To see or eat cauliflower in your dream indicates honor, integrity, and the search for excellence. It can also symbolize anguish and misfortune. You may need emotional stimulation. Your dream implies that you will soon be entering a more prosperous and harmonious period of your life. You have managed to overcome many hardships. It may also symbolize the human mind.
A cauliflower in a dream represents a tidy and a passionate person who usually helps others, benefits them and who possesses an acute or a penetrating personality. Seeing a cauliflower in one’s hand in a dream means trying to collect a debt that will not be paid except through imposing one’s will and firmness.
Its shape is reminiscent of the brain. Think more; taking more deliberate actions will bring results, comfortable home and, as with all vegetables, good health.
To see or eat cauliflower in your dream, symbolizes spiritual nourishment and purity. It also represents sadness and the need to be uplifted. Your dream suggests that the tough times that you are experiencing will soon be over. Alternatively, the cauliflower may represent the brain.
Like most vegetables, this is an omen of good health and a comfortable home life.
Dreams of eating cauliflower symbolize commitment and a willingness to make certain sacrifices in order to manifest your goals. This dream can also reflect maturity in your ability to delay gratification. See Tree and Vegetable.
To dream of eating it, you will be taken to task for neglect of duty.
To see it growing, your prospects will brighten after a period of loss.
For a young woman to see this vegetable in a garden, denotes that she will marry to please her parents and not herself.
(See Cabbage and Vegetables), This vegetable appears to have no amatory significance except to young women, who, if they see it growings will marry through pressure brought from outside sources, probably their parents.
Good health is predicted by a dream of this succulent vegetable. Seeing it growing predicts an improvement in your financial affairs.