Chapel, Dream Interpretation

A small religious place of worship, formal or informal

See religious buildings in buildings

Vision: Seeing or being inside a chapel: you are not only enjoying inner peace and a place for reflection—but also Gods guidance.

Depth Psychology: The chapel reflects your need for solitude and contemplation. This is the right time for religious reflection and the search for a higher power. See Church.

A place of quiet and contemplation. Particularly in times of stress it points to reflection. Romantic place.

According to Freud, a symbol for women, as in Church.

As with all religious buildings, it is a fortunate dream if you see the outside, but not if you find yourself inside.

Concerns about religion.

See Church.

To dream of a chapel, denotes dissension in social circles and unsettled business.

To be in a chapel, denotes disappointment and change of business.

For young people to dream of entering a chapel, implies false loves and enemies. Unlucky unions may entangle them.

A young person of either sex who dreams of going into a chapel is likely to have misfortune in love affairs. It implies disappointment at the least.

If you dream of being outside a chapel, you will be surprised by sudden good fortune.

Chapel | Dream Interpretation

Keywords of this dream: Chapel

A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

Example: ‘It was like an English church with several great spires.

The whole building seemed to be built in a white and gold design.

The gold pans shim­mered in the sun. I gazed at this wonderful sight for some time and felt such a wonderful feeling of upliftment, my tired­ness gone’ (Johan E). As in the example, the powerfully re­generative side of our inner life or feelings; the world of expe­rience we have created inwardly by our thoughts, meditation, actions; our sense of contact with life itself. Also the moral rules we make decisions from (such rules may not be ‘Chris­tian’ if they kill much of our inner life); moral authority, our relationship with the community. Occasionally baptism, mar­riage, death, the mother or refuge.

Walking past church: not entering into contact with the best in us—or our anger towards dogma. Example: The priest was going to question and assault my friend in connection with some opinion he had offended the church with. I went to stand near him to give him moral suppon, and physical help if necessary. I hated seeing anybody degraded.

The priest saw my move and sent three thug type men to shoulder me out. They surrounded me to knock me down. I went beserk and knocked them all over the place with kicks and punches’ (John P). In the example John sees the dogmas of the Church as an assault and degradation of human qualities of love and moral suppon. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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