What does it mean to dream of koi fishes?
Koi generally are ornamental fish whose only purpose is to be admired for their beauty. Dreams represent the feelings of the dreamer. So this dream might express the dreamer's feeling of being valued only for his/her appearance rather than being respected as a full person.
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In Japanese, both the words for 'carp' and 'love' are pronounced'koi'. therefore the koi fish can be a symbol of friendship.
The color of a koi fish relates to the family that they belong to.The blue koi fish is known as the asagi, the ogon is gold ororange, and bekko are white, yellow, and red.
Black= baby orange= kid orange+white= teen/adult White= Elderly (most likely 2 die)
What dose a purple and white koi fish meaning
The black koi fish is representative of the male gender, the sun and evil. Where the white is representative of the female gender, the moon and goodness
a blue coi is a type of fish that is blue. it is one of those fish thst you usually see in a chinnese resturant.
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The colors of a koi fish can let you know what species it is. Thecolors can also let you know how old the fish may be.
a koi fish symbolizes determination and transformation. it is said that the koi swims up the waterfall and transforms into a dragon once it reaches the top
There is much meaning given to the colours and markings of Koi. I know nothing about this other than it is profound, complicated and is part of Japanese culture and needs much… study in order to understand it.
There are a number of meanings - Yin-Yang, Male/Female, Day/Night, Water/Fire, Sun/Moon. It all stems from philosophy of taoism.
A Koi fish swimming upstream is a sign of great fertility, as fish need to swim upstream to spawn. Hope this helps.
I had the same dream. Dozens of white koi swimming trough the air in a forest with lots of trees. I wonder what it means.
Both the moon and the koi have rich varieties of symbolic meaning, so the dreamer of this specific dream will need to discern how the metaphor in this dream applies to his/her… life. > Among other things, the koi represents determination and strength, particularly the ability to "go against the flow," that is, to maintain personal integrity even against popular opposition. In Japan, the koi is associated with masculine traits, and often appears during Boys Day celebrations. > The moon is also viewed as a masculine force in Japanese mythology, in contrast to Western cultures that view the moon as feminine. Because the moon has no light of its own, but reflects only the light of the sun, it is considered subtle and tends to represent spiritual or mystical qualities. > The image formed by the moon and koi seems to have a strong masculine force, combining subtlety and spirituality with determination and and strength. (That brings to mind the Asian martial arts.) > The dreamer should keep in mind that any dream is specific to the dreamer, so the Asian or Japanese associations apply to this particular dream only in so far as the symbols are meaningful to this individual dreamer. If the Asian or Japanese associations are irrelevant, the moon would represent the Divine Feminine (Mother Nature) while the koi might denote fluid grace and beauty. The subtle mystical and spiritual qualities would remain. > Other elements in the dream might be significant, such as whether the fish are swimming around the moon in a clockwise (positive, conventional, growing) direction or counterclockwise (negative, unconventional, diminishing.) The color of the koi, the moon's phase (full, waning, waxing) and the overall emotional tone of the dream should also be considered.