Horse

The horse has always been a mythical animal. Centuries ago, especially in England and Germany, dreaming of a white horse was considered a harbinger of war. According to Jung, the horse expresses the magical side of man, unconscious intuition. Indeed, from this magical character comes the belief that horseshoes bring good luck. Because of their speed, horses can also embody the wind, the fire, and the light. Dreaming of horses means you can tame your passions and, therefore, your will has control of your actions. If the horse runs wild it means you have lost control and let yourself get carried away by your passions. If you are afraid in the dream it also indicates that you fear your most natural instincts. The horses are also sex symbols and, according to Freud, they represent the terrible aspects of the father figure. In short, horses are the wild forces of the subject's psyche, whose primary need is that you master them without repressing them. In some myths and fairy tales, horses have the ability to speak like humans. If this happens in the dream, it is the voice of your unconscious contacting you. In Greek myths, horses were linked to Hades, god of the underground and death. However, the most common oneiric prophecy says that horses announce news from a faraway place. If in your dream someone is putting shoes on a horse, you will soon have the best of fortunes.



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Interesting facts

Enhance your grades

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Be a winner

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