Each holiday has a unique ambience that depends on your family’s culture and religion. Consequently, any holiday celebration that appears in your dream must be considered with that background in mind.
For example, Christians celebrate Easter as the resurrection of Christ, and might therefore interpret this holiday in a dream as significant to personal restoration.
To a modern pagan, however, this date honors the spring, fertility, and earth’s renewal, the implied symbolism being productivity, hope, or healthful rejuvenation.
Consider the name of the holiday in a metaphorical context.
For example, dreaming of April Fool’s might reflect feelings of foolishness that stem from ill-considered actions, words, or pranks.
The need to honor and remember one’s family traditions.
A memory from previous holidays that somehow reflects, or affects, current situations.
Dreaming of a fabulous holiday somewhere can sometimes be a pure wish fulfilment dream illustrating your deep desire to escape the daily routine and your responsibilities.
• Holidays are a period of respite, a time to relax and escape. But holidays eventually come to an end suggesting a time of change when this dream occurs.
• If you’re travelling towards a holiday destination it suggests a desire to escape your daily chores and get the adventurous spirit back in your life.
A desert island paradise suggests a need for time alone to reflect and recharge your batteries.