Various shapes can show up in dreams and are usually abstract representations of our own inner globe.
Each has a specific mean; therefore, below is a more detailed interpretation for each.
Although we now know a lot more about dreams, their real purpose isn't yet fully understood. It wasn't until we approached the middle of the twentieth century, with the first electronic monitoring of the brain, that we began to get a clearer idea of the nocturnal adventures of the mind. Shapes in dreams are significant.
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Circle: A circle indicates the self and its identity. It may signify a female, while a ring symbolizes perfection as well as the everlasting nature. Dreams containing spiritual symbols, such as the circle, often show no context of the dream itself. Any type of symbol in your dream is a method of communication to the physical world and the way in which the world reflects the spiritual plane. A circle in your dream represents the universe. If you dream of anything round, for example a ring or a tire, this represents your spiritual entirety. If you dream of a circle and an inner circle inside the circle, this demonstrates the female side of life and that you are soon to have a birth in either your family or within a close group of friends.
Crescent: The crescent signifies a particular female and kindness. To dream of a crescent is an extremely enlightening experience. The crescent is an important spiritual symbol suggesting that you need to awaken your spiritual path. If the crescent appeared quite random in your dream, this awakening is needed within the next 36 months. Celestial symbols were often used by central Asia and also Siberia in their worship of the elementary symbols: sun, moon, and sky gods. A crescent in essence shows a strong, bold statement that it is time to begin recognizing oneself in the waking life, and it ensures that the images you portray to others is of power and resilience.
Cross: Any cross implies difficulties in various facets of our lives. In order to fully understand what this means in your dream, it is important to look at what the cross means to society in general, so you can gain some solid analysis of your dream. The cross gives great rise to many symbols. In a nutshell, the cross shows lessons that need to be learnt. If we consider that the cross in Christianity symbolizes suffering and crucifixion, and finally of the Tau, which signifies perfection, in the spiritual world, the upper arms of the cross show anguish, distress and disappointment, but also perfection. The cross in a dream indicates a complete journey of the soul from the start to the end, with key learning experiences on the road of life. If you have seen a picture of a cross in your dream with the figure of Christ, then this represents your need to sacrifice yourself for others. If you do not see a picture of the cross with Christ, then this clearly shows the need to recognize your life more, and it is time to begin learning lessons in life that will make you richer as a person. Dreaming of any cross, whether that is a hot cross bun or a necklace, has the same meaning, referring to the fact that it is time to really find yourself and follow the path to better things. Enjoy life!
Square: people in life will make sure that you know they are the boss.
Simply, this symbol shows that it is time now to enjoy life. Another joint meaning of this dream is demonstrated in your working life. It sometimes shows that you feel things are going well, but you wish to progress further. The cross in your dream shows that an important time is coming into your life.
Feelings that you may have encountered during a dream of shapes.
Happy. Enjoying. Having fun. Content. Barred. Upset. Scared. Sad.