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Oct 11, 2020 - 18:47
Sun Sign - Leotomdos » Laurynh
Hi, your post is too incomprehensible for me to make something of it. And I would like to.
How long have you had these dreams?
How long have you been recording them?
How it all started? Ie what was the dream that pushed you into taking a real interest in dreaming? Was there any life event going on aswell?
A dream is often like a greek drama. It has its structure. Without telling the whole story, any comments on it would be very misleading.
The water theme: Is it vast masses of water (lakes, oceans), or other (river, cup of water, rain)? Thats a very big difference.
If you say lucid dreaming, do you mean that you are aware ta that moment that you are asleep and dreaming? If so, are you trying to lucid dream on purpose?
Do you daydream?
Do you live active life, or calm and secluded?


I could go on :-) But there you see a way to shed some more light into your issue for me to orientate myslef, and maybe even yourself.
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Oct 7, 2020 - 02:16
Synastry & Relationship: 12th house Davison chart placements
Sun Sign - ScorpioGraham » Laurynh
Use synastry to see how the two people relate to each other; composite to see how they are seen by others (as a two-person team) and Davison to see the purpose of their relationship (or what they are learning together).

The Davison is interpreted in exactly the same way as a natal chart for a person ... but it is the natal chart of relationship (involving two people rather than one).

As in any natal chart, the overall purpose is "to make the Sun shine". ... So, what is "promised" by the Sun´s sign, house and aspects in the Davison chart? What helps to achieve that objective/purpose? What hinders the achievement of that purpose?

Venus/Sun/Mercury in Taurus/12th means the same in the Davison as it does in any other natal chart ... and so do the other placements that you have listed. ... But, instead of writing "Neptune in Capricorn/8th indicates that this PERSON is ____________", write "Neptune in Capricorn indicates that this RELATIONSHIP is _______________".

In the Davison, two people are learning the same lesson(s) together - whereas, in the natal, the lesson(s) are being learned by only by one person.
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Oct 4, 2020 - 05:42
Sun Sign - TaurusAstro-Seek.com » Laurynh
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Oct 3, 2020 - 17:00
Sun Sign - TaurusAstro-Seek.com » Laurynh
Hey Laurynh,

Your dreams sound normal and you also seem to be picking up on/remembering quite a bit of the symbolism. The fact that you keep a dream journal tells me you are seeking wisdom, understanding, and integration. That alone makes me want to add in my 2 cents.

When we all fall asleep, where do we go? It´s more than a top hit from a good artist. Dreams speak the language of the unconscious (through images, symbols, allegory, metaphors, etc.). Anyone who studies the Tarot knows that the themes and imagery depicted on each card has it´s correlation to the internal state.

The mirror is an interesting symbol as you´re looking back at the reflection of yourself. If l were your therapist (or was licensed in therapy in general), my question for you is: What do you see in that mirror? We all look in the mirror daily (picture how we get ready for work, school, the day). Maybe you brush your teeth in front of the mirror, maybe you pop your pimple in front of one, maybe you twerk in the mirror, <insert whatever you do in front of the mirror>. Whenever you mentally answer what you use a mirror for on your day to day, ask yourself if you´re really looking into it. What do l mean? Ask yourself how often do you find yourself looking into a mirror in search for understanding? When do you look at you for you? lt mainly seems like we make use of the mirror in our waking lives as a way of checking off a box and going, "I´m acceptable enough to go out into society today".

It doesn´t genuinely serve the purpose the mirror in your dream does is what I´m drilling in at. The mirror in your dream is exactly as you know it is. It is you. lt doesn´t matter if you recognize the person or don´t recognize the person. The way dreams work and the key to understanding them is to pick up on the language of the unconscious. My interpretation of the person looking back at the mirror of you is you´re looking at a person you do not recognize. This sounds obvious but interpret it as there´s a part of yourself that´s looking at you like, "I don´t know who you are anymore." This could be hinting at maybe you´re going through something to where you feel like it´s distracting you from your purpose, or don´t feel connected to your sense of self. Play more off of the theme of less caring about who the person is in the mirror, and taking away the theme being shown that you´re looking at someone you do not know, or you´re looking at someone you´re unfamiliar with and analyzing it from the perspective as there exists something inside of myself that I do not know (or has gone unacknowledged, but desires my understanding/acknowledgement).

Water in the dreams could allude to hidden or repressed emotions concerning the theme overall. It actually couples together nicely with the mirror and I instantly picture the symbolism of The Moon card. Water in general is a deep image and similar to the mirror as on the surface it reflects what is above, but below its surface conceals what is below. Think about this in the context of how in our waking state we peer into the mirror at our reflections and see merely what is on the surface, while in our slumbers indulge on an internal journey of peering into what´s beneath the surface of ourselves. This content is presented as raw as possible through its language, and the language it speaks isn´t for the rational conscious mind. For the sake of not wanting to go, ´balls deep´, or get too esoteric, I suggest meditating on The Moon card, as well as other cards you´re seeing. It sounds cheesy telling someone to meditate on something. Actually go in and spend time researching the deeper meanings of the Cards you´re seeing in your dreams, and after you´ve done your conscious effort learning what it means, go inward while meditating on the symbolism and theme of the card, letting your rational mind to be set aside to where intuitively you´ll gain a deeper sense of understanding for it. This should then be combined with the symbolism from the dreams to arrive at what needs to be practically carried out for integration and understanding.

