The meaning of Speech in dream | Dream interpretation
If you were making a speech in your dream, what you are saying may have bearing on what is currently happening in your life.
If you spoke angrily or wearily, this may show how you are feeling about something or someone.
If you are nervous before your speech, there is something you need to say or some information you need to impart but feel apprehensive about doing so. Pay attention also to the way in which your speech was received.
If you were cheered and clapped, you feel confident and upbeat, but if you were booed and jeered, you feel uncertain and lacking in confidence.
If close friends or family were in the audience applauding, you are feeling supported or appreciated by them.
If you listen to a speech by someone else, were they saying anything that might be relevant to you in waking life? If the speaker was famous, this might be wish-fulfillment but also might reflect concern with an issue or feeling that they represent to you. See also Speaking entry in SOUNDS.
If giving or listening to a speech, you are being given a message, teachings, that are helpful to your life. Verbalization, communication; express yourself.
Improved status in social position and/or business is forecast in a dream of making a speech.
See also Oration.
If you dream of giving a speech, then this reflects your public self/persona expressing what you are passionate about. You are identifying your personal message to the world or you are working out your fears of public speaking. This dream may be a message for you to prepare for success, and to bring images of yourself as confident, eloquent and prepared into your dreamtime. Also, dreams of a lecture can represent a one sided point of view, opinions, and passionate feelings about a particular topic.
1. If giving a speech, one is expressing long-repressed feelings for all the world to hear.
2. If listening to a speech, one is hearing feelings from another person previously rejected.
3. If making a speech at a conference and one is booed off the stage (or from whatever forum one is speaking from), one feels his/her ideas are not being accepted.
4. If one is speaking and is accepted, one is respected for one’s ideas.
If you dream of making a speech, you will have an improvement in your social status. This dream can also be a reminder to take care of neglected obligations.
Emotions and / or needs are vocalized.
The content of your soul is made conscious, expressed, and vocalized to the people around you.
The content of the speech is important.
To be listening to a speech means that you will shortly have an opportunity to learn things which can be of great benefit to you.
If you are delivering a speech, you will be in a position to help someone who will appreciate your assistance.
Vision: Speaking aloud in your dream: you are having an argument with yourself.
If someone is talking to you: you are getting on people’s nerves. Giving a speech: you are too ambitious. Listening to someone else’s speech: a warning not to let other people talk you into things. See Speaking.
Depth Psychology: Are you trying to make others understand you better? Have you decided finally to speak your mind, express your opinion? Do you feel misunderstood or ignored right now? For a person who normally is not talkative, the dream is a challenge to be more courageous and assertive.
For more outgoing people, it is a warning about being too ambitious, too talkative, and too pushy. You know which of the above applies to you!
Making a speech has two perspectives, because on the one hand it has a universal meaning that connects to the projecting of a single focused thought in an effort to create mental agreement.
The person making the speech is a part of your consciousness that has the main idea. Those listening represent other thought patterns that are being exposed to the singular idea. What are you trying to convince yourself of? On the other hand, since many people have strong feelings about public speaking, a dream about a speech could indicate that you are preparing to face something in a public way that frightens you.