Excerpt from: Naked - Nakedness
Nakedness in both dreams and visions speaks of being vulnerable and exposed.
Perhaps you are someone that is not comfortable with opening up to others. If you dream of being naked and you do not care, it means that you are coming to the place where you are comfortable with being transparent with others.
So if you dream of walking around naked, but it does not bother you, it only means that you are being transparent and that you have nothing to hide. In ministry this is certainly a good thing.
If you are naked in your dream and you are uncomfortable with it, then it means that you feel exposed or vulnerable at the moment. You feel that you are overwhelmed and that you cannot handle the situation that you are in.
It can also mean that you are perhaps being TOO transparent with people that you should not be sharing absolutely everything with.
Although we need to be open to the Lord and our fellow believers, there are times when we need to keep things to ourselves so that the enemy does not get wind of what God is doing.
In my book, The Journey of Tamar, there is a chapter where she is stripped of all her old clothing so that she can be clothed again in something new. It was a picture of the process the Lord took me through and one many believers face.
As you have looked to the Lord for blessing or a new ministry, He is going to take you through change. It will mean letting go of the old and allowing Him to strip you first. Only then can He give you the new blessing that He has for you.
If you have desired to enter into a relationship with the Lord and you see yourself (or someone else) naked, the interpretation is clear.
The Lord is saying that before you can progress you need to allow yourself to be naked before Him. He already knows your sins and your failures, so you do not need to fear. However, unless you let down your guard and allow the Lord into those secret parts of your life, you will never progress.
You never need to feel afraid of being naked before the Lord, because He does not intend to leave you that way. He simply intends to heal your wounds and re-clothe you in royalty!
Genesis 2:25 And they were both naked, the man and his wife, and were not ashamed.
Nakedness spoke of shame in Scripture, and this is certainly true when you have faced hurts in your life.
If you see yourself (or someone else in personal ministry) naked, dirty and bleeding, it is a picture of the hurts you have endured in the past and that still plague you today.
See also: Bathroom, Shower