Warmth, gentleness; motherhood; protective fuzziness of thought and feeling, ideas. Knitting wool: creativity; ideas or thoughts we knit together. Idioms: woolgathering; woolly thinking; pull the wool over someone’s eyes.
Angel hair, purity of living, Isa. 1:18
Spiritual protection, because it is natural and from a lamb, which represents a christian
Wool is symbolic of spiritual protection. Lamb was sacrificed by the jews at passover, christ was the lamb of god so the spiritual significance of wool is obvious.
Psychological / emotional perspective: Wool has, from earliest times, represented warmth and protectiveness. Nowadays it particularly represents gentleness and mothering.
Material aspects: How we interpret wool depends on whether the image we have is of lamb’s wool or of knitting wool. Lamb’s wool may stand for blurred thoughts and feelings. We have not really sorted our thoughts out. ‘Pulling the wool’ over someone’s eyes, though generally accepted as being devious, can also be a protective act.
Vision: Looking at wool means financial gain. Shearing a sheep: hard work and thrift will bring prosperity.
Depth Psychology: Either your life is proceeding “soft and gently” or you have a gentle personality. Both are pleasant possibilities. What did you do with the wool in your dream? See Sheep, Yarn.
Wearing a woolen garment in the winter in a dream means profits and benefits. Wearing it during the summertime represents strain, distress and adversities. Wearing a woolen garment in a dream also means lawful money and prosperity. Sleeping over a sheepskin in a dream means becoming rich from associating with a rich woman, or from a marriage to a rich woman. Burning wool in a dream means religious contempt, or loss of capital.
If a man of knowledge sees himself wearing a woolen garb in a dream, it means that he is leaning toward an ascetic life, or that he will become a caller to God’s path, teach people to love the eternal comfort of the hereafter and to despise the temporary pleasures of this world. Wearing a woolen cloak with nothing under it in a dream means receiving money from a noble and a well respected person.
A dog wearing sheepskin in a dream represents a lowly person who subsidizes his business through a well known and a respected person.
If one sees a lion wearing a sheepskin in a dream, the lion here represents a tyrant who confiscates people’s money and property. Wool in a dream also represents purity, clarity and asceticism, except if the wool is coarse or unsuitable to wear, then it means poverty or humiliation. (Also see Spinning)
To see wool in your dream, symbolizes warmth and coziness. You want to be protection by your loved ones.
Always a very fortunate omen. Success will be yours, both at home and in business.
1. The real thing.
2. Seeking the best kind of protection.
Dreams of wool represent a desire for warmth, comfort and nurturing. This dream may be giving you the message that you have been naïve, allowing the wool to be pulled over your eyes.
1- How we interpret wool depends on whether the image we have is of lamb’s wool or of knitting wool (see Knitting). Lamb’s wool may stand for blurred thoughts and feelings.
We have not rcallv sorted our thoughts out.
2- Wool has from earliest times, represented warmth and protcctiveness. Nowadays it particularly represents gentleness and mothering.
3- Wool is symbolic of Spiritual Protection. ‘Pulling the wool’ over someone’s eyes, though generally accepted as devious, can also be a protective act. There may be things which the dreamer does not wish, or need, to sec spiritually at the present time.
To dream of wool, is a pleasing sign of prosperous opportunities to expand your interests.
To see soiled, or dirty wool, foretells that you will seek employment with those who detest your principles.
A dream of wool, either on the sheep or in manufactured goods, foretells prosperity in business.
To buy or to sell, a dream of prosperity and abundance (Gypsy).
(see Fabric, Sheep)
Daydreaming or engaging in too much random thinking (e.g., “wool gathering”). Being naive about someone or something (e.g., “having the wool pulled over your eyes”). Soiled wool represents a lack of principle or derailed convictions. Biblically, white wool reflects spiritual purity.