Uncover Hidden Dream Meanings
Seeing the sails of a boat in your dream is the symbol of freedom.
Sails symbolize the power that shifts us all. This is a powerful omen of change, and this dream usually refers to positive changes ahead. The sails also represent the available forces in your life that can help you navigate properly. Dreaming of old fashioned sails refers to one's outdated methods. Color is important; therefore, you should pay attention to the color of the sails in your dream. Dreaming of sails also suggests that your decisions are guided in the waking life.
Sails guide a ship and are moved by the wind; therefore, they represent the power of mind that guides a person in life. Seeing sails in a dream portend the beginning of a journey. Sails can also be an omen that your business will be soon revived and you will enjoy working on it very much. A heap of sails means your hopes are in vain.
In your dream you may have
- You see the sails of a boat.
- Beautiful sails.
- Old fashioned sails.
- Torn sails.
- A heap of sails.
- Various colors sails.
Advice from your dream
- Be ready for a long trip ahead.
- Feel happiness while sailing in your dream.
- It is spring; new ventures are positive.
- You follow a clear path of action.
Detailed dream interpretation
Seeing sails in a dream announces big changes ahead, but good changes, filled with luck and pleasures. But, torn sails are the sign of misfortune and bad luck, and they can foretell separation from a loved one.
A short interpretation of the various colors of sails in your dream
- Red sails represent inner passion, but also your anger.
- Orange sails represent tranquility, balance, and healing. They omen good news
- Yellow sails represent inspiration, clarity, excellence, stillness, virtuousness, self-esteem, awareness, and new beginnings.
- Green sails represent a new approach to life with hope.
- Blue sails represent healing. Pale blue brings harmony and, like the sea, it implies a lack of restrictions. Negatively, it can symbolize sadness, as associated with the 'blues', every now and then.
- Purple sails represent spiritual success, especially the growth of your spiritual knowledge.
- Black sails represent sadness. It is time to think more positively!
- White sails represent purity and virginity. Fresh starts are associated with this color. Innocence, immaturity, or impoverishment of the feeling life is also connected. White symbolizes power and the reflection of the absolute in life. White occurs both as an aggressive color, as well as the color of innocence. As a dream image, you should always remember that white is slightly soiled.
- Brown sails suggest that it is time to get grounded and be aware of the responsibilities in your life.
- Pink sails represent broken promises and the realization of your hopes, if not now, then certainly in a few months. Patience will help you better, rather than violence.
- Burgundy sails suggest that great wealth is on its way, including success and prosperity. You have great potential.
- Beige, or nude-colored sails represent life’s basic needs, the essentials that you need to survive.
- Rose sails suggest it is time to elaborate on the desire for lightness in love and passion in your relationship.
- Gray sails indicate that a slow period in the dreamer’s time is coming. New beginnings are going to be hard to move forward for a while.
- A swirl of color (or a wheel of color) sails represent great joy, happiness, and achievement, but also luck in money and love.
- Gold sails represent your sacred rewards, but they can also show riches are coming, as well as refinement and enhancement in your life.
- Silver sails suggest that helping others is going to become important to you. It also means justice.
- Indigo sails indicate that you will have mysticism and divine protection. It also means deceit.
- Peach sails suggest that love with wisdom is on its way.
Feelings that you may have encountered during a dream of sails
Having fun. Surprised. Happy. Content. Afraid. Amazed. Curious. Enjoying. Fearful. Worried.
Admiring. In love.
By Flo Saul
Nov 18, 2012