Interpretation of dream: Lagoon

A lagoon or lake represents our inner world of feeling and fantasy. It is the unconscious side, which is a rich source of power when it can be accessed and understood. The primordial substance is often pictured as a lagoon or lake. The Chinese concept of a kind of soup from which came all existence, links with the lagoon, a stretch of water that has become enclosed. Often thought to be the home of the magical feminine and of monsters, the lagoon stands for the darker side of femininity, and this is seen clearly in the legends of King Arthur and those of the Siren. This type of image will appear in dreams as we lose our fear of the depths of our own emotion. If the lake is contaminated, we have taken in ideas and concepts that are not necessarily good for us. A clear stretch of water would indicate that we have clarified our fears and feelings about ourselves. Perhaps one of the reasons that a lake or lagoon is so enticing is because of its association with relaxation and ease. In both men's and women's dreams this quality will often come across albeit from slightly different perspectives; a stormy lake, for instance, may well signify a woman's anger, whereas for a man it is likely to represent his partner's distress. Also consult the entry for Water.



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