Black People dreams meaning

By | May 21, 2019

Black People dreams meaning

Black People

To dream of a Black person represents an aspect of your personality that feels good surviving or feeling good proving itself. Feeling good accepting yourself the way you are. Preferring to feel good surviving emptiness before all else. Placing a priority on keeping happiness or avoiding jealousy before all else. Powerful strength to hang on. Powerful motivation to remain as you are or stand your ground. A powerful need to remain hopeful. A militant attitude about surviving disaster. Feeling good believing in yourself and doing whatever it takes to stay that way.

Positively, Black people represent keeping hope alive in dangerous or terrible situations. Risking everything to stay safe as though nothing else mattered. Trying hard to achieve to what is considered impossible. Rising above when everything is on the line. Keeping something wonderful away from an “asshole” at all costs. Fearless about making a mistake because you can just laugh at it being stupid to take seriously. Laughing at a bad situation because you have nothing left to lose. Feeling good not being weak.

Negatively, Black people represent an excessive need to prove yourself. Dishonestly proving yourself or refusing to give up in an argument when you know you are wrong. Preferring to survive a problem enjoying yourself as a priority before having to take a serious situation perfectly serious. Holding yourself back because you place too much priority on feeling good. Proving yourself that makes other people jealous. Persistently believing in yourself too much that costs you in other ways. Hasty or dangerous choices because you are too concerned with getting ahead or liking something. It may also to pleasure seeking that is dangerous or risky. You or someone else that is taking a big risk to put their own feelings before others. Desperation to avoid being laughed at.

Black people in dreams can also reflect feelings about the threat of total loss. Destroying yourself with your own jealousy or over-eagerness. Wasting time holding on to opportunities. Enjoying keeping other people jealous of what you have or what you’ve accomplished. Feeling good proving yourself to someone’s face with success that lets you brag or show off powerfully. A troublesome personality trait that is proving itself excessively to maintain feeling good.

Negatively, black people in a dream may also represent jealous spitefulness or revenge. Aggressive avoidance of danger, threats, or jealousy. Aggressively avoiding allowing someone to get ahead of you. Aggressively stubbornness that is rude or angry. Vindictive humor or laughter after losing. Proving yourself in ways that are mean and only show off.

Alternatively, Black people can also represent arrogantly avoiding facing your problems or cheating others to keep yourself away from losing at all costs. Desperation you or someone else has to avoid jealousy. Selfishness that does all it can to avoid losing the #1 spot. An arrogant “all or nothing” mentality. Proving oneself in a manner achieves the goal by disrespecting the rules or challenge. Feeling good achieving your goal through low standards that insults others. Feeling good achieving a goal robs others of integrity.

Black people may represent powerful anger or insensitivity if you or someone else’s feelings aren’t being addressed first. Spite or vicious jealousy because you aren’t feeling good about getting your way. Arrogance or meanness if you didn’t get to win at something.

Black people can also represent positive aspects of the personality if they are personal friends or celebrities that you associate positive qualities with.

Black people may also on rare occasions reflect the cultural pride that a black person feels about themselves if race is a serious issue to them.

To dream of a bald black person may reflect feeling good surviving at all costs with no concern for how you look to others. Surviving feeling good with no concern for how much you hurt others. Surviving feeling good without any need for easiness. Negatively, dreaming of a bald black person may reflect powerful insecurities about losing as you do everything you can to hold on. Feeling that nothing in life cares about you at all and that hope is all you have left.

To dream of a black woman represents passively surviving feeling good. An aspect of yourself that is passively proving itself. Passive aggressive. Passively hanging on to power. Passively avoiding losing. Passively avoiding jealousy at all costs. Passively embarrassing other people.

To dream of having sex with a black person may represent a waking life experience where you are enjoying proving yourself or being unstoppable. Enjoying getting away with something that is very challenging to get away with. Enjoying feeling like a hero. Enjoying keeping your life the way it is. Feeling good confronting every single problem like it’s easy. Negatively, dreaming of having sex with a black person may reflect your enjoyment to prefer closing yourself off from increasing power to feel good surviving instead.

If you dream of sexually attractive black people this can symbolize your strong preference to look good surviving a problem or feel good being totally free of jealousy. Enjoying proving yourself or observing someone else prove themselves in an interesting way. Feeling good about not being a wimp that will survive a problem no matter what happens. An area of your life that is exceptionally desirable to you for its ability to keep you comfortable when comfort is difficult.

To dream of being robbed by a black person may represent feelings about how proving yourself or choosing to feel good staying the way you are in a difficult situation may have negative consequences that “cost you.” A choice you or someone else has made to avoid jealousy or embarrassment that is causing a big problem. It may also reflect feelings of loss due to someone else’s jealousy. Losses experienced because of someone else’s excessive need to prove themselves.

To see a very muscular black person may symbolize a powerful wish to feel good remaining as you are. A strong ability to feel good surviving despite challenges. A strong ability to prove oneself or show off to someone’s face. You may have trouble resisting a temptation. Difficulty overcoming someone else’s strong jealousy of you.

