The Christmas tree can represent a joyous time to some because it means that one of the happiest times of the year is coming. It can also represent a horrible year to others because it means that there is more to be stressed about such as what you’re going to eat, what you’re going to buy, where you’re going to put everything, etc. There are so many things to worry about on Christmas and this means that it can have a bit of a dual nature in terms of interpretation. Keep reading to find out how all of this applies to you.
If you have a dream in which you see a Christmas tree in your house then this could just be because Christmas is approaching. Whenever you think about something a lot or experience something quite a bit, you will start to dream about it. Your dreams are strongly connected to your daily thoughts and daily life and this means that if you have a dream about a Christmas tree it is probably coming to you because you have just been thinking about Christmas so much, which is perfectly natural.
The thing is, most people don’t really have Christmas tree dreams unless it is around Christmas time, because this is the time of the year when people think about Christmas. If you’re having a Christmas tree dream in March then it’s going to be very strange. This would be much much stranger than if you were to have the dream in say, early December.
If you have a dream in which you see a Christmas tree in your house it could also be because one of two things. On the one hand it could mean that you will be experiencing some great joy and happiness in your life soon. On the other hand it could mean that you are experiencing some hardships and sadness in your life soon as well. These hardships don’t necessarily have to do with serious things like death or anything like that, but they will be accompanied with thoughts of other kinds of sadness and such. These will be more everyday stresses. However if you do have a good feeling about what’s going to happen then it means you will experience great joy rather than just minor joy. That’s the catch.