symbol for moon and ivater.
Freshwater pearls: Strung together, they represent progressive learning, or serious thought that leads to a perspicacious decision, action, or conclusion.
Black pearls, while rare, are actually considered a negative portent due to their color (white represents purity). Something in your line of reasoning or current situation is likely flawed, and could lead to trouble.
Beauty formed within the self; beautiful, precious, strong. See Jewel.
The Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu once said: “The sage wears coarse garb, but in his chest hides a jewel.” The situation can be extrapolated to the pearl hidden in an oyster, that is, to the spiritual perfection that is hidden under the shell. On the other hand, the pearl also represents the feminine, love, and beauty. When it is in jewelry or necklaces, indicates material grandeur and exhibitionism. And if, in the dream, a pearl necklace breaks and they are scattered it means that something has been dismantled in our waking lives. Possibly reveals your fear of not finally getting that for which you fought so much. (See SHELL) Threading pearls on a necklace is a harbinger of loneliness.
Beauty created and found in the home of the emotions. Broken String of Pearls: Misunderstanding
Dreams of a pearl represent well-earned wisdom, inner beauty, and knowledge that have come from hardship. Your dream is showing you that your life lessons and pearls of wisdom are priceless, but not to cast your pearls to swine. See Jewelry.
1. A treasure, a beauty often neglected—frequently a concept, usually intellectual.
2. Unhappiness, ﬁnancial misfortune.
3. Success is at hand (obtaining pearls).
Pearls in dreams represent the feminine and the unconscious mind.
If you dream of finding a pearl in an oyster, you are comfortable with your body and your sexuality.
If you lose or break a pearl necklace, you are worried about someone you know taking advantage of you.
A symbol of the mature soul and completeness of the emotional experience. Also a female sexual symbol (clitoris), and a general symbol of women, loved ones, something precious and complete. Pearl also refers to domestic help and “the good soul.” If a pearl necklace breaks, trouble and worries due to a loss.
Folklore: Happy marriage.
(Beads; Jewel; Money; Tears; Women) Drilling wholes in pearls to string them in a dream means fulfillment of one’s goals, easing one’s passage, or facilitating one’s marriage. In a dream, a pearl also means a son.
If one’s wife is pregnant, and if she hands him a pearl in his dream, it means that she will deliver a beautiful son.
If the pearl has no glitter, or if he takes it from his wife and locks it inside a box in a dream, then it represents a servant.
A pearl in a woman’s dream means good news.
If she is unwed, it means that she will get married.
If one sees himself bartering a pearl or a gem for fake jewelry, or for chips of glass in a dream, it means that he has sold the reward of the hereafter for the temporary pleasures of this world, or that he has exchanged something precious for something worthless, or it could mean that he may commit a sin, or become an apostate. Pearls in a dream also represent the Quran, manner of proper talking, bezels of wisdom, children, servants, integrity, beauty, or money.
If one sees himself piercing a pearl in a dream, it means that he will give valuable interpretations to Quranic verses. Swallowing pearls in a dream means forgetting what one has learned from the Quran. Swallowing pearls in a dream also could mean acquiring wisdom and knowledge. Selling pearls in a dream means acquiring knowledge and growing to be famous and respected. Throwing pearls at people in a dream and seeing people collecting them while one remains aloof, represents a judge who issues his verdict, or admonishes people who accept what he says and abide by it accordingly. Receiving a pearl in a dream means caring for the daughter of a relative. Finding a pearl in a dream also means finding a wife. Borrowing a pearl from someone in a dream means begetting a son and giving him for adoption, or that the boy will die shortly after his birth. Pearls in a dream also mean becoming wealthy from an inheritance. As for a scholar, a pearl in a dream represents knowledge, and for a governor, it means expansion of his power. As for a merchant, it means a growing business, and for a craftsman in a dream, it means advancement in his craft. Pearls in a dream also represent the final step in adorning something and the proper way to display beauty, or they could represent fantasies and attractions. Drilling a hole in a pearl in a dream also means having sexual intercourse with a blood relation. Swallowing a pearl in a dream means hiding a testimony. Chewing on pearls in a dream means backbiting people. Vomiting pearls in a dream means scheming against people and deceiving them. Throwing a pearl into a river in a dream means helping people. Extracting a pearl from its shell, then throwing the pearl and keeping the shell in a dream means that one is involved in body snatching and in desecrating the graves. Opening a closet with a key and pulling out stored pearls from inside it in a dream means asking a question from a scholar. Counting pearls in a dream means going through hardships. Seeing pearls in a dream means becoming joyful and happy. Receiving a gift of pearls in a dream denotes a political appointment. Pearls in a dream also denote good words, money, or servants.
