To dream of a mirror represents self-reflection or self-awareness. You are noticing something about yourself. Assessing yourself. Thinking about yourself honestly. A reflective mood. Seeing yourself for who you really are.
Negatively, a mirror may reflect the ego, vanity, arrogance, narcissism. Too much concern with how you appear to others. Feelings about noticing yourself aging. Comparing yourself to others.
If you see yourself as ugly in a mirror it represents seeing negative aspects of your personality in waking life. Negative thoughts, fears, insecurities, guilt, jealousy, or even arrogance. You are seeing or feeling your own negativity, or experiencing the results of bad choices.
To see yourself as attractive in a mirror represents seeing positive aspects of your personality in waking life. You may be facing negativity, trying to improve yourself, or give up negative thinking patterns. You may feel more confident, vindicated, competent, or lucky. You may also be experiencing the results or good choices.
To dream of looking in a mirror and smiling may reflect awareness of yourself liking yourself or being happy with yourself in waking life.
To dream of using a mirror to put makeup on represents an awareness of seeing your personality change.
To dream of seeing someone else’s face in a mirror may reflect feelings about yourself being associated with the qualities that stand out the most about that person. It may also reflect feelings about yourself acting or feeling like the person you see in the mirror. Alternatively, it may reflect feelings about yourself being heavily influenced by the person in the mirror or that your much of your life revolves around spending time with that person. This is especially the case if the person you see in the mirror recently died and was very close to you.
To dream of a broken mirror represents feelings of discomfort thinking about yourself. Feeling that something is wrong with you. Feeling that other people don’t like you. Feeling that acknowledging yourself is not allowed. Low self-esteem or confidence. Feelings about not being allowed to think you are special. Feeling that you don’t matter at all.
Example: A woman dreamed of looking in the mirror and seeing herself with blue eyes. In waking life was enjoying watching herself become a more happy person. Looking in the mirror reflected her self-awareness of her changing personality.
Example 2: A woman dreamed of seeing two mirrors. A smaller one for her and a bigger one for her boyfriend. In waking life she was noticing herself bolstering up her boyfriend’s ego.
Example 3: A man dreamed of looking in the mirror. In waking life he was assessing himself and comparing himself to a old friend he recently reunited with that was doing lot better than him in life financially.
Example 4: A woman dreamed of seeing her husband’s face instead of her’s in the mirror. In waking life her husband died and she was beginning to realize that her husband made up a big part of who she is as a person.
Example 5: A woman dreamed of a mirror that reported her thoughts to the government. In waking life she was living in Nazi Germany and felt that she always noticed herself needing approval under the Nazi restrictions. She began to fear her private thoughts about her true identity and personality.
Example 6: A man dreamed of seeing himself in a mirror wearing a Nazi Storm Trooper uniform with boots that sparkled like diamonds. In waking life he was a doctor who did not like witnessing himself allowing his work life and hospital to become overrun by Nazi policies.