The meaning of Hexagram in dream | Dream interpretation
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1- Technically, the hexagram is a figure of six lines and represents the union of two forces, the Yin (feminine) and the Yang (masculine).
For this to appear in a dream represents the principle of ‘as above, so below’.
2- When we attempt to reconcile two forces - the spiritual and the physical we may experience that union in the form of patterns, one significant group of which arc hexagrams.
3- The union of the spiritual and physical worlds is represented by the hexagram.
When spiritually we attempt to reconcile two energies – the spiritual and the physical, or the active and the passive – we may experience that union in dreams in the form of patterns. One significant group of patterns are the hexagrams, said to have been discovered on a tortoise shell by an ancient chinese sage.
A hexagram consists of six lines and symbolizes the union of the spiritual and physical worlds.
Psychological / emotional perspective: Technically, according to the chinese system of i-ching, the hexagram is a figure of six lines on top of one another. Broadly, the three at the top represent the spiritual world and the three at the bottom the physical. These two forces unite together and seem to exert a profound influence in the ordinary world. In dreams the hexagram provides a diagram of how the two forces come together and with study can help us to live our lives successfully.
Material aspects: In the ordinary world we frequently become aware that two energies combined are far more powerful than each individually. When we need a boost in energy our dreams will often give directives as to how to do this.
The hexagrams are a potent image both in dreams and for meditation.
Gives gender - specific: Yang is the masculine or active principle that controls heaven, the day’s activities, the sun’s heat, action and hardness. Yin is the feminine more passive aspect that controls the earth, the night’s mystery, the cool moon, softness and stillness. In both men’s and women’s dreams, when a hexagram appears some kind of balance is being established.
A figure with six lines commonly associated with the 1 Ching. an eastern divination tool, the hexagram symbolizes the order of the universe as applied to human consciousness.