oasis

The life-giving influence of emotions and life pro­cesses within the ‘desert’ of intellectualism or matenalism.

Symbolic of the peace of Christ during a time of trouble, Ex. 15:27 NLT

An oasis, in spiritual terms, represents refreshment and the idea of being able to put difficulties to one side for a time.

Psychological / emotional perspective: Most people see an oasis as a place of refuge in a desert. Because of its association with water, in dreams it becomes a place where we can give and receive whatever emotional refreshment is required.

Material aspects: When people are in difficulty, they need a place where they can express themselves – or perhaps renew their own strengths and ability to cope. In dreams, an oasis, particularly when we are lost, represents such a place. It highlights a particular type of sanctuary. You might also like to consult the entries for desert, lose / loss / lost and water.

Vision: Being at an oasis means your hopes and dreams have not come true and life has not been kind to you, but don’t give up in your efforts to make things better. Maybe your life is like a desert and you went to find that oasis? Seeing an oasis means you can relax now or go on vacation. Leaving an oasis means a difficult road ahead.

Depth Psychology: The oasis means you have left little room for feelings and emotions; you’ve been too busy pursuing intellectual and money matters. Try changing that. See Desert.

To dream of arriving at an oasis and resting predicts the greatest success possible in business and money matters.

If the dreamer dreams that he/she is seeking an oasis and can’t locate it anywhere shows the dreamer has inner fears and insecurities and is subconsciously seeking a safe haven.

An erotic symbol. Relaxing after the troubles of the day, wanderlust, or memories of travel. According to Jung, it is the place that has water in the ground, which he interprets as contact with the unconscious and the possibilities of redemption.

Folklore: Solutions to problems.

An oasis in a dream suggests the dreamer is feeling smothered or is not getting the kind of attention she wants in a real life relationship.

To dream of wandering in a desert and finding an Oasis is a sign of one friend on whose help you can always rely.

1. Need to find oneself emotionally.

2. Searching for peace in a stressful environment.

3. Need for a vacation.

Dreams of an oasis represent your inner paradise that replenishes, soothes, nurtures and feeds your soul. This dream represents your desire for rest and relaxation.

1- Most people see an oasis as a place of refuge in a desert. Because of its association with water, in dreams it becomes a place where we can receive whatever emotional refreshment we require.

2- When people are in difficulty, they need a place where they can express themselves - or perhaps renew their own strengths and ability to copc. In dreams an oasis, particularly when we are lost (See Lost), represents such a place. It highlights a particular type of sanctuary.

3- An oasis in spiritual terms represents refreshment, and the idea of being able to slide away from old oppressions.

It is an augury of the beginning of a new enterprise, which has every chance of success.

To dream of reaching an oasis after a trip across the desert.

(see Desert, Garden, Sand)

The ending of some type of deprivation or spiritual drought.

Fulfilling a thirst for knowledge or spiritual awareness after a long quest.

Mirage of: Your search has not yet ended, even though outwardly it may appear that it has. Look more closely at this situation or person, as there is something of which you remain unaware.

To dream of arriving at an oasis and resting predicts the greatest success possible in business and money matters.

If the dreamer dreams that he/she is seeking an oasis and can’t locate it anywhere shows the dreamer has inner fears and insecurities and is subconsciously seeking a safe haven.



Oasis | Dream Meanings

Keywords of this dream: Oasis

Strangest Dream Explanations

Dreams of a camel symbolize that you are able to survive extreme circumstances. You have the inner resources within you to make it through any challenging time, as well as the patience and perseverance to make it through this drought. Your oasis is within you. See Desert and Oasis.... Strangest Dream Explanations

The Language of Dreams

(see Camel, Oasis, Sand) Spiritual dryness.

A retreat to find and understand the sacred, as both Moses and Jesus did in the wilderness.

If you are alone or lost in the desert, a type of desertion dream.

A very dry abyss wherein one may either lose or find oneself.

An unforgiving situation over which you’ll have little control once you’ve entered into that domain.... The Language of Dreams

My Dream Interpretation

The desert in dreams represents the unconscious mind.

To dream of wandering through a gloomy and barren desert, suggests that losses and sad emotional times are ahead for the dreamer.

If a young woman dreams of being alone in the desert, her health and reputation is being endangered by her indiscreet behavior in real life and she should be more careful.

If you dream of finding an oasis in the desert, you are feeling smothered or not getting the kind of attention you want in a real life relationship.... My Dream Interpretation

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(see Flowers, Fruit, Herbs, Seeds, Vegetables, Weeds)

The condition of the garden can indicate the condition of many things, including your health, a relationship, or a business venture. So, a weedy or barren garden isn’t a good sign, whereas a flourishing garden is very positive.

Planting a garden: Seeding the soil of self with specific virtues that you hope will grow to fullness.

Weeding a garden: Ridding yourself of things that entangle and deter real maturation.

Tilling a garden: Preparation and readiness. Putting things in order so that your goals have good ground on which to develop.

An alternative type of island or oasis dream in which a blossoming garden equates to your image of paradise, or the attainment of some spiritual goal portrayed by what’s growing.... The Language of Dreams

Islamic Dream Interpretation

(Date palm) A palm tree in a dream represents a sire, a scholar, a noble man or a wise man who imparts his knowledge and wisdom to others. Cutting a palm tree in a dream means the death of such a man. Seeing a plantation of palm trees, or an oasis or palm trees in a dream mean leadingpeople and guiding them on the straight path.

If a merchant or a trader sees a palm tree in his dream, it means business success. Ifa shopkeeper sees a palm tree in his dream, it also means profits.

A dead and dried out palm tree in a dream represents a hypocrite.

To uproot a palm tree in a dream means that a plague will befall that place, or it could mean suffering from the persecution of an unjust ruler. Uprooting a palm tree in a dream also means a dead end to one’s plans, or it could mean a dispute.

A palm tree in a dream also represents one’s paternal aunt. Palm trees in a dream also represent Arab women. Ifone sees a seedlingbecome a big palm tree in a dream, it means that a child in that community will grow to be a great scholar. It also connotes that a weak person will grow strong. Seeing a palm tree in a dream also means longevity, a scholar, a teacher, children, a wife, a house, a property, a king, a year, new clothing, money, or bearing a child.

To prune or trim a palm tree in a dream means that one’s adversity at his work or related to his travels will be dispelled. (Also see Palmyra; Tree)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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(see Garden, Island, Oasis)... The Language of Dreams

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(see Desert, Oasis) Spiritual or emotional dryness.

A self-imposed hermetic retreat for the purpose of delving further into your Higher Self or communing with God.

Being buried in sand, or engulfed in quicksand, equates to a kind of death or burial dream in which you feel completely engulfed by people or circumstances that drain your resources, but never give anything back.

Denial and refusing to see the truth for what it is (e.g., “having one’s head in the sand”).

Sand paintings among Native Americans represent healing and knowledge, especially of a spiritual nature. Observe this dream closely to see if any pictographs appear in the sand for further interpretive value.... The Language of Dreams