Movement of life, the wheel of life (or Wheel of Fortune). You are concentrating on your center— “navel-gazing.”
Ability to assert oneself, desire for control, often carried too far, bad behavior. The image of the axe also points to chopping wood and, with its rhythmical movement, carries a sexual connotation that implies aggression. The meaning here could be crudeness, but it may also express the joy of sexual vitality. In addition, chopping wood […]
Breaking out of what is considered the norm. Repressed drives. See Termination, Surf, Fire, Electricity, Abduction, Defloration, Flames, Violence, Greed, Harem, Skin Rash, Wire (High-Voltage), and Prostitute. In the form of ecstasy, it has a sexual meaning. If your dreams are about severe seizures (particularly when specific organs are involved), consider seeing a psychologist. ASTROLOGY: […]
Inferiority complex. You feel inferior in your social environment. Symbol of self-worth, wanting to advance but feeling your shortcomings. Sign of romanticizing social status by holding on to ideals uncritically, even those that should have been discarded long ago. What do you really want out of life?
Separation and disarmament, distancing, which may be positive or negative. Protection from emotional pain. See Knight.
Focus and concentration on a goal. This image is a “point of reference,” and suggests the way you have—or should have—developed. In addition, the arrow is a male sexual symbol and a symbol of aggression.
The animal, compulsive nature of human beings. Instincts, according to Freud and most other dream interpreters, removed from awareness (animus); or awareness removed from instinct (anima) in human beings. The image of the suppressed or of the shadow, suggesting a chance for integration. The type of animal in the dream is important. Jung suggested that […]
Something needs to be activated; something must be done immediately (a dream of warning or a dream of war). Are you showing tendencies of too great a separation between conscious action and unconscious feelings or wishes.7 It could also be a reactive dream, after your alarm clock has gone off!
“Muddying the water,” lack of clarity, unscrupulousness, intoxication, emotionalizing, melodrama. It may be a concrete warning of too much alcohol consumption. The symbol may also be a challenge from the unconscious, demanding more clarity and deliberation. Is life lived in a fog.7 Are important problems being repressed.7 In another sense, this symbol may be pointing […]
Often appears in a dream when you are suffering from lack of self-worth. Also addressed here is the dreamer’s “responsibility to govern,” which means facing the problems and developing the capabilities to manage his own issues. In that sense, it addresses self-determination. Such concerns are surely influenced by the dreamer’s attitude toward power and acceptance. […]