To dream of the moon represents an area of your life that is becoming overpowered or strengthened. Situations becoming more hectic, dramatic, or noticeable. Something in your life is becoming more fertile or obvious. An area of your life is proving itself.
Positively, the moon may represent unusual luck or very positive unusual outcomes. Larger forces seem at work in your life right now. Heightened exciting romantic activity or overpowering romantic feelings.
Negatively, the moon may reflect chaos, madness, or a worsening of problems. Feeling that a situation is out of control or that something dangerous is going overboard.
To dream of a red or blood moon may reflect feelings about hectic, dramatic, or “crazy” situations being very dangerous.
To dream of standing on the moon may reflecting feelings of being stuck in a crazy or chaotic situation. A dramatic moment or situation you can’t get yourself out of you. Feeling totally immersed in the “craziness” of a situation.
To dream of moonlight helping you see represent feelings about being given hope from an unusual, chaotic, or hectic source. Feeling that someone is doing something dangerous to help you behind the scenes. Highly unusual advice or help during a big problem.
Example: A woman once dreamed of the moon fading away after finishing a very demanding work project that placed her reputation on the line. The fading moon reflected her fleeting feelings about how crazy and hectic her work was.
Example 2: A young man dreamed of seeing a meteor crash into the moon. In waking life the September 11th, 2001 attack occurred days earlier. The meteor hitting the moon may have reflected how crazy and dramatic the political world became after the planes hit the World Trade Center.
Example 3: A woman dreamed of seeing a half moon that was red and orange. In waking life she felt that her family life was getting too dangerous because her boyfriend was addicted to drugs and stealing from family members while they had 3 children. She felt her life was only going to get crazier and more hectic if something wasn’t done about it.
Example 4: A man dreamed of seeing moonlight shining on a forest. In waking life he was very confused and isolated until an unknown source of assistance gave him hope for the future.