Forests Drenched in Light and Fog by Boguslaw Strempel
Dream: Unearthly storm wind, and swarms of birds splayed by her. I amid and below.
"Winds in a dream represent the sphere of one’s control and his power to change things, or to maneuver people’s interests."
"A disoriented bird’s crowd embodies a confusion of physical or material considerations as a contrast to spiritual desire."
Association: - Suggestion, - sensory Überreizung. Question: - Where in my life am I looking for suggestion? Where do I feel overtaxed?
As a vision, wind symbolises the intellect. The interpretation of the dream depends above all on the strength of the wind. A gentle breeze suggests ease and pleasure. A storm could stand for a principle the dreamer believes in passionately, while a north wind stands for the menace of his security. Wind embodies spiritual-mental forces which influence - partly unconsciously - the life. If he comes from the back, the quick progress promises, from the front he indicates obstacles.
The wind was valid with many people as a breath of the earth. In him was seen the work of higher forces. The wind often changes rather fast its direction and strength. As a dream symbol he stands for unstableness and fleetingness.
Also in the dream the wind is a natural phenomenon. Calm is a sign of strong energy. But also if the wind rises, this points to strong spiritual energy. If a storm raves, however, in the dream off, this one tip to power can be. The dream wind brings mostly fresh wind in our personal matters and relations. He drives our life ship, is the spiritual engine which moves us to the action which releases, energy, so that we can soon achieve an aim, - this is even lighter if it concerns tail wind. Quietly murmuring wind lets us reach a quieter waterway. At the psychological level the wind announces a new, deeper consciousness. In the Bible the holy mind announces himself as a roaring, violent storm. Strong wind can also stand for a revelation.
Association: - Freedom, - escape, - freeing from the weight of the physical level. Question: - Which part of me wants to fly?
Birds are ordinarily a symbol for imagination, thought and ideas which need her freedom to emerge. Since pagan times people have been fascinated by birds and aviation. Earlier, it was believed that birds were the bearers of the soul and would own accordingly magic and mystic forces. If he sits in the cage, points to obstacles with the ‘high-altitude flights’, the empty cage announces disappointments.
The bird lives in the air, which was up to the 20th century, an inaccessible area of the mind. In the dream it is a symbol for contents of the unconscious. The bird is an aerial being said to indicate spiritual-emotionally the thought which moves our everyday life. The bird can embody the soul.
Fluttering of birds helplessly in a space or a cage may represent the soul state from which one searches a way out. If they fly freely and unhindered by our dreamscape, this implies the freedom of our thoughts, on our unloaded soul.
Birds in the dream express the need of the person to project his qualities on objects and living beings outside of himself. They also have an erotic meaning, derived from Greek mythology in which the bird belonged to the god Cupid.
A freely flying bird shows longings and wishes and may be the mind climbing up to the divine.
An especially splendid plumage points out to the facade of the dreaming and on how he sees himself.
A bird with golden wings has the same meaning like fire and, hence, refers to spiritual longing.
A bird high flying in the winds indicates at spiritual consciousness or the part in the dreaming who strives for knowledge.
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You don’t even have to use words.
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The sound of light wind
The slight of air over shoulder
An afar train the heartbeat on a breeze
Its breaths – lulls and swells
Potential urgency before release into whispers.
Pleasure. Touch, scent, sound, surround. From where? To where. What. Sleep.