For a black person to dream of a black person may simply reflect an aspect of their personality where appearance and clothing are more important symbols. Dreaming of people of your own race is not always significant unless other races are present. Facial features, clothing, or the feelings you get from the dream people are more important.

Historically, black people in dreams have been bad omens and often appeared before bad luck or tragedy would strike. This is because they reflect the dreamers careless drive to feel good that prevents them from seeing the danger or risks ahead.

Example: A woman dreamed that a black man shot her in the chest. In real life the woman’s daughter died in a car accident and she was grieving over her death when the funeral bill came. The black man who shot her may have represented her wish to prove herself to all her friends and family as a very loving respectful mother at all costs by paying for the funeral on credit when she couldn’t afford it. Being shot reflected the shock she felt with getting the bill for the funeral.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of seeing black men that she was very attracted to. In real life she was having difficulty getting the dream job and boyfriend that she wanted. The black men in this case may have represented her desire to prove herself powerfully to friends and family with a successful life and boyfriend.

Example 3: A young man dreamed of seeing an insecure looking black man leaning against a wall. In waking life he was broke while doing everything he could to keep a financially stable without wanting to embarrass himself asking for help.




19 thoughts on “Black People dreams meaning

  1. Cla

    Are you kidding me?! What a load of racist tripe based on inaccurate stereotypes. Have you come straight from uncle Tom’s cabin? You should be ashamed.

    1. Anonymous

      I can’t believe your pathetic level of ignorance…. Shame on you racist.
      Bring on the dreams of white omens😡

    2. V

      It is clearly just a dream interpretation.. There is one on white people too… There’s an interpretation for everything in life when it comes to dreams your being way too sensitive

    1. Della Y.

      What’s crazy everyone that reached this page for whatever reason is in sudden shock, horror and disgust. lmao It’s funny because what we’re we all suspecting it would be. and I’m sure for the most part we had an idea of what it meant hoping more positive than anything but knowing it could be less desirable. Puhleese can we all just stop. There’s lots of other things besides being black that’s scary and uncalled for. Whatever the meaning it was significant enough for us to assume someone had insight on the subject and crazy thing we’re prob mostly black who even made a comment. Who knows even others might be offended. Noone ever stated if they found the answer which I did honestly.

  2. Monica

    Racist disgusting TRASH, this needs to be taken down IMMEDIATELY, otherwise the whole webpage should be reported!

    1. None of your business!

      This person is mentally retarded I think or has some serious psychological problems (maybe from abuse) that need to be addressed. I wonder if there is way to just shut down the whole site. I actually pity him/her.

    2. V

      There is one for every object and human being when it comes to dreams this is not racist it’s just trying to give you a reason for your dream.

  3. Kay Rivers

    I had a dream about a Chinese man last night so searched the internet and came to your website. It was wrong. So I then decided to look for African man and all you have is this. Again it’s wrong. Wtf?!? Why so racist? People are people, Africans/black people are also hard working and industrious. The Chinese are also lazy. White people aren’t angels as they’ve killed in every continent. Your website is further propaganda that promotes untruths about what whole groups of people are. We are a world of individuals not groups of incorrect stereotypes!

  4. Human Being

    Wow, dreaming of black people is generally considered a bad omen……….

    This is the most stereotypical, offensive, and ignorant “information” I’ve seen on the internet in quite sometime. Absolutely horrible.

    Whoever wrote this is projecting their own psychological hang-ups and insecurities. Racism is a mental illness.

  5. None of your business!

    You are really sick and in need of desperate help. Since when did dreaming of a black person have a special meaning when they are human just like YOU RACIST. Smh. Get a life!

  6. Fishsauce

    Everyone is taking this too seriously.
    Calm down.
    Just replace “black” with “bear” and watch everyone go ‘oh i didnt know that, so smert!’

    Its a dream, quit putting your human “””morals””” on something that talks through vague images like dreams.

    1. Blueskygal

      Unbelievable shallow comments. I had a dream about a crowd of black people. I’ve had many friends of all shades including black. Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar. The positive interpretation opened up a deep feeling I’ve had for some time about just needing to hang on to survive cancer. Black people have had an extraordinary history of surviving and thriving despite great oppression and I look up to them. I was born in the 1950s and grew up watching the protests. We have come a long way since then.

  7. V

    There is an interpretation for all things in dreams even the white man.. Try to not make everything about racism. Not everyone is racist.

