A gypsy can symbolize a person who travels and never settles down
Dreaming of a female gypsy fortuneteller indicates unexpected good news, while dreaming of a male gypsy, usually a musician, foreshadows romance.
If the dreamer saw a band of gypsies, particularly if they were traveling in caravans, a move may be in store, or perhaps a period of uncertainty and insecurity.
Buying something from a gypsy indicates good luck after a period of uncertainty.
To dream of a gypsy implies that you want to live your life without restrictions. It may also mean that you should set some solid goals and objectives.
Vision: Seeing a gypsy: you have an unconscious longing for freedom. Speaking to a gypsy: your assessment of a certain matter and how to proceed was correct. Paying a gypsy to pre- diet the future: someone is making a fool of you. Listening to gypsy music: a romantic adventure is in the wings.
Depth Psychology: Gypsies are a symbol of freedom, individuality, and intuition (beyond the control of logic). Arc you trying to ignore the conventional standards of society? Sometimes the dream is a warning about conniving people. See Astrology, Fortune-teller.
A wandering mind-pattern; unfocused direction.
To dream of a Gypsy or Gypsies is a sure sign that you will be wandering or traveling in the near future.
If you dream that you are a Gypsy, you will enjoy a wonderfully happy marriage.
If you are with a group of Gypsies, you are going to a reunion.
If you dream of a Gypsy telling your fortune (dukkerin’), listen to what she says; it is important.
The wild and adventurous person within. At the same time, one of the oldest images of the scapegoat in our culture.
The term “Gypsy” discriminates against the Siniti and Roma tribes, branding them as outsiders and “second-class citizens.” This image in a dream often points to an immature masculinity.
Folklore: Luck, if the Gypsy is offering you something.
If you dream of a gypsy or gypsies, it is a suggestion that you should follow your dreams, even if others don’t believe in them.
1. Longing to be free—and responsibility-free.
2. Expression of secret thieving instincts.
Dreaming of a gypsy or a life of a gypsy indicates a wish for a change of fortune.
If travel is connected with the dream, a restless, unhappy mood has overtaken the dreamer.
If there is dancing, the dreamer needs an emotional outlet.
If the gypsy is reading your fortune, you are dissatisfied with your present situation.
Dreams of a gypsy signify that you are predicting the future, living on the edge, and traveling with the wind.
If you’ve been feeling stuck, you are connecting with your desire for freedom.
If you’ve been a wanderer for too long, you may desire predictability and stability. See Precognitive Dreams.
If you dream of visiting a gypsy camp, you will have an offer of importance and will investigate the standing of the parties to your disadvantage.
For a woman to have a gypsy tell her fortune, is an omen of a speedy and unwise marriage.
If she is already married, she will be unduly jealous of her husband.
For a man to hold any conversation with a gypsy, he will be likely to lose valuable property.
To dream of trading with a gypsy, you will lose money in speculation. This dream denotes that material pleasures are the biggest items in your life.
Wandering, wisdom, magic.
A headlong love affair leading to an unhappy marriage ts the result predicted from dreaming of having one’s fortune told by a gypsy.
To see one in a dream, a lucky sign to business men (Gypsy).
(see Divination, Storyteller, Travel)
Latent psychic abilities or unexplored occult interests (we often equate Gypsies with fortune-telling with cards, crystal balls, and palmistry).
Having a free spirit, adventurous heart, and a slight disdain for definite rules (e.g., having “gypsy blood”).
Matters of sensuality or sexuality may be worked out through the image of a Gypsy, w is stereotyped as being more liberal in such matters.
Possibly a false guide or teacher who gives misleading information to gain adoration money.
The significance of this dream is evidently due to the regard in which the clergy of past ages held their gypsy brethren.... The Fabric of Dream
If it involved a proposal of marriage and you accepted (or were accepted), it is a dream of contrary and you can expect a rocky road to romance. However, if you persevere, it may, in time, smooth out.
If the dream involved the acceptance of money or anything else of value, it portends success in pending business matters. Acceptance of anything which is fake or counterfeit suggests you may be too trusting, so reexamine your current relationships.
To accept an invitation is a forerunner to an inheritance or an unexpected gift. **Acceptance: Slow, laborious or delayed acceptance of a person, place or thing shows you have taken the right measures and allotted the right efforts and success is assured very soon. Quick acceptance shows you have been careless and too accepting in this matter and discrepancies are bound to crop up from it. Reevaluating is called for in this situation. Gypsy lore says that a young woman who dreams that she is proposed marriage to and accepts quickly is an indication that her wedding will meet with an unexpected (overlooked) and delaying situations.
To accept a business deal means future success, even if it does not appear to be so at the time.
