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Using the Questionnaire for Personal Dreamwork

ref: Bob Hoss MS, Dream Language, Innersource, 2005 The table contains emotional themes, related to common human associations with color. The table is intended to trigger your own personal associations as they might relate to the dream. It does NOT represent the "meaning" of color. The table was derived from color psychology literature, the Color Test by Dr. Max Luscher, augmented with the works of C. G. Jung, plus research by the author.

1) Select from the dream the colored images you feel are the most important or that you feel most drawn to.
2) Pick the color below that best matches the color of the dream image. If it was a mixed color you might even try the dominant color then the secondary color to see if either associations triggers meaningful waking life associations. If the dream image contains a pair of colors, try both colors on the table and explore whether the waking life situation involves both emotional themes, perhaps as conflicting views or feelings about a situation.
3) Read each expression on the table for the color, pausing and reflecting after each.
4) Ask the Question: “Do one or more of the statements relate to a way I have felt recently in waking life?”
5) Reflect: recall the situation that the statement reminds you of, and your feelings and decisions at the time. How might that statement and the situation it reminds you of relate to the dream?

What does Color Mean in Dreams

Color in dreams appears to relate to emotions associated with that dream image. Dreams seem to be stimulated somewhat by the limbic system – which is a part of the brain that associates emotion with incoming visual stimulus (including color) as a part of our instinctual response system to alert us to dangerous situations. So that part of our brain, which is active during dreaming, assigns emotions to color and thus creates color in our dreams to represent those emotions.

Research shows that our autonomic nervous systems react unconsciously to color in pretty much the same way in all Humans - red increases and blue decreases heartbeat, breathing, and other automatic functions

Dream Color Chart


1) I feel intense, vital or animated. 2) I feel transformed. 3) I feel assertive, forceful. 4) I feel creative. 5) I want to live life to its fullest. 6) I want to win, succeed, achieve. 7) I feel sexy or have strong sexual urges. 8) I have a driving desire. 9) I need something to make me feel alive again. 10) I need to be more assertive and forceful. 11) I need to get out and enjoy myself. 12) If red appears as blood or inflammation – it may relate to an illness or injury


1) I want to expand my interests and develop new activities. 2) I want a wider sphere of influence. 3) I feel friendly and welcoming. 4) I want more contact with others. 5) I feel enthusiastic, outgoing and adventurous. 6) I am driven by desires and hopes toward the new, undiscovered and satisfying. 7) I feel driven but need to overcome my doubts or fear of failure. 8) I must avoid spreading myself too thin.


1) I feel a sense of joy and optimism. 2) I feel alert. 3) I am seeking a solution that will open up new and better possibilities and allow my hopes to be fulfilled. 4) I feel the new direction I am taking will bring happiness in my future. 5) I am hopeful. 6) I need to find a way out of this circumstance or relationship. 7) I need a change. 8) I may be compensating for something. 9) I am acting compulsively.


1) I need to establish myself, my self-esteem, my independence. 2) I want recognition. 3) I need to increase the certainty of my own value and status, through acknowledgment by others of my achievements or my possessions. 4) Hard work and drive will gain me recognition and self esteem. 5) My opinion must prevail. 6) I must hold on to this view in order to maintain my self-esteem. 7) I want what I am due. 8) I must maintain control of the events. 9) Things must not change. 10) Detail and logic are important here. 11) I need to increase my sense of security. 12) I need more money to feel secure. 13) I want to withdraw and retreat into my own center.


1) I feel tranquil, peaceful and content. 2) I feel a sense of harmony. 3) I feel a meditative awareness or unity. 4) I feel a sense of belonging. 5) I need rest, peace or a chance to recuperate. 6) I need a relationship free from contention in which I can trust and be trusted. 7) I need a peaceful state of harmony offering contentment and a sense of belonging.


1) I like to win others over with my charm. 2) I feel an identification, an almost "mystic" union. 3) I have a deep intuitive understanding of the situation. 4) I feel a sense of intimacy. 5) The feeling is erotic.
6) I seek a magical state where wishes are fulfilled. 7) I yearn for a "magical" relationship of romance and tenderness. 8) I seek to identify with something or someone. 9) I need intimacy. 10) I engage in fantasy in order to compensate for my feelings of insecurity.


1) I seek a secure state where I can be physically comfortable and relax or recover. 2) I am uneasy and insecure in the existing situation. 3) I need a more affectionate environment. 4) I need a situation imposing less physical strain. 5) I want to satisfy the physical senses (food, luxury, sex). 6) If it is a Natural or wood brown: a) I am concerned about matters of family, home, or my "roots". b) I am concerned with a son or daughter. c) I am searching for my true self or natural state of being. 7) If Dirty Brown: it may relate to a physical problem or illness.


1) I want to shield myself from those feelings. 2) I feel emotionally distant, only an observer. 3) It is as if I am standing aside, watching myself mechanically go through the motions. 4) I want to remain uncommitted, non-involved, shielded or separated from the situation. 5) I do not want to make a decision that will require my emotional involvement. 6) I have put up with too much and wish to avoid any further emotional stimulation. 7) I am trying to escape an anxious situation. 8) I am compensating for something.


The unconscious realm. Moving into darkness = suppression, “death of the ego” (first stage of transformation). Beautiful shiny black = a positive view of the unconscious from which a new self and new potentials emerge.
Try: 1) I am anxious and don't know why. 2) I am fearful of or intimidated by the situation. 3) I have been dealt an unacceptable blow. 4) Nothing is as it should be. 5) I refuse to allow it/them to influence my point of view. 6) I can’t accept the situation and don’t wish to be convinced otherwise. 7) I feel the need for extreme action, perhaps in revolt against or to compensate for the situation.


WHITE -1) This is a new experience. 2) I’m becoming aware of new feelings. 3) I’m experiencing a new beginning, a transformation. 4) I have a new outlook, a new awareness. 5) I feel pure and innocent. 6) I feel open and accepting. 7) I feel unprepared. 8) I feel alone, isolated. 9) It feels cold or sterile. Note: White transforms the emotions associated with the colors it mixes with; adding a coolness, peacefulness, newness, and renewal.

[COLORS MIXED WITH WHITE] - appear to represent a newness on one hand, or a lack of maturity on the other, with respect to the emotion associated with that color. The dreamer may have avoided and is thus not used to dealing with that emotion, resulting in a display of that emotion in an immature or inappropriate way. Alternatively they may be experiencing a new emergence or revival of that emotion. Ex: Pink (newness of white with the red of energy/transformation) often relates to feelings of rebirth, freshness and becoming alive. Alternatively (with a violet hue) it can represent an immature desire, intimacy or magical view of things.


RED/YELLOW/BLUE/GREEN – a grouping of the 4 “primaries” represents a state of completion within the personality. A missing color, may be associated with an emotional element missing from the dreamers life needed for closure.

BLACK & WHITE (patterns) - may represent the forces of unification, an integration of conscious (white) and unconscious (black) from which a greater self emerges; a unity of opposites; an internal change.
Gold: the divine, the sun, value, the masculine, conscious; Silver: the moon, the feminine, the unconscious.

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