The king symbolizes, in an abstract sense, the universal and archetypal man. As such, it has magical and supernatural powers. It also expresses the guiding principle, supreme conscience, the virtue of a judge, and self-control. On the other hand, the coronation means accomplishment, victory, and culmination. From here man can be named kind in the culminating instants of his existence. If the dreamer is young, the king could represent his father or another similar figure; on the contrary, for an adult, it corresponds to the dreamer. In this case, the dream could announce that you are reaching maturity, or professional success. Carl Jung used the strange and symbolic language of the alchemists for many of his interpretations. In this sense, the king is the personification of work. Its appearance in dreams, on the other hand, could have diverse meanings. If he is sick, it represents out of place attitudes and sometimes conflicts between reason and instinct; if he is decrepit, it signifies a limited conscience; and if he fades or comes with his mother, it is the return to the subconscious.