The meaning of Square in dream | Dream interpretation
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Metaphorically, the inability to fit in due to social awkwardness (e.g., being “square”).
Trying to adapt to an impossible situation, like putting a square peg in a round bole.
Boundaries. Like the outlines in a coloring book, the lines of a square may contain something, or keep something out. Look to the rest of the dream for more information to see if this fits.
For example, if a house sits amid a high square fence, this probably shows that you’re very private and keep a strong wall between vourself and others.
If a square frame, highlighting a perspective.
Squares are very stable and well ordered, and they indicate things that are down to earth, the physical reality and the materialization of ideas and plans. Leonardo da Vinci’s depiction of a man in a circle in a square represents the complete balance of the various aspects of human nature. Squares also suggest the four directions on a compass. It could be that you seek stability and order in your life, and aren’t quite sure how to achieve these. Look at how the square is used in your dream for a hint as to which direction to take. Squares represent the material world with its stability but also its limits and restrictions. Squares are dreamt about most often by those trying to bring order into their lives.
If you dreamed of a square—be it a square room, a city square, a television screen, a book or a paving stone—the reference may be to your own stable, dependable personality. On the other hand, are you trying to find a solution to a problem that vexes you? Squares can also represent feelings of restriction or the boring, tedious, day-to-day grind of life, so in dreams they could be reflecting stagnation, inhibition, and your need for freedom and excitement.
If you dreamed of a cube, this is a symbol of wisdom, truth and perfection as it gives depth and stability to a square. The cube may also stand for a house, and is therefore a symbol of the self.
If you or another person are within a cube in your dream, this represents you.
If the cube is in the form of a die, it suggests life’s uncertainties.
Boxed in; too square, controlled. Balance in partnerships; see four in Numbers. Balance of our elements: earth, air, fire, water.
Eventual success and security will be yours if your dream featured anything in this form.
Dreams of a square are a sign to develop more balance, equanimity, order and organization in your lifestyle. Alternatively, this dream could be giving you the message to think outside of the box, and to stop being so square. Consider the feeling tone of this dream. See Box.
1. Feeling like a “nerd,” in the slangy, critical sense of the term “square.” 2. Feeling boxed in.
Dreams that strongly feature squares suggest the dreamer feels a need for more stability in her life.
A symbol of wholeness. You are on the path of individuation and self-awareness. You are grounded and emotionally balanced.
The idea of being grounded was particularly emphasized by Plato, who considered the square the original symbol of Earth, since the angles of the square are an expression of permanence, in the sense of its structural shape.
Vision: Seeing a square: you are caught up in a serious problem—take care of it as soon as possible. Stay calm and collected and things are going to work out just fine.
Depth Psychology: The square is a symbol of a certain emotional strength and stability. See the chapter “Numbers in Dreams—Four.”
Squares suggest stability, which in a dream may reflect a felt state or indicate a need for more stability. Squares also signify strength and solidity (square jaw or square shoulders).
See shapes / patterns
Figurative of that which is in perfect proportion, whether a square person or meal
Anything square appearing in a dream may comment on the importance of structure. It may represent fixed or concrete ideas. It may also represent the four comers or directions as bringing form to your ideas.
A square denotes rigidity.
Down to eanh; reality; the physical experience; stability; the materialising of an idea, feeling or plan. Leonardo da Vinci’s diagram of the man in the circle within the square represents a complete balance of the vanous aspects of human nature—as he may have achieved himself. See mandala above in this entry.