Symbols of regeneration that sprout new offenngs when cultivated, seeds are elements or ideas planted that present new growth.
An acorn seed represents stamina and strength, a flower seed the regeneration of beauty, a pine cone is the symbol of masculine unfolding, a pumpkin seed is the planting of ideas for later harvest of wealth, and sunflower seeds represent masculine radiance.
Children, the word of God, or an investment, Ps. 89:4
Vision: If you are sowing something in your dream: whatever you start right now is sure to bring success—particularly at work.
Depth Psychology: Seeds are a sign that you are gaining new insights and that the chances for personal growth are excellent. See Germ.
Plantingseeds in a dream represent the element ofprogeny and procreation. Scattered seeds on the ground in a dream mean bearing a child for each seed. As for the grains that are germinated for medicinal purpose, when seen in a dream, they mean acquiring knowledge that helps the person in question to increase his or herpiety and ascetic detachment from worldly matters. Pumpkin, cucumber, eggplant, sweet basil, chard, onion, cabbage, Indian corn and melon seeds in a dream mean abating or ceasing of difficulties and disturbances, or they could mean recovering from a terminal illness.
If one sees himself trying to plant something which is not a plant, or to place a seed in an unsuitable ground in a dream, it means that he is wasting his money and squandering his property.
To plant seeds in a dream also could mean knowledge, wealth or recognizing a noble trade. Sprouted seeds in a dream represent honor and status. However planting seeds in a dream also represent mixing with evil people. (Also see Earth; Extracting oils from seeds)
Dreaming about seeds symbolizes potential.
An idea has been planted in your mind and new experiences are being created.
(see Flowers, Garden, Vegetables)
Seeds represent untapped potential, being the semen that fertilizes in earth’s womb. Each type of seed holds a wealth of promise, if properly sown, watered, and cared for. What attributes are you trying to develop, and how conscientiously are you tending those seeds?