A person with a loose sense of humor
To dream about a goose represents productivity and a mother’s affection.
The goose could also indicate that your subconscious is trying to tell you something.
Symbol: The goose represents alertness and incorruptibility.
Vision: Killing or eating a goose means receiving money or an increase in your income. Buying a goose: be alert, someone wants to take you for a fool. You hear geese gabbling: watch out, someone is saying bad things about you. Calling out to a goose: avoid the company of simple-minded people. Tending a flock of geese: you are forced to take care of an unpleasant situation. Fattening a goose: don’t encourage another person’s foolish behavior.
Depth Psychology: The goose—undeservedly—is a symbol of simple- mindedness or even stupidity. Sometimes seeing a goose means that you’re being taking advantage of by your partner. Change it!
A young girl, as in Daisy. Stupid goose, stupidity. In ancient Egyptian creation mythology, the goose represented—together with the universal egg—a symbol of origin.
The Ur god Amun was depicted in the form of a goose.
For the Greeks and Romans, the goose stood for vitality and fertility, leading to the term: “silly goose” for a young girl. In addition, the goose was the divine animal of Aphrodite and was sacrificed to the god of fertility. In antiquity, it was a symbol not only of wisdom, but also of marital love.
The St. Martin s Day goose is closely connected to the idea of sacrifice and mercy.
To this day, a goose appearing in a dream is seen as being connected to love, sacrifice, and fertility. In the fairy tale “Jack and the Beanstalk,” the goose that lays the golden eggs is the symbol of something precious, something that we long for. In Celtic myth the goose and the Swan are messengers from another world, and for that reason a goose could never be used as food in Brittany.
The goose is also an ancient symbol for the initiated.
Folklore: A positive sign.
Geese are lucky in dreams, signifying increased wealth and good fortune.
Maternal love and caring.
A roasted goose seen or eaten in a dream is an indication that you should guard against careless association with strangers.
A bad dream for a single man auguring a silly and incompetent wife (Raphael). Modern nursery lore represents the goose as an emblem of silliness, despite that fowl’s illustrious reputation in both Rome and Egypt.
(see Birds, Swan)
The creative principle. In Egypt, a goose laid the cosmic egg from which the Universe sprang.
India: Representative of freedom, eloquence, and learning.
Easter: A bringer of good news, especially for lovers. Geese mate for life.
An alternative wind emblem, having associations with Boreas in Greek mythology, the god of the north wind.
In the form of Mother Goose, an alternative goddess symbol, or reminder of youthful imagination and fancy.
Modernly, a symbol of foolish behavior (e.g., someone acting like a “silly goose”).