Dream meaning of halo

To dream that you have a halo signifies that you are a perfectionist. Alternatively, it represents some significant spiritual development and supernatural energy.

SYMBOLISM SYMBOLISM
The aureole, nimbus or halo is a luminous circle like a crown with which the ancients invested their deities and which Christians accord to the holy. It is a visual expression of irradiating, supernatural force, or, sometimes, more simply, of intellectual energy in its mystic aspect; the fact that the Ancients almost invariably equated intelligence with light is proof enough of this. Other kinds of halos are spherical in form: the Moslems, for example, often made use of the pearl to represent paradise and their belief was that the blessed, each one united with his houri, live in pearls. The halo is equated with the cage and, in particular, with the sphere itself.
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A dream of oneself with a halo may signify that perfection is a goal for the dreamer. Alternatively, it may represent an exaggerated “holier than thou” attitude.

The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams » Stearn Robinson & Tom Corbett
The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams » Stearn Robinson & Tom Corbett

To see someone wearing a halo in your dream indicates sad news; if you were wearing the halo, it predicts foreign travel; if you dreamed of taking off a halo, you can expect some kind of improvement in business or financial matters. A halo of lights seen around an object signifies a praiseworthy accomplishment. 

Dream Dictionary » Eve Adamson & Gayle Williamson
Dream Dictionary » Eve Adamson & Gayle Williamson

To have a halo in a dream symbolizes your recent behavior: you’ve been good—very, very good. You’ve done something for someone else with no thought to yourself, and now your dream is patting you on the back.

If you see yourself with a halo and some spiritual figure—an angel, saint, or religious person—tells you something or signals to you, you may need to focus more on your spiritual development. Or you might just have a divine mission. Ancient people would take such a dream very seriously, as a message from the higher realm.

To see a halo over someone else symbolizes your reverence and admiration for that person. Halos around people or objects can also portend a significant event surrounding whatever has a halo. Something really big or amazing might be about to happen.

To see a halo around an angel or religious figure means your spiritual life needs attention. Have you been “worshipping” material things? Have you gone astray in your spiritual journey?

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