To dream about an action hero, represents your admiration of a their physical traits, bravery and other virtues. Maybe you wish you could be more heroic in your own life. If you were an action hero in your dream, this signifies your inner strength and weaknesses. It may be representative of how you are bravely […]
To dream about a hero, represents your admiration of a their physical traits, bravery and other virtues. Maybe you wish you could be more heroic in your own life. If you were a hero in your dream, this signifies your inner strength and weaknesses. It may represent how you are bravely facing your own personal […]
The hero sets out on his quest or journey knowing that he will undergo trials and tribulations that will have him mature from a youth to a man. In dreams, aspects of that process – such as the knight’s conflict with the dragon or the witch – will often appear. The heroine or princess is […]
In a woman’s dream a hero will largely appear as a protector and as an aspect of her animus. As she herself moves towards autonomy she will develop the qualities of bravery required by the heroine. The princess will appear in a man’s dream as an aspect of his anima, whereas the hero will allow […]
In today’s world the hero has taken on many guises, particularly in psychological parlance. For many people their own heroic figure, from footballer to successful businessperson, will act as a role model in the journey of life. Also consult the individual entries for hero / heroine and quest.
You might also like to consult the entries for camelot, castle, hero / heroine and quest as well as the information on hero in archetypes in the introduction.
1. Hard work and careful consideration yield good results. 2. Peace comes after a period of difﬁculties and concerns. 3. A need for assistance; a mixture of elements combine to overcome problems.
In dream imagery, in order to draw the dreamer’s attention to certain qualities, fabulous beasts are shown as having dual characteristics. The centaur represents the combination of man with beast whilst the minotaur does the reverse – that of beast with man. These combinations are intended to show that we are able to combine two […]
(See Combine; Gather)
Just as a cauldron can be taken to indicate the transformative process, so a pan or pot can symbolize the ability to combine several ‘ingredients’ to make something completely different. This can apply under any circumstances.