The meaning of metals in dream | Dream Interpretation

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The resources of earth’s bounty include precious metals that, when refined into various forms, lend their properties in dreams bringing special attributes and gifts for your fulfillment.

Each one of its unique characteristics may signify levels of strength at the foundation of your personality.

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To dream of Gold indicates trouble ahead, but there will be no immediate change. You will have time to put things right.

To dream of Silver, indicates a disappointment in love that will not prove as unpleasant as you anticipate.

To dream of Copper coins is an indication of small but vexatious worries.

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(see Copper, Gold, Iron Ore, Silver) Strength and resiliency.

How is the metal used in the dream? Are you building with it, and if so, what? For example, building a wall out of metal represents a very strong obstacle to intimacy.

As with crystals and gems, each specific metal has different symbolism:

Aluminum: flexibility

• Copper: guidance and control

• Flint: durability and utility

• Iron ore: love, safety, and willpower

• Lead: foundations or delays

• Quicksilver: quick responses

• Steel: rigidity, hard-heartedness

• Tin: improved luck

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Keywords of this dream: Metals

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(Money; Yellow) Brass in a dream means enmity.

If one sees himself meltingbrass in a dream, it means that he will engages in a fight about mundane things and consequently becomes himself a subject of people’s talk. It is also said that if one sees yellow brass in his dream, it means that he will hear harsh words and false statements. Yellow brass in a dream also represents a person who is proud about his worldly possessions.

If one is beaten with a stick of brass in a dream, it means that he is seeking some worldly gains. Brass or similar yellow metals in a dream represent an imposter who swindles money from people, cheats and threatens them. (Also see Coppersmith)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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For a woman to dream of a bronze statue, signifies that she will fail in her efforts to win the person she has determined on for a husband.

If the statue simulates life, or moves, she will be involved in a love affair, but no marriage will occur. Disappointment to some person may follow the dream.

To dream of bronze serpents or insects, foretells you will be pursued by envy and ruin.

To see bronze metals, denotes your fortune will be uncertain and unsatisfactory. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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The emblem for copper is the same as that for the planet Venus, giving this metal strong associations with love and passion.

The use of copper wire for electrical purposes endows copper with conductive symbolism. In this case, what shapes it forms and to what it’s connected will provide more clues for interpretation.

Improved balance. This substance is sometimes used in polarity* healing to bring the energy patterns in the body back into symmetry.

An omen of prosperity soon to come. In Victorian days, copper pennies were placed in kitchens for just such a purpose (see Coins).... The Language of Dreams

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(Casting metals; Glass; Gold; Mixing ores) In a dream, a founder represents a spendthrift, someone who cannot keep a secret, one who does not keep a promise, a minter, one who separates good from evil, a just judge who distinguishes between good and evil, an assiduous craftsman or a dream interpreter who distinguishes between true dreams and confused ones, a seer, a launderer or a garment bleacher.

A founder in a dream also represents a person about whom people speak negatively, or a person who is appointed to lead a high ranking function.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Most metals indicate difficulties when they are prominent in a dream, but the colour may be held to affect this. Silver or Gold would carry the significance of White or Yellow, whereas Iron would be similar to Black.... Mystic Dream Book

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Since meteorites often supply one of the few sources of pure iron, this is sometimes called the sky stone and can herald a reconnection with more “cosmic” awareness.

Everyday life, and how effectively you use the simple tools you have available. In ancient times, iron was rarely used magically or religiously. People believed the metal would hinder metaphysical energy. Instead, iron became a favored metal in hand tools.

Because of its metaphysical neutrality, iron did find its way into amulets and talismans to protect people against fairies, jinni, ghosts, and dragons (China). Consequently, dreaming of it may portend a visitation from or the need to safeguard oneself from the Devic realms.

Roman: Strength and health. Athletes carried iron for endurance, and if worn as a ring or bracelet, they believed it could draw out maladies (see Jewelry).

Have you been daydreaming a lot, or are your goals too lofty? Iron reminds us to keep at least one foot in reality.... The Language of Dreams

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(see Clothing, Crown, Gems, Metals, Stones, Rings)

Meaning may sometimes be determined by where the jewelry is worn.

For instance, necklaces lie near the throat, the center of communication. So, if a necklace felt very tight in the dream, this may indicate swallowing your words, or having communication strangled (see Choking).

Overly large or small pieces: Exaggerated senses.

For example, big earrings might reveal a propensity for eavesdropping, while tiny ones indicate underdeveloped listening skills (see Ears).

The finer things in life; luxuries.

Wearing excessive jewelry in a dream indicates that the individual envisioned tries to impress others with wealth or possessions.

