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Mother Earth - A Living Organism

The Unconscious World of Dream
intuitive knowledge


(1) Water may symbolize emotions or psychic energy. It is therefore important to notice whether the water is free flowing or stagnant {or frozen}, clean or foul. If it represents your emotions then apply accordingly.

(2} water is a common symbol for fertility, growth, creative potential {especially is it takes the form of a reservoir or still lake}, new life, or healing.

(3) It is also a symbol for the unconscious. Deep water, oceans, seas, large lakes often symbolize the collective unconscious. Smaller bodies of water may symbolize the personal unconscious.

(4) It is a feminine symbol, representing either your own femininity {whether you are a male or female}, or your mother. It is therefore important to note your reaction to the water in your dream. Are you afraid of water in real life? This may mean you are afraid of women {if you are a man}, of your mother, or of your unconscious {hidden aspects that can be emotionally disturbing when brought to consciousness}.

Reference: Eric Ackroyd

The spiritual path....is a psychological journey
Common Dream Symbols & Motifs
Autos Boats Bridge Buddha Bugs Chains Chase/Chased Child Cliff Clothes Conflict Colors
Dancing Death Devil Demons Drowning Dying Eagle Earth Earthquake Father Fighting
Fish Frog God Goddess Guilt Gun Hair Hands Head Horse House Insects Jesus
Ladders Monsters Moon Mother Nightmares Nudity Numbers People Rape Relationships
Rooms Sex Snake Sun Teeth Tornado Tree Urinating Violence Water Whale
Famous People
Dreams & Childhood Recollections
Dreams & Repression
Personal & Collective Unconscious
Do Dreams Predict the Future
introvert-extravert-thinking/feeling-sensing-intuitive-judging....Jung's Model of the Psyche

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