Yesterday, turned out to be another memorable 7th Day of Rest in You. What a marvel it is to to live in Your Presence. To wait on You. First, in my dream the other day, You spoke to me with horses. This morning, You bring the elephants turning into horses to clarify the sequence of Your doings in my life.
Amazing! I’m catching on, my Father, I’m catching on. I know You won’t let me run wild with all that is already happening among ourselves. In awe, I wait on You. Here is Your answer to decipher my dream:
Elephants, though strong, are also inherently social creatures, and usually not given to violent outbursts unless provoked or protecting their family. They are often attributed with great wisdom due to their combination of strength with gentle natures, their long lives and complex social structures. Dreaming of elephants may be a reflection of strong family bonds, a need to protect and nurture those close to us. Elephants may arise in dreams when we are challenged, but they may also make an appearance when are going through family changes, when children are born, or when we feel a growth in our responsibility, and even in our wisdom. These can be stabilising, reassuring and inherently positive dreams. Elephants in dreams can symbolise commitment, personal growth and the attainment of a certain wisdom that comes with maturity. They can also reflect learning to lead by inclusion, of balancing strength with gentleness, of understanding the importance of communication and patience.
The memory of elephants is also legendary. They live a long time and are able to remember other elephants and even humans from their earliest years. In dreams, this could be a sign that there are some significant memories worth revisiting, a reminder that there are valuable things we should not forget.