Trees represent life and wisdom. With roots in the Lower World, trees pump up the power of the earth and demonstrate our deep connection to the core of the earth through our own bodies. Their branches can represent branches o knowledge that reach toward the sky, or the Upper World, to obtain higher knowledge. Trees demonstrate the creative power of nature and point to your own potential to regenerate your life.
The wood itself is an element used to build with. Trees symbolically have been associated with the Garden of Eden and returning to innocence. Trees also symbolize the fulfillment and enlightenment that can come through a direct relationship with nature.
• Bare tree: A barren tree can represent your need to embrace your own beauty, naked and unadorned.
A bare tree is a winter tree and may indicate an understanding of the cycles of life, maturation, and the embracing of old age and its wisdom.
The barren tree may also signify a time of loss or a fruitless venture.
• Birch tree: The birch tree signifies wisdom and naked beauty.
• Blossoming tree: As a sign of spring, a tree in bloom is associated with potential or new beginnings.
• Fruit-bearing tree: A tree with ripe fruit is associated with accepting the bounty of life. On the other hand, unripened fruit on a tree might represent having to wait for a project’s fruition before enjoying the rewards.
• Oak tree: An oak tree symbolizes strength and stability.
• Olive tree: The olive tree brings the gift of peace. Its branches are an offenng of peace for humanity.
• Palm tree: The palm represents victory and resurrection.
• Willow tree: The willow tree signifies flexibility and mourning. Red willow, for Native Americans, represents manifestation.
You stand under a tree: you’ll be protected by someone in a higher position; • You witness a big tree falling down: your good fortune comes to end
Trees are people or nations.
The Church is also depicted as a tree, Dan. 4:20-22, Matt. 13:31-32.
A green tree is symbolic of a prosperous person, Ps. 52:8.
An uprooted tree symbolizes a false teacher or a false prophet, someone who is spiritually dead, Jude 1:12
A person, i.E. Fruitful, evergreen, barren, dead, artificial, etc.; Research the type and see “limb” and “plant”
Symbol: An upright structure reaching for the heavens and symbolizing vitality (victory over death), the tree is a symbol of your energies and strengths, ideas, attitudes, and behavior.
Vision: Sitting under a flowering tree means great personal good fortune.
A tree laden with fruit is a sign of a successful life.
A leafless, rotten tree means bad lucL A cut-down tree is a warning of illness or disappointment to come. Climbing a tree means you are overly ambitious, so people may not like you much; you arc making enemies. Falling out of a tree: disappointments and ridicule from your colleagues. Owning a tree (or several): a long life and good health.
Depth Psychology: The tree is the tree of life.
The health, quality, and shape of the dream-tree is an indication of your constitution and vitality.
The tree is not only a symbol of physical energy and strength (including your potential) but also the inner strength that dictates your actions. See Branch.
A tree symbolizes strength and beauty to the Gypsies.
To see a number of trees or a woods is to know that you will have many children who will grow up tall and strong.
To dream of cutting down a tree means that you will harm yourself.
To see a leafless tree means that you will suffer sickness. Climbing a tree signifies excelling in your field.
To break a branch from a tree is a falling-out with your lover. See also individual tree names.
An apple tree in a dream represents a good man who serves and cares about his community.
A crack in a tree in a dream represents members of one’s family who will brace against him.
A palmyra tree in a dream represents a wise man, a poet, or an astronomer. Seeing one, or sitting under it in a dream means meeting such a person.
An oak tree in a dream means profits, prosperity, honor, associating with heedless people who live in the mountains, or perhaps it could’ mean visiting righteous people or a renunciate who lives in the wilderness or in uninhabited ruins.
A mimosa tree in a dream represents stinginess, evil, or pursuing the actions of the dwellers of hell-fire.
A buckthorn tree that grows datelike fruit in a dream represents a noble and a generous woman, or it could represent a noble and a generous man.
The greener is its color, the greater is the person. Seeing this tree in a dream means that one will rise in station, acquire knowledge, and grow in piety. Eating its fruit in a dream means an illness. Climbing this tree in a dream means stress and difficulties.
If one acknowledges the condition of a specific tree in wakefulness then sees the same in his dream, it means that such condition will last. In general, trees in a dream represent women or men of different tempers or personalities. Trees in a dream also represent fights. Unknown trees mean distress, worries, adversities and fears, particularly if one sees them in the dark in his dream. Sitting under the shade of a tree in a dream means profits and money, or it could mean dependence on people in authority, or befriending rich people for their money. As for one who is pursuing the path of innovation, it means that he will repent and follow the path of righteousness ifit is a fruit-bearing tree. Takingshelter under a tree that bears no fruit in the dream means pursuing something that will bear no comfort or benefits. Fragrant trees, flowering trees, a Moringa tree, or a henna plant in a dream represent people of knowledge, religious scholars, teachers or preachers who teach what they do not practice. As for citrus trees in a dream, they represent righteous people, wise men and people of inner and outer awareness who practice what they preach. Palm trees, walnut trees, or the like trees in a dream represent people of the upper social class from whom no one can get anything, or no one will even attempts to ask them for anything. As for the poplar trees, the evergreen cypress trees, or the saint trees in a dream, they represent stinginess and avariciousness. In a dream, any kind of maple or other trees that renew their leaves annually represent poverty, richness, memorizing things, forgetfulness, celebrations, or sadness. In a dream, any kind of large trees that do not shed their leaves in the winter represent longevity, richness, jealousy, or steadfastness in one’s religion. Climbing a tree in a dream means escaping from danger, or carefully avoiding something worrisome. Seeing an unknown tree inside one’s house in a dream means that fire may consume such a house, or that a fight may break the family apart. Common types of trees and city trees in a dream represent enemies, or men seeking lawful earnings. Planting a seedling in a dream means getting married to a girI from a renowned family and gaining rank.
