The meaning of grain in dream | Dream Interpretation
Symbolic of God’s provision and blessing, Jer. 31:12
One’s daily blessing of provisions
Another symbol of Earth’s bounty. Dreams of grain are almost always harbingers of prosperity and happiness, unless the grain is burning or spoiled. In that case, a setback could be in the works, but still, grain is such a positive symbol that the setback in question should be easily resolved.
Grain can represent the very seeds of life and our need to discover the hidden truth. As an offering to nature it honours the abundance of mother earth.
Psychological / emotional perspective: To dream of grain growing in a field can indicate that we are more or less on the point of success, that we have tended our lives sufficiently to be able to achieve growth.
Material aspects: Dreaming of grains such as wheat, oats, barley, etc. Can indicate some kind of a harvest. We have created opportunities for ourselves which can now come to fruition. Provided we look after the outcome of these opportunities, we can take that success forward and create even more abundance.
Gives gender - specific: Grain and the sheaf of corn are old symbols for fertility and for nurturing. In a woman’s dream she will recognize her essential nature through these symbols. In a man’s dream, he will appreciate nature and nurturing.
To dream about grain represents prosperity, abundance, and content. This dream can also signify all of the efforts you have made to achieve your goals.
Vision: Harvesting grain: actual worries will soon go away. Buying grain: a problematic future, because your own “supplies”—emotional and material—are getting low.
If you have a lot of grain: you will continue to prosper. Having little grain means material as well as emotional losses in the near future.
See Rye. Grain in general symbolizes mental / intellectual and physical needs; but it may also—through an association with the “grim reaper”— point to the transforming power of Death. This may also address the question of personal productivity. See Field, Harvest. Bountiful harvest means self-confidence and health, crop failure the opposite.
A field of grain points to the “Fields of Life” and the “Field of Experience.” Here is a chance to find out what you have to work on.
If you are a city person, the image of peace and quiet indicates a longing for a more natural life and relaxation. It relates to the idea that life bears fruit and brings maturity. Grain nourishes.
Folklore: A sign of luck. Success after hard work.
-This is a very fortunate omen, although your success will come to you from hard work and endeavour. Persevere and you will be richly rewarded.
Dreams of grain represent the macrocosm within the microcosm; that within a tiny grain of sand exists the entire shore of life. Your subconscious mind is telling you that it’s the little things that count the most, and to pay attention to the details.
If you are going with the grain, then you are in sync/harmony with the universe.
If you are going against the grain, then you are feeling disharmonious, struggling and learning the hard way. Grain is also associated with harvest, reaping what you sew, abundance and your visions coming into fruition. See Goddess Demeter and Bread.
1- Dreaming of grains such as wheat, oats, barley, etc. can indicate some kind of a harv est. We have created opportunities for ourselves which can now come to fruition. Provided we look after the outcome of these opportunities, we can take that success forward and create even more abundance.
2- To dream of grain growing in a field can indicate that we are more or less on the point of success, that we have tended our lives sufficiently to be able to achieve growth.
3- Grain can represent the very- seeds of life and our need to discover the hidden truth.
Grain is a most fortunate dream, betokening wealth and happiness.
For a young woman, it is a dream of fortune. She will meet wealthy and adoring companions.
In the field, harvested, or in storage bins, grain is a dream of fortunate import.
A dream of prosperity; to see great bins in a storehouse, plenty; a field of grain denotes profit; to harvest grain augurs wealth; to carry it, weariness (Artemidorus). The symbolism is obvious.
(see Com, Farm, Field)