nectar

Spiritual fruit of favor and blessings; see “flowers”

Nectar in a dream symbolizes the fruits of your labor.

To drink nectar in a dream symbolizes joy of your success.

To drink nectar in dream indicates riches and prosperity. You will be beyond your expectations. You will marry a handsome person in high life and live in great state.

Nectar is a very fortunate dream omen, predicting that your hopes will bloom into reality.

Dreams of nectar represent that you are allowing to you that which nurtures and feeds your soul, heart, mind, and body. See Fruit.

Riches, honor, a long life (Gypsy). This was the drink of the ancient gods.



Nectar | The Dream Meanings

Keywords of this dream: Nectar

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(see Honey, bisects)

Stinging you: An unpleasant experience that literally left a “stinger” behind, often of an emotional nature.

At the hive: Community and socialization; knowing your place and function within a specific group; harmonious teamwork.

Flying from flower to flower: Gathering life’s nectar, enjoying sweetness wherever it may be found. Alternatively, a fickle nature.

Buzzing: A message; the ancients felt that bees carried missives direct from the gods themselves.

The priestesses of Delphi were called “Melissae,” which means bees, and they were often given honey cakes as an offering in payment for their visionary talents.

Hornet s nest: Trouble just waiting to happen. Don’t aggravate this situation or you will get stung.

In China, dreaming of a bee swarm is a lucky omen.

A ghostly visitor. Both Pliny and Aristotle believed that good souls could reincarnate as a bee.

The spirit of the Muse. In Greece, eloquent people were believed to have been touched on the lips by the Birds of the Muses (bees), including Sophocles, Plato, and Virgil.

Flying down a chimney—omen of death of figurative or literal nature.

In medieval Bestiaries, an emblem of honor.

In the Koran, the symbol of faithfulness, intelligence, and wisdom.

Folkloric: A portent of forthcoming profits, especially in your trade.

Queen bees represent the ancient Mother Goddess, and as such can symbolize your own mother, your maternal instincts, or your feminine nature.... The Language of Dreams

Ariadne's Book of Dream

The activity of a bee can signify business and hard work. Because bees pollinate, they have come to signify fertility and magic.

The honey they create is a sweet nectar, which suggests that they bring sweetness to life. As the insignia for the royal lineage of the Merovingians, the magician kings, bees are associated with true royalty.

A bee may arrive in a dream simply to say, “Let it be,” or “Just be. and stop doing.”... Ariadne's Book of Dream

Ariadne's Book of Dream

Fruit in general may represent symbolically the fruits of your labor. As sweet nectar it may signify fulfillment and the sweetness of life.

A basket of fruit may be preserted as a gift of fulfillment of a wish.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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A dream of a Goddess is prophetic, powerful, and filled with wonderful insights relating to the divine feminine, the maiden, maid, crone and sacred sisterhood. Dreams of a Goddess represents your desire to connect with a higher aspect of yourself, your greatest potential. You are evoking divine assistance or a higher view into your life. Each Goddess archetype will evoke within you a distinct power and energy.

The following are primary dream symbols in relation to the seven primary Greek and Roman Goddesses and the gifts they offer you if you are fortunate enough to be visited by them in the dreamtime: Aphrodite/Venus: Goddess of love, sensuality, beauty, sexuality and freedom. She is the muse of creativity and inspiration. Symbols: Scallop shell, sweet fruit, nectar, dolphin, gold coins, swan, and myrrh. Artemis/Diana: Goddess of the hunt, wildlife, and independence. She is a humanitarian and caretaker of those less fortunate. Symbols: Bow and arrow, bear, hound, moon, stag Athena/Minerva: Goddess of wisdom, discernment, competition, success and leadership. Symbols: Olive tree, owl, shield, lightening bolt, loom, Parthenon Demeter/Ceres: Goddess of harvest and fertility. She is the mother and nurturer of children. Symbols: Cornucopia, poppy, sickle, wheat Hera/Juno: Goddess of marriage; primarily identified with the role of wife and partnership. She is know for being the woman behind the man. Symbols: Peacock, throne of gold and ivory, cuckoo, temple, two gold rings, wind Hesia/Vesta: Goddess of the hearth and home. She makes a house a home and her qualities include domesticity, introversion, meditation, mindfulness and nest maker. Symbols: Flaming hearth, globe, altar, vest, locked box, shelter Persephone: Goddess of death, the underworld, renewal, and transformation. Symbols: Pomegranate seeds, narcissus flower, gates, chariot, two faces, spring... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Dreams of honey signify sweetness, pleasure, flattery, healing and the nectar of life. You are connecting with the essence and substance of your soul. See Bee and Gold.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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(see Birds, Feathers, Wings)

The energy of pure joy to keep you aloft thefloiver of the world, extracting the nectar of life wherever you go.

This is the only bird in nature that can fly backwards. As such, consider what part of the past you’re retrieving for productive review.

Love. In folk ?nagic, hummingbird feathers were a common component in love charms. Just take care that this is not forced or manipulated. Such a relationship will not last.

Among the Native Americans and Basque people, this represents total honest}’. They believe that hummingbirds cannot tell a he.

Reveling in freedom and playfulness. Scientists have shown that these birds seem to enjoy both tremendously. How much free time or play time have you had lately?... The Language of Dreams

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(see Beverages by type, Fruit) Vitality and health.

The life force, especially if the juice is red. Energy that is flowing within you. Consider xht fruit from which this juice conies for more symbolic meaning.

The proverbial “nectar of life” which, once internalized, supports joy, well-being, and the path to wholeness.... The Language of Dreams

Strangest Dream Explanations

Dreams of a plum signify sweet, juicy sensuality and sexuality.

The plum being a summer fruit represents abandon and that you are savoring the delicious nectar of life.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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(see Beverages, Fruit by type)

Drinking fully of life’s nectar; living each moment to its fullest.

Celebration, and reasons for same. Also, hospitality being offered and accepted.

In ancient Greece, wine and the god Bacchus were one and the same. Bacchus was somewhat of a mischievous and randy figure, who may represent unrepressed sexuality, liberation, and the power of nature.

Red wine is an alternative blood emblem, as seen in Christian communion rites.

The spirit ot truth, or as the Romans said, “in vino Veritas.” It is interesting to note that in Mesopotamia the goddess Saki personified the vine and epitomized the revelation of truths.

Among the Norse, an emblem of taking care of things that you value.

The deceased had to drink all the wine they had spilled before being allowed to enter Valhalla, their version of paradise.... The Language of Dreams