To dream of flowers represents feelings about noticing how positive, nice, or beautiful something is. Appreciating how wonderful or good something in your life is. Feeling love. Appreciating other people. Paying attention to a good thing that is happening. It could also reflect your enjoyment of success that finally unfolding in your life.
Negatively, flowers in a dream may represent vanity, narcissism, or obsession with physical beauty. It may also reflect appreciation of something lost in your life. Dwelling too much on how good your life used to be before something bad happened. Non-objective or naive feelings about love.
Consider the color and the type of flower for additional meaning.
Flowers in dreams are more common to women. This is most likely a reflection of women's tendency to enjoy passivity, peace, or to show others sympathy. It may also reflect women's tendency to be more sensitive about their own physical beauty.
To dream of planting a flower garden may reflect your wish to encourage or carefully create something beautiful. Something nice in your life that feels good to notice all the time. Feeling pride for something beautiful in your life. Wanting to be appreciated or loved. Enjoying the beauty of family or friendships. Negatively, it may reflect an increase in ego or vanity. Enjoying your own physical beauty.
Example: A young man dreamed of planting flowers that he didn't really care about. In waking life he was talking to a girl that liked him, but that he didn't really want to be with. He simply enjoyed being admired. The planted flowers may have reflected how nice he felt to notice the girl liking him while also hinting at his tendency to enjoy leading the girl on for his own enjoyment.
Example 2: A man dreamed of seeing girls picking flowers from a garden. In waking life he was finally beginning to notice himself healing from a serious injury. The flowers may have reflected how wonderful it felt to notice his healing occurring with the worst of his crisis over.
Example 3: A man dreamed of feeling uneasy about flowers he was looking at in a field. He felt silly about being uneasy about the flowers, but still felt that the flowers were not what they appeared to be. In waking life he was being told how good a product that his company was selling was without any receiving any information to guarantee it. When he requested further information people at work got angry at him. The flowers in the field that he was uneasy about may have reflected his uneasy feelings about accepting the company line that the product was unquestionably noticed as perfect by all who tested it and had nothing wrong with it.
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To dream of flower buds represents your feeling that a positive or wonderful situation is beginning. Something that feels good or makes you happy is close to happening.
To dream of a flower pot represents satisfaction with how nice something is. A situation that is "beautiful enough" so you don't care about anything except noticing it now.
To dream of a lotus flower represents beauty or sensitivity that one will risk everything they have to stop others from having. Something special that is worth risking everything to keep for yourself.
Alternatively, a lotus flower may reflect a beautiful person or possession that makes everyone else live in desire for.
To dream of soil represents a solid foundation for progress or productivity. The groundwork for growth and fertility in your life. Having everything you need to flourish. A reflection of how stable or lucky you feel while trying to build something for yourself.
If the soil is hard and dry, then it may be a sign that you feel limited or lucky to have any opportunity at all. Some kind of replenishment or support is needed to thrive. Feeling that life is unfair or harder for you.
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To dream of seeing violet flowers represents appreciation of experiencing no violence. Experiencing or showing others gentleness. Projecting peacefulness towards others. Charm. Showing others that you are not angry anymore.
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