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Combination of animal and human nature or instinct and consciousness.
Where in my life do I bring natural wisdom in accordance with the intellect?
Which aspects of my sexuality in me may become whole?
Duality of human nature In mythology, the centaur is half man and half an animal. This creature is associated with the zodiac sign of Sagittarius. A centaur has a role in your dream, then this symbolizes the linkage of animal nature of the person with his virtues and his opinion and discernment.
Ability to connect The Centaur represents the dreamer’s ability to combine two completely opposite things in an acceptable manner.
On the spiritual level centaurs mean vision and wisdom.
- Fight if being a centaur – In the dream you are a centaur, this marks that you are fighting between two different sides. You are trying to balance between emotions and bright mind.
- Wisdom if see a centaur – In the dream you see a centaur, this shows that you are wise and intelligent person.
- Emotional decisions if becoming a centaur – When you are becoming or transforming into a centaur in a dream, this signifies that your emotions became more powerful then mind.
Being, becoming or seeing a centaur in the dream – The centaur symbol stands for duality. The clear mind and emotions. The balance between these two attributes. This signifies that you are in a fight with yourself all the time. Also marks that you are sagacious, sensible person.
Definition of Centaur:
Acreature with the head, arms, and torso of a man and the body and legs of a horse.
Centaurs are creatures with the head, arms, and torso of a man and the body and legs of a horse. In Greek mythology, the centaurs (from Ancient Greek: Κένταυροι – Kéntauroi) are a composite race of creatures, part human and part horse. In early Attic and Boeotian vase-paintings, as on the kantharos (illustrated below left), they are depicted with the hindquarters of a horse attached to them; in later renderings centaurs are given the torso of a human joined at the waist to the horse’s withers, where the horse’s neck would be.