Dream meaning » village

To dream that you are in a village, denotes that you will enjoy good health and find yourself fortunately provided for.

To revisit the village home of your youth, denotes that you will have pleasant surprises in store and favorable news from absent friends.

If the village looks dilapidated, or the dream indistinct, it foretells that trouble and sadness will soon come to you.

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If we were raised in a small town, a dream about a village can relate to our childhood. A village can also symbolize everything from the community we have at our workplace to the global community.

The Big Dictionary of Dreams » Martha Clarke
The Big Dictionary of Dreams » Martha Clarke

A village denotes, in general, a desire for peace and tranquility; you may be looking for closer ties with the people around and to enjoy a more relaxed family life. However, if the village is abandoned it signals that the subject cannot solve their problems and must find new ways to reach fruition.

If quaint and sunny, then an honest and straightforward personality of the dreamer transpires.

If it is abandoned in favor of the city there is the possibility of professional improvement (although, at present, job matters are not the first concern in the protagonist’s life).

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

If your dream featured a seaside village, it predicts temporary difficulties; a mountain village promises unexpected gain; and a country village forecasts solid achievement.

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