The color blue may also indicate fogginess (like drunkenness); see also Alcohol. It is also a symbol of depression (“I am feeling blue”). And last, but not least, a symbol of cold (particularly metallic blue).
Blue can also, as in the case of “blue mountains,” symbolize the connection between heaven and earth— spirit and nature. Blue coats were worn by wise women, pointing to our connection to water, mist, and heaven.
Blue is also the color of the cape worn by Mary; the womb that bore Christ is a symbol for the “sacred vessel.”
In alchemy, blue is the color of the moon, standing in for silver, and blue is also the color of the soul.
As opposed to Red, blue indicates a soothing, cool state (in color therapy, blue is considered relaxing).
In the Orient, blue is the equivalent of black and is considered the color of the underworld.
In Egypt, the underworld of Osiris is depicted in blue or black.
The Sufi (a mystical circle, followers of Mohammed) saw blue as the center of a flame, the expression of the highest form of passion.
A reflection of blue as an expression of passion is also found in our culture in the phrases “the blue hour / ’ and “blue movies”; also the “blues” in music.
ASTROLOGY: A symbol of Neptune.... Little Giant Encyclopedia
Peace and happiness, especially in the form of a bird approaching you.
Light (sky) blue: The color of awakening, promise, spirituality, sincerity, hope, and new beginnings.
Dark, murky- blue: Depression or weariness.
Indicative of a type of hands-on labor (e.g., “blue-collar worker”).
Sea blue: Insight, emotions, and the ability to flow smoothly from one situation to another, (see Water.)
Faithfulness (e.g., being “true blue”).
In Yoga, this is the color of the throat chakra, indicating matters of communication.
Among Hindus, the color that represents divine energy, especially that of Vishnu. Similarly, the abode of the gods is often depicted as blue.
Egyptian: The color of truth.... The Language of Dreams
Color Therapy: Blue has antiseptic, cooling, and constricting qualities. It supports healing in case of hyperthyroidism, sore throat, inflammation, fever, ear infection, mental exhaustion, nervousness, high blood pressure, and anxiety.
Depth Psychology: The color of “faraway places” and of infinity, blue is a symbol of faith, longing, and relaxation—but also of turning within, back to the true self, back to the “I.”... Dreamers Dictionary
The firm for whom you work will thrive and go ahead, so that your own financial position will improve at the same time. It may show good fortune in your love affairs, and a more comfortable and happy life owing to your marriage.... Mystic Dream Book
If you dream that a person brings you berries, that person loves you and wants you to do well in life. Berries can also have a sexual meaning, and if you dream of eating them with (or receiving them from) someone you are crushing on, it suggests you have a strong attraction to that person.
If you dream of pigging out on berries, or particating in a berry-pie eating contest, you have a lustful nature that you need to keep under control.
If you dream of picking or eating berries that aren’t ripe yet, you still have a lot of work and effort ahead of you before you will achieve your personal goals.... My Dream Interpretation
A blueprint of the soul may indicate a place with many rooms and dimensions to explore. This blueprint could reflect overall changes that are in process through some inner work that will expand your thinking in some way.... Ariadne's Book of Dream
An outline of your goals and plans for the future.
The patterns of your life, the image shown being your conception of what you have built thus far, or that which you hope to build.
Directional guidance for knowing how to proceed with a specific project or concern. Look to the rest of the dream for details that delineate this further, like any symbol key that appears on the blueprints.... The Language of Dreams
The vibrations of indigo are located in the “third eye,”
Color Therapy: Indigo is good for the eyes, nose, ears, and for all types of pain, diarrhea, asthma, bronchitis, lung ailments, nervous and emotional exhaustion.
Depth Psychology: The color indicates strong spiritual energies, without which you cannot build a deeper, more positive, or expanded awareness. You either have built that deeper awareness or you need to do it now!... Dreamers Dictionary
To salt meat, portends that debts and mortgages will harass you.
For a young woman to eat salt, she will be deserted by her lover for a more beautiful and attractive girl, thus causing her deep chagrin. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation
If common salt becomes spoiled in a dream, it means that a plague, injustice, or a drought will befall the people of that locality. Salt in a dream also signifies hard work, or an illness. Table salt in a dream also means asceticism, renunciation and detachment from the material world. It also means blessings, honesty and comfort. Eating bread with salt in a dream means contentment with little from this world.
A salt shaker in a dream represents a good and a dutiful woman. Discovering salt in a dream means adversities and a severe illness. Salt in a dream also represents balance, usability of things and acceptability of everything. This includes knowledge, religion, wife, money, child and lawful earnings. Salt in a dream also means appeasement of one’s fear, peacefulness, developingpatience and forbearance. Salt in a dream also represents a medicine, a remedy, drugs, love, tenderness, unity, compassion, earning suspicious money, or a conspiracy. Receiving a fish preserved in salt in a dream means good news. Olives treated with salt in a dream means recanting one’s promise.... Islamic Dream Interpretation
If you associate an individual with the salt in your dreams you may be giving that person the attributes that were just mentioned.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary
If you see yourself salting meat in your dream, you’ll soon find yourself falling behind in debts you owe, and being harassed because of them.... Tryskelion Dream Interpretation
2- As a symbol of permanence and incorruptibility salt is important in dreams. As in the old days salt was paid as salary; so nowadays to be given salt is to be given one’s correct worth. There are many customs associated with salt. Il is thrown over the shoulder, supposedly in the face of the Devil. In Scotland, along with coal and bread, it is the firsl thing to pass over the threshold to greet the New Year.
3- As a distillation of everything we know, salt represents wisdom.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary
Worthiness (e.g., “a man worth his salt”). This saying actually dates back to ancient Rome where soldiers were paid in salt because it was so valuable.
Zest, or spicing things up.
Longevity and endurance. Salt is a natural preservative.
Cleansing. In the Middle Ages, priests commonlv consecrated altars with salt, and salt can be used as an effective cleanser because of its gritty nature.
Painful reminders (e.g., “throwing salt in an open wound”).
Being true to self and others, in word and deed (e.g., people who are the “salt of
Tossing salt over your shoulder in a dream is a protective gesture, so look to see on what or whom the salt lands.
Arabic: Promises made and kept. In ancient times, travelers in Arabia would take an oath of salt upon entering a home, as a way of saying they wouldn’t harm anyone therein, or overstay their welcome.... The Language of Dreams
To be standing in water suggests that an old emotional wound may be holding you back from possible joy. It also cautions acceptance of the past, especially of things that cannot be changed.... Dream Symbols and Analysis
Depth Psychology: Salt is a symbol of the stuff that life is made off, as well as your energies and vitality. Have you turned into “a pillar of salt”? Is everything stagnating because you are looking only to the past? Salt is also a symbol of hospitality—the “salt of the earth.” How important are your friends?... Dreamers Dictionary