Dream Interpretation Jupiter | Dream Meanings

Guide and guru. Jupiter (father of the gods) is the ultimate authority archetype and father figure. The Jupiter archetype is associated with the Greek mythic figure of Zeus, the king of the Olympian gods; it is related also to Fortuna and Providence. Jupiter is therefore related to your vocation and the way in which you can be successful. The largest planet in the solar system, Jupiter also represents the principles of growth and expansion.

The Element Encyclopedia | Theresa Cheung

Dreams of Jupiter, the second largest planet next to Venus, are about your judgments, opinions, abundance, power and influence.

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To see Jupiter in your dream symbolizes success, optimism and/or spending sprees.

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(Planet) The planet Jupiter in a dream represents a treasurer. Seeing it along with the Moon in a dream means business trading, prosperity, or rising in station. Ifone sees it descending, or star-crossed, or burning in a dream, then it represents literary gatherings, poetic recitals, dream interpretation, poetry, singing, prayers, fasting, making a pilgrimage to God’s House in Mecca and offering religious devotion.

(Also see Heavens)

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Depth Psychology: The planet Juniper means good fortune, growth, wealth, great plans, intellectual stimulation, prosperity, and tolerance.

The dream might also express certain appetites (cravings for food, drink, and sex), and you will satisfy them by hook or crook.

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Expansion of the spiritual side of life is the message of Jupiter, the planet of spintual attainment and rewards. Jupiter’s influence brings about potent energy within a dream that may catalyze spiritual growth. It offers liberation from the limitations of life and announces a time when any idea may come into manifestation.

It is a sign of financial good fortune.

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Jupiter | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Jupiter

Jupiter (zeus)

Greek god Zeus and the Roman god Jupiter are one and the same. Zeus is the god of gods. He is the creator of day, thunder and lightning, the seasons and is the “sky god.” Zeus holds supreme power and his decisions are not questioned as he is the father of gods and men. He represents external order and authority. His wisdom, power and sense of fairness supports the structure of the ancient Greek and Roman universe. Jupiter, or Zeus, is a “good father” that provides the opportunity for growth, development, prosperity and health. Jupiter, as a planet, has a central position among the other planets in the solar system. Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars are on one side and Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto on the other. Astrologically, Jupiter represents balance, organization, abundance and optimism.

If you are down on your luck or a bit disorganized, this dream may be calling for awareness of supportive internal and external forces. Our dreams often compensate for what is lacking in daily life. In this way, dreams attempt to balance the psyche. Thus, dreaming of Jupiter is reassuring and invites the dreamer to access the power in his own psyche and to embrace a positive attitude. Jupiter is a reminder that there is an order to the universe that provides us with an opportunity to have a prosperous, balanced and joyful life. ... The Bedside Dream Dictionary


The Bedside Dream Dictionary

Zeus / Jupiter

The supreme deity in the Greco-Roman pantheon is the father archetype at its most uncompromising, ruthless and dominant. The powerful presence of any authority figure in your dream may evoke anxiety about the father figure, or other figures of authority in your life. As Jung pointed out, ‘here is the archetypal leader, the voice of collective authority, the Lord, king or tyrant, but also protector, the figure whose word is law.’ It is important to bear in mind that sometimes Zeus got it wrong and was ridiculed by his subjects.... The Element Encyclopedia


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