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Christmas Gifts

To dream of a Christmas gift symbolizes deserved change. Positively, a Christmas gift reflects good luck, getting something you wanted, finally experiencing something you've been waiting for.

Negatively, a Christmas gift may reflect something negative happening to you that someone else feels you deserve. Embarrassment or shame that you acknowledge.

Blue gifts are positive intentions, feelings or situations. Red gifts are negative intentions, feelings, or situations.


To dream of Christmas represents feelings about a situation where everything feels good caring about you without needing to stop. A situation that is intentionally being kept wonderful without noticing problems. Quality social gatherings that make people feel they deserve to make an effort to feel good together or are cared about. Quality social activity where everyone feels good together noticing nothing is losing. Social festivity that is very caring or putting extra effort into treating people special. Quality leisure time or feeling intentionally supported having leisure time off. Feeling about easily getting something long deserved. Feeling that someone else has no choice, but to give you a deserved break or special treatment. A joyous occasion. Renewed happiness that your health is returning or that something you've wanted for a long time is finally happening. Feelings of deserving to take a break with everyone else thinking it's a good idea too. Quality time, special occasions, or receiving gifts. Leisure time or closeness with family.

Negatively, Christmas in a dream may reflect feelings of not asking for anything and while not wanting to do anything for anyone. A dislike or anxiety about quality social gatherings. A dislike of festivity or enjoy spending time with family. A dislike of feeling forced to care about other people beyond your comfort level or during special occasions. Not enjoying feeling forced to take a break or long deserved vacation.

Alternatively, from a negative perspective dreaming about Christmas may reflect jealousy of other people deserving to be treated more special than you. Feeling grateful for deserving something that should have been easy or already given to you. Allowing someone to abuse their power over you by giving you something that is already yours as though it's special. A dislike of large gatherings. Wishful thinking about the reconciliation with people you've had an argument with being easy.

Example: A man dreamed of Christmas time with family and wanting to leave. In waking life he was experiencing discomfort at having to attend a party because he was very anti-social and easily made nervous with talking to people. The Christmas symbolism may have reflected his feelings about all the effort people were putting into making others feel special at the party. It felt like it was too much closeness for his comfort level.

Example 2: A man dreamed of walking into the living room of his Grandmother's house and seeing that it was Christmas time. In waking life he was given an temporary break from a very strenuous job at work. He felt an enormous sense of relief as his employers were very demanding under unique conditions. Christmas in this case may have reflected his feelings of having a much deserved break to pursue other things he liked besides work since he rarely gets a break with the serious nature of his job.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of Christmas time. In waking life she had been ill for a very long time and was finally starting to get her health back. Christmas time may have reflected her feelings about the impact of her improved health on the quality of her social life.

Example 4: A woman dreamed of seeing Christmas cards. In waking life she had dinner with a few family members was feeling bad thinking about how divorce and distance had torn her family apart. In this case the Christmas cards may have represented her feelings about being reminded about the importance of making effort for quality family time while eating dinner with her brother and father after experiencing so much distancing in her family.

Example 5: A man dreamed of being in a car parking lot during Christmas. In waking life he was a hard worker and didn't like taking time off.

Christmas Cards

To dream of Christmas cards represents making an effort to show other people that you care about them. Making an effort to show other people that you love them. Reciprocating feelings of togetherness. Reminding people that you are thinking about them and hoping they are happy. Extra efforts made to care about other people's feelings.

To dream of old Christmas card may reflect feelings about how close, special, or loving a relationship use to be. Remembering the effort that used to be put into showing people they were cared about in the past. Remembering better times with family. Feelings about current family life being more snobby than it used to be.

Example: A woman dreamed of people throwing old family Christmas cards in the garbage. In waking life she felt that her family was falling apart and purposely distancing themselves from each other due to a divorce in the family.

Christmas Lights

To dream of christmas lights represents gestures that are intended to make other people feel good thinking they deserve things. Being happy for others blessings. Mutual goodwill. An attitude that is supportive of togetherness for friends and family.

