12-16-2015, 08:06 PM
- 1 May represent feelings connected to the environment, weather or nature.
- 2 May suggest a desire to manipulate or control something.
- 3 May symbolize feeling it's time to get back to the basics or get to the core of some matter.
- 1 May be a metaphor for Alchemy/magic. (A desire to create change or have control.)
- 1 How were the elements represented? Were they in balance, or did one element standout or overpower the others? (Fire = enthusiasm, violence or willpower. Earth = practical, enduring or inert. Air = communication, knowledge or detachment. Water = compassion, cleansing or unstable.)