The meaning of Giant in dream | Dream interpretation
1- Dreaming about giants may mean we are coming to terms with some of the repressed feelings we had about adults when we were children. They may have seemed larger than life or frightening in some wav.
/2- Giants and ogres often represent the emotion of anger, particularly masculine anger. This can be confronted in dreams where perhaps we cannot do this in waking life.
3- Primordial power.
1. Battle between the dreamer and some adversary.
2. A problem that looks impossible to solve.
(Aggrandizement; Colossal; Death; Hulk; Magnification) If one sees his body grown to be gigantic and beyond the normal size in a dream, it means his death.
Material aspects: Dreaming about giants may mean we are coming to terms with some of the repressed feelings we had about adults when we were children. They may have seemed larger than life or frightening in some way. You might also like to consult the entries for anger, monster and size.
Psychological / emotional perspective: Giants and ogres often represent the emotion of anger, particularly masculine anger. This can be confronted in dreams where perhaps we cannot do this in waking life.
Vision: Seeing a giant: if you can make friends with the people you hope will help, a major business transaction will succeed.
If the giant is your friend: you are going to be very successful.
If the giant is threatening you: in the end a risky transaction will fall through. See Tall, Big.
Depth Psychology: The giant, considered a symbol of male sexuality, is warning you to beware of uncontrolled instincts. Sometimes the dream is a sign of superiority (if you are the giant) or of inferiority (if someone else is the giant). This is a very important dream and should be analyzed further! See Gnome.
A dream of being a giant yourself is warning you against any speculative ventures for the time being.
Meeting a giant boldly is a promise of future success; killing a giant signifies an increase in material wealth; to see a giant trampling over others or pushing them aside indicates obstacles which you can overcome through determination and perseverance.
A giant is a large spiritual enemy that you will need God’s power to overcome, 1 Sam. 17:4
A giant is a particularly large version of a human being. Such a creature symbolically represents an inflated or expanded version of any number of concepts. Consider what the giant or giants are doing in the dream to determine how to interpret the dream.
If the dream is frightening, you may be experiencing more fear than a situation truly merits in your waking life.
If the giant in your dream is more benevolent, you may be asking for a certain aspect of your personality to get bigger in order to face a particular situation.
A giant represents primordial power, somewhat overwhelming in its force.
A reflection of the “David and Goliath” archetype.
Dreaming of meeting a giant implies meeting challenges boldly and with confidence. Killing a giant is an omen of success beyond your wildest dreams.
Dreaming of being a giant sometimes indicates overconfidence. Be cautious of any new enterprises at this time.
An archetypal symbol of an overpowering father figure, but also of the universal beings that usually appear in the plural (“they” have no individuality). They are the antithesis to the gods, with whom they are in constant battle. They know only sensual pleasures and are greedy. See Monster, Dinosaur.
According to Jung, in a child’s dream the giant represents adulthood. In that sense, giants are a symbol of future changes and growth that, in a young person’s perception, appear “gigantic.”
Childhood feelings about grown-ups, especially the frightening side of parents.
Dreams of a giant symbolize power, strength, and dominance. This dream is about how you handle and manage your power. Consider whether you abuse it or if you use it to empower those around you.
If you feel small in comparison to a giant, then you are venting your feelings about inferiority, inadequacy, victimhood, and powerlessness.
Giants can be good and friendly symbols (e.g., “the jolly Green Giant”) or a fierce and terrifying one (e.g., the “fee fie foe fum” ogre in the story “Jack and the Bean Stalk”). They also symbolize what is outstandingly large and overwhelming in the dreamer’s life, such as a “gigantic” obstacle.
Great difficulty to be encountered. But meet it with boldness. Then it will vanish. This indicates that you will have an enemy of the most dreadful character.
If a large, frightening giant, fear or self-doubt has grown out of proportion. Making mountains out of molehills.
If a giant building, tree, or vehicle, indicates tremendous potential within you. Meaning depends upon context of dream; whether giant is threatening or magnificent.
One of the many obstacle omens. It signifies difficulties that can be overcome if met boldly, but the result depends on the circumstances of the dream.
To dream of a giant appearing suddenly before you, denotes that there will be a great struggle between you and your opponents.
If the giant succeeds in stopping your journey, you will be overcome by your enemy.
If he runs from you, prosperity and good health will be yours.
To dream of a giant means that you feel insecure and have an inferiority complex.
To see a giant in your dream symbolizes a great struggle between you and your opponents.
We can say that in the most profound and ancestral aspect, the myth of the giant refers to the existence of an enormous living being, primordial, whose sacrifice originated creation. The giant’s figure—prevalent in ancient cosmological cultures—is neither benevolent nor malevolent, it is simply a quantitative magnification of the ordinary reality; therefore, as appropriate, there are legendary protective and aggressive giants. In Jungian psychology, their presence seems to correspond with the symbol of the father, representing the spirit that places obstacles to the instinctive impulses. Other interpretations assign a sexual nature to the giant. This dream can mean that the subject’s sexual needs are disproportionate.
The oneiric giants portend commercial successes.
Gift The exchange of gifts reflects the relationship you have with the environment. Dreaming that someone makes you a gift could mean that others take you into consideration and offer you help or that there will be an unexpected or unasked for event in your life. In either case, it is an omen of good luck, as much as in material issues as in love. In contrast, if you give someone a gift, there are two opposing interpretations. On the one hand, it indicates that you are generous. On the other, it is synonymous with tensions and disputes of any kind. The way in which the present is wrapped and what it is made of supplies valuable additional information.
Receiving a gift in dreams could foretell disadvantages. But, if you give it, it means that you will soon start a new project.