Astrology and Dream Interpretation - Symbol that Future Related Indicator

The Important Element to Look

A to Z of Dream, the simple-to-understand astrology of dreams, or a way of interpreting using your astrological element.

"The language of astrology helps us to not only understand ourselves, but the moments through which we’re both living and dreaming, and as such, it can help us translate the meaning of our dreams,"Our dreams help us tap into the deep wisdom residing in our unconscious that can provide us further insights that allow us to hone in on what we can learn about ourselves through our astrology chart."
Both astrology and dreams are really just methods to tap into our self-awareness and psyche. 

After all, the Freudian interpretation of dreams is that it’s our subconscious mind sending messages about our desires, albeit in a kind of wonky, garbled way. And if your sun sign (and rising sign, and moon sign, and all the luminaries) are constantly on your mind, why wouldn’t they manifest into your dreams?

Why and understanding of elements and new moons is an important basis for the astrology of dreams.

Our Dream contain four major elements, FIRE, WATER, EARTH, AIR, take note its major Element which requires deep interpretation..

For Example of dream about water like, Walking on the ''PIER'' while Looking at the ''OCEAN'' in dream interpretation, Often the interpretation is Future related or will happen in the near future.


The astrological elements essentially explain your temperament, or the way you compose yourself: fire signs (Aries, Leo, and Sagittarius), Earth signs (Taurus, Virgo, and Capricorn), air signs (Gemini, Libra, and Aquarius), and water signs (Cancer, Scorpio, and Pisces). 

A to Z of Dream by  involves identifying symbols related to your sign, by element, and ideally pairing them with what’s going on in the dream. If the imagery is violent or negative, then that’s an indication that your elemental lower qualities might be coming out, or you’re simply in a bad situation.

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