Birds dream meaning

It is always good omen, if a young woman dreams of singing birds with beautiful feathers, because it announces joy, a good life, and perhaps richness. Dreaming of birds getting closer could signify that soon the dreamer will receive news. If the birds are singing, the news will be good. If they stand still, the news will be inconsequential, and if the birds have a dark color, the news will be bad ones. Dreaming of dark and silent birds, means sadness and bad economic situations will occur in the immediate future. It can also mean that the dreamer is being the victim of powerful people. Dreaming of a wounded and bleeding bird suggests that in the near future the dreamer will live days of misery. Dreaming of a flock of birds flying announces that the bad streak that the dreamer is currently going through will soon come to an end and will switch to prosperity for the dreamer. Dreaming of chasing and capturing one or more birds signifies the desire and ambitions of prosperity, which is taking a long time to arrive. Dreaming of killing a bird indicates disaster in the dreamer’s own business, particularly if the dreamer is a farmer or if his or her businesses are related to the countryside. Dreaming of talking birds suggests that the dreamer lacks skill and ability to manage his or her affairs. Dreaming of the singing of birds is a good omen, since it announces peace, happiness, awards, sympathy, and success. This applies particularly in the case of people who work in the artistic or intellectual field. Dreaming of a dead singing bird in one’s own hands, symbolizes that there will be failures in what’s most desired, and even more so, if the dreamer is an artist. Dreaming of freeing a singing bird, symbolizes that the dreamer is wasting opportunities. Dreaming that a singing bird enters the dreamer’s bedroom suggests that long-awaited success is coming and that it will allow the dreamer to live a comfortable and distinguished life, which will ultimately be detrimental to the dreamer. This dream is a warning, particularly for women, in the sense that they shouldn’t get their hopes up.