(Bed cover; Cover; Lioncloth; Mexican blanket; Overlay; Overspread) In a dream, a blanket represents a woman. If one sees himself wearing a blanket over a wrapper, or a lioncloth in a dream, it means marriage. Ifhe sees a blanket made of pearls in a dream, it means that his wife is a pious woman. Wrapping […]
Cuddling up with a blanket may express your desire for emotional warmth and compassion. An Indian blanket represents authenticity. A baby blanket may suggest thai you require some tender loving care right now.
Vision: Wrapping a blanket around yourself means you’re afraid of your enemies; but it is also a warning to be less open toward others. Looking at one or more blankets: company is coming. Sometimes the image of a blanket might announce a new member of the family on the way. See Wool.Depth Psychology: What are […]
If you dream of a blanket, you are feeling comforted, loved and protected. If you are looking for a blanket, you are seeking shelter, femininity, nurturing, and a warm hug of reassurance.
The presence of a quilt or a blanket in a dream often represents the dreamers need for reassurance and security. Especially if the quilt is one’s childhood security blanket. Such a presence typically relates to a security need of some sort.
It presents a person’s wife. Similarly a blanket, pyjamas and a sheet on which one sleeps. If any of the above is seen as burnt or snatched away from him it means he will separate from his wife either by way of a divorce or death. If he is seen as being prevented from acquiring […]
(See Blanket; Lion)
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)
As frozen or crystallized rain, snow may signify the release from iear resulting in a beautiful blanket of inner peace. It can point to the season ‘of winter or the later years of life.