Gray represents lifelessness, a drab appearance and dull ideas. It may mention that you are lacking aliveness.
A gray business suit may point to someone with traditional and conservative attitudes about business.
An intermediate, depressed state, i.E.
A gray horse, a divorce litigation
Gray is a rather depressing color; some mystics believe it to be the color of the aura of a prison. Some sources believe it to indicate a slow period in the dreamer’s life, when he or she is merely “marking time.”
(Color) In a dream, the color gray means a high rank or authority.
The color of something as yet unconscious and undefined, a color-less mixture where light emerges from the dark. Blending contradictions, as in Wedding, where it mixes black (female) and white (male), so it is archetypal. Gray stands on the border between day and night, light and dark, and—in a dream—asks us to draw clear distinctions. Gray here may represent the unassuming; on the other hand, the inconspicuous gray may also point to the conspicuous, the essential, and the real in life. See Mouse, Shadow.
Gray indicates fear, fright, depression, ill health and confusion.
If everything in your dream is gray, you may feel emotionally distant or detached. This is a common dream to have if you’re feeling sick.
1. Feeling depressed.
Old age and the sagacity that comes with long life (note the gray hair on elderly people). Finding yourself in between stages, or having qualms and misgivings (e.g., “gray areas”).
The subconscious or the substance of the mind itself (e.g., “gray matter”).
The cabalistic color of wisdom.