Negatively, christmas lights may reflect jealousy, frustration, or resentment of having to be happy for others blessings. Exhausting yourself being happy for others. Feelings about other people going overboard with their gestures of mutal good will.

Example: A woman dreamed of seeing christmas lights. In waking life her grandson was just born and the whole family came together to celebrate it. The christmas lights may have reflected the woman's feelings about the whole family being noticeably happy for birth of the grandson.

Christmas Stocking

To dream of Christmas stocking represents feelings about deserving something extra. Awareness of whether or not other people think you deserve extra special treatment. Feelings about deserve every single little thing that you want. Feelings of deserving perfect recognition and acknowledgement.

Negatively, dreaming of Christmas stockings may reflect a tendency to expect special treatment. Expecting to deserve absolute perfect recognition and acknowledgement.

To dream of putting coal or other negative things in a Christmas stocking may reflect feelings about having to take extra care to make sure a jerk in your life gets an extra special payback. Taking extra extra care to show someone you don't like them and that you enjoy seeing them treated poorly. Feeling that someone made effort efforts to embarrass you with feeling that you don't deserve anything you want at all.

Christmas Tree

To dream of a Christmas tree represents an established aspect of your life that requires special treatment or dedicated time to observing something special. Moments in life where family time or vacation time is important to observe and respect. A reason in your life to join family or friends for festivus behavior.

Negatively, a Christmas tree may reflect your dislike of having to take a forced vacation or feeling forced to spend time with family. A situations where you feel you deserve to be treated as special as other people after earning it through hard work or hardship. Feeling that "jerks" in your life holding power over you finally have to give you a much deserved break.

Alternatively, a Christmas tree may reflect feelings about having to spend time with your family at Christmas. A reflection of your feelings about what the social interaction with your family may be like during the holidays.

To dream that you have your Christmas tree up for longer than normal represents an extended need to respect and treat people special. A prolonged need for family time or dedicated time to vacationing. Negatively, it may be a sign that you are unnecessarily prolonging a reason to participate in festivus behavior. Taking too much time off work.

To dream of a Christmas tree on fire represents a choices that whether intentional or not have ruined other people's opportunity to enjoy festivus behavior or special family time. Mistakes, conflicts, or crisis that ruins your time off work.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing a Christmas tree. In waking life he was annoyed at having to take a vacation off work due to a technicality and spend time with his family. The Christmas tree may have reflected the forced vacation time that was beneficial to all members of his family.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of seeing a Christmas tree with a spider crawling on it. In waking life she was an older woman and felt that her family was drifting part leaving her with nobody special around during the holidays. The Christmas tree in this case may have reflected her feelings about the Christmas holidays creating a reason to have to spend time with love ones while the spider reflected the scary feelings about feeling trapped alone as she was older.

Christmas Tree Ornaments

To dream of Christmas tree ornaments represents feelings about intentionally making others feel good deserving something they want. A signal to others that they should be encouraged to enjoy themselves or feel deserving of special treatment.

Negatively, Christmas tree ornaments may reflect feelings about irresponsible behavior encouraging bad things to happen to you that others might claim you deserved. A trap that has made you feel that you deserved something.

Example: A young woman dreamed of seeing an evil tree that froze people and then hung then up as Christmas tree ornaments on it's branches. In waking life she felt that her mother was very unsupportive of her emotional recovery after being raped. The mother blamed the young woman and made her feel that she deserved the rape. The Christmas tree ornaments in this case may reflected the dreamer's feelings about her mother making her feel that the men deserved to enjoy themselves raping her.

Candy Canes

To dream of a candy cane represents thoughts about a situation being more interesting than you think to notice that sharing doesn't cost much if you want to share as well. A sense of communal giving or sharing that doesn't cost much to keep it going. Keep the spirit of giving going that doesn't require significant personal sacrifices. Feeling that it didn't cost someone else much to share with you in order to encourage you to keep the spirit of giving going. Feelings of encouragement for others to enjoy a new idea to keep the spirit of sharing going with little personal cost. Feeling that it never hurts to try to interest someone else is keeping up the spirit of sharing and togetherness.

