Birch, Dream Interpretation

Young, slender girl.

The birch combines black and white in its bark, implying contradictions.

During the Middle Ages, magic protection against witches and evil spirits.

(see Forest, Trees)

Birth and origination. This tree gets its name from the first letter of the Druidical alphabet, which also represents beginnings.

Making a mark that distinguishes your personal territory on the job, at home, or in a situation. Birch rods were used in ancient rites called Beating the Bounds in which people would walk and mark their lands (see Wand).

Sturdiness. This tree is even hardier than an oak.

Matters of communication, especially writing. Birch bark was predominantly used in the ancient world as a type of paper.

A fresh start that leads to fruitful manifestation. In many rural regions, the blossoming of the birch marks the beginning of the growing season.

As the Lady of the Woods, the birch also represents refined grace and elegance.

Birch | Dream Interpretation

Keywords of this dream: Birch

Little Giant Encyclopedia

The Bird that combines black and white, as in Birch in the plant world. Light and shadow are to be integrated in your inner life, as in Marriage, Intercourse, and Bride / Bridegroom.

The magpie is a thief; something is being taken from you, as in Burglar.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

Ariadne's Book of Dream

Trees represent life and wisdom. With roots in the Lower World, trees pump up the power of the earth and demonstrate our deep connection to the core of the earth through our own bodies. Their branches can represent branches o knowledge that reach toward the sky, or the Upper World, to obtain higher knowledge. Trees demonstrate the creative power of nature and point to your own potential to regenerate your life.

The wood itself is an element used to build with. Trees symbolically have been associated with the Garden of Eden and returning to innocence. Trees also symbolize the fulfillment and enlightenment that can come through a direct relationship with nature.

• Bare tree: A barren tree can represent your need to embrace your own beauty, naked and unadorned.

A bare tree is a winter tree and may indicate an understanding of the cycles of life, maturation, and the embracing of old age and its wisdom.

The barren tree may also signify a time of loss or a fruitless venture.

• Birch tree: The birch tree signifies wisdom and naked beauty.

• Blossoming tree: As a sign of spring, a tree in bloom is associated with potential or new beginnings.

• Fruit-bearing tree: A tree with ripe fruit is associated with accepting the bounty of life. On the other hand, unripened fruit on a tree might represent having to wait for a project’s fruition before enjoying the rewards.

• Oak tree: An oak tree symbolizes strength and stability.

• Olive tree: The olive tree brings the gift of peace. Its branches are an offenng of peace for humanity.

• Palm tree: The palm represents victory and resurrection.

• Willow tree: The willow tree signifies flexibility and mourning. Red willow, for Native Americans, represents manifestation.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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