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Costume, Dream Interpretation


Playing a role or pretending to be someone you are not

Appearing to be something other than what you are to impress or appease

If you were wearing the costume, you’re hiding your true self from someone - or perhaps from everyone in your circle.

If you take it off, something will cause you to drop the fa?ade very soon.

If you are only one amongst many wearing a costume, especially if some of the others were children, this portends an amazing and totally unexpected - but nonetheless favorable - turn of events.

(See Apparel)

Dreaming of wearing a costume means you think people don’t see the “real” you.

Dreams of a costume symbolize your desire to be seen in a particular type of role or as a particular archetype. Depending upon the feeling tone of this dream, your subconscious mind is either revealing the type of person you are aspiring to become. See Clothes and Dress.

Wearing a costume in your dream is much like wearing a mask in a dream. You feel the need to hide your true self from the world.



Costume | Dream Interpretation

Keywords of this dream: Costume

My Dream Interpretation

If you dreamed of attending a costume party, where everyone was in costume except you, this is a warning against false friends.

To dream that you are wearing a costume, signifies that you are putting on a false face toward others. Your true self is not being revealed and you are not being completely honest with people around you.... My Dream Interpretation

Encyclopedia of Dreams

If you are wearing a costume this could indicate that you are trying to hide your true self, or you inner feelings behind a facade of duplicity; you may not be wholly honest with a loved one and have a fear of being found out.

If you are wearing a ridiculous costume, such as a chicken suit, this could indicate that you are being foolish about certain matters in your life and must look to the other symbols to find out just what it is.... Encyclopedia of Dreams

New American Dream Dictionary

1. Disguise, deception.

2. One feels need to assume other roles.

3. One does not feel comfortable presenting one’s own image. ... New American Dream Dictionary

The Language of Dreams

(see Clothes, Masks)

A facade or charade. Tilings are not as they seem.

Various roles we play in life.

For example, someone who is an authority figure may be seen in a costume depicting a famous leader like Julius Caesar (see Icons).

Mimicry of various real-life scenarios as if in a play. This provides a safe medium for the expression of your perceptions.

Sustenance and support. Among ancient tribal cultures, costumes and masks served as a vehicle for sympathetic magic.

For example, if they needed crops to grow, they might dress as vegetation and perform a jumping dance to encourage that growth. So, what facet of your life does this costume represent, and how does it accent that facet?... The Language of Dreams

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