Dreams of changing gender (for example, a girl dreams she is a boy) are very common. These other “selves” simply represent feelings or thoughts that come from a side of your personality that you regard as being “male” (or in a boy’s case, female). There in many characteristics that we associate with a particular gender, […]
(Gender; Fertilizing; Masculine virility) A human being of the male gender in a dream represents a positive element, a decisive force, or someone who is extremely lucky. (Also see Man)
A fear, misunderstanding, or disapproval toward this lifestyle. Latent tendencies expressing themselves. An intimate exploration of the masculine or feminine nature, depending on which gender is seen in the dream (see Men, Women). The need to focus on your own gender for a while to achieve greater understanding, “brotherhood” or “sisterhood,” and empowerment from same.
(Gift; Grant; Present) The gender of a gift one donates in a dream signifies the gender one may receive in wakefulness. A donation in a dream also represents charity, a present or a gift and they all have the same meaning. (Also see Endowment; Gift)
Signifies a confusion so far as gender is concerned in dreams.
Female gender. Folklore: Great luck.
Sometimes a figure (either a man or woman), though seeming to be invisible, can represent the shadow. In both men’s and women’s dreams it will have the same gender as the dreamer.
1. Self-acceptance. 2. Masculine or feminine side of self (opposite gender). 3. Unresolved or recurring problems (old lover).
In modern times the use of tools is not so gender specific as it used to be so in both men and women’s dreams using a chisel suggests properly applied energy.
At its very basic interpretation, the worm can suggest the penis. Depending on the dreamer’s attitude to sexuality and gender, there may be a sense of threat.