Yin and yang Dream Meanings

Yin And Yang Dream Meaning: From 5 Different Sources

This common symbol represents the balancing of the masculine and feminine energies into a whole expression.

The concept of yin and yang symbolizes the balance between intuition and reason.

Dream Source: Ariadne's Book of Dream
Author: Ariadne Green

Perfect spiritual balance is created by the energy created between two complementary opposites, the passive feminine principle and the active masculine. Each contains within itself the ‘seed’ of the other, creating a state of inner stability. This image occurs in dreams when we begin to approach such a state.
Dream Source: Dream Meanings of Versatile
Author: Versatile - Anonymous

Psychological / emotional perspective: We are continuously searching for balance, though not necessarily a state of inertia.

The yin-yang symbol signifies a state of dynamic potential, the sense that anything is possible.

Dream Source: Dream Meanings of Versatile
Author: Versatile - Anonymous

Material aspects: A representation of the cosmic egg, the beginning of all things, this symbol has become much better known in the last thirty years in the west as the balance of two complementary opposites. In dreams it indicates the balance between the instinctive, intuitive nature of the feminine and the active, rational nature of the masculine.
Dream Source: Dream Meanings of Versatile
Author: Versatile - Anonymous

Gives gender - specific: As a symbol, this will only appear in both men’s and women’s dreams when a certain state of internal equilibrium is becoming apparent.
Dream Source: Dream Meanings of Versatile
Author: Versatile - Anonymous


Symbolic of someone who is influenced by Asian philosophy, Isa. 2:6 ... yin-yang dream meaning

Mother Mary, Quan Yin

This is an archetypal character aspect that represents the healing that occurs through the principles of love and compassion. While there are many other archetypal representations of the power of love, this entry will limit itself to these two, as they are perhaps the most widely recognized symbols of divine forgiveness in the history of the human race. In dream work, they should be treated symbolically as archetypes, and their appearance in a dream indicates that you are experiencing a high level of self-discovery and integration. Mary, the mother of Jesus, and Quan Yin, Buddhist goddess of mercy and compassion, embody the feminine principle in its highest evolution.

The feminine principle connects to the power of love and receptivity. Both of these figures are revered by millions as the purveyors of forgiveness and unconditional love. Though the traditions that created each of them could not be more different, what they offer to those who turn to them in their hour of need is exactly the same. One of the most difficult challenges that all human beings face is the process of forgiveness, and the ability to forgive one’s self is particularly elusive.

The human mind is not built for unconditional love, even though it is a concept that many who travel the path of service continually strive to achieve. No matter how she may appear to you, the archetype of the divine mother can help you inch your way out of shame and resentment and move toward the healing that can only come through love and mercy.

The appearance of one of these great figures in a dream is to put you on notice that you are in a moment of elevating consciousness and self-integration.

It is not uncommon for any archetypal figure to be silent in a dream; it is their mere presence that embodies the impact of the dream.

If words and messages are present in the dream, take them to heart and do so literally. However, if this is not the case, your best use of such a dream is silent gratitude for the gift of such a powerful experience of elevated consciousness.

(See Quan Yin.)... mother mary, quan yin dream meaning

Quan Yin

A goddess of the feminine principle, Quan Yin hears all the cries of despair in the world. She is the embodiment of compassion and relates to the Christian construct of Mother Mary.

If this archetypal figure appears in a dream, you are having an experience of heightened spiritual connection to love and compassion.

(See Mother Mary, Quan Yin.) ... quan yin dream meaning