The meaning of sky in dream | Dream Interpretation
(1) From Dvaus-pita (‘Sky-father’) of pre-Hindu India (with equivalents throughout the primitive world) to the Christian ‘Father which art in heaven’, sky and God have been closely associated in mythology.
It is not surprising, therefore, if sky symbolizes something transcendent: for example, your true (but not yet achieved) self.
(2) Sky may symbolize the realm of consciousness as distinct from earth or sea, representing the unconscious realm. See also Bird, Flying.
The mind; our potential. Dream scenes such as the sky opening and people or objects appearing, or threatening things falling from the sky, are graphic descriptions of how suddenly a new thought or viewpoint or event appears from nowhere; or for no apparent reason anxious or depressing thoughts occur ‘out of the blue’. Floating, flying in sky: avoiding anxiety; escape into daydreaming or the mind; having a wider awareness of a situation; exploring potential. Colour, mood of sky: our view of life at the moment. Idioms: sky’s the limit; sky high, pie in the sky; out of the blue. See flying; space.
You look up into the sky: you can look forward to a great future • The sky opens to you: you can expect help from someone in a high position • The heaven speaks to you: a great fortune befallen you • You fly to the sky: y
Symbolic of separation, Gen 1:6.
A dark sky means trouble.
A clear sky means peace.
A red sky means judgment or war.
A purple sky can symbolize the second coming of Christ.
The sky can also symbolize witness and faithfulness, Ps. 89:37
The sky is the enormous part of our world that is everything that the earth is not. In this way, the sky is a symbol for the endless capacity of the human imagination. For some, this expansiveness is so enormous that it includes the concept of God. Anything that involves the sky in the landscape of a dream represents this upward-soaring element of the human psyche. Consider what is happening in the sky in your dream, and add that quality, experience, or sensation to your aspirational sensibilities. What is happening in your highest thoughts will be happening in the sky of your dreams, whether positive or negative. Remember that things can “fall out of the sky,” which represents sudden, unexpected experiences; again, those can be either positive or negative.
Sunny skies denote happiness and prosperity, while cloudy or stormy skies foretell trouble ahead, perhaps family quarrels.
The day sky represents the ability to see clearly, while the night sky hints at things hidden from view.
The night sky, however, can also represent comfort and security.
A sky full of stars, like sunny skies, is an omen of hope, and great opportunities lie ahead.
The sky spiritually suggests infinity and that which is above and beyond us – a representation of the ultimate. It also signifies order, particularly that applied to the intuitive function.
Psychological / emotional perspective: The sky signifies the unattainable. Whatever effort we make we can never make the sky tangible. This is one reason why the sky gods were so important in more primitive cultures.
Material aspects: In dreams the sky can represent the mind and signify our potential. Floating or flying in the sky can be ambivalent, since it can either mean trying to avoid the mundane, or exploring a different potential.
If the sky is dark or cloudy it may reflect our mood of gloominess; if it is bright, our mood of joy.
To dream of looking up at the clear blue sky implies that your life is full of serenity, and you are open and able to speak your mind.
If the sky is cloudy and overcast, then it indicates that you will soon be faced with hardship and anguish.
The sky usually signifies peace and freedom of expression when it is clear and blue.
If cloudy and overcast, the sky may be forecasting sadness and trouble.
Symbol: The sky is the seat of heavenly beings who are greater than humans; it is the manifestation of transcendence, a symbol for the sacred order of the universe.
Vision: Looking at a cloudless, blue sky: your plans will be successful; it also means great joy in the near future.
A cloudy sky: worries, obstacles, or an uncertain future.
If you are looking at Stars: a great desire is being fulfilled.
Depth Psychology: The sky stands for the emotional strength that influences your life, though you may not be aware of it. Dreaming about “being in heaven,” or “seeing heaven” means you have either reached this state or are striving to get there. Do you feel like being in “seventh heaven” right now? Sec the chapter “Colors in Dreams—Blue.”
whoever saw the sky’s colour as white then there is in that [an indication of]: blessing and fertility.
If he saw it as green then it [means] good.
If he saw it as yellow then [means] disease & sickness.
If he saw it as red, then it [means] war & bloodshed.
If he sees it as black then it [means] famine & distress.
If he sees that the sky is being coloured [then] there will be affliction & a grand trial in that place.
To look up at the clear blue sky in your dream indicates peace and freedom of expression.
