Some people have said they had dreamed of paradise. They described it as a wonderful place, pleasing to all senses. Their dream of paradise is of a place that can not be found on earth. Some even said they regretted having to wake up from their dream, and see they are still on earth.
What is the meaning of dreaming of paradise? The brain tries to tell the dreamer there is a beautiful place, a kind of utopia. The dream reinforces the belief of paradise.
Dreaming of paradise, or in another term, heaven, can mean you are satisfied with your present position in life. When you’re happy in your waking reality, this theme continues in your sleep and dream world. This is invoked in dream imagery of paradise, a dimension where souls are happy. Conversely, if you were unhappy in your state in reality, then you’re unlikely to dream of paradise, because it is traditionally associated with being a happy place.
Generally, young people do not ponder much on death and the after life. Since this is not an enduring theme in their thoughts during their day, this theme will not surface in their dreams.
If you had been remembering some people who died, your nostalgia for them may incite strong mental thoughts and emotions. These can trigger dreams with old memories being replayed in your mind. You might see imagery of the deceased in paradise (heaven). If you had been wondering about the deceased and where they had went after death, such dreams may get created, to answer your deep curiosity.
Prompt – paradise.