Sense of beauty; flowering of the feeling quality or ability; the sexual organs, depending on shape. Example: So for the third time I held the woman and made love.
The woman’s vagina was like a flower—1 don’t mean to look at, but in physical sensation. My penis felt like it was penetrating petals of flesh and touching with great pleasure a central receptive area. I was left with the feeling of being able to make love again and again without any negative effects. It was a very positive and healthy feeling’ (John T).
Also feelings of pleasure; youthfulness; time of flowenng. Bud: penis or vagina, in the sense of growing male or female qualities. Giving flowers: giving love and tenderness. Many flowers growing: feelings of well-being and relaxation. Dead flowers: death or old age; dying love or abilities. Giving dead flowers: wishing someone dead or out of one’s life; dead feelings. Lotus, lily : as these grow from mud, through water to the air and light, they sometimes represent our wholeness and growth, showing our connection with the universal as we develop individually. Rose: love; femininity. Shape or number of petals is featured: a flowering of a new aspect of the self. See colours; shapes; castrate.
Blooming, fragrant, and beautiful, flowers in their many varieties come as reflections of feminine beauty. Each may have different attributes and fragrances commenting on the many expressions of a woman’s beauty.
Love, marriage, Song. 2:12
A joyful and appreciative reward of love, beauty, and sentiment; research type and color, i.E. Dead flowers are the end of such
Always a positive symbol. Joy and happiness, and perhaps a whole new life, lie ahead for the dreamer. Astrological parallel: Taurus, Virgo. Tarot parallel: The Sun.
Spiritually flowers signify love and compassion, both that which we may receive and that which we give to others.
Psychological / emotional perspective: The feminine principle is often represented in dreams by flowers, as is childhood.
The bud represents the potential available, while the opening flower indicates development.
To be given a bouquet – and the colour of the flowers may be important – means that we are being rewarded for an action, perhaps a spiritual offering of some sort. Each individual flower has a particular symbolism in dreams and below are just a few.
Material aspects: Flowers in a dream usually give us the opportunity to link to feelings of pleasure and beauty. We are aware that something new, perhaps a feeling or ability, is beginning to come into being and that there is a freshness about what we are doing. Also consult the entry for colour and garden.
Vision: Picking flowers means material success and a pleasant emotional experience. Seeing a bouquet of fresh flowers: good luck in love and friendship. Decorating yourself with flowers means the deepening of a relationship with a loved one. Tearing flowers off a plant: you are destroying (or have destroyed) your own happiness. In a woman’s dream, flowers stand for great expectation and hope in matters of love.
If the woman is picking flowers it means she is hoping that her secret wishes (sometimes the material kind) will be fulfilled.
Depth Psychology: Dreams about flowers point to something positive within you. It might also refer to a very private, personal experience that is, in real life, related to flowers.
The more beautiful the flowers, the richer your emotional world and your ability to love.
Gathering beautiful flowers is an indication of prosperity. You will be very fortunate in all your undertakings.
Flowers in a dream are a sign of joy and benefits.
If one sees himself crowned with a garland of flowers in the dream, it means that he will get married, enjoy his marital life excessively and take pleasure in experiencing his success in this wor ld. Seeingflowers out of season in a dream means depression.
If an impostor sees himself carrying a bouquet of flowers in a dream, it means constipation, while if a sick person sees that in a dream, it means his death.
A bouquet ofmany varieties of flowers and colors in a dream represent the world, its constantly renewed youthfulness and its material pleasures. Asfor a woman, seeing flowers in a dream means getting pregnant or overcoming her difficulties. (Also see Blossoms; Earth; Iris)
Flowers symbolize beauty and safety. They are also symbols of the inner feminine self.
If you dream of seeing or being in a field of colorful flowers, this represents your own kindness, compassion, gentleness, beauty and pleasure in life. It is also a symbol of perfection, spirituality, joy and financial gain.
To dream of fresh, brightly colored flowers growing in a garden or arranged in a vase or flower pot indoors, is a lucky omen of great personal happiness.
To dream of flowers blooming in barren soil means that your energy and cheerful nature will help you get through hard times.
If the flowers were dead or wilted or if you threw them away, the dream is warning you that overconfidence or carelessness goes before a fall. It may also means that you are not making use of your full potential and talents.
To dream of flowers opening can indicate psychic powers in the dreamer.
