If you want to be aware of what will happen in the future in order to be ready for them, you should pay attention to your dreams and be careful of all the details. In order to find the dream interpretation of the tattoo, you should pay attention to some factors such as the place of the tattoo.
Some times finding the most accurate interpretation of dreams becomes so hard but the best way to do so is to answer some questions about the dream. for example, in the case of tattoo dream some questions like who is the dreamer? or which part of the body has a tattoo? should be answered. In this post, we have prepared all possible dream interpretations of tattoo in different religions.
Dream Interpretation of Tattoo in Islam
A person sees his hands tattooed with henna
In Islam, if a person sees his hands tattooed with henna in a dream, it denotes that the dreamer cheats to earn his livelihood, or that he tricks others to get what he needs. As a result, he will be exposed and his enemy will rejoice at his misfortune.
A woman sees her hands tattooed
If a woman dreams that her hands are tattooed, it indicates that she will trick someone to repossess her rightfully owned jewelry in her real life. If the tattoo is made with gold in the dream, it signifies three possible messages which are: performing an old but a polite trick, she is giving her money to her husband, or her husband will bring her joy. If the tattoo is done with mud in the dream, it represents praising Allah Almighty.
A woman sees the lines of her tattoo mixing together
If a woman sees the lines of her tattoo mixing together, or as though the dye has started to run in the dream, it is a bad omen indicating difficulties with her children in real life.
A woman sees her feet tattooed
If a woman sees her feet tattooed in a dream, it implies that she will suffer from an abusive husband or her husband will die.
A man sees his feet tattooed
The interpretation of such dreams is that he will be tried with family problems or his parents will die.
Dream Interpretation of Tattoo in Zhou-gong’s Dream Dictionary
The dream interpretation of doing a tattoo in China is that the dreamer would experience endurable trouble caused by family difficulties.
Your body appearing tattooed
To dream that your body appearing tattooed means that some difficulty will cause you to make a long and tedious absence from your home.
Tattoos on others
Seeing tattoos on others in a dream heralds that strange loves will make you an object of jealousy.
Being a tattooist
The dream interpretation of being a tattooist is that you will estrange yourself from friends because of your fancy for some strange experience.
The symbolic interpretation of tattoo
Symbolically, a tattoo in a dream may serve as a sign designating sex, tribe and social status, and, also, as a personal adornment. As both men and women will now have tattoos done, the symbolism of any particular dream tattoo will be easily interpreted. The position of the tattoo and its spiritual symbolism – its connection with a system of belief – may give us insights.
The spiritual interpretation of tattoo
In spiritual terms a tattoo in a dream can represent a group identity, belonging to a tribe or cult. It will be on a more intimate level than wearing a badge.
A number of dream interpreters and psychologists have believed that a tattoo in dreams can also foretell something that has left an indelible impression. This could be great hurt, but could also be a good memory. Sometimes, the image that is tattooed is worth interpreting if it can be seen clearly. The color and design of the tattoo can be important.
Having a tattoo done
A tattoo in dreams will stand for an aspect of our individuality. We wish to be seen as different. To be having a tattoo done in dreams is an indication showing that we are prepared to suffer for this.
having a tattoo removed
The dream meaning of having a tattoo removed is that we have rejected some former belief or credo.
- Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted (Gustavus Hindman Miller)
- The A To Z Of Dream Interpretations, What Dreams Reveal About Our Lives, Loves And Deepest Fears (Pamela J.Ball)
- A Dictionary Of Symbols (J.E.Cirlot)