To dream of a mango represents a situation that inspires cheerfulness, solace, or gives you a pleasant feeling of relief. You are optimistic about how much better something feels than it did before. Feeling good liking something different. Feeling good letting go of problems. Feeling good letting go of issues with the past. Feeling good that someone else is right when you weren’t. Feeling good with choices or situation that weren’t of your choosing. Feeling good with choices that weren’t your first choice.
Negatively, mangos may reflect situations where you are desperate to feel successful. A willingness to accept alternative choices if it means you will feel good winning. No concern for who you are having sex with as long as you are having sex. Feeling good with advice from someone else because you aren’t as intelligent as you wish you were.
To dream of a mango tree may reflect feelings of having a very stable support system. Powerful feelings of comforting parenting. Feeling that someone is always supportive of you getting over your troubles. A stable presence in your life that always makes you feel that nothing is impossible. Feeling good in situations where your boss, parents, or partner makes life a lot easier for you when they are in control.
To dream of a mango tree being cut down may reflect feelings about losing a strong support system. Supportive parents or good friends dying. Feelings about helpful people moving on with their lives in ways that will not be helpful to you anymore. Feeling good with power or freedom that someone else controls.
Example: A young man dreamed of being given a mango. In real life he had reluctantly given up a loved pet and a friend had sympathized with him. The mango reflected the sense of optimism he got from his friend who made him realize that his choice was for the best.
Example 2: A woman dreamed of seeing a mango tree which knew in real life had been cut down. In waking life she was a widow with 2 children who was thinking a lot about how more difficult her life was without her husband alive. The mango tree in this case may have reflected how stable and enjoyable her life felt when her husband was alive and in control of the household.
Example 3: A young man dreamed of picking mangos off of a tree and then seeing a rattlesnake appear in the tree which required him to kill it. In waking life he was taking advice about girls from a more experienced friend and some of the advice didn’t make the girl he was dating happy requiring him to fix it. The mango tree in this case may have reflected his feelings about his friend with more experience with girls always being available to him.