A plane tree, a sycamore, or the like trees in a dream represent great, strong and famous men who have no wealth, nor do they benefit anyone.
A thorny tree in a dream represents a perplexed man. Ifone cuts a tree in a dream, it may mean the death of his wife, or that he will infringe upon a contract, or break a covenant.
If a tree dries out in a dream, it means that a traveller may die in an accident, or that a sick person may die from his illness.
If one sees a king or a man in authority carving some emblems on the trunk of a tree in a dream, it means that he is designing a plan to destroy someone.
If he cuts it down with a scythe or a sickle in the dream, it means that he is demanding something, the other party cannot deliver. Ifone takes money from a tree in his dream, it means that he will earn lawful and blessed money from people who deal with the same type of trees, or that he will live in their vicinity. Planting trees in one’s garden in a dream means bearing children.
A plane tree represents longevity. Peach or plum trees in a dream represent a short life. Seeing a group of trees surrounded with aromatic plants in a dream means that a group of men will gather to mourn someone, or to lament a loss. Tree leaves in a dream represent money.
A tree outside one’s house in a dream represents one’s clan or servants.
A female tree inside a house represents a woman, and a male tree represents a man. It is a bad omen to see the forbidden tree in a dream. In a dream, to see the tree near which God Almighty spoke to Moses, upon whom be peace, means nearness to God Almighty.
A dead tree in a dream represents guidance and wealth, for it is a source offuel. Sittingunder the shade of a tree along with a group of people, praising and glorifying God’s attributes in a dream means receiving God’s blessings in this world and in the hereafter. Seeing the heavenly TUba tree in a dream means a good end, or living an ascetic life, or it could mean helping others. Seeing mountain trees in a dream means performing supererogatory devotion, work, or receiving unexpected profits.
A palm tree in a dream represents a good word and a true one. It also represents
Protection; archetypal symbol for life (tree of life, tree of the world, family tree) and for being human, rooted in the earth.
The crown of the tree, like the head of a human being, reaches for the sky. Part of two worlds— reality and obligation (earth) and spirit and freedom (heaven). Personal development and growth of the dreamer. Family situation across several generations. Connected to nature, as in Field, Ear (of corn), Farmer, Farm. Concern for the environment as well as personal growth.
Does the tree grow Fruit? In what season did the image appear? What is the condition of the root system (base of the root as a symbol for soul), the Trunk, and the Crown? Where is the tree and how does it stand— alone, in a small group, in the forest, in a park?
According to Freud, the tree trunk is a phallic symbol.
Dreams of a tree represent that you are solidly rooted, deeply grounded, and yet exalted in your stature and connection with spirit. Also, this dream might be giving you the message to branch out and connect with your family tree. See Branch.
also see Forest and Wood
1- The tree is symbolic in dreams of the basic structure of our inner lives. When one appears in our dreams it is best to work with the image fairly extensively.
A tree with wide branches would suggest a warm loving personality, whereas a small close- leafed tree would suggest an uptight personality.
A well-shaped tree would suggest a well-ordered personality, while a large, messy tree would suggest a chaotic personality. There is a game which can be played in waking life if one dares. Ask a friend a) what sort of tree does he or she think you arc and, b) what sort of tree they think they are. I’he results arc interesting.
An oak for instance would represent strength.
2- The roots of a tree are said to show our connection with ourselves and the earth. It could be more accurate to suggest that they signify our ability to belong to the practical side of life, to enjoy being here. Spreading roots would indicate an ability to relate well to the physical, and, conversely, deep-rootedness would suggest a more self-contained attitude.
The trunk of the tree gives an indication of how we use the energies available to us, and also what exterior we present to the world.
A rough trunk suggests obviously a rough and ready personality, whereas a smoother trunk would indicate more sophistication. Branches signify the stages of growth we go through, and leaves suggest the way we communicate to the rest of the world.
To be climbing the tree suggests we are looking at our hopes and abilities, in order to succeed.
3- Spiritually the tree symbolises the ‘free of Life and represents the union of heaven, earth and water. When we learn and understand our own Tree we arc able to live life successfully on all levels.
The tree in your dream is you.
The health, size and overall quality of the tree is indicative of how you feel about yourself. This interpretation is to be made only when the tree is the focal point of the dream. Also, consider whether the tree is alive with leaves, flowers or fruit, or if it’s barren. You may see trees in your dream as a part of a landscape or as a secondary symbol. At those times, consider all of the details as they may have different interpretations than the one just given.
The life principle; psychic growth and development; success
(see by type, Forest, Fruit, Rods, Stick, Wand) Familial lines (e.g., “the family tree”).
Free will and the ability to choose (note the Garden of Eden).
Life, knowledge, and wisdom. Many cultures have a mythological Tree of Life, including that of the ancient Hebrews, Assyrians, Babylonians, and the Norse.
The tree of self. How do your roots and fruits fare?
A personal branching out, or improving your foundations by putting down firm roots.
Trees represent the life force; psychic growth and development; success.