The meaning of world in dream | Dream Interpretation
The sphere of one’s experience; one’s own world of awareness and activity; the way one experiences the world/ life. End of the world: end of the way you have been experiencing or relating to life; fears or feelings about death; anxieties about external events; big change in one’s personal growth. Other worlds, dimensions: new ways of experiencing oneself and life; new paradigm; breakthrough to new realisations. Idioms: a world of; on top of the world; out of this world; think the world of; best of both worlds; small world.
As we progress spiritually we become conscious that, just as on an individual level we belong to the family, so the world belongs to the cosmos. Being aware of the world in this sense means we must take responsibility for the way the world functions.
Psychological / emotional perspective: To dream of other worlds and dimensions suggests different ways of experiencing our own lives. We perhaps need to become less rigid in our opinions.
Material aspects: The world represents the area of experience in which one lives, and our everyday activities. Often to dream of a world beyond our sphere of influence suggests the necessity to take a wider viewpoint in a situation around us. Consult the entry for globe for additional information.
(Creation; Lower world; Material; Woman) In a dream, the world represents a woman, and a woman represents the world, Ifone sees himselfdeparting from this world in a dream, it means that he may divorce his wife.
If one sees the world as totally destroyed and that he is the only remaining soul in it in a dream, it means that he may lose his sight. Ifone sees as though the entire world is placed before him to take whatever he desires from it in a dream, it means that he may become poor, or that he may die shortly after that dream. Seeing the world in a dream also means distractions, jokes, deception, arrogance, negating promises, failing one’s promises, theft, cheating, trickery, sufferings, a prostitute, adversities, sickness, paying fines, mental depression, limitations, appointments, dismissals, or disappointments. It also may be interpreted as one’s wife, child, material growth, business success, good harvest, awakening, victory, love, or a beloved with two faces. Whether the world appears beautiful or ugly in one’s dream, it could mean any of the above interpretations. Seeing the world in one’s dream also could be a divine guidance, showing the person what he or she must see and understand in this world.
If one sees himself walking away from the world in the dream, it means that he may become a renunciate. Ifone embraces the world in the dream, it means that he will amply satisfy his desire for it. Ifone sees himselfrunning after it and the world running away from him in the dream, it means that the world will ultimately deceive him and lead him into temptation. In a dream, the world also represents the holy Qur’im, which is the radiant full moon of this world. (Also see Travels)
(Dwellings; Hotel; House; Inn; Rug; Temporary abode; Traveller’s resting place)
To dream that it is the end of the world, suggests that you are under a tremendous level of stress. You may be feeling vulnerable or helpless in some situation.
To dream that you are saving the world, signifies confidence in your abilities and belief in yourself. You do not let others question your intelligence or your abilities and generally have a good perspective on life and what your goals are. Don’t let someone or something prevent you from progressing forward.
If you dream of being in outer space looking back at the world, you are creative and a loyal friend.
1. If the world is going to end, this refers to one’s own world.
2. A task seems much too great.
3. One thinks of oneself as minuscule.
Dreams of the world or the globe symbolize your universal awareness, feelings of unification, global concern and compassion for people outside your day-to-day life. Perhaps you are expanding the sphere of your influence, awareness, mission and/or vision. See People and Earth.
also see Globe
1- The world represents the area of experience in which one lives, and our everyday activities. Often to dream of a world bevond our sphere of influence suggests the necessity to take a wider viewpoint in a situation around us.
2- To dream of other worlds and dimensions suggests different ways of experiencing our own lives. We perhaps need to be less rigid in our opinions.
3- As we progress spiritually we bccome conscious that, just as on an individual level we belong to the family, so the world belongs to the Cosmos. Being aware of the world in this sense means we must take responsibility for the way the world functions.