Allow your vulnerability to show today. Let people know that you care.-Scorpion
You are being asked to remove and cut out those things in your life that no longer serve you. Evaluate your surroundings with a critical eye to releasing old baggage, letting go of objects that are cluttering up your home, and purging the clinging energy of those that are co-dependent to you. Focus on minimizing the enabling of others not to move forward as well as taking your own steps towards death and rebirth. Re-establish your boundaries, make clear decisions about which direction your next few months will take and move on.
You are a very strong person and have the ability to inspire others. You are passionate in your love affairs and are known as a good lover. You have very strong sexual needs and often enjoy periods of solitariness between your intense and passionate relationships. You have the gift of Psychometry. You tend to use your sense of touch in most things and enjoy textures in your foods. You are protective of your solitude when you need it and will be very defensive of your children – occasionally protecting them where they need to face consequences in order to learn and grow. You are unafraid of allowing yourself to be vulnerable with others. You have a way with words that can often be stinging in their remarks. Your overall charisma will carry you through any conflicts.
The Scorpion is a symbol of death and rebirth. The Dream is letting you know that you need to get rid of the old and make room for something new. Alternatively, the Scorpion can represent a person who is born under the astrological sign for Scorpio.
To see a Scorpion in your dream can also represent a situation which may be painful or hurtful in your waking life. It may be that you are harboring destructive feelings, “stinging” remarks, bitter words and/or negative thoughts that have been expressed by or aimed against you. You may be on a self-destructive and self-defeating path.
To see scorpions floating in water suggest that you need to let go of some pain and learn to accept the situation. You may be going through the three-step process of denial, acceptance, and finally moving on.