To be accepted by a lover indicates happiness with that person. ... The Bedside Dream Dictionary
To dream of playing an accordian indicates that you are having to work hard to achieve your desires. Yet if you dream that you are having a wonderful, happy time playing it, perhaps with lots of people dancing to the music, then it means you are enjoying your job and are happiest when working.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
To dream of the aisle of a church often indicates a coming disagreement between two factions of a family. Gypsy families will always ensure that they are all together on one side of a church aisle, rather than some on one side and some on the other.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
The gypsy influence is distinctly traceable in the folk-lore of the apple as coloring the dream. It confers immortal youth in the fairy-tale, golden apples, love apples, etc., while in Christian symbolism it represents the fall from Eden, the sin that made Christ’s coming necessary. Freud makes this a sexual dream, and Inman gives the apple as a symbol of sexual love.... The Fabric of Dream
C G Jung began studying archetypes and dividing function into thinking, feeling, sensation and intuition. Following various work by his pupils, it became possible to build up a type of ‘map’ of the interaction between all of these functions and to discover where one’s own distortions occur. Each function has a ‘positive’ and ‘negative’ quality which is perhaps better described as ‘greater’ and ‘lesser’. Each of the masculine and feminine sides of the personality has these four functions, thus there are 64 (8 x 8) interactions possible. Where a distortion has occurred, we tend to project onto those around us the archetype with which we have most difficulty (often the Shadow). Consequently there will be a tendency to repeat situations over and over (e.g. the woman who continually finds herself in close relationships with a father-figure type, or the man who continuallv finds himself at odds with women executives) until we learn how to cope with and understand our distortion.
The obverse of this is that, with awareness, one is able to accept other’s projections onto oneself without being affected bv them. Perfect balance would be achieved by using all aspects of the personality as shown below. Kindly Father and Mother are self explanatory. Ogre represents masculine anger used negatively and Destructive Mother may be wilfully destructive, or simply the smothering type that is the mother who prevents the adequate growth of her children. Youth and Princess are the more gentle, fun-loving aspects of the personality while Tramp is the eternal wanderer and Siren is the seductress or sexually active part of femininity. Hero is the self- sufficient Messianic part of the personality, while Amazon is the ‘self-sufficient’ female the efficient business woman type. Villain is the masculine part of the self who uses power for his own ends, while Competitor is die typical ‘women’s libber’ who feels that she has 110 need for men. Priest and Priestess are the powers of intuition used for the ‘greater good’, while Sorcerer uses inner power totally dispassionately and Witch uses that same power rather more emotionally and perhaps negatively.
2- More specifically the feminine archetypes arc:
This is the conventional picture of the caring mother figure, forgiving transgression and always understanding. Because much has been made of this side of femininity, until recently it was very easy to overdevelop this aspect at the expense of other sides of the personality. Destructive Mother This woman may be the ‘smothermother’ type or the frankly destructive, prohibitive mother. Often it is this aspect who either actively prevents or because of her effect on the dreamer causes difficulty in other relationships. Princess The fun-loving, innocent childlike aspect of femininity. She is totally spontaneous, but at the same time has a subjective approach to other people. Siren This type is the seductress, the sexually and sensually aware woman who still has a sense of her own importance. In dreams she often appears in historic, flowing garments as though to highlight the erotic image.
The self-sufficient woman who feels she docs not need the male: often becomes the career woman. She enjoys the cut and thrust of intellectual sparring. Competitor - She is the woman who competes with all and sundry both men and women - in an effort to prove that she is able to control her own life. Priestess - This is the highly intuitive woman who has learnt to control the flow of information and use it for the common good. She is totally at home within the inner world.
The intuitive woman using her energy to attain her own perceived ends. She is subjective in her judgement and therefore loses her discernment.
The masculine archetypes are: Kindly Father This side of the masculine is the conventional kindly father figure who is capablc of looking after the child in us. but equally of being firm and fair. Ogre This represents the angry; overbearing, aggressive and frightening masculine figure. Often this image has arisen because of the original relationship the dreamer had with their father or father figure.
The fun-loving, curious aspect of the masculine is both sensitive and creative. This is the ‘Peter Pan’ figure who has never grown up.
This is the real freedom lover, the wanderer, the gypsy. He owes no allegiance to anyone and is interested only in what lies around the next corner. Hero The hero is the man who has clcctcd to undertake his own journey of exploration. He is able to consider options and decide his next move. Often he appears as the Messianic figure in dreams. He will rescue the damsel in distress, but only as part of his growth proccss.
The villain is completely selfishly involved, not caring who he tramples on in his own search. He is often the aspect of masculinity women first meet in everyday relationships, so can remain in dream images as a threatening figure if she has not come to terms with his selfishness.
The intuitive man is the one who recognises and understands the power of his own intuition, but who usually uses it in the services of his god or gods. He may appear in dreams as the Shaman or Pagan priest.
This is the man who uses discernment in a totallv dis- passionate way for neither good nor evil, but simply because he enjoys the use of power. In his more negative aspect he is the Trickster or Master of unexpected change.
3- Spiritually, when we have access to all the archetypes, we are ready to become integrated and whole.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary
The work you do now will be well rewarded, though you may have to wait a while to see the results. One old Gypsy woman insisted that the only meaning for dreaming of blossoms (she specified fruit tree blossoms) was a coming wedding. See also Orange Blossom.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
The superstition of a broken mirror as auguring death antedates written history.... The Fabric of Dream
An ancient emblem of womanhood that was later turned into a phallic symbol by the Church.