If the sky is cloudy and overcast, then it foretells of sadness and trouble.
A dream about a red sky suggests that the dreamer is feeling overwhelmed or threatened by powerful, possibly self-destructive, forces within their own self.
This is a fortunate dream unless you see heavy clouds.
A few clouds merely show difficulties that you will probably overcome. But watch carefully whether the clouds are gathering or dispersing.
1. Sense of freedom.
2. If the sky is blue, one is ﬁlled with hope.
3. If the sky is gray, the future looks grim.
Dreaming of a clear sky indicates an appreciation of culture and a desire to be with distinguished persons.
If you dream that you are floating high in the sky among the clouds seeing weird people and creatures, it is a sign that you will be disillusioned with love.
Dreams of the sky represent your connection to spirit, God, heaven and higher consciousness. You are tapping into your greatest potential and openig to solutions for your current challenges.
1- In dreams the sky can represent the mind. It can also signify our potential. Floating or flying in the sky can be ambivalent, since it can either mean trying to avoid the mundane, or exploring a different potential.
If the sky is dark it may reflect our mood of gloominess; if it is bright, our mood of joy
2- The sky signifies the unattainable. Whatever effort we make we can never make the sky tangible.
3- The sky spiritually suggests infinity. It also signifies order particularly that applied to the intuitive function.
To dream of the sky, signifies distinguished honors and interesting travel with cultured companions, if the sky is clear. Otherwise, it portends blasted expectations, and trouble with women.
To dream of floating in the sky among weird faces and animals, and wondering all the while if you are really awake, or only dreaming, foretells that all trouble, the most excruciating pain, that reach even the dullest sense will be distilled into one drop called jealousy, and will be inserted into your faithful love, and loyalty will suffer dethronement.
To see the sky turn red, indicates that public disquiet and rioting may be expected. See Heaven and Illumination.
It symbolizes your aspirations, your deepest desires, the ultimate meaning of your actions. Not surprisingly, except in Egypt, the sky has always been associated with the masculine, to the active and to the spirit (the land, however, is linked to the feminine and passive).
If in dreams you look at the sky during daylight, it is a sign of openness and clarity in your aims. The night sky, in turn, indicates order, and balance when it is starry. For Jung, at nightfall, the sky was the most appropriate place for the subject to project her unconscious. The symbolism of the constellations and zodiac signs, therefore, are archetypal expressions of the subject’s inner world.
Many oneiric superstitions agree that dreaming of a blue sky heralds good luck.
If it is cloudy, quite the opposite. On the other hand, some believe that a red sky in dreams portends a national disaster.
A bright sky, flecked with fleecy clouds, predicts that you will enter upon a period of affiuence.
The omen here depends on the weather details.
A dear sky, whether light or dark, signifies happy times ahead; a few clouds, dispersing, are a sign of minor difficulties easily overcome; a few clouds, gathering, indicate obstacles which will require more effort; and a stormy sky portends a period of stress that will require courage and determination.
A gray sky is a sign of reliable friends who will stand by you in all kinds of weather.
The only way is up; lack of limitations. The sky’s the limit. Move toward highest goal. Freedom, expansion.
A dream of observing the night sky may be a hint that you intend to reach as high as you can in your particular field.
In dreams, the sky often represents the mind or your thoughts. It can also suggest your potential. Floating or flying in the sky can indicate that you are trying to avoid the mundane or are exploring your potential.
If the sky is dark, it can suggest a mood of gloom; but if the sky is bright, it suggests joy. The daytime sky represents infinity and a star-studded sky is a symbol of the unconscious.
Jung saw the night sky as the most suitable place onto which people could project their unconscious desires. The symbolism of the constellations and Zodiac signs are archetypal expressions of the inner world of the unconscious. The image of a blue sky in your dreams may suggest spiritual aspirations but it is also a symbol of contentment. Most dream traditions suggest that to dream of a blue sky brings good luck, whilst cloudy skies are a harbinger of misfortune. Some claim that to dream of a red sky foretells a terrible disaster that will befall the nation. See also SPACE AND SCIENCE.
(see Blue, Clouds, Space)
Frequently a masculine symbol. Both Hindus and Native Americans speak of “father sky” (see Men).
An alternative, higher level of awareness. Possibly a type of flying or ascent dream.
The transcendent, limitless self.
An image that reconnects the dreamer to her / his heritage as a universal being (see Star).