The meaning of Shroud in dream | Dream interpretation
A dream of contrary signifying an unusual celebration ahead, likely to be connected with a legacy.
To dream of a shroud, denotes sickness and its attendant distress and anxiety, coupled with the machinations of the evil-minded and false friends. Business will threaten decline after this dream.
To see shrouded corpses, denotes a multitude of misfortunes.
To see a shroud removed from a corpse, denotes that quarrels will result in alienation.
1- In a dream a shroud can be a frightening image, since it is associated with death.
If we recognise that by shrouding something it becomes hidden, then the image is less frightening.
2- A shroud can signify a covering up of something we do not fully understand. We know that it is there, but we do not wish to have a look at it.
3- In spiritual terms a shroud is a mark of respect.
News of a wedding is at hand.
(Wrap) Ashroud in a dream means coveringone’s private parts, or it could mean having a secret affair, concealing one’s action while displaying a deceptive appearance, or it could mean marriage with an incompatible spouse. Wearing a shroud in a dream also may mean earning money from adultery.
If one sees a shroud and does not wear it in his dream, it means that he will be lured to engage in adultery, though he will abstain. Being wrapped in a shroud like a dead person in a dream means one’s death.
If one’s head and feet are still uncovered in the dream, it represents his religious failure and corruption.
The smaller is the wrap shrouding the deceased in a dream, the closer he is to repentance and the larger is the wrap and more complete is his preparation for burial in the dream, the further he is from repentance.
(Also see Shrouding; Undertaker)
In spiritual terms a shroud is a mark of respect for the dead. As a garment, it is meant to convey decency.
Psychological / emotional perspective: In a dream a shroud can be a frightening image, since it is associated with death. It can also signify the covering up of something we do not fully understand. We know that it is there, but we do not wish to confront it.
Material aspects: If we recognize that by shrouding something it becomes hidden, then the image is more manageable. In times gone by, the shroud was a set of ropes used by sailors. This image surfaces in dreams when we deliberately tie something up in order to make it safe – shrouded from view. You might also like to consult the entry for sailing / sails.