Sunday told me to go get your crown and leave me along this corridor.
To dream about Sunday, signifies spiritual enlightenment, relaxation and appreciation.
The essential meaning of the crown is derived from that of the head,
with which it is linked—unlike the hat—not in a utilitarian but in a strictly
emblematic manner. By reference to level-symbolism, we may conclude that the
crown does not merely surmount the top of the body (and of the human being as
a whole), but rises above it and therefore symbolizes, in the broadest and deepest
sense, the very idea of pre-eminence. That is why a superlatively successful
achievement is spoken of as a ‘crowning achievement’. Hence, the crown is the
visible sign of success, of ‘crowning’, whose significance reaches beyond the act
to the person who performed it. At first, crowns were made out of the limbs of
various trees, hence they are still connected with the symbolism of trees in
general and of some trees in particular. They were the attributes of the gods; and
they also were once a funeral-symbol (8). The metal crown, the diadem and the
crown of rays of light, are symbols of light and of spiritual enlightenment (4). In
some books of alchemy there are illustrations showing the planetary spirits
receiving their crown—that is, their light—from the hands of their king—that is,
the sun (32). The light they received from him is not equal in intensity but graded,
as it were, in hierarchies, corresponding to the grades of nobility ranging from the
king down to the baron (32). Books on alchemy also stress the affirmative and
sublimating sense of the crown. In Margarita pretiosa, the six base metals are
first shown as slaves, with their uncovered heads bowed low towards the feet of
the ‘king’ (that is, gold); but, after their transmutation, they are depicted wearing
crowns on their heads. This ‘transmutation’ is a symbol of spiritual evolution
whose decisive characteristic is the victory of the higher principle over the base
principle of the instincts. That is why Jung concludes that the radiant crown is
the symbol par excellence of reaching the highest goal in evolution: for he who
conquers himself wins the crown of eternal life (31). Secondary or more particular
meanings sometimes arise from the shape or the material of the crown, on occasion differing considerably from the basic meaning outlined above. The ancient
crown of the Egyptian pharaohs is a typical example of unusually shaped crowns
with exceptional meanings. Marqués-Rivière here points to the emblematic and
near-figurative source of its two basic components: a white and a red crown. The
former is similar to the mitre-like bonnets worn in the East through the ages. The
latter ‘according to de Rochemonteix, is probably a pattern evolved from adapted
hieroglyphs. The coif is probably a glass, the curved stem of which represents
vegetation and the upright stem the ideogram of the earth. . . . M. E. Soldi sees the
curved stem as a “projection of the solar disk, a spiralling flame which fertilizes
the seeds” ‘ (39).
To see a crown in your dream, symbolizes success and prominence.
To dream that you are wearing a crown, suggests that you are in a position of power. Alternatively, you may be basking in your own achievements. You are recognizing your talents and accomplishments.
To dream of a crown, prognosticates change of mode in the habit of one's life. The dreamer will travel a long distance from home and form new relations. Fatal illness may also be the sad omen of this dream.
To dream that you wear a crown, signifies loss of personal property.
To dream of crowning a person, denotes your own worthiness.
To dream of talking with the President of the United States, denotes that you are interested in affairs of state, and sometimes show a great longing to be a politician.
Seeing a crown in your dream, symbolizes success and prominence.
A crown made of gold and jewels symbolizes power, honour, and status. It could also symbolize an accomplishment or a passage into higher levels of consciousness or spiritual awareness. When interpreting this dream, pay attention to what kind of crown it is and who is wearing it. This dream may be congratulatory, (i.e. esteem for a job well done). Different types of crowns may have varying meanings (e.g. Jesus had a crown of thorns and was a martyr). All crowns are circular and in that way they bring up issues of completeness and wholeness and point to the centre of personality.
To walk along a corridor in your dream, signifies a transitional phase of self exploration. It signals spiritual enlightenment, emotional growth, physical prowess, new opportunities and mental passages in your life.
If you are walking through a long corridor, then it represents your desperation in trying to escape a repetitive situation or some behavior patterns. You need to free yourself of this repetition. Alternatively, it symbolizes the choices and options that are available to you. You have a lot of things to consider.
Dreaming that you are walking through a long corridor means your desperation in trying to escape a repetitive situation or behavior patters. You need to free yourself of this repetition and the corridor is seen as a passage from one phase in your life to another.