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Wrap Dream Meanings

What does Wrap mean in dream?

Wrap | Dream Meanings


Dreams of saran wrap represent a desire to preserve or sustain a relationship, a thought, a habit or belief. Or perhaps you have a desire to keep an idea fresh. See Transparent.

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See “unfold”

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To unwrap a gift signifies that you wanting to revealing the true essence of yourself, your relationship, beliefs, and the true nature of life. You are looking for honesty and wanting to remove the layers and veils that keep it hidden. See Undress.

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Abduction/control of logic.

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To see oneself wrapped in a blanket or a cloth in a dream means being serious about one’s work and earning an honest livelihood. It also means receiving a medal of honor, recognition, or an endowment for his noble virtues. (Also see Shroud; Wrap up)

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(Roll up; Swathe) In a dream, a wrap represents one’s limbs.

To wrap up something in a dream means turning the page on something, closing a book, retracing one’s steps, winding up a conversation, or controlling the spread of a rumor. (Also see Wrap; Wrapping)


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(Cloth; Cover) Wearing a wrapping around one’s waist in a dream represents a husband and a wife who live together without sexual relationship.

A wrapping in a dream also may represent a dullish or a simple-minded child. (Also see Wrap up; Wrap)


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To dream that you are wrapping a gift,suggests that you may be trying to express some feeling or have something awkward to say that has to be carefully packaged.

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(see Box)

What is the paper covering? This may represent portions of yourself that you have hidden, suppressed, or concealed for whatever reasons.

If the paper is being removed in your dream, then you are likewise opening up those aspects for closer examination and eventual integration.


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