Offering oneself; a woman offering herself and sexuality; a receptive state of being which can receive intuitively from the unconscious.
Holding out a cup. the receptacle of receiving, may represent the need to receive the fulfillment of your desire.
A coffee mug signifies that you are ready to communicate with someone important to you.
A plastic-coated party cup may point to your readiness to cxpenence joy and the celebration of life.
A broken or chipped cup may represent internal damage that makes it difficult to fulfill your desires.
To dream of sharing a cup with someone symbolizes shared beliefs or activities, 1 Cor. 10:21. A cup can also symbolize being used by God, Jer. 51:7
Whatever one partakes of, i.E.
The cup of worldly pleasure, the lord’s cup of regeneration, etc.
see Dream Dictionary: Chalice
The feminine awareness of the draught of life, immortality and plenty is intuitively and sensitively used.
The cup has much of the symbolism of the chalice, indicating a receptive state which accepts intuitive information.
Psychological / emotional perspective: If we are open to the more feminine side, we are able to both give and receive help and assistance.
The cup often signifies happiness or joy.
Material aspects: An offering or opportunity is being offered in everyday matters which we would do well to identify. Often the feminine is offering an opportunity from the unconscious.
Gives gender - specific: To some extent the interpretation depends on what kind of cup is depicted.
An ordinary teacup or mug for instance focuses on mundane matters and – for a woman – her feelings about domestic concerns. In a man’s dream the emphasis is more likely to be on his feelings about his wife, family and happiness.
Vision: Seeing a cup: a friend will come to visit. Drinking from a cup: you will get together with another person, and something might develop from it.
A broken cup: you will break up with a friend or a loved one.
Depth Psychology: A cup might be a sign of your sexual needs or your need for friendly companionship. See Container, Mug, Vessel.
interpreted upon 3 sides: woman & young girl & a [male] servant compliant to the house’s needs. As for the Jug, then it is interpreted by: woman or young girl.
(Drinking cup; Goblet; Mug) In a dream, a drinking cup represents a woman or a son or a servant. Golden or silver cups in a dream are better than glass cups.
A cup in a dream also denotes exposing hidden secrets.
A filled cup in a dream represents a pregnant woman, if the water disappears in the dream, it means that she will give birth to a new child.
A broken glass in a dream means death.
A broken glass in a dream also signifies the death of one’s wife.
If one sees himself carrying a glass of water, then if the glass falls and breaks, while the water remains in his hand in the dream, it means that his wife maydie soon after giving birth to a new son.
If the glass does not break and the water is spilled in the dream, it means that she will live and the newborn will die.
A cup in a dream also represents a housekeeper, or it could mean money.
The substance of a cup in a dream is interpreted the same way as that of a woman. Eating a glass cup in a dream means suffering adversities. (Also see Drinking; Mug)
See Thirst. Refers to female virtues and emotions, and the needs of the soul. See Pitcher, Chalice. According to psychoanalysis, a symbol of female sexuality.
See Mug, Beaker, Goblet.
A full cup is a sure sign of increased prosperity, but an empty cup predicts low finances, so be prepared to watch your money carefully.
A decorated or fancy cup foretells that you can avoid social embarrassment by heeding the advice of a loyal friend.
An empty Cup is a bad omen, but a full one is a sign of prosperity.
Dreams of a cup symbolizes your capacity to understand and hold a space of compassion and empathy for another’s feelings, views, and attitudes about abundance.
If your cup runneth over, then this dream symbolizes that you are thriving in prosperity.
If your cup is empty, then this dream either symbolizes that you are feeling empty or available to receive. See Chalice.
1- The cup has much of the symbolism of the chalice, indicating a receptive state which accepts intuitive information.
An offering is being made which the dreamer would do well to identify. Often the feminine is offering an opportunity from the unconscious.
2- Intuitively, if we arc open to the more feminine side, we are able to both give and receive help and assistance.
3- The feminine awareness of the draught of life, immortality and plenty is intuitively and sensitively used.
(see Beverages, Chalice)
A full cup indicates money coming in.
An empty cup indicates money going out.