The principles you guide your actions by; the strength used to deal with the pressures taking you away from where you want to go.

Sureness about direction in life; ability to take a direction in life and maintain it against other influences.

 Example: I had a dream last night where I was in a boat that was not working well. It was floating and I would suddenly find myself in the water checking the rudders of the boat to make sure they were steering the boat. I would get nervous when I saw the boat approaching shallow waters. The other people in the boat did not seem to be bothered by the shallow water and I would feel better about it and think it was alright since no one else seemed bothered. I did not know who the people were in the boat. At least I cannot recognize them now. When the boat arrived at a destination, everyone was happy because we were out at sea for quite some time.

I feel this describes how you relate to other people, especially in groups. Your dream gives me the impression that you need to know where such relationships are heading – thus the rudders – and are cautious about getting in situations you cannot manoeuvre.

Even so you do not like to be ‘at sea’ too long – any ship that was out of sight of land was in an uncertain position and in danger of becoming lost. Again you need to get your bearings and links with wanting to know where you are in relationships. This is again portrayed in the mooring of the boat. You need a firm mooring in some way to feel okay and certain

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