Pride; self display, sometimes the same as phoenix.
A peacock enters your premise: you’ll have sudden and abundant good fortune
Symbolic of luxury items or showiness, 1 Kings 10:22
To see a peacock in a dream indicates a growth of understanding from the plain and unadorned to the beauty of the fully plumed bird. Like the phoenix, it represents rebirth and resurrection.
To dream of a peacock symbolizes spring, birth, and growth. It is a good premonition that forecasts fame, victory, and satisfaction in your career. On the other hand, it may also be indicating your assurance and egotism.
Symbol: A peacock, with a fanned-out tail, is a symbol of the sun—but also of vanity.
Vision: Seeing a peacock with a fanned-out tail: being brash and overconfident might impress some people; most, however, think it laughable. You would make a much better impression on people if you were less vain and arrogant. Screeching peacocks: a tempting invitation or project—but extreme caution is in order! In a mans dream, the peacock means meeting a woman who is hiding ambition and ego behind her charm.
Depth Psychology: This dream also is an indication of too much vanity. Even if you do just normal bragging to impress others, or attempt to amaze people with your intellectual faculties, someday you are going to make a fool of yourself—give it up!
In a dream, a peacock represents a vain and a strutting person.
A peacock in a dream also could represent a beautiful and a wealthy woman, or cheerful looking people.
If one sees himself owning apeacock and a pigeon in a dream, it means that he is a pimp.
A female peacock in a dream represents a bride, children, or wealth. Owning a peacock in a dream also means wandering, heedlessness, pride, ostentatiousness, backbiting, deceit, lies, confiding into one’s enemy, loss of blessings, experiencing poverty after being rich and tightness after plenitude. Seeing a peacock in a dream also means jewelry, clothing, presidency, a beautiful wife, marriage and good children. Eating the flesh of a peacock in a dream means the death of one’s wife and inheriting her wealth.
To hold the radiant rain-bow colored plumules of a peacock in a dream means profits earned earned through a woman.
To catch the chick of a peacock in a dream means profits through a son from that woman, or it could mean that one may beget a son. (Also see Chicken)
It symbolises a foreigner in an Arab land; or assets; or beauty and adornment; or a person’s followers.
A symbol of narcissism and arrogance. But at the same time it may represent the beauty of the soul and the diversity of one’s own personality. In alchemy it is a symbol that points to changes in life. Also, a symbol of rebirth. See Phoenix.
A peacock in your dream is a very lucky omen, foretelling of prestige, success and happiness with your career. You are feeling confidence about the way things are going.
A dream of contrary—your fine plans will fail, and you will be disappointed. But to the farmer, this handsome bird foretells a good harvest, after much hard work.
1. Justiﬁable pride of bearing, appearance.
2. Reverse: loss of status, reputation or appeal.
3. Fertility, immortality.
Dreams of a peacock, with its lavish display of tail feathers, symbolize pride, vanity, and a desire to be noticed, praised, adored and respected.
The peacock can also represent a macho male ego. Alternatively, the peacock can represent the immortality of your soul because of its ability to lose its feathers and grow them back again.
For persons dreaming of peacocks, there lies below the brilliant and flashing ebb and flow of the stream of pleasure and riches, the slums of sorrow and failure, which threaten to mix with its clearness at the least disturbing influence.
For a woman to dream that she owns peacocks, denotes that she will be deceived in her estimate of man’s honor.
To hear their harsh voices while looking upon their proudly spread plumage, denotes that some beautiful and well-appearing person will work you discomfort and uneasiness of mind.
We have all heard the expression “as proud as a peacock.” When you are dreaming about this bird, you may be conveying a message of beauty and pride. We all know that some pride may be a good thing, but too much pride is not so good. Consider all of the details of your dream and try to understand the message. Is the peacock in your dream beautiful and proud, but unassuming, or is he noisily flaunting his beauty to all that are willing to look?
A disappointment is in store for you if you dream of seeing a peacock.
If the tail feathers are spread out, the augury is worse.
To see one spreading its tail denotes wealth and a handsome wife; for a woman this is a dream forecasting the promotion of her husband to popular favor.
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.
(see Bird, Feathers, Wings)
Outward displays of vanity or conceit.
Expressing yourself in a manner that others see as boastful.
Pride, dignity, or self-respect (e.g., being “proud as a peacock”).
In Babylonia and Persia, an emblem of regality. Similarly in the East, peacocks represent rank and having obtained the favor of powerful people.
Buddhist: Compassion and fidelity. It was believed that Kwan Yin, the protectress of children and mothers, took this form, and that peacocks would die of loneliness if their mate passed away.
A warning that bragging will eventually bring sadness. This bird foretells rainfall by its dancing.