The whole theme of trying to save 1 or multiple people, confronting parts of your past alludes to there being possible trauma or not full acceptance/integration of what´s occurred. It´s one thing to tell my friend, "She left me for another man, I accept that." And very surface level tries to come off like you have accepted it. In that same scenario though, what type of actual internal acceptance or integration has been worked out concerning the hypothetical scenario. My point here is while no one can change the past, you can to an extent change the future. This happens by working with that shadowy material within your dreams you´re experiencing, and actually actively seeking integration, or healing of the wound that´s there.

Dream interpretation is of course highly subjective, but the themes of our dreams do objectively play out in our day to day lives. You strike me as someone who´s down to put into work to move to that state of seeking understanding. My best recommendation is trying to bring to the surface what you know you can´t change. Take yourself consciously through the experience(s) and re-live them. Don´t try to repress whatever emotions bubble up along for the ride. When the full part of you enters into acceptance and actually integrates what´s behind the waters (of the unconscious), you will begin making what is above, below, and you will emerge victorious as The Hero. The Hero who looks in the mirror and actually sees herself looking back.
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Oct 2, 2020 - 13:36
Synastry & Relationship: 12th house placements in composite
Sun Sign - TaurusAstro-Seek.com » Laurynh
Jupiter and NNode in 12th in the composite with my current gf.

Uranus 12th with a recent romantic interest (as well as leo sun in 8th, gem moon) composite with a person where things just never worked out and had an abrupt end to any and all communication
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Oct 2, 2020 - 00:33
Synastry & Relationship: 12th house placements in composite
Sun Sign - Piscesfishscales » Laurynh
^^^

"I blocked you because I want nothing to do with you."

Yet you respond to two of my posts 3 seconds after I post them.

Sure, you may be "younger", but you´re still an adult. Maybe it´s time you started holding yourself accountable to adult standards, like not engaging in hopeless double-speak and contradicting yourself with every other statement.

Question yourself once in a while. Can´t hurt.
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Oct 2, 2020 - 00:16
Synastry & Relationship: 12th house placements in composite
Sun Sign - Piscesfishscales » Laurynh
^^^

What kind of nitwit responds to someone they blocked?

More to the point, what kind of nitwit even blocks someone? :63:
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Oct 1, 2020 - 20:02
Synastry & Relationship: 12th house placements in composite
Sun Sign - ScorpioPromethean_Soul » Laurynh
One person is very sophisticated creature and two person is more than two time sophisticated than two person. Sinastry is not like constitutional law. There are some planetery aspects really work but planets´ house placements in sinastry chart i could have not seen work as strong as planetary aspects. Your question is about also 12th house which is one of the most difficult house to describe. I know male sun is in 12th house of girl chart. She is psychologer and her moon and mars is in her 12th house in same sign with his bf. They have good relationships because her north node is conjunct with his asc and his north node with her Jupiter.
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Oct 1, 2020 - 15:48
Synastry & Relationship: 12th house placements in composite
Sun Sign - TaurusAstro-Seek.com » Laurynh
"Usually kind of scary reading about any 12th house placements in general so any comments or experiences are appreciated :)"

i wouldnt be scared of it, the composite is a theoretical chart based on mid-points so it doesnt carry as much weight as the synastry between two real charts. i would look more to planets in each others 12th house.

the composite is more of how others see you two as a cohesive couple, a single unit.
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Oct 1, 2020 - 10:57
Synastry & Relationship: 12th house placements in composite
Sun Sign - TaurusAstro-Seek.com » Laurynh
Back to astrology...

Hello Laurynh,

I also have a 12th house composite with a guy..

Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus in 12th. Saturn,Pluto in 6th.

We live far apart. Synchronicity ist a big part. We almost drowned the same day. We call US at the same time. We feel compelled to tell each other our deepest secrets.
On the other side, as Plutonian-Princess already said: We hide parts from each other and there is quite a bit of mistrust.
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Oct 1, 2020 - 06:22
Synastry & Relationship: 12th house placements in composite
Sun Sign - Ariesram_goat » Laurynh
Told ya, she´s batshit..

Seek other answers than hers.
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Oct 1, 2020 - 05:47
Synastry & Relationship: 12th house placements in composite
Sun Sign - Ariesram_goat » Laurynh
Have your chart read by a 27 year old.

A veritable fount of wisdom and experience.

Sounds like a good offer. Worth every penny.

Watch her you tube videos to get an idea of her intelligence
and competence.
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Jul 11, 2020 - 17:13
Synastry & Relationship: NN square sun synastry
Sun Sign - TaurusAstro-Seek.com » Laurynh
i see nodal axis crossing nodal axis in synastry as more of a crossing of paths, and it can come with some difficult but necessary lessons.

for ´past life synastry´ i favor the logic of a persons planets on anothers south node.
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Jul 11, 2020 - 05:02
Synastry & Relationship: NN square sun synastry
Sun Sign - TaurusAstro-Seek.com » Laurynh
those are all quite common in long term married couples, statistically. pluto-pluto is generational and not that relevant.

nn sq nn, is tricky but powerful. i often see this in people whos charts feel destined to cross paths, teach each other profound lessons and perhaps move on. but can still lead to longer term situation as the exchange is quite interesting.

surprisingly females sun on mans nn is more common than the reverse but both work well, all things considered.
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