  8. Juju Blaqueman

    Most fantasy fiction, lore surrounding spirituality, religion, the supernatural and mysteries like dreams and the human mind that humanity doesn’t have the best grasp on is typically anti-Black and share sentiments that go back to the Middle Ages so I wasn’t surprised when Google suggested this page to me. I knew not to click it and that it might upset me. It’s every bit of racist I thought it would be and then some. But this is actually really great for the work I do, it’s so insightful. It provides a window into the raw, unadulterated mindset of the collective white consciousness that white people rarely allow outsiders in. The people who are commenting “there’s a white page too” are the racists who walk among us in waking life, everyday. They are wolves in sheeps’ clothing. What’s so ironic is that MOST IF NOT ALL NONBLACK PEOPLE THINK THIS WAY. This racist mindset is sacred, consecrated, temple like religion and mentality for MOST nonblack folk. As harsh as that reality is, what else would be the reality of the white imperial state than white people having this mentality?! This is exactly what it means for the white imperial state to exist and so many people like to ignore this fact. It’s so silly because most people will even admit that the white imperial state exist and that this world is anti-Black but they are just discussing it to be cute, I guess. Because they would then disagree that all nonblack people, at some level, are racist or biased against Black people. Whether it is overt racism or sharing the ideas listed on this page. This is the mindset of most of the worlds politicians, lawyers, teachers, mortgage brokers…people who are very influential in life and are the decision makers and huge influencers of everyday life and as you can see they are vibrant racists.

    This is the base and core religion, perspective and mentality for even so-called “progressive” and liberal nonblack people. For the sake of the reality of anti-Blackness one must consider this the inherent base for and the conditioning of all nonblack people no matter how “progressive” that nonblack person is. This isn’t to be vengeful for the fact that the white imperial state is still the dominant one. This is science. It is a fact that if not considered it is the person’s intent who has not considered it to sustain the white imperial and colonial state of not only socioeconomics but the collective consciousness of the world’s population. Again, this could be your mailman or your dentist or the person who serves you ice cream. It’s a bit frustrating and entertaining at the same time when you meditate on this news. I also notice a lot of Asian spaces share this sort of racist ideology and transphobia and often try to sell it as simply a matter of fact. That’s what nonblack communities tend to think about Black people despite experiencing marginalization from white states themselves. They are proud of their minority status awarded by whiteness. All nonblack folk struggle with some level of anti-Blackness—with all white people’s existence being inherently racist. Most white people won’t agree with that, which is racist. But that’s exactly what colonizing an entire planet means. It means that the white empire has erased the history of the people it enslaved and continues to control the narrative of world history and of the history of consciousness as a whole and the expansion of consciousnes thereafter so that white children will INHERIT the dominance. They are INHERENTLY racist. That’s just the reality of our world after colonialism. This is done by discrediting messages like the one I’m giving right now and you can see how this page intends to do that. Look at some of the language and perspectives it has on Black people and especially Black people who would be standing up to the white imperial state in an attempt to dismantle the lies it distributes. About me and about what I’m writing right now it would dictate that I and this comment have an “excessive need to prove [itself/myself]. Dishonestly proving [itself/myself] or refusing to give up in an argument when [I] know [I] am wrong”. I mean lol!!!! When you realize how hard this article works to discredit anyone against it, it’s pure comedy. At the same time it’s scary and a stark reminder of how violent the white imperial state is and that it’ll stop at nothing to remain dominant. The article would go on to think that I “…prefer to survive a problem enjoying [myself] as a priority before having to take a serious situation perfectly serious. Holding [myself] back because I place too much priority on feeling good” as opposed to perceiving my drive, anger and desperation for liberation as my God given right because slavery happened. And the “serious situation” that I need to take “perfectly serious” is referring to the legitimacy of whiteness. This page basically dictates that despite the white imperial state’s existence, Black people should just put on a smile and be as desperately joyful as they are vengeful about colonialism and slavery and to completely disregard their anger and any resistance they may have for the existence of the white imperial state. I mean, at times, I applauded this article. It’s incredibly slick and sleek.

    However, with the turn of the age of Aquarius the veil has been lifted. It’s truly a new age. And what a new age means to do is override the current empire. Whatever the current empire may be. All the empire can do is try and resist these changes. The white empire has a pretty good chance at overcoming this turn of the age that wants to return African traditional religious ideas back to the collective Black consciousness. We’ve simply reached a point in the timeline where we’ve seen enough to see through the lies of the white imperial state. The authority of the coronavirus pandemic being increasingly more powerful than the white imperial state is an example of that. Black people are being forced to turn back to old religion and ancient practices because it’s most evident now that in difficult times like this the government that stand have no interest in caring for Black people when that’s what they have long marketed themselves as. We can see the deceitful and predatory nature of these governments and the white imperial state most clear at this time.

    My name is Juju Blaqueman. I’m an agitated propagandist against the white imperial state, a Hoodoo priestess and demonologist. I study and create media centering the destiny of Black people as truth and the expansion of consciousness. I’m a pessimist in the sense that I don’t believe redemption will ever be viable for Black people in this anti-Black world. However, I’m also an occultist and spiritualist who believes that redemption for Black folk and the fall of the white imperial state is possible through a miracle. You can follow me and my journey on YouTube where you’ll find other links to my work

  9. Lisa

    Please remove this racist dream interpretation. It is wrong, psychologically it is cruel to use someone’s natural skin colour to interpret a dream. I am a black person. So if I dream of my black self you are telling me this is what it means. I believe that you watch too much tv. Your depiction of Blackness is typically what they portray in films. Widen your lens and spread love not falsehoods. If these are your very own personal views; then seek help go see a therapist, please.

  10. x_.X._meme_salad_daddy_.X_x

    what the hell is this racist shit?????? Bruh wtf


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