Dreams about being naked – what do they mean? (Dream interpretation naked)
Naked in a dream.
You dream that you walk around naked among a lot of other people, and you are totally okay with it … Strange? Not when it’s in a dream … Conversely, you can dream of walking around naked among others and think it’s hugely embarrassing! 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.
If you go around among other people whilst being naked, and not be affected by it but instead be very relaxed about it, then it may be an image of the fact that that you are very okay with being who you are. You have nothing to hide from others. You could say that you are just as God created you. Clothing is something we use to tell others about who we are, whether it’s the “true” story we tell with our clothes or not. “Clothes make the man” they say. So when you dream you are naked – yes then it could point out that it is no longer your clothes that “create” you – that you do it yourself.
Dreams about nudity as a picture of an uncomfortable baring / revelation.
If the dominant emotions in your naked dream are shame and / or embarrassment, then it might point towards several things. For example, that you’re ashamed of who you are, or that you somehow have been “exposed” – i.e. that something about you has been “revealed”, something that you’d rather not want to be revealed, or maybe something that you had not even seen before, until someone made it “bare” for you. The term “stripped naked” can of course also mean that you have been ripped off for all your money – and now stand “completely naked”.
Also read: Why I no longer interpret dreams for free
NOTE: Dreams are 100% individual, and when you dream about being naked, it’s almost certainly about something else for you than it is for your friend, who also dreamt about being naked. Dream interpretation / dream analysis is sometimes a difficult art, and a particular interpretation of a dream is only correct if you feel “affected” by it. Therefore, it is not certain that the above mentioned interpretations are relevant to you.