Island Dream Meaning
The dreambooks suggest that an island seen in a dream is a reflection of emotions that the dreamer has in real life when he remains alone with himself. There is interpretation of a plot about seeing an island in the ocean but sailing further without landing. This plot gives you a great chance to fulfill your duty and get a decent reward for it.
If the island looked clean and attractive and the water around it looked clear, this means that all your beginnings will be successful. You may feel free to start your trip or not be scared to pass the exam. Now is the best time to open your feelings, you may find out they are mutual.
An island in the ocean usually represents what the dreamer needs most of all. These can be such valuable things as peace, freedom or acknowledgment.
An island in a sea seen in a dream predicts big changes in the dreamer’s life. This can be moving to another city, changing marital status or lifestyle. The dreambooks promises that these will be long-awaited events. Seeing a dream about an island on horizon in the sea means that a wonderful man will show-up on your horizon as well and he will pay an important role in your life.
A person, who saw a dream about an island that looked like it was specially made for vacation entertainment, will finally find his motivation in real life. Your efficiency, productivity and brilliant results will come as a surprise to everyone.
If you had a dream about a lifeless rocky island in the sea, a dream warns the dreamer that a dissolute lifestyle can lead to material and spiritual devastation sooner or later. A dream about an uninhabited island has quite an opposite meaning: you will have a number of meetings and interesting acquaintances. If the island turned to be not so uninhabited and there were other people around you, this means you will have rivals you will have to fight with in the issue that is very important for you.
If you see yourself in an island isolated from all the sides, this dream reflects your great desire for unlimited freedom. If the shelter is frightening you with natural disasters, it is unlikely that it will be possible to escape from yourself.
According to Medea’s dreambook, the island is a symbol of isolation, detachment, voluntary isolation. A rocky or deserted island reflects a feeling of rejection or fear of experiencing it. A peninsula is associated with the fear of loneliness. You are afraid that the strip of land connecting you with society will disappear under water one day. Sometimes a deserted island is seen a dream by those who are tired of being alone in a crowd, have lack of understanding and problems in communication.
Miller assumes that only real travelers can see themselves in such exotic place. You will have an exciting trip in a good company ahead of you. A green tropical paradise reminds of family pleasures. Perhaps you really should spend more time with your relatives. The dream interpretation also depends on the island’s landscape: bare rocks predict loss, green capes - peace.