Movement described as a type of crossing suggests perseverance into the unknown when you feel that the future is unclear. Like the pioneers who explored uncharted territories over land and sea, the landscape you are crossing often provides clues to the part of you that is undergoing exploration. For example, crossing water would show you exploring emotions, a field can be a way of exploring your roots; a road is a place to explore your life direction. Crossing associated with writing can portray getting something right in the sense of ‘dotting the i’s and crossing the t’s.’ Crossing the arms or legs can suggest a sense of blocking the heart or sexual feelings. See Landscape and Scenery.