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Dark blues: In many women’s dreams threatening men appear dressed in dark blue or navy blue overalls. This suggests the woman is meeting her own male/animus side with anxiety. So there is a need to work with this and find a way to express your power and energy in the world. See Facing Fear

Dark blue can also suggest mature personal insights into life, or if it is a muddy or murky blue, it indicates depression, negative thoughts or intuitions, and being gloomy.

Light blues: Your sense of intuition, or achieving a wide awareness of life. Blue also links with religious feelings and experience of the holy – i.e. an awareness of those things that are universal – such as birth, caring relationship, parenthood – and so recognised as transcending ones own small life. This comes from our feelings about the blue sky.

Light blue can also indicate coolness of nature. Often seen in visions of the womb as a blue grotto or woman with halo of blue, so connects with prenatal and infant relationship with mother.

Blue-gray: Religious feelings produced by depression, fear or gloominess.

Blue skin: Because we go blue when suffocating or having breathing difficulties, it can be used to show what a struggle we are having with life, how bruised we are with experience, or how cold we feel. But as with Krishna and his blue skin, it might show how you are being pervaded by a sense of the universal, of a wider and beautiful life.

Blue-green: Healing or the ability to heal arising from attunement to the forces transcending your own limited awareness and abilities.

Blue-violet: Great attunement with insights and powers transcending normal human ability.

Idioms: the air was blue; baby blues; blue film; blue funk; blue in the face; blue moon; bolt from the blue; once in a blue moon; blue pencil; blue stocking; feel blue; out of the blue; vanish into the blue; blue-blood; true-blue.

Useful Questions and Hints:

What do I feel when I hold this colour in mind, and where is that feeling or association fitting into my life at the moment?

Am I feeling tuned into a wider view of things at the moment, and if so what am I realising?

Am I feeling blue – or do I feel like blue skies are here?

Try imagining the colour and see what feelings it provokes – or try Being the Person or Thing



-Tony Crisp 2012-09-02 10:37:15

Suggs – Thanks for the recognition.



-Melissa 2013-09-25 2:28:31

Hi Tony,

Just wondering if you can help me understand my dream, I was running and hiding from soldiers with painted blue faces, in my dream I was terrified . I was captured and woke up


-arnold 2015-04-01 19:46:03

I had a dream of a blue face that was the size of
a small resturaunt it was very large and unsual
I walked up to it it’s eyes were closed mouth closed and emerging from the ground as if it was digged through by some gigantic beings.
There was rocks and cliffs everywhere and a cinderblock building coverd with sea weed.


-Kayla 2015-10-05 8:03:53

After a week of keeping my bf from suicide I had a dream about an old couple who wanted to die. I encouraged them to come to a seminar, we were in a nursing home. The lady presented a blue ball it glowed and sat on a stand liike a globe. When you touched it it would create patterns to the sound of your pulse like a wave of water then it would toon to your thoughts like a fortune, The first thing I saw was an ocean. What does this mean?


-connor mc 2015-10-30 3:58:11

hey last night i had a dream. in my dream i saw a beautiful womans face, her face was light blue and enchanted and peacfull looking. the woman had three eyes, two of them where closed as if she was sleeping but then i saw her 3rd eye slowly open and within her third eye was all these shapes and colors and verry psychedelic looking patterns anyway i was sucked through her third eye in to some psychedelic wonderland and thats as far as i can remember and one of the first dreams ive been able to remember in a wile. the woman looked alot like the one on this site. what do you think of this. what can you tell me about my dream?


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