Blood dream meaning

Dreaming of Blood Meaning And Interpretation

A dream that involves blood shows that it is time to face your own fears. Blood indicates life force, happiness, life energy, spirits, and the essence of humanity.

This dream can also suggest deep love, emotion, passion, and minor disappointments. To see the word "blood" written on a mirror or wall in your dream means a situation cannot be changed. To see anything else written in the blood usually indicates that you are putting a lot of energy into a particular project.

In your dream you may have

  • Seen blood.
  • Been bleeding.
  • Encountered a tampon covered in blood.
  • Experienced or seen a blood transfusion.
  • Noticed blood stains.
  • Had blood on your hands.

Positive changes are afoot if

  • The blood reveals your own passions and lusts.
  • The blood spiritually connects you to your surroundings.
  • Your own blood is drawn and you feel no pain.
  • The dream included a positive experience with blood.

Detailed dream interpretation

Blood featured in your dream is sometimes positive because it is associated with love and loyalty. To see the blood of others represents your occasional difficulty for adulthood. This fear is what holds you back both spiritually and emotionally. The dream can show that it is time you take on your spiritual well-being, and make sure that you can achieve all the things you have set out to do. If this is a problem, then this dream attempts to reveal the reasons. If a man dreams of bleeding in any way, it shows that his masculinity has been questioned because he is showing an extreme amount of the feminine quality of emotion.

To dream of a tampon covered in blood, or about your menstrual cycle (period) means that you are worrying unnecessarily. To have your menstruation in the dream means that tension in the waking life is soon to come to an end. If your dream featured a sanitary towel or fabric covered in blood, then things are going to be forgotten quickly in regards to a family argument.

A blood transfusion in your dream can indicate the following: saving yourself from a difficult situation, extreme change, sudden rescue from death, and adaptation. To lose blood can signify a loss of love, but can also indicate a need for spiritual surrender. Is there something in your life at the moment that you need to sacrifice? In the 1930s, the dream dictionaries said that a blood transfusion is normally classified as a spiritual enrichment. Blood-stained clothing indicates that there are enemies who want to tear down your successful career. Make sure you are aware of anyone at work that may not be all that they seem!

Blood on the ground in a dream indicates that the dreamer should be careful of unusual or new friendships. To see blood flowing from a cut or the body indicates physical ailments and being anxious. Dreaming of blood on walls indicates poor business strategy either at work or in your personal negotiations with others.

To notice blood on your hands is a positive omen, indicating luck. If you wash it off, then you need to be careful with your own affairs. Someone who is injured and losing blood in your dream can indicate a situation in waking life where you feel someone is depressed, and you need to cheer them up! If you are bleeding in your dream, this can indicate you feel weakened or tired psychologically, emotionally, or physically.

Have you been feeling that something is sapping your energy, time or concentration? To dream that you bleed as a result of someone else hurting you can mean you are feeling threatened in some way, either expressively, spiritually, or physically in the real world, or you may need to look at things from a different perspective in the future. To lose blood in your dream represents that you may be tired in your waking life and that you feel emotional. If you dream you are in the hospital and you see blood, it means that past actions may haunt you.

Feelings that you may have encountered during a dream of blood

Scared. Terrified. Upset. Ready. Handy. Helpful. Intimate. Confused.

By Flo Saul
Oct 4, 2012