Dream Interpretation Egypt / Egyptian | What does the Egypt / Egyptian symbol mean? | Seeing Egypt / Egyptian in Dream

Egypt Egyptian Dream Meanings

What does Egypt Egyptian mean in dream?

Egypt / Egyptian | Dream Meanings

(See City; Pyramids)

Islamic Dream Interpretation by
Symbolic of worldly living and a person’s life before Christ, Heb. 3:16, Jude 1:5

Christian Dream Symbols by
Usually the hidden side of self; the riches of the unconscious. In the Biblical symbolism, life dominated by material values.

A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences by
also see Places

1- Although perhaps less so now, as travel becomes easier, faraway places in dreams usually signify the exotic. Egypt in particular is always seen as magical or connected with ancient knowledge, though this may depend on the dreamer’s own knowledge of the country.

We are connecting with the magical and strange part of ourselves.

Egypt is a recognition of the hidden side of Self: the mysterious.

Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary by
To dream of Egypt indicates that you may be longing for a simpler time in your life.

To dream of Egypt represents your need to reconnect with your own thoughts, spirituality, and feelings.

Dream Symbols and Analysis by
Dreams of Egypt are symbolic of wealth, power and the after life. See After-life, Pyramids, King Tut and Cleopatra.

Strangest Dream Explanations by
To dream of anicent Egypt represents the core of your own emotions and spirituality. You may be nostalgic for a time in your life when things seemed simpler. Also see “Cleopatra”, “Pharoah” and “Sphinx”.

My Dream Interpretation by
Dreaming of living in ancient Egypt might actually be a past-life memory. Be sure to write the dream down immediately upon awakening, as an issue from that past life could be coming to the surface of your unconscious mind. Something in the dream probably relates to a concern in the present, and the dream may be giving you important insights.

Egypt is a land of mystery, and therefore if you dream of Egypt or things Egyptian there is probably some mystery in your life that you’d like to have resolved. Look to other symbols in the dream to discern what it is and what you should do about it.

Egypt is a land where a lot of secrets are being dug out of the ground. What secrets are you hiding? Or are others around you keeping things from you that you really need to know? If the other symbols in the dream support this idea, honest communication with those involved is definitely called for.

Dream Explanations of Astro Center by
1- There is an obvious connection between Mummy and mother is a play on words. In many ways our mother must ‘die’, or rather, we must change our relationship with her, in order for us to survive.

The Egyptian mummy in dreams can also symbolise our feelings about someone who has died.

2- The Egyptian mummy symbolises death, but also preservation after death and therefore the afterlife. We may be trying to understand such a concept in real life, or we may realise that life has got to continue on a more mundane level.

3- The Self, the unbending Mother and self-preservation are all symbolised in the mummy.

Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary by
The egyptian mummy symbolizes death, but also preservation after death and, therefore, the afterlife. It also symbolizes the self, the unbending mother and self-preservation.

Dream Meanings of Versatile by
Psychological / emotional perspective: Egypt for many represents magic, and the mummy in this case its more sinister side and hidden secrets. We may be trying to understand such a concept in real life, or we may realize that life will continue despite setbacks.

Dream Meanings of Versatile by
Material aspects: The egyptian mummy in dreams can symbolize our feelings about someone who has died. There is also an obvious connection between ‘mummy’ and ‘mother’ as a play on words. As a mummy preserves the body for life in the hereafter, its appearance in dreams indicates that we should honour the best of what our mother is or was.

Dream Meanings of Versatile by
The dead, feelings we have buried about a dead person; our mother, a pan of self which might be reborn, attempt to preserve a way of life which is dead— mummification—instead of facing change and the new.

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