Jewelry that is not worn, but seen as a central image in a dream, should be reviewed for its component parts, like noting the significance of gems or metals used in its construction. Or, if a specific image appears as the jewelry’s focal point, that can also have meaning.

For example, seeing an Egyptian ankh could represent renewed health or improved courage, whereas a pin depicting the zodiac sign Pisces might reflect a personal focus on productivity.

In the 2nd century C.E., Artemidorus wrote that women dreaming of fine jewelry would soon marry, have children, or increase their wealth.... The Language of Dreams

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See IRON, where it is explained that the significance of metals depends largely upon the general colour. Lead isnot a fortunate dream, so be careful and consider your plans once again before you act.

To the married, it is a sign of domestic squabbling. ... Mystic Dream Book

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Transformations that lead to liberation.

Warming affections, improved compassion and benevolence (e.g., the “melting of a hardened heart”).

Flow, freedom, and forgiveness. What’s melting here has great significance.

For example, metals in a forge speak directly to a personal change that liberates you from old structures.... The Language of Dreams

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1- Any metal appearing in dreams represents the restrictions of the real world. It can represent basic abilities and attributes, but also can be hardness of feeling or emotional rigidity.

2- Most metals have svmbolic meanings. They can also be conncctcd with various planets: Sun is represented by gold, the Moon by silver, Mercury by quicksilver, Venus by copper. Mars by iron,Jupiter by tin, Saturn by lead.

3- Spiritual elements and how they can enhance our progression.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Psychological / emotional perspective: Most metals have symbolic meanings. They can also be connected with various planets: sun is represented by gold, the moon by silver, mercury by quicksilver, venus by copper, mars by iron, jupiter by tin, saturn by lead. In dreams these ancient symbolisms begin to surface as we learn more.

For instance, mars the warrior wielding an iron sword suggests that we need to fight our own corner and become more assertive.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Something valuable within for which you should continue digging. This may be a characteristic, memory, ideal, talent, or a sense of the truth.... The Language of Dreams

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1- More often than not a nugget is made of gold and therefore signifies the best part of a situation. In dreams we mav find that there is a piece of information or knowledge that is represented by a nugget.

2- Precious metals are usually found in nuggets in a raw state. Often gold will represent the masculine, and silver the feminine. So, to find either in a dream signifies finding a part of ourselves that we did not know existed. It may be in a rough state, but with work can be made into something beautiful.

3- Spiritually a nugget will represent knowledge, power and psychic ability. It is the kernel of an idea or concept.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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(see Gems, Metals, Aline, Stones)

Tapping into the “mother lode” of knowledge or insight after concerted effort. Fortunate discoveries that lead to literal or figurative prosperity.

Needing to dig a little deeper to uncover the truth or the treasures inherent in a specific situation.... The Language of Dreams

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(see Crystals, Gems, Gold, Jewelry, Metals, Silver, Stones)

An alternative circle emblem denoting eternity, repeated cycles, or longevity.

Binding relationships. In written history, wedding rings were exchanged as early as ancient Rome, and probablv before.

If depicted as a nose ring, this relationship may be very manipulative.

A symbol of authority or belonging.

For example, high school rings indicate your place among that group, whereas a bishop’s ring denotes a position of leadership.

A brass ring speaks of goals and hopes (e.g., “reaching for the brass ring”). Consider where this ring appears in your dream to see how close you are to obtaining those desires.

An acrobat on a set of rings reveals someone who has an excellent grip on a difficult situation in which thev’re in the spotlight.

A ring appearing around the collar of a shirt either indicates that you are paying too much attention to superficial, or that you need to clean up your act (probably the way you talk considering where a collar lies).... The Language of Dreams

Islamic Dream Interpretation

(Grave; Tomb) The graves of martyrs, holy men, saints or their shrines in a dream represent innovation, heedlessness, intoxication, adultery, corruption, or fear. Seeing the shrine of a saint or a shaikh, or the grave site of a martyr who is venerated by people in a dream means witnessing either good or evil happenings. It also could represent the pilgrimage season, religious gatherings, precious metals, a treasure, or offerings. (Also see Dome’; Cemetery)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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(see Colors, Metals, Moon)

Depending on what is seen as silver, this may be an alternative type of coin or money dream.

An emblem of the feminine, lunar, intuitive nature.

Something within vourself that you treasure. See what shape the silver takes for more interpretive value.

For example, seeing a silver heart may reveal that you consider a loving nature very 7 valuable, and an essential part of your being.

Tarnished silver shows disuse or poor upkeep. What is it that’s being neglected?... The Language of Dreams

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Spiritually, silver is said to represent the feminine aspect, gold being the masculine. This came initially from the gold of the sun and the silver of the moon. Metals were thought to be ‘reflections’.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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