Spiritually dead; research whatever is wilted

1. Tired, wasted, unable to carry on.

2. Feeling old.

3. Feeling sexually inadequate.



Wilted | Dream Meanings

Keywords of this dream: Wilted

My Dream Interpretation

A fresh bright bouquet (especially a wedding bouquet) signifies a happy social occasion. This dream can also be an omen of a happy but brief romantic interlude.

If the bouquet was wilted, a medical checkup is indicated.... My Dream Interpretation

Dreamers Dictionary

Symbol: The carnation represents passion and is seen in many pictures of Madonnas.

Vision: Dreaming about carnations: your love life is in excellent shape and your opportunities at work are good. In a man’s dream, the image of the carnation—and flowers in general— often refer to women who can be bought. Maybe he is hoping for such an adventure—a desire he can only admit to himself through flowers. Picking a carnation: thoughtless actions on your part will create a crisis with a friend. Looking at a wilted carnation: a close relationship will come to an end.

Depth Psychology: The carnation is usually a symbol for the connection you have to other people.

The color of the carnation is important. See the chapter “Color in Dreams.”... Dreamers Dictionary

New American Dream Dictionary

1. Intellectual fascination, attraction.

2. A good omen regard­ing most affairs.

3. Possible illness (if the ferns are wilted).

4. Secret affairs or feelings of love, a need for discretion. ... New American Dream Dictionary

New American Dream Dictionary

1. Youth.

2. Beauty and innocence.

3. Female sexuality.

4. Sadness (white flowers).

5. Disappointment (wilted).

6. Respect and admiration (bouquet). ... New American Dream Dictionary

My Dream Interpretation

Flowers symbolize beauty and safety. They are also symbols of the inner feminine self.

If you dream of seeing or being in a field of colorful flowers, this represents your own kindness, compassion, gentleness, beauty and pleasure in life. It is also a symbol of perfection, spirituality, joy and financial gain.

To dream of fresh, brightly colored flowers growing in a garden or arranged in a vase or flower pot indoors, is a lucky omen of great personal happiness.

To dream of flowers blooming in barren soil means that your energy and cheerful nature will help you get through hard times.

If the flowers were dead or wilted or if you threw them away, the dream is warning you that overconfidence or carelessness goes before a fall. It may also means that you are not making use of your full potential and talents.

To dream of flowers opening can indicate psychic powers in the dreamer.

To dream of plastic flowers suggests that you are being fake in some way. You are not being genuine and true to yourself. Perhaps you are putting on a false cheerfulness, or acting like somebody you are not. Also see “Bouquet” and “Lei”... My Dream Interpretation

Dreamers Dictionary

Vision: Looking at a hyacinth means receiving a gift; you are very popular—people like to be in your company. Getting a hyacinth as a gift: you will fall deeply in love.

If the hyacinth is wilted, your expectations of another person are disappointing. See Flower.... Dreamers Dictionary

Little Giant Encyclopedia

Being subjected to changes, or Letting Go. Similar to Abyss, Brook / Stream, and sometimes Parachute, only in more playful terms.

A wilted leaf means troubles.

A green leaf means rejuvenation, fulfillment of a wish.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

Dreamers Dictionary

Vision: Dreaming about a white, empty piece of paper means new possibilities and new opportunities; an empty piece of paper promises future possibilities already in the making. Receiving an empty piece of paper from another person: you are under the influence of somebody else (whether negative or positive depends on the rest of the dream images).

If you are looking at pages in a book, it means you are thirsty for knowledge, This is good for studying, and also for finalizing contracts. See Paper and the chapter on “Letters in Dreams.” Looking at many green leaves: expect a happy event; you are entertaining new ideas and establishing interesting goals. Wdted leaves: worries and defeat. Watching falling leaves: misfortune or loss in your family. See Branch, Leaves, Tree.

Depth Psychology: Green leaves symbolize emotional and intellectual growth; wilted leaves stand for what has passed. Vou have lost your footing and feel tossed about like “a leaf in the wind.”... Dreamers Dictionary

Dreamers Dictionary

Vision: Looking at green leaves: you enjoy emotional balance and are continuing to grow in all areas of your life. Wilted or decaying leaves: your chances for success are zero right now; you are forced to pull out of a job with a loss. Collecting leaves means you are getting or inheriting money. See Leaf.

Depth Psychology: Green leaves are a warning: enjoy your good fortune right now—because leaves wilt and die quickly!... Dreamers Dictionary

Dreamers Dictionary

Vision: Seeing a lilac bush: you need affection and tenderness.

The fragrance of lilac indicates budding love and romantic feelings.

A wilted lilac bush: a wonderful love affair is ending in disappointment. Picking lilacs means someone is admiring you.

Depth Psychology: This fragrant flower is a sign of budding love; it is also a symbol of romance and the need for affection and tenderness.... Dreamers Dictionary

Dreamers Dictionary

Symbol: The peony—the “rose without thorns” is a symbol of the Virgin Mary.

Vision: A peony in bloom promises happiness in love. Receiving a peony as a gift: you have a secret admirer. Giving a peony as a gift: don’t be timid in your love relationship, have courage! Throwing the flower away or if the flower is wilted: a love affair is deteriorating. See Flower.

Depth Psychology: A beautiful peony always means good luck in matters of love.

A peony that has broken off: conflicts in your relationship.

