Eclipse dream meanings


Dimming of the light.


What sort of fear am I ready to see?

General Meanings:

Bad emotions The eclipse as a symbol stands for the missing things in your real life. The eclipse of the moon marks your emotions and feeling which may be unfulfilled love, depression or failed aims.

The bright will come The eclipse of the sun and see its corona indicates that after dark period will come the bright one and all the difficulties and worries will disappear.

Traditional Meanings:

European (Judeo-Christian)

  • Illness if see eclipse – In a dream to see an eclipse predicts the illness of a loved one;
  • Hidden feelings and abilities if see lunar eclipse – This dream symbol shows the hidden emotion, such as pain or distrust of your self. You must get out from the shell and show all your abilities;
  • Open your eyes if see partial moon eclipse – Only the half of the moon is eclipsed, this dream symbol indicates that we do not notice what is happening around us. You have to be more attentive and try to enjoy your life and take all the possibilities that the life gives to you;
  • Worries if see complete solar eclipse – This dream announces darkness which will bring sadness and worries in the love relations;
  • New start if see the end of solar eclipse – Very positive sign that there is a possibility to show your abilities and create new  period in your life.

Hindu (Hinduism)

  • Desires if eclipse of the sun – The dream shows that your desires will come true and you will reach everything what you want;
  • Dark period if lunar eclipse – To dream the eclipse of the moon, this announces that now you are in the negative period and you see everything only in the dark colors, but everything will end.

Arabian (Islamic)

  • Misfortune if see solar eclipse – This dream shows that you will have some failures at your work or at home;
  • Disaster if lunar eclipse – Such dream indicates calamity in your life, because you have moved the wrong way in your life and this is a sign to you to open your eyes more widely;

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