Ink has significance, particularly in magical practices, when it is used to reflect powers that are outside the norm.
In written magical spells it is often important to use particular inks in order to achieve the required results.
Spiritually this creates the correct vibration and this concept often surfaces in dreams.
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- Dream Girdle (Material aspects)For those who have an interest in magic and magical practices, the cingulum or witch’s girdle – in itself a magical tool – will often appear in dreams.
- Dream Bonds There are two meanings for bonds in dreams. One is as in savings bonds (promissory notes) and the second as in bindings and cords.Spiritually, the significance is that of an undertaking, the changing of conflict into law and order, of chaos into cosmic order. Evil can traditionally be contained by…
- Dream Plait Very subtle influences come into play when we begin to develop spiritually. Hair plaited into the shape of a crown – or wound round the head – indicates spiritual attainment. Hair is often used as a representation of the individual in magical spells.
- Dream Chrysalis Metamorphosis and magical powers are symbolized by the chrysalis.That which is intrinsically ugly and therefore apparently spiritually unacceptable goes through a process of inactivity to become something new.
- Dream Wand Obviously a wand works in andem with magic, so to dream of a wand can symbolize ‘magical’ powers that may influence us or that we are capable of using.It is only when we fully understand these powers that we can use them effectively.
- Dream Crossroads (Psychological / emotional perspective)We are in a situation where two opposing forces are coming together, not in conflict but in harmony. Many magical spells are dissipated at crossroads when they are thrown to the four winds.This image in dreams is therefore very powerful.
- Dream Diadem (Psychological / emotional perspective)There is always a magical feeling or sense of wonder associated with the diadem or tiara, and it can be taken to represent the magical and unknown.In dreams as in real life it is felt to confer status.
- Dream Compass (Gives gender - specific) In magical work the compass is used to help define the four most powerful directions.In both men’s and women’s dreams a compass may suggest the search for magical power.
- Dream Quest (Material aspects)Many fairy stories and mythological tales have as their main theme the search for something rare or magical (e.G. Jason and the argonauts).Such themes can be translated into dreams in a personally applicable way. We eventually find the rare and magical within ourselves.
- Dream Element / S (Psychological / emotional perspective)Water is the element most strongly associated with emotion and tends to have this significance in dreams.Air represents intellect.In magical terms each element has its own significance and direction.It is these correspondences that may first appear in dreams.