Mango Symbolism and Spiritual Meanings (Happiness and Wealth)

Mango Symbolism and Spiritual Meanings

Mangoes are known as the king of fruits and in many cultures, they are also known as the fruit of gods. They have deep symbolic meanings for cultures where Mangos natively grow.

They symbolize happiness, love, wealth, and versatility.

Many children have very sweet memories of mangoes. Every summer, eating mangoes with your favorite people can be a happy time. It’s a reminder of summer days of fun and play.

Seeing mangoes in your dreams can have a lot of positive meanings and interpretations, too. Mangoes in your dreams are mostly symbolic of love and relationship.

Remember that symbolism is subjective. The below are examples of possible interpretations only, and may not be the correct interpretations for you and your situation.

What Does Mango Symbolize in Real Life?

1. Love

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In many cultures, the mango is a symbol of love. People often give mangoes as gifts to newly married couples. They’re believed to be natural aphrodisiacs and a ripe mango can remind you of sensuality. This is why they’re often served as breakfast fruits during romantic vacation packages.

2. Wealth

Wealth

Mangoes are yellow in color. This iconic color is the color of wealth. The yellow of mangoes is also close to gold. Furthermore, mangoes are called the king of fruits.  

Furthermore, abundant mangoes on a mango tree are very valuable to a farmer. Therefore, a bunch of mangoes on a mango tree are often highly symbolic of wealth.

3. Fertility

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In many cultures, people gift mangoes to newlywed couples. It is given as a blessing to the couple so that they can have many babies together. Mangoes are ripe, plentiful fruits that make us think of high fertility rates. Furthermore, they are considered aphrodisiacs and therefore are given to newlyweds to encourage them to have babies.

4. Versatility

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In eastern cultures, mangoes are used for many different purposes. The unripe mango is used for making curries, pickles, and dips. The ripe ones are used in desserts, ice-creams, and shakes. This makes them a very versatile food item that can be used for any number of meal types.

5. Happiness

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Mango can also represent happiness as many people have sweet and happy moments of their childhood associated with mangoes. We usually eat mangoes in the height of summer when happy memories are plentiful.

Mango Dream Meanings

1. Overcoming Problems (Seeing Mango)

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Seeing mangoes in your dreams is often considered a good sign. It can mean that you are finally overcoming some long-running problems in your life.

Overcoming these problems in your life will relieve you from stress and will also give you some time to relax. Take some time for yourself and appreciate all the hard work you do to overcome the challenges.

2. Lust or Romance (Eating a Fresh Mango)

Eating a fresh mango in your dreams can be a sign of feelings of lust or romance for someone.

Being attracted to someone who matches your preferences is only natural. If you have romantic feelings for someone, it is better to express them sooner than later.

3. Shaky Relationship or Trust Issues (Someone Snatching Your Mango)

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If someone snatches your mango in your dream then some people consider this a wake-up call. It might occur when there are problems in your relationship.

If you have trust issues with your partner or just have relationship problems, then this is a common dream. It doesn’t necessarily mean your trust issues are valid, though. The dream is often just your thoughts expressing themselves through symbolism in your sleep.

4. Someone Has Got Your Back (Seeing a Mango Tree)

Seeing a mango tree in your dream is a positive sign. It can mean that you have a true friend in your life that has always got your back no matter what.

Having a friend who has your back in everything you do is just a blessing. It gives you strength and courage to do the hard things. Once you know that there is someone who will support you, you can do any task easily.

Cherish this bond you have with this person and do not do anything ever to hurt it.

5. Overwhelmed with Your Relationship (Eating a Rotten Mango)

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Eating a rotten mango in your dreams can be a sign of worry. It can hint that you are currently overwhelmed with your relationship or marriage.

The only way to get out of this stressful situation is by communicating with your partner. Communication is often the best way to handle a situation like this. The frustration and overwhelm may pass. Remember, all relationships require hard work to maintain them.

6. Better Financial Situation (Buying Mangoes)

Buying mangoes in your dreams can be a good sign for you. It can mean that your financial situation is going to get better if you put in the work.

If you are struggling financially then this could be a good sign. It may mean that there are opportunities to escape a bad financial situation but you can only capitalize on these if you are smart and conservative. When you are in a better space financially, you can do more things for yourself and your family. You can also live your life more stress-free.

7. Disappointment (Selling Mangoes)

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Selling mangoes in your dreams is often a sign that you are disappointed in someone close to you.

This dream often occurs after someone close to you has done something that you didn’t expect from them. This dream is often just an expression of your mind’s disappointment. The selling of the mangoes is a metaphor for your mind’s desire to discard the disappointment that you’re feeling.

How to Interpret Spiritual Symbolism

Interpreting symbolism and spiritual meanings is subjective and deeply personal. The symbolic meanings listed in this article are examples of potential interpretations, but might not be true for your situation.

Make sure you meditate and journal about your vision. Reflect on what you saw and think about what message you think is relevant to you and your life right now.

This doesn’t mean choosing the message you want to hear, but the one you think you need to hear at this point in your life. Only you can decide which meaning is the right one for your situation.

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Summary Table of Mango Dreams

Mango in your dreams is mostly associated with your relationship or financial condition. It can tell you a lot about your current phase and what is coming in the near future.

If you see mangoes in your dreams then they can have both positive and negative interpretations. Meditate and journal to see if these possible interpretations are right for you. Dreams are very subjective, so it’s important you examine them with an open mind.

Here are a few examples of possible interpretations (remembering none of them might be the right one!):

Mango SymbolismPotential Meaning or Interpretation
1.Seeing a Mango in GeneralThere is a chance that you will overcome a long-running problem.
2.Eating a Fresh MangoIt is mostly associated with lust. It can mean that you have romantic feelings for a person.
3.Someone Snatches Your MangoIt can be a sign of worry. You might be having some problems with your relationship.
4.Seeing a Mango TreeIt can be a hint that someone has got your back no matter what happens.
5.Eating a Rotten MangoThere is a chance that you might be overwhelmed with your relationship.
6.Buying MangoesIt can be viewed as a good symbol. Your financial situation might get better if you are smart and conservative with your money.
7.Selling MangoesSomeone recently disappointed you.

Conclusion

A mango is a symbol of love, fertility, wealth, and happiness in many cultures. Its symbolic meaning is generally quite positive. Seeing mango in your dreams can also have positive interpretations. Reflect on the symbolism in the dreams and remember that it’s all subjective so these interpretations are possible interpretations only. The only person who can identify the true interpretation is you, and you can do this through meditation and journaling.

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