(see Bowl, Cauldron, Chalice, Circle) The shape of a basket makes it a natural symbol of the womb, the feminine aspect, and pregnajicy. If the basket is full, a sign of productivity and providence. Conversely, an empty-basket speaks of something in your life that is wanting for fulfillment. WTiat specifically does the basket contain? If […]
(See Basket, Chicken, Eating) Cracking open: Coming out of a shell and enjoying a more social existence. Alternatively, the hirth of new ideals or abilities. Potential and fertility just waiting to be liberated from within. Rotten: Something about this predicament “smells” bad, even though it mav outwardly appear quite good. A fragile or delicate situation […]
(see Clay, Globe) Being grounded or having solid foundations (e.g., being “down to earth”). Earthly or mundane matters. The physical plane. Plowing and planting: Efforts toward acquiring or accentuating positive attributes (see Garden, Farm). A place of emergence, especially for magical power. In the Middle Ages, it was widely believed that witches gained energy from […]
(see Birds, Swan) The creative principle. In Egypt, a goose laid the cosmic egg from which the Universe sprang. India: Representative of freedom, eloquence, and learning. Easter: A bringer of good news, especially for lovers. Geese mate for life. An alternative wind emblem, having associations with Boreas in Greek mythology, the god of the north […]
(see Body, Fingers, Gloves) Healing (e.g., the “laying on of hands”). In many cultures, hands are a predominant tool as a healer’s conduit for divine energy. A token of friendship, especially if extended toward you. Good intentions. In some tribal societies, people greeted each other with upheld hands to indicate the lack of -weapons and […]
(see Birds, Trees) A dream manifestation of the nesting instinct common to pregnant women, or women who wish to conceive. Building or finding a safe haven for yourself and your loved ones. A bird sitting on eggs in a nest reflects the figurative hatching of ideas or plans, and knowing that all things come with […]
A beggar: Expecting to experience a loss, and anxiety that comes from this expectation. Alternatively, bad management and the need for improved frugality. Starvation: An aspect of your personality or talents that is inadequately developed, or needs some type of infusion (see Hunger). Tilings in your life that you have blatantly neglected. For example, seeing […]
A sign of coming marriage. A nest full of eggs means success in your personal life. A nest full of baby birds presages a coming trip with friends. An empty nest means that plans for a trip will fall through. See Bird for individual bird nests.
Opportunities. To give freely to the beggar means you will be making great gams and having tremendous opportunities. To ignore a beggar is to miss out on what could bring you big success. See also Meeting.