The Symbols
Might Mean
Rest: calm, quiet, peace, relaxation, contemplation, openness, willingness, idleness, sedentary, being a homebody, patience, not rocking the boat, inertia, boredom, passivity
Stillness: stability, balance, settling down, returning home, ancestral roots, satisfaction, loyalty, memory, grounding, nostalgia, baggage, immobility, stagnation
Depth: soul-searching, wisdom, guidance, planning, long-term, purpose, focus, moving slowly or cautiously, control, analysis paralysis
For Example
Movie Clips & Videos:

Memory is a strange thing – Arrival (Facing the fear of existence)

The moment seizes us – Boyhood

A settled life (better with a co-pilot) – Up in the Air

Letting go of memories – Up (and the story behind it)        
The Persistence of Memory – Salvador Dali,  
Life Changes & Memory Loss – What They Had       
 
How Memories Form and How We Lose Them – Catharine Young,   
Heart State and Hormonal Balancing – Christiane Northrup,  
The Whale's Belly, Standing on a Whale – Joseph Campbell
Podcasts: 
Two Heartbeats a Minute (Invisibilia),    
Unlocking the Mysteries of Time, Animal Minds (Radiolab), 
New Beginnings (This American Life)
"In psychological terms, he who has attained the realm of the full moon has gained knowledge of the unconscious as past, source, origin; he has power in this present world; and has insight into the realm of the future. He has become in a certain sense timeless, he transcends the limitations of time. He has gained immortality.
The immortality promised by the moon, however, is not a continuation in a state of perfection, but an ever-renewed life like the moon's own, in which diminishing and dying are as essential as becoming."
– M. Esther Harding, Women's Mysteries

The painting that helped ease Van Gogh's most turbulent year

"Even today it is a great shock to the average layman when he realizes he is not the master in his own house, that he must reckon with other wills than the one he identifies with in his own field of behavior."
– Barbara Hannah, The Inner Journey, p.71
Literature: 
The Dog and His Master (Aesop),       
The Little Prince – Geographer (Saint-Exupéry))
Songs:  ​​​​​​​       
This Must Be The Place – Talking Heads,     
Stay Gold (First Aid Kit) 

Stay Gold – First Aid Kit

Tarot: The Wheel of Fortune
Mythology: Ratha Kalpana, Argo (ship)
Alchemy: The Triple-Headed Dragon (Splendor Solis)
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