A sign of home and comfort. You will want for little. If you are milking the cow, then you will have to work hard most of your life but will be well rewarded for it.
See Milk. A symbol for mother. It appears only very rarely in mens dreams, and only when there is a strong connection to the mother. It has also been a prophetic symbol—of a lean or productive year. Remember Pharaoh’s dream about the seven lean and the seven abundant years, as interpreted by Joseph? In India […]
Similar to the bull, but representing the female side of one’s nature, especially the easy self-giving of oneself and body to others, or a baby, one’s mother or the mother role. Idioms: sacred cow; milch cow; till the cows come home.
Symbol: In the Mediterranean region, the cow symbolizes the goddess of love and fertility. Vision: Looking at one or more cows is a sign of personal good luck, unless the cows are malnourished, in which ease it means bad luck. A cow barn means a recovery from an illness soon. Watching while someone else is […]
Good luck, unless you are pursued by the animal, in which case it depends upon what happens. If you escape the Cow, you will survive the evil schemes of some enemy. The greater the number of animals seen, the more serious the warning.
As the nurturing aspect of the feminine, the cow may come to offer you some mothering. The arrival of cows in a dream may predict prosperity. In its negative connotation, “as big as a cow,” a cow may represent obesity.
see Dream Dictionary: Animals
Dreams of a cow symbolize sacredness and maternal qualities. Since cows produce milk, which converts to many of the dairy products that sustain us, it is associated with providence, nourishing, food, and life itself. See Milk and Cattle.
It Is good Luck to dream of one or more cows. The prediction is of peaceful and profitable pursuits.