Having a bad case of the cleaning or organizational bug either at home, or toward a specific project or goal. What exactly does the broom sweep away?
Luck and friendship. According to folk beliefs, brooms found in new homes may be used to sweep out bad fortune, and sweep in good energy and warm feelings.
Jumping over a broom handle is a symbol of fertility and transition into a new life. This was part of many rural European and Gypsy wedding rituals.
Flying on a broom: Potentially a sexual dream in which the broom handle equates to the penis.
Woman’s magic. Witches were sometimes called broom amazons in the Middle Ages.... The Language of Dreams
Alternative womb and fertility symbol, especially if filled with liquid (see Milk, Juice, Water, Wine).
Arthurian and Druidical lore identify this emblem as the grail, the cup that signifies humankind’s connection with nature and each other.
Christian: The sacredness of life and the quality of forgiveness (the cup of Christ’s blood). In this case, do you drink freely of what’s offered you, or pour it away?
Unity. In Gypsy, pagan, and Hebrew marriage and courtship rites, people drinking from one cup link their destinies and become as one.
Refusing: Wishing to avert a personal trial that is really unavoidable (note the story of Christ in the garden of Gethsemane). Alternatively, rejecting an opportunity for friendship or camaraderie because of suspicious motivations.
In Eastern philosophy, a cup is shaped by what it contains. What metaphorical beverages do you incorporate into yourself by drinking of this cup?... The Language of Dreams
Brown: The color of the earth.
A need to get down to your roots, or to the basics of your problems.
Green: The color of grass. When green is prominent in your dreams, it indicates growth and abundance.
Orange: The color for life and new beginnings (perhaps tied in with the sunrise).
Purple: A color of richness and luxury.
Red: The universal color for danger and excitement.
Yellow: Many Gypsy vardos are painted yellow. It’s a color for happiness, and for love and family togetherness.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
To the Egyptians it was a symbol of the dawn and of regeneration, while to the Japanese it denotes longevity. Freudians regard it as bearing an erotic significance.... The Fabric of Dream
To dream of fortune-telling indicates a dependence on the opinions or ideas of others when making decisions, especiallv those of a spiritual nature.
The reading received in such a dream may be a prognostication of forthcoming developments in your current situation.
Each type of divination system has a specific theme that can add dimension to your interpretation of this dream.
For example, Tarot entails dispensing cards and accepting or rejecting the hand fate deals. Dice speak of taking risks, and aystal balls rely on vision, thereby putting the dreamer on notice to open her or his eyes fullv!
Divinatory abilities and interests developing, or latent talents coming to the forefront.... The Language of Dreams
To eat them sorrow and sickness. Dead or withered grass denotes misfortune (Gypsy). ... The Fabric of Dream
The mastiff is the modern symbol of loyalty, gentleness and fidelity.... The Fabric of Dream
An ostrich in a dream also represents wealth and blessings.
If one sees himself slaughtering a male ostrich in a dream, it means homosexuality. Receiving a male ostrich in a dream means that one will become a man of knowledge, a judge, or preside over a high ranking post in conjunction with one’s qualifications. Riding an ostrich in a dream also means carrying a postal pouch, or becoming a courier. Riding an ostrich in a dream also means living on unlawful money. Seeing an ostrich living in one’s house in a dream means longevity. Carrying an ostrich in a dream means carrying one’s sins. Finding an ostrich egg in a dream means pursuing a woman to satisfy an erotic intention.... Islamic Dream Interpretation
To a young woman it symbolizes vanity and the attempted seduction by a coxcomb (Gypsy). The early Christians held it as the symbol of immortality. It was also the bird of Juno, who cursed whosoever should pluck its feathers; their children should never be well, nor should men come for their daughters ; hence the superstition attached to these feathers.
The modern symbol of pomp and vanity.... The Fabric of Dream
If you dream of a Gypsy playing a tambourine you will find it denotes your restlessness at home or work.
To see a new tambourine in a store you will experience some small gains.... Tryskelion Dream Interpretation
If you dream of a Gypsy playing a tambourine you will find it denotes your restlessness at home or work.
To see a new tambourine in a store you will experience some small gains.... Encyclopedia of Dreams
1- To dream of a tramp in the sense of a decrepit old wanderer links us back to the part of ourselves which is not expressed fully in real life. It is Lhe ‘drop-out’ or gypsy within us.
We may be conscious of our need for irresponsibility.
2- The tramp personifies in us the wanderer, the freedom lover. In dreams he will often appear at a time when we need freedom, but can also show that that need can bring difficulty and sadness. He can also appear in dreams as the jester or fool. There is a part in all of us that is anarchical, and the tramp represents this side.
3- Spiritually; although this image starts out as negative, if we are prepared to work with it, it can have great positivity since ultimately he is always in the right place at the right time for the right reasons.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary