To dream of a jay-bird, foretells pleasant visits from friends and interesting gossips. To catch a jay-bird, denotes pleasant, though unfruitful, tasks. To see a dead jay-bird, denotes domestic unhappiness and many vicissitudes.
To see a yellow bird flying is an omen of good luck in financial affairs but not in affairs of the heart. Should the bird land on you in a friendly manner, this denotes some short-lived ill fortune. To see a yellow bird sick or dying foretells disaster in your affairs.
Birds represent physical and emotional freedom. They can also represent religious feelings. Some more meanings: Dreams of black birds represent the “dark side” of the dreamer’s personality. To dream of bird poop is a lucky omen, foretelling good fortune. To see bird eggs in your dream symbolizes money. To see birds hatching in your dream […]
The masculine principle, the spiritual bird of fame and the dawn are all part of the significance of this bird.
Figurative of god’s loving care and protection, i.E. A hen gathers her chicks under her wings for safety; if a bird, see “bird”
To dream of shooting a bird augurs accomplishment of purpose; to shoot and miss is ominous; to shoot a bird of prey forecasts triumph over enemies (Raphael).
To dream you are in a cage represents feeling trapped in a situation or relationship. Also see “Aviary”.
Birds in dreams usually represent freedom, imagination, thoughts and ideas which, by their nature, need freedom to be able to become evident. Dreaming of them in particular scenarios has the following meanings: a caged bird can indicate restraint or entrapment. A bird flying freely represents aspirations and desires and possibly the spirit soaring towards the […]
A fortunate dream denoting happiness and fidelity at home (Artemidorus). Originally an erotic symbol as the bird of Aphrodite, it became at a later date the bird of holiness, symbolizing the sacrificial offerings of the Hebrews. In the great Upanishads the human spirit is represented as a dove.
In a dream, a cage maker represents a builder, a tailor, marriage, a teacher, a prison guard or a weaver.