The appearance of a temple may reflect concerns about worshiping God.
A temple is a sacred spiritual space where you may receive spiritual insights and revelations and solidify your spiritual connection. It may refer to the need to pray or the desire to be close to God.
You see or enter a grand temple: your life is to be blessed with healing, joy and renewal; • A statue moves when you enter a temple: heavenly blessings are bestowed on you
A temple can be symbolic of a pagan deity or the temple of God, Ps. 27:4
A place of worship; one’s body, see “landlord “ and “church”
Consult the individual entry, religious buildings above and also spiritual imagery in the introduction.
Both as a sanctuary for human beings and as a place where the divine resides, a temple reflects the beauty of heaven. It is a microcosm (small picture) of what is, after all, infinite.
Psychological / emotional perspective: Psychologically, wherever there is a temple there is a sense of awe associated with creativity. Perhaps the biggest significance in dreams is the fact that it takes many to build one temple. This links with our awareness of the many facets of our personality that go to make a coherent whole.
Material aspects: Often in dreams a temple can signify our own body. It is something to be treated with reverence and care. It has the same significance as a church since it is an object built to honour and pay respect to a god or gods. Also consult the information for religious buildings in buildings and in spiritual imagery in the introduction.
To dream about a temple symbolizes your metaphysical nature. It also represents how you care for your corporeal being.
Vision: The temple is a place of refuge, a reminder that there is another (invisible) side to life besides the external, everyday world!
Depth Psychology: The temple is your body, the place where spirit and soul reside.
The appearance of the temple will tell you how important you think your body, your soul, and your spirit are to you. See House.
(Altar; Retreat; Sanctuary) Temples, sanctuaries or retreats in a dream represent security, peace, finding a shelter away from fear, and victory over one’s enemy.
A temple in a dream also represents children, weddings, benefits, profits, prudence, or having reservations about one’s dealings with others.
A Christian temple in a dream represents the clergyman who officiates the masses, or it could represent the recital of Psalms or Gospels therein, and it may denote offerings. (Also see Church; Hermitage; Retreat)
One of the luckiest symbols, meaning completeness, zest for life, getting ahead, and always finding your way to the center of things.
The temple is also a symbol for Mother, and in that case is usually an idealization of mother. See Priest.
To dream about a temple represents a need to be appreciated by those you love.
A foreign Temple is a portent of curious experiences to be yours before long. Discretion will bring you a big reward.
1. Inner state, especially spiritual.
2. A need for discretion; avoid gossip.
Dreams of a temple represent that you are connecting with the place within you where heaven and earth align. You are recognizing the inherent sacredness of your body and your body of affairs. See Church.
also sec Church Buildings
1- Often in dreams a temple can signify our own body. It is something to be treated with reverence and care. It has the same significance as a church since it is an object built to honour and pay respect to a god or gods.
2- Psychologically, wherever there is a temple there is a sense of awe associated with creativity. Perhaps the biggest significance in dreams is the fact that it takes many to build one temple. This links with our awareness of Lhe many facets of our personality which go to make a coherent whole.
3- Both as a sanctuary for human beings and as a place where the Divine resides, a temple reflects the bcautv of Heaven. It is a microcosm (small picture) of what is, after all, infinite.
A temple, like a church, can exemplify the religious feelings or beliefs of the dreamer.
For some dreamers, the image of a temple may denote the temple of the soul, the dreamer’s self.
(see Church, Holy Ground, Monastay, Sanctaaiy)
Temples have connections with ancient ideas, history, sacred beliefs, and rituals. While similar in meaning to a church, the theme indicated by a temple is not one linked to Christian ideals. What type of temple appears in your dream? A Japanese shrine, for example, has strong ties with Buddhist teachings regarding proper speech and action.
A Grecian temple, on the other hand, might relate to the development of oracular senses.
According to both Edgar Cayce and Carl Jung, this building, like other structures, may be an emblem for your body. Take special notice of the condition of each portion of the building for more interpretive information on your physical condition.
Esoterically, this edifice represents a personal astral temple, a place of safety, and learning on a higher plane.
The Templars, older Masonic mysteries, and other similar teachings tell of developing or finding such a place through meditation.