I'm currently on vacation but I had this strange dream I had to share. Basically I was looking at the deep purple-y night starry sky (from Earth) and at first I was confused at what I was looking at but then I realized I was looking at planets. It was like they were all coming really close to Earth to the point they appeared immensely larger than the moon or the sun. One of the planets caught my attention the most because it was real pretty and illuminated with colors (like aurora borealis.) That one was like the second largest. The others looked like what I imagine planets would look like. Anyway, it was spectacular, and I wonder what it could mean. I always have very vivid dreams and most of the time I think they are trying to say something... Not sure about this one though!
Ohhh, what a lovely dream! Such a sweet way to express what is going on in your life and psyche right now.
Looking into the "deep purple-y night starry sky" seems to indicate that you are open to higher wisdom with all the possibilities and knowledge out there.
Planets *tend* to represent exploration and discovery! These can be physical travels and adventures that will enlarge your understanding but also creative endeavors as art and creation are really self-exploration and self-discovery, too.
That there were several planets points to how you will have more than one exciting thing to explore. All were larger than both moon and sun which indicates that you will become focused more upon these new things rather than day-to-day mundane matters.
Forgot to mention that there will be one creative discovery that will involve special insights and knowledge. That is the one that flickered like the Aurora Borealis and enchanted you. You will know it because it will fill you with good feelings, even love.
Lori! Thanks for adding that, I wondered why that one struck out the most. The otheres were pretty but that one was amazing. I wish I knew how to paint because it would just look amazing!
I've had another strange nightmare and a case of sleep paralysis.