To dream of plastic flowers suggests that you are being fake in some way. You are not being genuine and true to yourself. Perhaps you are putting on a false cheerfulness, or acting like somebody you are not. Also see “Bouquet” and “Lei”
One of the best of Nature dreams, this foretells great happiness, unless you throw away the blossoms, when you will suffer from your own careless actions.
Flowers growing in a garden mean pleasure and happy working conditions.
A bouquet demotes imminent social events. Withered flowers, disappointments, regrets.
To gather flowers, a surprise.
1- Flowers in a dream usually give us the opportunity to link to feelings of pleasure and beauty. We are aware that something new, perhaps a feeling or ability is beginning to conic into being and that there is a freshness about what we are doing.
To be given a bouquet means that we are being rewarded for an action the colour of the flowers may be important (see Colours). In folklore, each individual flower had a meaning in dreams: Anenome Your present partner is untrustworthy. Arum Lily An unhappy marriage or the death of a relationship. Bluebell Your partner will get argumentative. Buttercup Your business will increase. Carnation A passionate love affair. Clover Someone who is in need of finance will try to get in touch.
Crocus A dark man around you is not to be trusted. Daffodil You have been unfair to a friend, look for reconciliation.
Forget-me-not Your chosen partner cannot give yon what you need. Forsythia You are glad to be alive. Geranium A recent quarrel is not as serious as you thought. Honeysuckle You will be upset by domestic quarrels. Iris Hopefully, you will receive good news. Lime/Linden This suggests feminine grace. Marigold There may be business difficulties. Mistletoe Be constant to your lover. Myrtle This gives joy; peace, tranquillity, happiness and constancy. Narcissus Don’t mistake shadow for substance. Peony Excessive self-restraint may cause you distress. Poppy A message will bring great disappointment. Primrose You will find happiness in a new friendship. Rose Indicates love, and perhaps a wedding, within a year. Snowdrop Confide in someone and do not hide your problems.
Violet You will marry someone younger than yourself.
2- The feminine principle is often represented in dreams by flowers, as is childhood.
The bud represents the potential available, while the opening flower indicates development.
3- Spiritually flowers signify love and compassion, both that which we may receive and that which we give to others.
Messages received.Delicate messages of love, joy and healing. When we look at flowers, most of us feel some joy and vitality. At the very least, we appreciate their beauty and see their value. Flowers are beautiful and in our dreams they could represent the simplest feelings of contentment to the deepest feelings of spiritual completeness.
A circular flower is a friendly sign which could be the “mandala” symbol or the symbol of wholeness that represents the “psychic center of the personality.” Additionally, the colors could symbolize the psychic centers in our bodies called chakras. Flowers also represent hope and positive growth, along with simplicity, innocence, and possibly virginity.
In general it is lucky to dream of flowers, but if the odor is unpleasant, it is not a fortunaie augury. Look up COLORS (ch, V).
Joy is indicated by dreaming of flowers in season, the dream augurs disappointment, white flowers are but slightly unfortunate; yellow flowers forecast painful difficulties; red flowers indicate death (Gypsy). Freud regards this as a purely erotic dream. In Christian symbolism flowers symbolize immortality; cut flowers, however, are emblematic of death.
(see by type, Field)
Fulfillment and maturity in yourself, a job, or a relationship.
Research the specific flower for other more detailed associations. Most have correlations with divine beings, historical figures, and folkloric attributes.
For example, the lily is often an emblem of Christ, the rose is often a symbol of Mary, the Mother Goddess, and of England, and lavender portends renewed happiness.
Personal values, morals, and characteristics budding to the forefront.
Appearing as an offering: See Altar, Sacrifice.
Gathering in a garden: A delightful surprise, depending on the flower. Buttercups portend successful business, carnations foretell love, irises predict communication from someone you miss, and primroses are an omen of new friendship.
Dying or wilting: Personality disorders, physical maladies, or decreased energy that erodes inner beauty.
Alchemically, an alternative emblem for the soul, as the petals radiate from the center, like the body around the spirit.
Opening flowers represent potential, hope, and the first evidence of manifestation with regard to your goals.
Victorians used flowers to communicate messages and for a special petaled divination system in which each blossom meant something different. Consider if your words are being directed with flowery sentiments that may or may not be appreciated and understood by the recipient.
The colors of the flowers can symbolize the psychic centers, called chakras. Flowers also represent hope and positive growth, along with simplicity, innocence and possibly virginity. They symbolize contentment and pleasure.