You know how water in dreams, they say, means your emotions, right? I always dream of waves like this if i am about to fall in love. Stagnant, muddy water in a dream is not good.
Fresh flowing bubbling clean water or oceans you’re navigating are good. You have to make up and interpret your own dream symbols via solid observation.
But today, walking along the beach, I thought that if Neptune is the Ocean, Pluto is the Earth and Uranus the Air.
Any transit of one of these outer planets tends to take ages – because they spend half the year retrograde, they ping whatever planet they are going to be in aspect to, move on, retrograde back over it and then forward over it again. This cycle plays out at least once. So you notice the Outer Planet transits to an inner planet, in particular.
And it’s interesting how Neptune transits often do feel like you are confronted with some surreal inland sea, where you thought there was one. Or a subliminal secret stream of dreaming, fantasy and rich inner psychic life. Or your psychic pond gets stirred up right at the very bottom. Or a huge crush feels like an incoming wave that might be dangerous if you can’t surf it.
Pluto transits are often like the very structure beneath you is trembling, the foundations of your belief system, job, marriage or relationship is not built on such firm ground as you think. Your dreams tend to involve tunnels, dark places and mining. Having to dig up hard ground for molten psychological treasure beneath.
Uranian transits feel like those weird winds that stir up the desire for change, for Fresh at any cost, like poltergists that smash things just to say I’m here, scents wafting in on the breeze that trigger not nostalgia but a genius flash. You breathe deep again, filling your lungs and feeling every nano-cell of your body zinging with electricity.
In general, Outer Planet People tend to enjoy/utilize transits of Neptune, Pluto and Uranus with more alacrity.
Image: Anna & Elena Balbusso