Negatively, dreaming about a candy cane may represent feelings about behavior that you feel is a stupid, lame, or cheap gesture about encouraging you to keep the spirit of giving or sharing going like it's a better idea than doing nothing. Not liking the idea of saving money by keeping a collective or communal effort of sharing going because someone else thought it was a good idea. Feelings of skepticism or cynicism towards acts of generosity or communal spirit. You might be hesitant to participate in group activities or share resources because you believe that it might be a waste of time. Familial or societal expectations about sharing being a good idea to keep going that hinders your independence.

Example: A teenage girl dreamed of large plastic candy canes scattered on the floor that belong to a boy that disappeared. In waking life, she was just beginning to learn how to drive. In this case, the large plastic candy canes may have reflected her feelings about the initial shared spirit about the low cost of communal usage of the parents' vehicles that would help everyone learn to drive and get a driver's license mpre quickly. The group of friends may have may felt that learning to drive would be easy and cheap if they just kept up the spirit of sharing vehicle time with each other.

Example 2: A teenage girl dreamed of a candy cane-colored spider. In waking life, she was preparing to start University within a month. In this case, the candy cane-colored spider may have reflected parents or other people encouraging a sense of sharing with other people all the time that made her feel trapped or hindered from preparing for her new independent life away from home as a university student.


To dream of wrapping a gift represents the need to make others feel special. Feelings about carefully preparing to surprise someone with a gift, kind gesture, or good news that they haven't heard yet. You may be planning a surprise party or thinking about how to present an idea at work. Your desire to surprise others, to offer something special, or to create joy or excitement.

To dream of unwrapping something represents feelings about revealing a surprise or finding out what someone else has prepared for you. Feelings about a situation in your life being revealed. Anticipation, curiosity, surprise, or anxiety about what is being revealed.

To dream of wrapping up something for safety represents protection, care, or the necessity for concealment. A sense of completion or finality, as when we wrap up a project or task.

Negatively, dreaming about wrapping up something may represent manipulation or deceit. You may be trying to present a situation as better or less serious than it actually is, or you may be trying to hide something from others. This type of dream may also suggest feelings of fear or anxiety about how something will be received or perceived by others.

To dream plastic wrapping represents feelings about preserving or protecting a situation exactly as it is, or maintaining the status quo. Keeping something pristine, unspoiled, or preventing change. Feelings about nothing fake happening is the only thing anyone is allowed to witness.

Negatively, plastic wrapping in a dream may represents feelings about nothing fake being allowed causing suffocation, being smothered, or feeling like you're stuck in a situation you can't get out of. It could also indicate feelings of being controlled, manipulated, or not allowed to evolve or grow because witnessing nothing fake is more important.

To dream bandages being wrapped around a wound represents feelings about healing, protection, or recovery from a troubling or difficult situation. It may indicate the need for self-care and nurturing in the wake of a setback or traumatic experience.

Negatively, seeing bandages being wrapped in a dream might symbolize feelings of vulnerability, pain, or hurt that you are trying to cover up or avoid dealing with. It might also suggest fear of worsening an already delicate situation.

To dream of a snake wrapping itself around something represents feelings of corruption, deceit, or negative influences taking control or asserting dominance in your waking life. This may suggest that a harmful or negative situation is beginning to engulf or control an aspect of your life. The dream may be a warning about a situation or relationship that is becoming increasingly harmful or toxic.

To dream of being wrapped up like an Egyptian mummy represents feelings about yourself being preserved or "put on hold" in a current state. Feelings about a situation in your waking life where you feel trapped, constrained, or that your options are limited.

