Re: A Queen and a Sword

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Posted by ttate on July 05, 1999 at 09:45:18:

In Reply to: A Queen and a Sword posted by Katie on June 28, 1999 at 10:19:55:

So much could be said about such a dream. It feels like a dream which wends its way through different dreamers through the different ages and found you recently.

I am taken by Robert Moore's work on the King/Queen, Warrior, Lover, Magician. His book is thick and dense yet he speaks to such a dream image as you have had.

The idea is that we all 'have to serve somebody'(thank-you Bob Dylan for that line) and the feminine serves the Queen as the man does the inner King.

There is a light and shadow archetypal Queen alive in the collective unconscious. When you dream such a dream as yours and bring it back to consciousness you are revealing to yourself the image which you serve.

You also glimpsed the warrior/knight who is in service to the Queen.

When you become conscious of who you serve and align you attention to her then your life choices become easier.

I would work this image a bit, see if you can fill it in, maybe draw it or find a way to express what it would mean to be in service to such a Queen.

And mind her dark sister, she is around as well.

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