Seeing an Ibis in a dream is a portent of good fortune and impending change. The bird's determination and optimism make it appear that everything is possible given enough time.
Due to its long legs and beak, the ibis bird is sometimes mistaken for a stalk of grain. In addition, if you dream of a flying ibis, it could be a sign of impending change or good fortune. If this symbol appears, it may indicate that positive shifts are on the horizon.
Ibis: what does it indicate when you see one in a dream? It's possible to confuse an Ibis with the stalk. Let's say you spot an Ibis in the sky, in a dream, or as the recipient of a feeding. All of these things point to future improvement.
The bird, which is sometimes misunderstood to be the stalk, may indicate someone who seems emotionless in their actions but actually has facets of their personality that aren't yet well known.
If an ibis appears in your dream, or if you dream that you are the bird soaring above everyone else who is feeding this lovely creature food to keep it healthy, it could be a sign that you will soon reap the rewards of your hard work and commitment.
Over the past seven thousand years, the Ibis has remained a constant member of our avian community. Among ancient civilizations, the Egyptians felt the closest to this creature. However, in many cultures from Africa to Arabia, even today it is viewed as a sign of good fortune and protection from evil spirits.
While in flight or on the ground, the bird's big beak and long neck feathers extend up high into the air, resembling wheat stalks swaying above acres of lush land. Possibly, if you were this creature, it was trying to warn you that good things are on the horizon even if they haven't arrived just yet. The fact that wheat may be planted in the dry season with the knowledge that eventually the ground would be flooded with rain makes it a symbol of optimism.
When out and about, it's not always easy to identify a stalk from a regular bird. Perhaps you saw it soaring, but it could have just been waiting to be fed by someone else. If more food is becoming available, then the ibis's appearance indicates that things are looking up and will continue to improve, which is good news for these birds.
Perhaps you've seen an ibis in the sky, or perhaps you yourself are an ibis of the air. If this was what you saw in your dream, then good things are on the horizon for you.
It's easy to confuse the ibis, a duck, with other species of birds because of its similar appearance. From a distance, it resembles a stork or heron because of its long, curved neck that rises up to peer at you before plunging back into the dark depths below. Changes are on the horizon, whether it be because something emerged appearing as if it could fly but then dipped back down, or because it is simply hungry and attempting to locate food among all these dead things on dry land.