Dreaming of a horse

dreaming of a horse
The horse symbolizes power and fullness of the body without sexual connotation, physical vigor and freedom.

For Sigmund Freud the horse is a female symbol, dreaming of a horse can represent an ideal woman, or a sexual partner. For him a man who dreams of a horse symbolizes the search for a perfect woman.

The horse dream, symbolizes power, vigor and virility, it is also a strong representation of sexual performance. In analyzing the horse’s dream, you cannot lose sight of the animal’s sex, because for a man, the stallion means a rival and for a passionate woman, husband or lover. Dreaming of a horse, in general, is a good omen. Seeing several, announces that your friends will ask for your help.

The horse represents the physical body, this animal body which we inhabit, which the mind must not seek to dominate, but rather to understand, in order to be able to become one with it. The horse belongs to the earth. His body is in total agreement with all the elements. It draws its power and energy from it. The horse is the symbol of the fullness of the physical senses, the total acceptance of its body. There is however no sexual connotation in the image of the horse.

The look we have on our body is almost always an outside look. This is why we are most often a spectator in front of evolving horses. The image of the rider is more rare, but being overlapped with grace and elegance, at the pace as in the most frantic gallop, to be one with the animal, is the sign of a perfect marriage of body and mind, strength and wisdom. This is the mythological image of the centaur.

If a horse upsets us, shies away, the dream signals that we are too much in the mind, too policed; we have broken with our original nature. We are no longer in tune with our body and its functions; we judge them as negligible quantity.

A person who runs away on a horse expresses the desire to return to his true nature, physical freedom. She doesn’t want to be domesticated.

The horse still symbolizes the impulses, the vital impulses. This is our vehicle, that of our land journeys.

Meaning of the horse dream

The horse is a good partner for humans and is a symbol of passion, vitality or sexual energy. In addition, the horse carries human beings, which can represent fate itself. In particular, when women dream of a horse, it implies that they are looking for a physically and mentally strong man and that their sexual desire increases.

People who love horse racing often dream of a horse. There are a variety of horses such as wild and farm thoroughbreds. It is a dream with many meanings, but depending on the situation of the horse in the dream, it can also make sense to attract attention. But in general, this can be considered a good dream.

The dream of a horse can be the image of a helper or a colleague who supports you. Or it can also appear as a future lover or partner.

Interpretation of dreaming of a white horse

The sparkling white horse dream is a good positive that means your wishes will be granted. To see a white horse is therefore a big dream which foresees the coming of good fortune. The luck at work, the luck in love are an increasing tendency, then you can work positively with a positive thought. However, the dream of riding heaven on a white horse can involve the death of a person.


Management of Urban Waste

garbageThe questions relating to the management of urban waste and, by extension planning and management of the urban environment, are among the most complex to which environmental managers must respond because of their effects on human health, development sustainable.

The same source underlines that today the cities of developing countries in general, and those of Africa in particular are among the cities where the issue of environmental management is relevant. One of the biggest challenges facing urban authorities is the collection of household waste. These difficulties are reflected in an accumulation of household waste, the creation of numerous illegal deposits and the stagnation of waste and rainwater in many neighborhoods.

The city of Kinshasa, capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo is not spared from this situation. This city has experienced a population explosion in recent decades. Currently, the city has an estimated ten million inhabitants, but in 1980 it had only 2,400,000 inhabitants. This situation is mainly due to the rural exodus, which has aggravated the waste problems already existing in the city. In Kinshasa, waste management in general and that of household waste in particular represents a major and crucial problem. Formerly the city of Kinshasa was known under the name of Kinshasa the beautiful but, following the growing insalubrity, from now on, it is nicknamed Kinshasa the dustbin.

Furthermore, the absence of functional structures for the collection and disposal of household waste in the city leads to wild and uncontrolled dumping in the streets and in the waterways of Kinshasa. The municipality of Masina, one of the most populous municipalities in the city of Kinshasa deserves special attention. Indeed the municipality of Masina faces this same problem. Households in Masina throw garbage in inappropriate places, on the streets, along rivers, in rivers. Thus we are witnessing more and more creations of wild dumps in this part of the city.

All of these pre-discussed factors lead to a deterioration in the living environment of populations. The key question to which this post answers is based on the major problems linked to the management of household waste in the city of Kinshasa and more particularly in the commune of Masina;

  • the bad management of household refuse finds its origin not only in the absence of garbage cans and public dumps but also in irresponsible behavior of the population
  • without a real commitment from the competent authority to raise awareness and encourage the population to become aware of the state of degradation and pollution could lead to a state of disruption of the environmental balance
  • the recovery of household garbage can constitute the lasting solution in the sanitation of the city of Kinshasa

Generally, waste means any product that its owner abandons, such as old clothing, construction waste, used cars, drugs whose use date has expired, food debris from the kitchen, etc. Educating the population with better junk removal solutions and waste management techniques is the first step in solving the issue, which leads to excess local pollution.

The notion of waste can be approached in several ways. It varies from one author to another, from one country to another. This is particularly the case during changes it may undergo (collection, sorting, primary processing) and which gives it different physical, chemical and mechanical characteristics which gives it economic and ecological value.

Urban compost is a fermented mixture of organic and mineral residues generally obtained from household waste and used for the improvement of agricultural land. The compost is obtained by biological treatment of organic matter by aerobic fermentation.