Dreaming that you are completely or partially naked is very common. Nudity symbolizes a variety of things depending on your real life situation. Becoming mortified at the realization that you are naked in public, reflects your vulnerability or feelings of shamefulness.
Being naked or nude in a dream is so common that a number of urban legends have been created as a result of this powerful dream symbol. If this symbol appears in your dream, pay attention to the person that is nude. Is it you?
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What is this dream? Last night I dreamed that I stole the clothes and I was naked, I remained naked in the street and then ran into the house. What does it mean to dream of being robbed of clothes?
A dream in which you see yourself naked in front of others is symbolic of an illicit relationship. A relationship in which you might indulge yourself, and which questions your morality. This will only bring you shame and tarnish your reputation.
When, in your dream, you are running towards someone or something it also depends on if it is a positive or negative target. If positive then you are on the right track towards a particular goal or you are willing to assume certain responsibilities. It can also mean you are ambitious and have a positive attitude; you are meeting and confronting certain situations head on.
Being naked in a dream — what does it mean? You dream that you walk around naked among a lot of other people, and you are totally okay with it … Strange? There are several approaches to the dream where you are naked. Dreams about being naked can be an image that you are okay with who you are.
The dreamer in the naked dream will often be going about doing a normal activity — going to school, giving a presentation, standing in line — when suddenly there is a realization of being completely naked. That act of being naked in a dream can symbolize a number of different things in the real world. The interpretation of these dreams should always be taken into context with the dreamer.