The image of a pennant in your dream will closely match your sense of self-identity.
A pennant (or 'pennon') is a triangular flag commonly seen in sporting events and warships. They are emblems of how communities wish to be represented and tied to the distinctive characteristics that those communities share. Pennants come in a lot of different colors and shades, as well as any design or pattern, and they might also appear in a range of sizes in your dreams. To fully comprehend the significance of the pennant in your dream, you must evaluate all of its features and aspects.
The pennant is designed to show your personality. If you have a dream about one, it signifies your mind is showing that image for you. Unfortunately, there will be no document attached to the pennant that describes all of its characteristics. As a result, you'll need to dig deep into it and examine its defining characteristics to figure out what they're for and why they're essential. You can do this in different phases, depending on the color, texture, size, pattern, or design, or any wear and tear marks.
Each color is usually associated with a different or somewhat different emotion. For instance, the color red denotes passion and fury, but maroon denotes bravery and heroism. If you have a colorless dream, it suggests you are pushing others away; however, if you have a neon-colored dream, it means you are emphasizing a specific aspect, and it is significant. To begin, you must first comprehend your primary color. If you only have one block color, it indicates how you recognize yourself and think others do. If there are many colors, it implies your emotions are all over the place and uncontrollable, and you may need to calm down.
The pennant may be stained, the color may have faded, and the integrity of the pennant may have deteriorated slightly in some situations. If this happens, it could mean you're dealing with an illness, aren't feeling well, or are becoming self-destructive. Understanding what is going on, taking action if necessary, and attempting to incorporate optimism into your life whenever possible is the best medication.
Second, consider the size. According to the 'Japanese Cube Test,' the size of our cube corresponds to the size of our self-esteem and how we see our importance. The size of the pennant reflects our perception of emotional significance. The bigger your pennant is, the more you'll notice the emotion(s) inside of you, and the more you'll let them overwhelm you. If your pennant, on the other hand, is smaller, it could indicate that you are more in control of your emotions or that you are in a time of life where your emotions are provoked less frequently and hence are less potent. Finally, the design might help you learn more about yourself.
Some pennants have no design and only one solid color, while others feature multiple patterns or shapes and a variety of hues and tints. To get you started, here are some typical shapes and symbols:
When you are in co-ordination with yourself, you are in a circle.
You feel as if you're on a trip from pain to perfection when you're crossing: conflict.
Shell denotes femininity, for example in Botticelli's masterpiece "Birth of Venus."
Spiral: feeling detached from genuine concepts might be unreasonable at times.
Square: to have a solid and realistic self-perception.