Camouflage has the effect of making an object disappear or appear to be something else. The symbolism is therefore of information deliberately hidden or occluded.
Whereas camouflage in nature is a spontaneous occurrence, in man it is a more deliberate act and for many is associated with war or dangerous situations. There may be a threat to our integrity or sense of control.
To dream that you are in camouflage suggests you are hiding your true self and feelings. You are hiding who you really are.
Restoration in some area of one’s life; research accordingly, i.E. Anatomical location, if clothing; see “clothing”
(Clothing) Wearing a linen shirt in a dream means living an honorable life, earning lawful money and savings. (Also see Clothing)
1. A down-to-earth, unpretentious individual (patched clothing). 2. Reverse: wealth and prosperity, security (patched clothing). 3. To conceal a questionable trait or urges.
We may wish to camouflage our feelings from others, to get lost or even to hide our opinions. In everyday life we need to retain our anonymity, to create a facade for ourselves. Conversely, there may be safety in numbers if we join a group of like-minded people.
(Attire; Goodwill; Secondhand) Buying used clothing in a dream means poverty, but selling worn garments in a dream means good deeds, for in that case, one repels his aggravation or unwarranted adversities. A thrift shop salesperson in a dream represents a layman. Selling used clothing in a dream also means putting an end to one’s […]
Any type of clothing, especially shirts, generally represent our worldly appearance or status. At times, they may represent our attitudes toward ourselves and others. Mostly, they represent the way that we appear to the world. They are not symbolic of our private self but rather of our public self. A poor man wears a different […]
Clothing generally represent our worldly appearance or status. At times, it may represent our attitudes toward ourselves and others. Mostly, it represent the way that we appear to the world. Clothes are not symbolic of our private self, but rather of our public self. A poor man wears different clothes than a rich man. A […]