When the moon has illuminated in your dreams it brings a very powerful message of inner divine energy. The moons gravitational force unconsciously guides you towards eternity, renewal, feminine, CIRCLE or the dark side of Nature herself.
The moons cycles are powerful symbolic metaphors relating to the emotional pulls that belong to you and others around you. It’s mysterious nature allows the dreamer to explore their Intuition, Hidden Creative Talents and Higher Consciousness.
Moon Dream Meaning
Ever since the beginning of time humans have been fascinated by the moon and has played an integral part in astrology, mythology, religion and movies. The moon reflects a unconscious force towards the feminine – The Mother Goddess is guiding you towards a new cycle of life. The specific phase of the moon depicted in your dream contains a hidden message implying either starting or ending this transition.
There is an unconscious magnetic force pulling you towards something that needs to be acknowledged. Negative associations involving the moon in your dream might connect to emotional disturbances linking back to your mother.
Moon Dream Symbolism:
- Yin energy
- Bridging unconscious and consciousness
Moon Dreams: Life’s Cycles
The symbol of the moon often enigmatic. She wants you to understand your true nature in order to become whole. Its close connection the Sun (masculine), water (emotion) suggesting major conscious shifts occurring. In fact these cycles may include menstrual, conscious shifts, emotional, and human stages.
The new moon can be interpreted as infancy, the crescent symbolic of youth and adolescence, and the full moon reflects maturity, completion, or pregnancy. The warning moon the amount of light area decreases (or the darkened area increases) brings forth ending of a phase.
Women menstrual cycles might be associated with the lunar cycle – both are 28 days in length.
Moon Dreams: Emotional Changes
In astrology the moon is associated with the emotional body, providing us with moodiness, happiness and fulfillment. The moon and emotions have played a huge part in superstition which many still believe that affects people’s emotions and behaviors.
Since our bodies are made up of mostly water, the moon in our dream becomes a powerful symbol of something that is pulling our energy towards the source. Similar to the tide being pulled and pushed the moon is in charge of these emotional shifts in our live.
Dreams of the moon can symbolize the magnetic pull that is bringing emotions to the surface. These are unconscious (feminine) emotions that need to be accepted within oneself.
Like the symbol of the yin and yang there needs to be balance of energy to live in harmony. The full moon might imply changes of behaviors, moodiness and tiredness.
Luna: The Mother Goddess
The moon is the female (feminine) counterpart of the sun (masculine) – relates to the androgynous nature of the psyche. In ancient Roman religion and myth, Luna, or in Greek mythology Selene; is the divine personification of the Moon.
Once her powers are awaken, becoming conscious to the dreamer; there will be an increase of creativity, intuition and psychic power. These thoughts, feelings and emotions manifest unconsciously through the night – hence being associated with the moon.
From a psychological stand point the moon might imply the man’s inner woman or the anima – the female within the male. If the relationship is distorted or distant, the context of the dream might be a nightmarish setting.
With no connection to his feminine side he will feel depressed, dull and neurotic. However, a man who is conscious of the relationship becomes full of life, as he illuminates like the sun off the moon.
In astrological terms the moon symbolizes the inner self, the emotions, security, and the unconscious. It is a mirror of the true self, represented by the Sun. Offering protection as it circles around the sun sending you light.
Crescent Moon Dreams: Virgin Mary
In the Christian text shows the Virgin Mary enthroned on the lunar or sickle moon. The moon has always been represented as the symbol of Mary, as she provides and reflects the light of the sun (Christ). A biblical symbol of fertility, rebirth and divine epiphanies.
The Biblical meaning of the moon in our dream explains that the moon was created to give light to the Earth. In your dream this might be hinting at a closer connection with God as he is closer with you during the darker times.
In Genesis 1:16-17 (Bible Moon) – “God made two great lights, the sun and the moon, to shine down upon the earth. He also made the stars. God sent these lights in the heavens to light the earth.” Rev. 12:1 who has the “moon under her feet”.
Common Moon Dreams
Full Moon Dream Meaning
Dreaming of a full moon might to connect the dreamer to shifts, enlightenment (see full circle) or emotional changes. These dreams might be hinting at the hidden, mysterious aspect of yourself. Bringing your attention to the feminine attributes, creativity and psychic energy.
Two Full Moons Dream Meaning
Dreaming of two moons is a rare yet an ambiguous symbol representing being pulled by two opposing forces in your life. This strong pull might throw the dreamer out of balance and harmony relating to love, moods, feminine energy, relationships. Since this is unconscious the dreamer needs to figure out who or what is causing this gravitational force from pulling you towards something.
Three Moons Dream Meaning
Dreaming of three moods is a very iconic symbol of the TRIAD or Triangle that contains elements of change and transformation in ones life. A whole number with a beginning, middle and end. Possibly ending on phase, death and rebirth or completion.
Multiple Moons Dream Meaning
Noticing four or five moons in your dreams connects the dreamer to the feminine. A major pull or shift or transformation might be alluding you towards the YIN energy or unconscious energy. For generations, astronomers have suggested the possibility that Earth may have more than one moon.
Blood in dreams is often synonymous with passion, life blood, fire or anger. The “blood moon” occurs when Earth’s moon is in a total lunar eclipse. Dreaming of a blood moon might be related to a woman’s menstrual cycle or connects to the unknown, dark or shadow side – repressed unconscious emotions. This might also bring the dreamers attention to beginnings, endings, or spiritual disconnection.