The meaning of Village in dream | Dream interpretation
If your dream featured a seaside village, it predicts temporary difficulties; a mountain village promises unexpected gain; and a country village forecasts solid achievement.
To visit a quiet and charming village in your dream foretells a contented life.
A village denotes, in general, a desire for peace and tranquility; you may be looking for closer ties with the people around and to enjoy a more relaxed family life. However, if the village is abandoned it signals that the subject cannot solve their problems and must find new ways to reach fruition.
If quaint and sunny, then an honest and straightforward personality of the dreamer transpires.
If it is abandoned in favor of the city there is the possibility of professional improvement (although, at present, job matters are not the first concern in the protagonist’s life).
To dream that you are in a village, denotes that you will enjoy good health and find yourself fortunately provided for.
To revisit the village home of your youth, denotes that you will have pleasant surprises in store and favorable news from absent friends.
If the village looks dilapidated, or the dream indistinct, it foretells that trouble and sadness will soon come to you.
1- A village appearing in a dream suggests a fairly tightly knit community. It mav illustrate our ability to form supportive relationships and a community spirit.
2- A village can present certain problems.
For instance, everybody knows everybody else’s business which can become trying. In this case we may be highlighting the oppression felt in close relationships. Because the pace of life is slower, we may find that the village in a dream is a symbol of relaxation.
3- Often village life was centred around the church and the pub, providing many contrasts. Spiritually, we often have to look at balancing two parts of our lives.
Dreams of a village reflect your feelings about family and community, as well as your level of integration with the various aspects of yourself. This dream might be an expression of your desire for support, belonging, and the power of synergizing resources with people that have a common goal.
1. Isolated or restrictive social circle, closed-minded.
2. Rampant gossip.
3. A desire for a simple, traditional way of life.
4. Effort needed in an approaching task.
This dream promises an offer of a change which will prove most important to your future.
To dream that you are in a village represents restrictions. It may also indicate that you are unsophisticated, but well-balanced. Alternatively, it signifies community, simplicity, and tradition.
Symbolizes the personality of the dreamer: unsophisticated but well-balanced (at least as an ideal). But can also mean restriction, as in Siege, Amber, Trap, as well as a phony idealist. According to ancient Egyptian dream interpretation, peaceful existence, family, protection, belonging.
(City; Suburban area; ‘I’own) A village in a dream represents injustice that will be followed by destruction as a consequence of people’s sins. Entering a well fortified village in a dream means fighting with someone. Crossing a village into a city in a dream means changing a menialjob into a more respectable one, or perhaps it could mean downgrading a good deed one has performed, thinking of it as unimportant, or regretting it, or it could mean doing something good and thinking of it as evil, or perhaps it could mean showing indecisiveness and doubt. Entering a village in a dream also means governing it, or presiding over its people, or it could mean commencing a new job. Walking out of a village in a dream means escaping from evil. Seeing a destroyed village in a dream means heedlessness or a calamity caused by the sins of its dwellers. Seeing a well-built village in a dream shows the piety and righteousness of its people. Seeing ancient edifices or ruins inhabited again in a dream represents people’s repentance from sin. Avillage in a dream also could signify injustice, innovations, corruption, disregarding the divine laws, or discarding the moral standards set by the community.
A village in a dream also could represent ants’ underground nest or colony, while an anthill in a dream represents a village.
If a village is completely destroyed by fire, or floods, or freezing temperature, or by locusts, or plagues in one’s dream, it means suffering under the oppression of an unjust ruler or a tyrant, or it could mean destroying an anthill. Moving from a village into a city in a dream means leaving one’s toiling and hardships behind him. Moving from a city into a village means the opposite, and signifies leaving comfort and safety to meet with discomfort and fear.
(Also see City)
If we were raised in a small town, a dream about a village can relate to our childhood.
A village can also symbolize everything from the community we have at our workplace to the global community.
Often village life was centred around the church and the pub, providing many contrasts. Spiritually, we often have to look at balancing two parts of our lives.
A village appearing in a dream suggests a fairly tightly knit community. It may illustrate our ability to form supportive relationships and a community spirit.
Psychological / emotional perspective: A village can present certain problems.
For instance, everybody knows everybody else’s business – which can become trying. In this case we may be highlighting the oppression felt in close relationships.
Material aspects: A village can symbolize restriction and an unsophisticated attitude. Because the pace of life is slower, we may find that the village in a dream in today’s busy world is a symbol of relaxation.
Symbolic of seclusion, Song. 7:11
Entenng a village may represent a short getaway to an enchanting place or dealing with more primitive or ancient styles of approaching life.
A village is where the commoners live, so a village could represent the desire to live a more simple and straightforward lifestyle.
One’s childhood; quiet homely feelings, rural or unsophisticated in a business or commercial sense; past values. Village of one’s birth, childhood or home: the values and attitudes which prevailed at that period. See town.