poseidon

Poseidon, Dream Interpretation


1. Kingly, lordlike behavior; negative, misogynistic (to see the god neptune or poseidon).

2. A desire, usually spiritual/emo­tional, to see the ocean or large body of water.

3. Horses.



Poseidon | Dream Interpretation

Keywords of this dream: Poseidon

New American Dream Dictionary

1. Spirituality, vision and mysticism (to dream of the planet).

2. A need for greater compassion and understanding— especially socially, sometimes regarding the inner self.

3. A de­sire, usually spiritual/emotional, to see the ocean or large body of water (to see the god neptune or poseidon).

4. Horses. ... New American Dream Dictionary

The Bedside Dream Dictionary

Pluto or Hades are synonymous with hell. Pluto is the brother of Zeus and Poseidon and the ruler of the underworld, or the land of the dead.

The kingdom of the dead is located underneath the surface of the earth. It is not only the holding place for the eternally damned, but is symbolic of metamorphoses, mineral wealth, germination and the transition from death to life. From a psychoanalytic point of view, Pluto may represent the deepest and the oldest part of the psyche. It may be the holding place of the darkest and most negative and disturbing elements of the individual.

The most destructive emotions and the greatest fears may be hidden there. However, this dark part of the psyche may also hold the greatest amount of transformative energy and power. As the unconscious demons begin to surface and are processed and then assimilated by the conscious mind, the individual begins to develop and experience feelings of completeness and wholeness. Astrologically, Pluto is symbolic of radical reconstruction that rejects harmful elements and is built on a solid foundation. Seeing Pluto in dreams seems to be an extremely valuable message from the unconscious. It suggests that the dreamer needs to contemplate and to explore his inner world; to face his fears and negative traits, to travel inward and then to emerge stronger and more alive than before the psychic or soulful journey began.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

Ariadne's Book of Dream

As the ultimate “nice guy’ who wins the heart of his leading lady with his sharp wit and sincerity in romantic comedies such as Sleepless in Seattle and You’ve Got Mail, Tom Hanks may arrive in a woman’s dream to coax her out of a mind-set of suspicion and mistrust of men’s intentions. In Splash, where he brings home a mermaid who saves him and attempts to socialize her; he represents the archetype Poseidon, the ruler of the undersea, who creates sea creatures of his liking. Playing this role in a dream, Tom Hanks may symbolize a woman’s male side and may indicate that her wisdom and strong feminine intuition do have a place in the world. Appearing in a man’s dream, Tom Hanks may offer a model for a strong inrellert and an equally strong heart in balance.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

The Language of Dreams

(see Three, Water, Weapons)

Ancient: The union of the God aspect with that of the triune Goddess. Out of this union, tremendous creative power is born.

Alchemical: An alternative emblem for water. Note that the Greek and Roman gods Poseidon and Neptune are frequently pictured holding a trident representing their dominion over the waters and all that dwells within. Therefore, this dream may symbolize a new sense of control over your emotions.... The Language of Dreams

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