Phoenix

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In Greek mythology, the Phoenix was a bird with great beauty, splendor and longevity.

The legend tells us that the Phoenix lived for five hundred years and then retreated to make a nest where she would die. She made a nest of aromatic twigs that would burn from the heat of its own body.

The Phoenix is said to rise from its own ashes.

It comes alive though the transforming power of fire and it lives again in full splendor.

In the Middle Ages, the Phoenix was often used as a symbol for Christ, as he resurrected.

This legendary bird is an archetypal dream symbol that brings us positive and powerful images of rebirth.

If you dream of the Phoenix, it is most likely that you are receiving message from the unconscious that are telling you that new life and new beginnings are always possible. This bird is a reminder that we have internal powers of regeneration and that we have the power to change things for the better.

As you are interpreting this dream, try to visualize a great bird rising up from fire and ash.

It is a powerful image, whether produced by a dream or visualization.

To see a phoenix in your dream symbolizes immortality and renewal.

It may also mean that your past continues to haunt you.

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