Example: A woman dreamed of being wrapped up for mummification. In waking life, she was looking for a new contract at work and felt that she was not going to get a new contract anytime soon. In this case, the mummification wrapping may have reflected her feelings about her career being 'put on hold' or 'preserved' in its current state. She may have felt that she was being bound by her circumstances, unable to progress or move forward until further notice. It could also represent her feeling of being restricted or confined in her professional development.

To dream of wrapping yourself up in a blanket represents feelings of self-protection, comfort, or insulation from the outside world. A desire for warmth, safety, or reassurance. A wish to shield yourself from stressful or unpleasant situations, or a need for privacy and solitude. It could also symbolize self-care, self-soothing, or a need for emotional nurturing.

Example: A woman dreamed of being wrapped up for mummification. In waking life, she was looking for a new contract at work and felt that she was not going to get a new contract anytime soon. In this case, the mummification wrapping may have reflected her feelings about her career being 'put on hold' or 'preserved' in its current state. She may have felt that she was being bound by her circumstances, unable to progress or move forward until further notice. It could also represent her feeling of being restricted or confined in her professional development.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of going shopping and seeing her mother-in-law wrapping a gift. she asked her mother-in-law what she was doing, but received only a vague answer. In waking life, she was looking forward to a granddaughter's wedding. In this case, the wrapping of the gift may have reflected her feelings of curiosity, anticipation, and perhaps even a bit of apprehension about a potential surprise of someone else's gift to her granddaughter being better than hers.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of seeing a snake wrapping itself around a wood board. In waking life, she was having money concerns related to whether 2 mean could be trusted or not. In this case, the snake wrapping itself around the wood board may have reflected her feelings of fear that the two men were gradually taking control or influence over her financial situation. The snake wrapping around the board may symbolize her perception of these men as corrupt or untrustworthy, gradually encroaching on her financial stability and independence.


To dream of receiving a gift represents feelings about special treatment of some kind. Feeling appreciated. Feeling that someone is being nice to you in a special giving way. Feeling that a gesture of yours towards someone else is very giving or makes someone else's life easier. A kind or generous gesture. Feeling special about something that has happened to you. Feeling that you are a special person. Alternatively, gifts may symbolize your talents, creativity, or something special about you. A natural ability.

Negatively, a gift in a dream may reflect secrets that are difficult to keep to yourself. Something special you feel forced to keep to yourself. Talents being used for bad purposes. Feeling that you are better than other people or that you are perfect. Arrogantly thinking you are too special or unique. Arrogant or deluded beliefs that other people are lucky because of something unique you did for them. Feeling forced to appreciate a gesture you don't like or feeling that someone doesn't like you as much as you want them to.

To dream of being showered with gifts may represent praise or recognition. Feeling that you are being held in high esteem.

To dream of giving someone a gift may reflect special treatment you are giving someone. Praise, recognition, or doing someone a favor.

Example: A man dreamed of a seeing a gift. In waking life he was given special insider knowledge at work that he was not allowed to divulge to others.

Example 2: A man dreamed of being given a gift. In waking life a man dying of cancer had confided a secret with him and he felt very special and appreciated.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of going to a gift shop. In waking life she was deciding on how she could so something special for a co-worker.

Example 4: A man dreamed of giving a woman a gift knife and fork. In waking life he mad mutual sexual attraction to this woman for a long period of time and then noticed that she had had moved on to marry another man. The gift knife and fork may have reflected his feelings about himself generously allowing the woman go have a new life when he knew that he was attractive enough to have her whenever he wanted.

The dream may have reflected his arrogance or vanity that presumed that he doing her a favor by allowing her to move on to another man. The knife and fork themselves reflected the woman's ability to secure another man (fork) and separate herself being being single (knife).

Example 5: A man dreamed of being given a gift of a tuft of hair. In waking life he felt very awkward about being treated very special by a friend who had subjected him to a "blood bond" to secure their friendship.

*Please See Birthday Gift-Birthday Present

*Please See Christmas Gifts-Christmas Presents


*Please See Gifts



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