Dreams involving 'Silk' involve:
  • more perceptions of all color
  • more perceptions of achromatic colors like white, gray, and black
  • more perceptions of chromatic colors like of the rainbow
  • more perceptions through touch
  • more reading or writing
  • more esthetic perceptions
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What is the meaning of 'Silk' in dreams?

silk

To dream you see silk, either in pieces or for sewing, signifies prosperity and success in undertakings. To dream you are clothed in silk, foretells that you will do honors in the state, and become rich, but that you will quarrel with a rich neighbor, who will endeavor to do you mischief. For a married woman to dream of being dressed in a silk gown, shows her husband is fond of a harlot, who will go near to ruin him. If a maiden dreams of it, she will speedily see her lover.

The Witches' Dream Book; and Fortune Teller by A. H. Noe

silk

To dream of wearing silk clothes, is a sign of high ambitions being gratified, and friendly relations will be established between those who were estranged. For a young woman to dream of old silk, denotes that she will have much pride in her ancestors, and will be wooed by a wealthy, but elderly person. If the silk is soiled or torn, she will drag her ancestral pride in the slums of disgrace.

Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman Miller

cushion

To dream of reclining on silken cushions, foretells that your ease will be procured at the expense of others; but to see the cushions, denotes that you will prosper in business and love-making. For a young woman to dream of making silken cushions, implies that she will be a bride before many months.

Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman Miller

silks

For a lady to dream of silks and satins, and that she is having fine dresses made of those fabrics, foretells poverty and want: if she imagines that she is presented with a plain cheap dress, and is pleased with the present, it is a sign she will have some excellent luck; but if she dislikes it, it shows that she will refuse an offer that will cause her after regrets.

The Golden Wheel Dream-book and Fortune-teller by Felix Fontaine

handkerchiefs

To dream of handkerchiefs, denotes flirtations and contingent affairs. To lose one, omens a broken engagement through no fault of yours. To see torn ones, foretells that lovers' quarrels will reach such straits that reconciliation will be improbable if not impossible. To see them soiled, foretells that you will be corrupted by indiscriminate associations. To see pure white ones in large lots, foretells that you will resist the insistent flattery of unscrupulous and evil-minded persons, and thus gain entrance into high relations with love and matrimony. To see them colored, denotes that while your engagements may not be strictly moral, you will manage them with such ingenuity that they will elude opprobrium. If you see silk handkerchiefs, it denotes that your pleasing and magnetic personality will shed its radiating cheerfulness upon others, making for yourself a fortunate existence. For a young woman to wave adieu or a recognition with her handkerchief, or see others doing this, denotes that she will soon make a questionable pleasure trip, or she may knowingly run the gauntlet of disgrace to secure some fancied pleasure.

Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman Miller

sword

To dream of having a sword, is a sign of poverty: if you dream of seeing a man flourish one of these weapons, it foretells you will make a loss. A young girl who imagines her lover wears a sword, had better give up all ideas of silks and satins, and learn how to cook and wash, for she will be a poor man’s wife.

The Golden Wheel Dream-book and Fortune-teller by Felix Fontaine

petticoat

To dream of seeing new petticoats, denotes that pride in your belongings will make you an object of raillery among your acquaintances. To see them soiled or torn, portends that your reputation will be in great danger. If a young woman dream that she wears silken, or clean, petticoats, it denotes that she will have a doting, but manly husband. If she suddenly perceives that she has left off her petticoat in dressing, it portends much ill luck and disappointment. To see her petticoat falling from its place while she is at some gathering, or while walking, she will have trouble in retaining her lover, and other disappointments may follow.

Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman Miller