A pearl necklace in a dream means marriage, or a bundle of money, or it could mean memorizing the Quran. Carrying loads of pearls in a dream means carrying burdens. Throwing pearls to a swine or over a trash pile in a dream means giving knowledge to people who are not worthy of it, or people who do not understand it and who will consequently mock him. Burning pearls to cook with them rather than wood in a dream means putting a heavy burden on someone who cannot carry it and consequently having him explode. Large pearls in a dream provide for better connotations than the small ones. Pierced pearls in a dream mean easy and fast coming money. Pearls in a dream also may represent tears.
(Also see Counting pearls; Mother of pearl; Tears)
interpreted upon 8 sides: knowledge, Quran, wisdom, halal wealth, beautiful woman, child of noble birth, friend.
Symbol: The pearl stands for enlightenment and spiritual rebirth.
Vision: Pearls in women’s dreams don’t always mean tears. They also express the desire to create something of value.
A housewife who lives a restricted life often dreams about pearls, or that she was given pearls as a gift. Wearing pearls: old emotional scars are resurfacing and need to be addressed. Giving pearls as a gift: you won’t get thanks for your willingness to help.
Depth Psychology: See Clam, Mussel, Oyster, Jewels, Jewelry. Penguin
Depth Psychology: The penguin is a sign that outwardly you are always correct. But in everyday life you are still a captive of your emotional world. Try to change that!
The pearl is sometimes associated with the feminine principle, lunar forces, intuition, and water (all of which are identified with the unconscious). Mother of pearl lining the shell of the abalone suggests a fetus emerging to life. Alternatively, pearls in a dream may symbolize “pearls of wisdom” regarding a new idea or venture or a warning not to “cast your pearls before swine” by compromising oneself or one’s values.
Symbolizes the feminine principles of chastity and purity, and also the moon and the flow of water.
See gems / jewels
Priceless; god’s word; the church, formed by pain; the greater the suffering, the greater the pearl
A pearl is the calcified product of the oyster that surrounds an irritant with a protective layer of material that humankind has considered precious for thousands of years. At the heart of this beautiful object as a symbol is the grain of sand that must be present in order for this beautiful object to be created.
A pearl indicates that some difficult situation has caused a wonderful benefit to be generated.
The gospel or something valuable, Matt. 7:6, 13:45
An expression of beauty and the symbol of enlightenment, the pearl can signify something o: beauty formed out of an earlier emotional irntation.
A stnng of pearls adorning the neck of a woman might represent the expression of her wisdom.
The gift of pearls is in recognition of a woman’s worth and value.
See pearl under jewels; oyster under fish, sea creatures.
(1) Pearls have associations with water, shells and the moon (same shape and colour), all of which are symbols of the feminine in its positive, creative aspects. A pearl may therefore signify new life; a possibility of personal growth. In a woman’s dream it may even, by its resemblance to a foetus, represent pregnancy. See also Moon, Shell, Water.
(2) It may be a symbol of the self: personal wholeness, in which conscious and unconscious halves of the psyche are united (cf. the New Testament ‘pearl of great price’, the finding of which is worth the sacrifice of everything else).