Uncover Hidden Dream Meanings

The navel is the source of life as a baby as it is tied to the umbilical cord and those that have dreams of the navel are in for a treat.

This dream is indicative of good fortune, a love affair, of positive changes being afoot according to old folklore. The navel in dreams is in my view connected to rebirth. There might be a slight weakening sense of masculinity if you dream that strange things are attached to your navel. A dream of poking your navel or staring at this is related it to a personal crisis which is nothing to do with friends or family.

In most dream books, navels are known to represent the self. In some cases navels are connected to our relationships and satisfaction. Thus, for your partner to satisfy your needs, or be a better partner, they may need to rediscover themselves first and be the person they need to be. On the other hand, a navel at times normally refers to a personal relationship with your mother. It could be that a maternal figure is what is controlling the way someone in your life is behaving in a relationship and this has put a strain on an otherwise strong relationship.

When there is focus on your navel, it is almost always good news for you. The only time that the navel dream is considered a warning is when your navel is sucked in a dream, or non-existent. If you notice your navel going inward or that you have no navel, this can be a sign that you need to focus on your needs right now. Not entirely bad, but it means that you are not being cared for.

In other cases where the navel dream is a good thing it is usually showing you that good things are coming into your life. If you have a large or extruding navel in a dream it means that a new relationship is coming your way – usually someone from your past will come back into your life. When you think about your navel in a dream or are obsessed with your navel it is a sign of fertility and growth of a family. When the navel is moving or growing it shows that you will find some money or win money. This is also the case when things are coming out of your navel (such as lint, water, or seeds).

What does blood from the navel mean in a dream?

To see your nasal bleeding can be quite a disturbing dream. Blood is associated with rebirth and regeneration. Even though the dream itself might be a complete nightmare, seeing blood in the navel is quite a positive omen according to ancient English folklore.

What is mean to dream of two navels?

Seeing two navels indicates two new opportunities on the horizon. In my opinion, belly buttons are representative of rebirth and regeneration. It means that new choices are coming your way. When I researched my bookshelf of ancient dream dictionaries belly buttons represent a new start in a new beginning.

What does it mean to dream of a large belly button?

Seeing a large naval in a dream indicates that there is a massive opportunity coming away. This is very positive dream and a new start is on the horizon.

What does it mean to dream of navel piercing?

Seeing or having your navel pierced during a dream illustrates that somebody is going to delay a new beginning for you. Trust your intuition! I mention this because I believe that if you dream of your navel being pierced it can indicate that your six sense will show you the best way to move forward.

In this dream you may have

  • Seen a navel. (belly button)
  • Found something in your navel.
  • Felt or saw your navel growing.
  • Thought about your navel.
  • Your navel popped out. (as in pregnancy)
  • Someone said something about your navel. (or pointed out your navel)

Positive changes are afoot if

  • Your navel becomes larger.
  • You feel your navel moving.
  • Someone else pointed at your navel.

This dream is in association with the following scenarios in your life

  • Playing the lottery or games of chance.
  • Looking for love.
  • Needing to take care of yourself – feeling run down.

Feelings that you may have encountered during a dream of a navel

Intrigue. Worry. Fear. Disbelief. Wonder. Racing Thoughts. Scared. Fascination. Focus. Happiness.

By Florance Saul
Oct 12, 2012