The meaning of Yellow in dream | Dream interpretation
2. If dull and murky, may represent problems.
(Color) Wearing a yellow silken garment in a dream means a sickness.
If a warrior sees himself wearing a yellow silken garment in a dream, it means that he will be decorated for his chivalry. Yellow in a dream also represents strains.
(Also see Colors; Paleness)
(see Colors, Gold, Sun)
A color strongly associated with the element of air, this represents the mind and your ideals.
Bright: An extroverted personality who gains much energy from being around people and is very upbeat.
Depending on the shade observed, this may also symbolize cowardice.
Jaundiced yellow reflects the need to get some sun, metaphorically stressing a reconnection with one’s masculine, logical nature.
Depending on the details of the dream, the color yellow could have positive or negative connotations.
If the dream has a pleasant or happy mood the yellow could represent enthusiasm, energy, vigor, and harmony. However, if the dream had an undesirable tone, the yellow could represent fear and the inability to make a decision or take action. See also: Colors
Dreams of yellow signify that you are scared, timid, and afraid. Yellow is also associated with the sun, which stands for power, illumination, summertime, lightness of being, optimism and light. Consider the feeling tone. See Color.
If the color yellow is featured prominently in your dream, you are now or will be soon experiencing a time of happiness and good energy.
A problem or puzzle to be solved. Possible setbacks. Astrological parallels: Gemini. Also, for Gold: Leo
Lightness of feeling; intellect; extroversion; cowardice.
If turning yellow, may indicate fear; lacking the courage of convictions.
Refers to intuition and intellect (also in the sense of awareness). Symbol for the color of the sun.
Yellow also stands for irritable feelings. It may also be a sign of mental illness that may be expressed, for instance, in the choice of yellow as a dominating color in paintings, such as those of Van Gogh.
The term “Yellow Peril” warns of mental and physical illness. This is a classic example of how a political term with an archetypal meaning has over time led to new associations, regardless of whether others share the same political opinion. Advertising works in a similar way.
If the yellow seems to have a golden tint to it— abundant harvest, intellectual activities. Dark or muddy / dirty yellow, on the other hand, means envy, greed, jealousy, and betrayal.
In Hinduism, yellow symbolizes the light of life; in Buddhism humility and freedom.
Goethe wrote “[Yellow] is a happy, alive, gentle color, but it can easily become uncomfortable and with the addition of even the slightest amount of another color, it becomes devalued, ugly, and dirty.”
The color representing fear
The colour that is closest to daylight. Connected with the emotional self, the attributes are thinking, detachment and judgement.
Yellow in dreams is often thought to be a symbol of the intellect and the ability to think clearly. Therefore a dream that features yellow may indicate the dreamer’s thought processes, suggesting that they are thinking clearly. On the other hand, it may suggest someone who has no positive goals and who is drifting along in life.
If this is the case, the unconscious is urging the dreamer to take steps towards improving their self-confidence so that they can move forward in life.
The traditional association with yellow, however, is cowardice and in dreams, muddier shades of yellow may mean blocked intuition, betrayal and treachery, as well as feelings of fear and cowardice.
If the dream features bright yellow, this can suggest sunniness, joy and optimism in waking life. Yellow, like orange and gold, is associated with the sun and because the sun lights up our world and gives us warmth, these colors often impart a contented, sunny mood. Therefore if bright yellow features strongly in your dream, your unconscious may be encouraging you to cheer up. As a powerful source of energy, the sun also symbolizes intelligence and enlightenment, so if anyone in your dream was wearing yellow, it may have been drawing attention to their intellectual and energetic character. Could the dream have been urging you to adopt some of these qualities in waking life?
A yellow bird or animal may be tied to the notion of being liberated from some aspect of your life. Yellow food or drink may point to the need for extra sustenance to give you a physical or mental energy boost. Yellow flowers and plants are usually linking to creativity and change. Does this color appear in your dreams constantly in association with a certain symbol? If it does, then maybe you will find joy in association with that symbol if you allow yourself to. Keywords: The color yellow has both positive and negative connotations.
If the dream is a pleasant one, then the color yellow is symbolic of intellect, energy, agility, happiness, harmony, and wisdom. On the other hand, if the dream is an unpleasant one, then the color represents cowardice and indecision.
Yellow is a happy, encouraging color. In spite of its gentleness, however, it can easily slide into unpleasantness, because only the slightest addition can quickly make it look dirty, unattractive, greenish, or caustic. Yellow is the color of intuition, premonitions, and perceptions, however much it is easily irritated.
A warm yellow is the color of the radiant energy of the sun, enlightening and wanning at the same time.
Color Therapy: Yellow is a good color in cases of digestive problems, liver and gallbladder problems, diabetes, food allergies, low blood sugar, too much sexual energy, muscle tension and spasms, asthma, and depression.
Depth Psychology: Yellow is a symbol of your optimism, sunny disposition, the light, joy spirit, and your interest in new things. But it is also irritation, envy, extroversion, extreme motivation, and activity.
Yellow is the color of emotions and gut feelings and is appropriately centered in the solar plexus, creating a relationship with this area of the body and the color of the sun.
The solar plexus is where we experience our feelings and the rapid shift from one state to another. Associated with the adrenal glands, yellow connects to adrenaline, the chemical manufactured by the brain that creates anxiety, sudden bursts of energy, and the fight-or-flight response. This is reflected in the use of yellow to indicate caution in signage and traffic management. Of course, many emotional states are very pleasant, which is embodied by our experience of sunlight as warm and comforting.
Yellow is the color of intuition, intelligence, thought, and mental clarity.
This color helps to fight anxiety while awaking creative talent (despite this, yellow is often hated by actors and other artists).
Dressing in yellow in dreams promises future happiness caused by an unforeseen event. According to gypsy tradition, yellow indicates a solar nature able to discern the best of each person and every single thing.
Yellow is the color of the intellect. It represents a positive attitude or outlook. It may also be a sign of cowardliness.
Yellow may symbolize cowardice (‘yellow streak’); consciousness, awareness or intelligence; or - particularly if golden - a promise of something good and life-enhancing, or an intimation of your true self.
Yellow usually represents energy, vigor, and enthusiasm.
This color also has a negative connotation, indicating cowardice.