The meaning of Planets in dream | Dream interpretation
(see Space, Stars)
Someone (potentially yourself) who is constantly hovering around others for security, attention, or companionship.
Cycles that repeat themselves, but usually over very long periods of time. Think back over the years and see if what’s happening right now doesn’t have a twin in your past.
Astrologically, each planet has different attributes that it may represent in your dream. Here is a brief overview of the major planets noted in astrological writings:
Mercury: Named after the Roman messenger of the gods, this planet governs communication and speedy action.
Venus: Named after the Roman goddess oflove, this planet governs relationships, matters of beauty / appearance, and passions.
Mars: Named after the Roman god of war, this planet governs justice, anger, and the warrior spirit.
Jupiter: Named after the chief Roman god, noted for protection, athletics, and excellence.
Saturn: Named after the Roman god of agriculture, this planet governs manifestation, productivity, and abundance.
A dream denoting joyful tidings (Gypsy). Probably derived from the Biblical description of the birth of Christ.
In general, the planets represent areas of change and progression in your life or emerging personal qualities. All over the world, the planets and Zodiacal constellations have inspired myths and superstitions, along with the belief that their positions and movements influence the course of human life.
If you have a scientific mindset, you may find this concept difficult to accept; but even if this is the case, you may still be influenced by age-old associations. This is why dreams that feature the planets or the constellations or drew a particular planet to your conscious attention should never be dismissed; your dreaming mind may have been using the language of astrology to send you a message. Each of the planets is named after a Roman god or goddess, and is thought to share the attributes of its namesake. See also MIND, BODY, SPIRIT.
Dreaming about planets could represent desire to explore either our internal world or the world of our egos (the external or physical world). Planets could also represent deeper things such as the way that we relate to ourselves. They can say something about the relationship that exists between our soul and ego.
An orbiting planet could represent your ego.
It is traveling around the sun (i.e. soul) and the entire thing could be a huge circle that is You.
If this sounds like a very far out idea, well, it may be! However, if what Carl Jung said is true, all dream images bring us back to issues of self-identity and most evolved and profound understanding of self.
1- Dreaming of planets is to be linking with very subtle energies which surround us and have an effect on our lives, even though we may not be consciously aware of it.
2- The interpretations of the planetary significances are; Jupiter suggests growth and expansion, and also freedom from limitation. Mars indicates activity and war but also drive. Mercury signifies communication, intuition and mental powers. Moon represents our emotions and our links with our mother. Neptune works with illusion but also with inspiration. Pluto has charge ol” the unconscious and transformation. Saturn is a restraining influence and rules the past. Sun usually symbolises the Self and the energy that we have. Uranus governs sudden changes. Venus highlights love and beautv.
3- Spiritually, once we become aware of how the subtle energies can help us live our lives successfully, we can learn to make use of planetary energy.
1. Personal sphere of inﬂuence.
2. Sense of fate, fortune or future (horoscopes).
3. Possibly difﬁcult journey ahead (to travel among).
Depth Psychology: Planets in a dream are symbols of your unconscious. Each planet stands for a specific area of your life and your personality. Dreaming about a specific planet means that its characteristics are important at this time.
Sun: Self-confidence, life goals, will power, masculine energy.
Moon: Emotions, sensitivity, desire for contact, feminine energies.
Mercury: Reason, intellect, communication, learning, information, negotiations, traveling, selling, buying.
I cnus: Esthetics, harmony, art, assimilation, love, sensuality, pleasure, female libido.
Mars: Vitality, courage, will power, drive, determination, male libido.
Jupiter: Self-worth, judgment, kindness, tolerance, wisdom, and religious foundation.
Saturn: Physical strength, order, limits, security, peace, concentration, responsibilities.
Uranus: Intuition, creative intelligence, originality, change, discoveries and explorations, reforming.
Neptune: Universal love, idealism, support, social engagement.
Pluto: Death and rebirth, metamorphosis, transformation, collective strength and energy, destruction, power (powerlessness).
Spiritually, once we become aware of how the subtle energies can help us live our lives successfully, we can learn to make use of planetary energy. This is a belief that goes back to ancient times and is the basis of astrology.
Psychological / emotional perspective: The interpretations of the planetary significances are: jupiter suggests growth and expansion, and also freedom from limitation. Mars indicates activity and war but also drive. Mercury signifies communication, intuition and mental powers.
The moon represents our emotions and our links with our mother. Neptune works with illusion – but also with inspiration. Pluto has charge of the unconscious and transformation. Saturn is a restraining influence and rules the past.
The sun usually symbolizes the self and the energy that we have. Uranus governs sudden changes. Venus highlights love and beauty.
Material aspects: Dreaming of planets is to be linking with very subtle energies, which surround us and have an effect on our lives, even though we may not be consciously aware of them. Often as we begin to study the esoteric arts we become more aware of these influences.
The planets represent powerful archetypal energies that may influence your personality and your life. As heightened power, they bnng their individual attributes to you to strengthen your character.
For instance, Venus offers the qualities of love and beauty and Mars the initiative to move forward.
The planets may also signify bodies of knowledge, each offering different lessons to your life.
For instance, Saturn teaches you about materializing your goals and offers lessons about structure, rules, and regulations.
(See entries for individual planets.)
The influence of the abstract or subtle in one’s life; desire for the strange or alien.
If dreamer has any inkling of astrology, the planet can depict the traditional planetary’ qualities. Sun: vital energy, the self; consciousness or awareness. Moon: see moon. Mercury: intuition and the mind. V^ nus: love, motherhood and femininity; receptivity. Mars: energetic activity; aggressive action or fire in one’s life and feelings; masculinity ruled by passions. Jupiter, growth; expansion in self and activities; preservation; freedom from limitations. Saturn: fate; the past catching up with us; retarding influence, emotional coldness; lessons of life which shape our growth; time. Uranus: sudden changes, fluctuation. Neptune: the unconscious influence in daily life; psychic impressions, awareness of death. Pluto: the deep unconscious and death; beyond the ego.