Success, either desired or achieved; realisation of expanded awareness See dream as spiritual guide.
Symbolic of royalty and power, Rev. 14:14
Exaltation and honor
A gold crown indicates public honors and/or acknowledgement for work well done.
A wreath of flowers worn around the head implies happiness and success in romance.
A laurel wreath indicates victory over problems in your life.
A paper or plastic crown, however, indicates insincere compliments from people with agendas of their own.
To see oneself wearing a crown can infer the dreamer is in need of addressing matters of an egocentric nature. It can also imply a need for power and control.
A crown signifies a change into a different level of awareness, victory over death and a recognition of status.
The diadem, the forerunner of the crown, was initially a simple white ribbon, ending in a knot and two stripes that were placed on the shoulders, that surrounded the head of the king to denote his authority. It signified being bound to his spiritual task.
Psychological / emotional perspective: We may have striven for something and our greatest victory has been against our own inertia.
The crown can represent dedication, particularly to duty. It suggests the attainment of knowledge. When a crown is highly decorated we acknowledge our past attainments.
Material aspects: To dream of a crown is to acknowledge our own success, and to recognize that we have opportunities that will expand our knowledge and awareness. We may be about to receive recognition or a reward of some sort.
A warning. Be very careful in all decisions you make, especially business decisions.
If it is a paper crown (as at a party), you are heading for a fall.
whoever sees a crown on her head, then if she does not have a husband, she will get married.
If she has a husband, then she will prevail considerably over [other] women.
For a Muslim, a crown in a dream represents the Holy Qur’an, knowledge, prosperity or marriage to a wealthy woman. Wearing a crown in a dream means begetting a son, moving into a new city or forcing an enemy to retreat. Ifa woman sees herselfwearing a crown in a dream, it means marriage to a noble and a high ranking person.
If she is married and pregnant, it means she will beget a son.
If a prisoner sees himself wearing a crown in a dream, it means that he will be released fromjail and regain his dignity. Wearing a crown studded or inlaid with gems in a dream is better than wearing a plain golden crown. Wearing a golden crown in a dream is also a bad omen.
If a widow sees herself wearing a crown studded with gems in a dream, it means marriage to a wealthy person from another country.
If the crown is made of gold in the dream, it means that she will marry an old man whom she will shortly inherit.
If an unjust ruler sees himself wearing a golden crown in a dream, it means that he will lose his eyesight, while if he sees himself wearing a golden crown inlaid with gems in the dream, it means establishing trading interests with a foreign country.
If a woman’s crown is stolen in a dream, it means the death of her husband. (Also see Turban)
If a man sees a crown in his dream it means he will enjoy honour, dignity, power and sublimity in the world and not in the hereafter. Wearing a crown made of gold, silver or pearls means great resources as well as honour but disaster for one’s Deen.
Hat. Symbolizes power, fame, and influence. Points to a high level of awareness that is related in yoga to the Crown chakra (Sahasrara). See Head, King.
Since the Middle Ages, a crown made of straw has symbolized impermanence, which still is part of today’s dream interpretation. This crown of straw also points to Harvest, meaning that experiences from the past can now become useful.
To dream of a gold or jeweled crown signifies unexpected honors.
A silver crown suggests a health problem will clear up soon.
A paper crown foretells temptation which could damage your reputation if you do not resist it.
A crown made of flowers or leaves is a lucky omen for all your concerns.
A plastic crown suggests benefits through influential friends.
To dream that you have a Crown on your head is a sign that you will benefit through people in a better position than yourself.
If a Cross is seen as well, then you will benefit through a death.
1. One feels he/she is master of a particular situation.
2. One feels that he/she deserves the highest reward available.
Dreams of a crown represents higher wisdom, nobility, rank, beauty, -esteem, authority and prominence. This dream may be a message for you to respect yourself, because the best is yet to come; your crowning glory. See Chakra-7th and Tiara.
1- To dream of a crown is to acknowledge one’s own success, and to recognise that we have opportunities that will expand our knowledge and awareness. We may be about to receive an honour or reward of some sort.
The crown can represent victory; and dedication, particularly to duty. We may have striven for something and our greatest victory has been against our own inertia.
A crown signifies victor)- over death and attainment.
To dream of a crown, prognosticates change of mode in the habit of one’s life.
The dreamer will travel a long distance from home and form new relations. Fatal illness may also be the sad omen of this dream.
To dream that you wear a crown, signifies loss of personal property.
To dream of crowning a person, denotes your own worthiness.
To dream of talking with the President of the United States, denotes that you are interested in affairs of state, and sometimes show a great longing to be a politician.
A crown made of gold and jewels symbolizes power, honor, and status. It could also symbolize an accomplishment or a passage into higher levels of consciousness or spiritual awareness. When interpreting this dream, pay attention to what kind of crown it is and who is wearing it. This dream may be congratulatory, (i.e. esteem for a job well done). Different types of crowns may have varying meanings (e.g. Jesus had a crown of thorns and was a martyr). All crowns are circular and in that way they bring up issues of completeness and wholeness and point to the center of personality.
To dream of having a crown of gold on your head signifies the friendship of your liege; and the dreamer will be honored by many persons, and will have many gifts.
A dream of reward among all people: “To bear a gold crown on the head signifies the friendship of your liege, honor, pleasure and many gifts” (Artemidorus). The unvarying symbol of reward.
(see Gold, Jewelry)
Is the crown being put on or taken off? If accepted, this reveals your acceptance of responsibility for your life.
If removed, perhaps you’re trying to set aside culpability for your actions (or lack thereof).
Greco-Roman: Hospitality. It was a common practice to present guests with crowns of decorative leaves so that they would be treated like kings while in the host’s home.
Developing leadership qualities, skills, or higher ideals (see Authority Figures).
What type of attitude does the person with the crown portray? Is it dictatorial or fair? This attitude reflects the way you treat yourself or others—either overly harsh, or fairly