Eating an apple symbolizes the wish to take in information or knowledge. This has an obvious connection with eve’s temptation of adam. As with many natural symbols, the phrases we use in the everyday can give rise to dream images. Thus to be giving someone an apple can suggest showing appreciation, whereas to pick up […]
Spiritually the apple is the fruit of temptation, yet it is also a magical fruit containing the seeds of knowledge and awareness. An apple suggests a new beginning and a freshness of approach. In many traditions it is the fruit of immortality. Apple blossom is a chinese symbol of peace and beauty.
In a dream, apples represent beautiful children. An apple in a dream also denotes one’s determination and good will. To a king, apples in a dream represent his kingdom. To a merchant, they represent his merchandise, and to a farmer theyrepresent his crop. Eating apples in a dreammeans determination. Eating a sweet apple in a […]
Dreaming of a juicy red apple, especially if you eat it, represents success in a future endeavor. A rotten apple warns the dreamer that something they want could be harmful to them. It also signifies false friendship. If you dream of eating a green apple, it means you might have to work harder and longer […]
To dream of a candy apple (aka a caramel apple) is very lucky. You will be successful in a future endeavor.
Figurative of wisdom and favor; research the color, if revealed, i.E. The “apple” of one’s eye; see “apple”
Smelling an apple inside a mosque in a dream means getting married. If a woman sees herself smelling an apple during a reception in a dream, it denotes her misconduct, and that she could commit an abominable sin during that same evening. (Also see Nose)
This simple and basic fruit is a powerful symbol in religious writings, literature and in dreams. It fundamentally represents knowledge and the freedom that are associated with it. With knowledge and freedom we are in a position to make positive or negative choices. The apple should be interpreted with the consideration of all the other […]
Favor, i.E. The “apple” of one’s eye
Ripe apples augur success in trade, love, etc.; green apples, the contrary. The gypsy influence is distinctly traceable in the folk-lore of the apple as coloring the dream. It confers immortal youth in the fairy-tale, golden apples, love apples, etc., while in Christian symbolism it represents the fall from Eden, the sin that made Christ’s […]