A wilted peony: the relationship is deteriorating.... Dreamers Dictionary

Little Giant Encyclopedia

A symbol of Venus—love and devotion.

The contradiction of blossom and thorn.

The rose plays the same role in the West that the lotus plays in the Orient. Both blossom, producing many thousands of petals, and represent the highest stage of consciousness.

The rose is often a symbol of the self. As a well-known symbol of love, it points to the dreamer’s feeling of security and suggests that he should be more open to love.

The Greek word rodor for rose came from the ancient Greek word for “flowing,” which may have been coined to convey the flow of fragrance from this flower. But this never-ending flow of fragrance from the rose also shortens its life, causing it to wilt rapidly. Because this magnificently flowering, fragrant blossom wilts so fast, it is also considered a symbol of death.

The rose also points to the world beyond, which is the reason that the Catacombs in Rome are decorated with garlands of roses.

The rose also is the harbinger of death in the Oraclesy and it is reported that a few days before their death, bishops would find a white rose on their chair.

The belief in the death-announcing rose has influenced customs in England and Germany, where people have been reluctant to bring roses to a sick person. And if a rose bush produced a green rose—that is, when the petals turned green—as English folklore had it, a family member would die.

It is not only in England that the rose is connected with death. As far back as ancient Rome, every year a festival of the roses was celebrated where the dead were honored. Graves were decorated with wreaths made from roses.

Since time immemorial, what happens in the presence of the rose is not talked about. In antiquity, when a rose was suspended above the table, the meal was taken “sub rosa,” as it was called then, which means that absolutely nothing from the conversation was repeated after the meal.

The early Christians took up this symbolic tradition: the presence of a rose indicated that silence was to be observed when heathens were among them.

The rose as the symbol for silence continued into the 18th century, when, for instance, wooden roses were carved into the woodwork of the confessional and roses were also included in the stucco of the halls of the court.

The rose, like the lotus, is considered the perfect flower, which is one of the reasons why the Christian Church declared it to be the image of wisdom. This was instrumental in the rose becoming a symbol of Christ. Mary is also depicted as a rose, but a rose without thorns, because in Christian symbolism the thorns of the rose indicate sin, and Mary was free of sin.

The rose has something very mystical about it. Praying the rosary is considered meditation.

The Sufis pray with a drop of rose fragrance dabbed on the area of the “third eye,” because it is said that the rose cleanses and strengthens the spirit. In ancient Greece a wreath of roses was already thought to strengthen the mind.

The Roman Emperor wore a wreath of roses for the same reason. Romans wore wreaths made from roses during decadent outdoor feasts, because they hoped the roses would minimize the effects of too much drinking.

The rose as the image of a clear mind was also known to the alchemists, who connected the rose to the idea of deliverance. In Dante’s Paradiso the small group of saved sinners is pictured in the form of a white rose above which angels circle like bees. That the way to salvation is possible only through love is perhaps the most important lesson of the rose, the flower originally dedicated to Aphrodite, goddess of love. But that the rose also symbolizes flesh and blood is seen in the fact that Dionysus also claimed the rose to be his.

Time and again we hear about a rose bush that never stops blooming; about rose branches in a vase that for 70 years produced white blossoms; and about how the food for the poor that, in the basket of saints, is transformed into roses.

For those interested in the magic of the rose, we might also mention the Pentagram of the Rose.

If you connect the center of each petal with the center of the petal that comes after the next, you will form a pentagram, the foot of the Druids, the old magic figure that Faust wanted to use to overcome Satan.

The Greeks considered the long-lived, five-leaved rose bush, with the imprint of a pentagram, to be the symbol of the cycle of the Cosmos, which, according to Aristotle, is determined by the five elements (fire, water, earth, air, and ether). Also, the Rosicrucians see the rose as a symbol of hidden wisdom, using it as a symbol in their cross.

The color of the rose is also important.

A wilted rose is a sign of a relationship gone bad. According to Jung, the rose is always the symbol for wholeness, representing, in the form of the mandala, a symbol for the order of the world.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

Dreamers Dictionary

Vision: Dreaming about red roses: you are in love and that love will be returned. White roses: someone is secredv in love with you, but too shy to tell you. Yellow roses: jealous)’ and alienation in your love relationship. Wilted roses: your love for another person is dying. Getting pricked by a thorn: you will face obstacles on your path and feel hurt in your love relationship. Picking roses: you want to take someone by storm (or be taken by storm). Picking yellow roses: bouts of jealousy will be a burden on your relationship. Young girls dreaming about a wreath of red roses: a wedding is not far off. See Flowers.

Depth Psychology: The rose is a symbol of blossoming as well as wilting love, but it also shows the grace of your soul and may express your longing for a “pure,” platonic relationship—the highest form of love.... Dreamers Dictionary

The Fabric of Dream

In season this is a dream of happiness; decayed, wilted, or out of season a dream of trouble and poverty (Gypsy). ... The Fabric of Dream

The Language of Dreams

(see Flowers, Gardens, Purple)

Passion: This flower is astrologically ruled by Venus.

In the Vctorian language of flowers, this represents enchantment or being charmed, for boon or bane.

The color of this flower directly relates to the spiritual condition. So, how does the flower appear? Is it healthy, wilted, uprooted, surrounded by weeds}

Among the ancient Greeks, violets represented undisturbed rest and safety from ghosts.... The Language of Dreams