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Walking on Water or Correlation of Dreams and Reality
Walking on Water or Correlation of Dreams and RealityMost of you know the famous story of Jesus who was walking on water in order to save and support his followers. It is one of well-known miracles that was narrated in the New Testament. Jesus' walk on water is a canonical principle that the invisible realities of faith are victorious over the visible threats of this world, regardless of the form they may take. It is a lesson of believing in yourself in order to achieve an impossible or extraordinary challenge. Walking on water is a popular idiom as well, to describe an unbelievable feat of someone who succeeded regardless of all odds. Although, if you look at this from another angle, or logical point of view anyone can walk on water as long as water is ice. One may believe or dismiss the Bible story, but dream visions of one walking on water are quite common for many people. However, the interpretation of such dream is quite different.
Dreaming of walking on water is usually pinpointing that you need to understand your emotions better. Appearance of this dream indicates that you might have experienced an emotional distress. Something that tears you apart emotionally, some internal fears and uncertainties. It could be a sign as well that you have an anxiety to fail or be destroyed, figuratively speaking. Water in your dream might be your friend, but also a foe. Visions of water often generate a sense of restlessness for the dreamer. Water in dreams is one of the most common symbols for a sleeper. This symbol manifests your inability to control some vital areas of your life and that disturbs you deeply. However, there are more positive interpretations of such dreams. Moving around on the water without external support is a miracle, and so there may be something wonderful to come in your life. The impossible becomes possible.
This artwork illustrates rather the first, gloomy interpretation scenario of the dreaming. The angelic sculpture by majestic Lorenzo Bernini is getting torn apart by a formidable force of an underwater creature. The ?Baroque style of the exalted monument is in a perfect contrast with the might of crude nature. Air lightness of the angel figure explodes by the power of internal pressure. The earth globe as a symbol of mankind achievement in the hands of the angel is ready to fall down and to be lost in the water abyss. The malicious eye of the monster octopus arises to the crumbled surface and is ready to replace and dominate the idyllic grace of the fragile emotional balance. The serenity of the snow like water with the distant icebergs is disturbed by a single drop of water creating a ripple effect. It is an allegory to the life events when a single, insignificant incident might destroy sensitive equilibrium of someone’s soul.
Software used: 3ds Max®, Adobe Photoshop®, Adobe Illustrator®, Photo Stock
George Grie, October 2019
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