A figure wearing a hood in a dream will always appear to be slightly menacing. While not necessarily being evil, there may be a part of us that has been threatened. The hood can also represent that part of ourselves that, if withdrawn, is creating a problem. An aspect of our personality may be invisible […]
Traditionally, for a woman to be wearing a hood in dreams suggested that she was keeping her motives hidden and may have been being deceitful. It still largely has this symbolism today. If a man is wearing a hood, it suggests that he is withdrawing his energy from a situation. Equally, in its more advanced […]
For a young woman to dream that she is wearing a hood, is a sign she will attempt to allure some man from rectitude and bounden duty.
Servant hood, Job 19:16
The hood represented all things hidden and therefore came to represent death and, by association, invisibility. It would now indicate that certain aspects of spiritual knowledge are held invisible until the time is right.
1. Desire to return to the happy-go-lucky times of childhood. 2. Impressed with the skill of someone else. 3. A solution to a problem that in reality seems insoluble.
(A canopy with drapes covering one’s bed; Mosquito net; Transparent hood) In a dream, the canopy that drapes over one’s bed represents a good woman or a well mannered man. In a dream, a canopy also may represent one’s wife, or it could mean affiiction, grief, distress or darkness. (Also see Bed; Couch; Mattress)
Traditionally, if the eyes are beautiful they represent peace. Closed eyes are said to represent fear and an unwillingness to see clearly. Crossed eyes may be a subconscious warning about someone’s character or integrity. In general, eyes represent perception and self examination. If you injure your eyes, worry about them, or damage them in one […]
A dream of a hooded figure means you need more time to plan for a real life project or endeavor.
1. A sense or feeling that deception is occurring; use caution in matters of trust. 2. A need or desire for protection for a secret or simply a need to hide—usually emotionally, often socially. 3. Slang for neighborhood, immediate environment. 4. Short for hoodlum.