Reincarnation, Dream Interpretation


To dream that you are reincarnated (born again) indicates that you need to deal with issues that you have been avoiding. You may have been given a second chance to regain what was previously thought to be lost. Alternatively, you are starting or entering a new stage in your life, and you now able to look toward the future without dwelling on the past.

Dreams of reincarnation suggests you realization of the timelessness of your soul.

The details of this dream are symbolic of unfinished business for you to complete in this lifetime.



Reincarnation | Dream Interpretation

Keywords of this dream: Reincarnation

Strangest Dream Explanations

Dreams of the after-life represent your awareness of a light at the end of the tunnel. You are recognizing a larger perspective of life beyond the confines of the ego, and that heaven is at hand now. See Death, Heaven and Reincarnation.... Strangest Dream Explanations

The Language of Dreams

(see Bones, Cemetery, Death, Din, Holy Ground, Tomb)

Some type of cover-up, or a hidden matter. Look closely at what’s being buried here for more interpretive value.

Putting something totally to rest and leaving the past behind where it belongs. Again, what’s being buried will provide more clues.

Seeing someone walk on a new grave reflects feeling ill at ease with your own or someone else’s actions to the point of anxiety.

Digging your own grave represents being your own worst enemy in the current situation. Try another approach.

If you believe in reincarnation, this might symbolize the chance for a totally fresh start.... The Language of Dreams

The Language of Dreams

(see Flying, bisects, Wings)

Personal growth, especially spiritual. In classical Greek and Roman philosophy, the butterfly’s transformation mirrored that of the ever evolving soul.

Esotericallv: Reincarnation, which may be literal or figurative.

If you see yourself emerging from the cocoon, this speaks of a new, beautiful beginning, and astounding positive changes.

The question of personal identity and uniqueness. In China, there is a story of the sage Hsuang Chou who dreamt of being a butterfly. During the dream, he had no awareness of Hsuang Chou, only the butterfly. WTien he awoke, this experience left him wondering. Was he really Hsuang Chou, or actually a butterfly dreaming of being Hsuang Chou?

In China, the butterflv also symbolizes a happy union, usually a marriage.

An excellent portent for any type of partnership, especially if the butterfly is formed out of jade (see Gems, Jewelry, Stones).

Missives from beyond: The Hopi Indians believe that butterflies carry the souls of the departed.

Swallowing a butterfly: In Ireland and ancient Greece, this signified pregnancy.

The ability to rebound and rejuvenate after a major setback.

If seen in its caterpillar form, it means you’re entering a stage of positive transformation.

If the creature is flying, you may soon receive news from friends afar.

For a young woman, this foretells happy love.... The Language of Dreams

Ariadne's Book of Dream

A carnation may represent reincarnation or bachelorhood.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Karma is a man-made spiritual law, which dictates that any action, good or bad, brings upon oneself inevitable results, either in this life or in a reincarnation. Dreaming of karma suggests that we are aware of the consequences of our actions.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

1- When we discover that we, or someone else, is wearing a knapsack in a dream, we are dreaming either about the difficulties we are carrying for instance, anger or jealousy or about the resources we have accumulated.

2- In Tarot imagery, the Fool carries in his knapsack the lessons he has to learn in life.

If one believes in reincarnation, the knapsack is also reputed to earn- those things one has brought forward from a previous life. These can also be the resources which one has in order to deal with problems.

3- Spiritually the knapsack suggests those qualities which are external to ourselves, and which we must learn to handle. These may be negative or positive it depends on how we handle them.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

lives While there may be some evidence for reincarna­tion in the work of Dr Ian Stevenson, dreams which clearly state reincarnation in their theme most likely represent pres­ent life situations.

Example: ‘I dream of living in China, a long time ago. I was married to a man with whom I had two children. He began to tire of me and brought concubines into our house­hold. I hated him. When I woke I realised I had dreamt about a past life’ (Patricia L). Patricia had in fact been married to a man in this life who, after her two children were born, began to bring other women home. This broke up their marriage. From Patricia’s point of view, this happened because in a past life her husband and she had not resolved their difficulties, so had to meet them again in this lifetime—whatsoever ye sow, so shall ye reap. Where such dreams have been thoroughly explored, I have found that their imagery arises from emotions and trauma which the dreamer finds difficult to meet. Placing it in a past life enables one to avoid the difficulty of experienc­ing present life pain. Patricia says she hated her Chinese hus­band.

The dream process can create a drama to represent our present situation using any form of structure. It is, after all, the master dramatist. This function of the unconscious explains many ‘past life’ memories elicited by hypnotic regression. Most of them are explainable in terms of present life trauma or situation. See hallucination, hallucinogens. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

The Language of Dreams

(see Fire, Fables)

Reincarnation, rebirth, and new beginnings. Known by the Egyptians as the bennu, this fire bird renews itself by making a nest in a raging conflagration from which it is born anew.

Longevity. Several ancient texts, including the Talmud, intimate this creature can live as long as one thousand years.... The Language of Dreams

The Bedside Dream Dictionary

The word resurrection has positive and miracles implications. Jesus resurrected on the third day, and he also resurrected Lazarus.

The theme of resurrection is explored in all cultures and religions. It is always something awesome and wondrous. Dreaming about resurrection may point to the awakening of your spiritual nature.

If you came into knowledge or “enlightenment” that you never had before, the dream could be referring to the resurrection of the spirit. This dream could also represent insight a new energy. Some think that dreams about resurrection are symbolic of reincarnation.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

Ariadne's Book of Dream

Associated with Egyptian mysticism, the scarab represents reincarnation of the soul, death, resurrection, and immortality.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

The Language of Dreams

Ancient meaning: Eternal life and the vital power of blood. Vampires used blood as their source of rejuvenation and, in a sense, reincarnation. Among ancient Greeks, the underworld was filled with souls who craved life’s blood in the hopes of finding this renewal. On the dream plane, such symbolism can equate to finding ways to make the results of your efforts more durable and abiding.

Someone or something figuratively sucking the life away from you a little at a time. This person or situation may be very appealing on the surface, but definitely has an agenda that isn’t in your best interests.... The Language of Dreams

The Language of Dreams

(see Animals, Birds, Feathers, Wings) Targeting a vulnerable situation or person.

Ill feelings aimed toward you from a exploitative or predatory person.

The desire to focus on a particularly susceptible opportunity for personal gain.

Ancient meaning: An archetype for the goddess of death and reincarnation among the Egyptians especially. Here, vultures were believed to nurse the spirit of dead Pharaohs, maintaining them in the afterlife.... The Language of Dreams

The Language of Dreams

(see Trees)

Creation and subsequent nourishment or support of what was created. In many myths, including Mayan, Norse, Indian, and Saxon, a special tree was part of humankind’s origins and the world’s beginning, its roots reaching out and feeding the earth.

The ability to communicate effectively. This is especially true if the tree’s leaves are rustling. In India specifically, the gift of language was provided to humankind through the World Tree’s leaves, each of which had a mantra written upon it.

Renewed life, health, wisdom, and knowledge. In Eden, the central tree bore the fruit of knowledge. In Celtic tradition, the Goddess’s trees in Avalon bore apples that granted longevity’. Finally, in Asia, the Tree of Life has mantras that must be gathered by the souls of the dead to assure their reincarnation.... The Language of Dreams

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