(Small hawk) In a dream, a kite means an insouciant or a languorous ruler who is audacious, defiled and stouthearted. Ifone catches and trains a wild kite to hunt for him and he finds that it is not obeying him or holding fast to his wrist in a dream, it means that he will bear […]
A kite flying freely and easily in clear skies indicates the attainment of your highest dreams, whether you were the one flying the kite or were simply observing. If the kite string breaks, or the wind stops dead and the kite crashes to the ground, be prepared for everything you hope for to fall through […]
(Aircraft; Soar) In a dram, a kite represents exaltedness, rising in station, determination, or gaining respect. A kite in a dream also means being dismissed, or banished, or it could mean sorcery and magic. If one sees himself playing with a kite in a dream, it means that he might suffer from a spell ofblack […]
Whether you flew a kite or observed others doing it, you can expect to achieve your highest hopes if the kite flew easily. The happy omen is increased if your dream included children. However, if the string broke or the kite was damaged or blew away, you should be prepared for disappointment due to your […]
To dream of flying a kite, denotes a great show of wealth, or business, but with little true soundness to it all. To see the kite thrown upon the ground, foretells disappointment and failure. To dream of making a kite, you will speculate largely on small means and seek to win the one you love […]
Making a kite warns the dreamer not to speculate. To fly a kite indicates a desire to be an extrovert.
To dream of flying a kite can remind us of the carefree days of childhood when we were without responsibility. Often the colour is important, as may be the material from which it is made. In more mundane terms, to be flying a kite may suggest ambition and career goals.
A kite represents our need for, or recognition of, forthcoming spiritual freedom. In chinese lore, the kite symbolized the wind. We need to be free of constraints and to be ‘pulling our own strings’, while remaining grounded. The bird of prey also soars with the wind, and again represents freedom.
(Also see Hunter; Kite’; Sparrow)