Other peopleâ€™s dreams are never interestingâ€¦except when theyâ€™re about sex. Each week, our dream analyst Lauri Loewenberg tells one lucky reader what their dirty dream means. Got a dream you want Lauri to analyze? Click here to submit it) This week, a reader asks Lauri:
Last night I dreamed two dreams. The first one is… our class is having a tour in a sugar mill when later my crush suddenly kissed me on my neck then to my lips. We were kissing in public. Because I was shy, I covered our faces with my left hand while kissing. The second dream is… I entered a room (actually it was our study area in our dormitory). The first thing I saw were letters pasted on the wall at the end of the aisle forming the word ANXIETY. Then I saw my batch mates looking at me as I enter the room. At the end of the room, I saw my classmate laughing at his laptop. When I looked at his laptop I saw a picture of me and my crush kissing from the first dream. That’s all I can remember. I hope you can interpret this…
Lauri: Your dream takes place in a sugar mill because you are “sweet” on your crush. Your crush kisses you, not only because you do desire for that to actually happen, but also because you desire for your crush to communicate with you how they feel about you. You see, kissing in a dream can always be connected to intimate conversation that has happened or that needs to happen because, like kissing, it takes two mouths to communicate. But in the dream you hide the kiss with your hand. That is connected to you hiding your feelings from your crushâ€¦ and possibly hiding your feelings from everybody else.
In your second dream you see the word ANXIETY on the wall. The writing is on the wall, as they say. I think your dreaming mind is warning you not to let your anxiety get the best of youâ€¦ or get in the way of you finding out if there is a possible future for you and your crush. Just like the first dream, there can be no progress if there is no communication.
In the dream your batch mates are looking at you and a classmate is laughing at you kissing your crush. This, of course, is not a prediction of the future but rather a reflection of what you fearâ€¦ the source of your anxiety. You don’t want to be laughed at if you open up about your feelings. Sadly, we are our own worst enemies and tend to be way too critical of ourselves. It seems you don’t feel you are worthy of your crush. That is a shame and is certainly not true. But if that is how you present yourself to others then that is how others will treat you.
Seems to me some confidence building is in order. According to the UK’s The Daily Mail, research shows that others see you as 20 percent more attractive than you think you are. Add some confidence into the mix and you’re way hotter than you think!
Dreamer’s response: Thank you very much for spending your time interpreting my dreams… and by the way according to my self research…the picture symbolizes something that you want to preserve. In my case, I want to preserve the relationship between me and my crush. Your interpretation is very true… these past weeks, I spent a lot of time with my crush, sharing personal matters …and then my crush keeps on following me. I guess my crush loves me too… but sometimes , I fear that… after knowing the truth, my crush will not talk to me anymore…
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