Being aware of; observing something—perhaps something you have noticed from everyday events but not made conscious, or something about self; watching out for what other people are doing to you—suspicion; learning something or trying to understand. Idioms: be on the watch for; watch out; watch one’s step; watch over, watch someone like a hawk. See seeing, saw, sight.
There is a need for us to monitor our own actions, to be objective in our self-assessment, particularly if new forms of spiritual discipline have recently been taken on.
Psychological / emotional perspective: In dreams, we are often conscious of the self or the observer in us, which is both watching and participating in the dream.
If we are to achieve the best interpretation, we probably need to be aware of both perspectives.
Material aspects: To be aware of being watched in a dream suggests that we feel threatened by someone’s close interest in us. This may be in a work situation, but could also be in personal relationships.
To dream of Watching from a window or high places signifies you are being spied upon.
If you have secrets, guard them well.
1. To dream that one is watching something represents one’s lack of initiative to take any action; it may also symbolize neutrality in some situation.
2. One’s neutrality in a quarrel.
If you are watching the scene that is being played out in your dream, then this is revealing that you are getting an objective view of your life and perhaps getting clarity about a situation that you could not make sense of before.
1- In dreams, we are often conscious of the Self which is watching and participating in the dream. We need to be aware of all parts of the dream in order to achieve the best results.
2- To be aware of someone watching us in a dream suggests that we feel threatened by someone’s close interest in us. This may be in a work situation, but could also be in personal relationships. It will depend on the other circumstances of the dream how this is interpreted.
3- There is a need for the dreamer to monitor his own actions, particularly if new forms of spiritual discipline have recently been taken on.