Dating a celebrity dream meaning
"Remember, when you see this person and blush crimson, you have nothing to be ashamed of." "Dreams are attempting to help us to become more balanced, so that we can be a more powerful fully-functioning version of ourselves," Kelly says. If you're having a lot of dreams that feature the same-sex feature and you're not into it, then it might be showing you where you are a woman that is being too feminine in your life.It's up to the dreamer to see whether the prescription of the dream is to integrate more of that energy or to say, 'Wow, this is really showing me where I'm out of balance.'" Of course, there is always the possibility that your dream could be telling you that want to try something you haven't tried before."Whenever you love somebody, there's a little bit of yourself that you leave with them," Kelly says."And sometimes these dreams about sex with an ex are an attempt to help get that energy back because it belongs to you." "Being a celebrity is a symbol unto itself," she says.A stranger in a dream has a face in reality, yet a familiar person in a dream could be no one at all. The mind rearranges its stock of remembered faces and old experiences to create something new.Because of this, the person you feel a sudden rapture of affection for could equally be nobody in particular or someone.Like the Pevensie children returning from Narnia, it can be hard to return to reality after the fantastic life we just lived. An instant and the dream has receded back into the depths of your mind.
"Our dreams are always helping us to be better versions of ourselves; and sex dreams are right at the heart of that." Here are Kelly's interpretations of some of the most common sex dreams."Some people may be having these dreams if they'd ever experienced something similar to these in their waking reality," she says."It can be a dream where you replay an actual traumatic scenario for the purpose of trying to find your way through it psychologically, so that you can feel that you've become so aware that you'll never let that happen to you again." Kelly says it's important to look at a dream literally and symbolically to fully understand its meaning. It could be where you gave your creative power away to somebody." "Remember that dreams are symbolic and not literal," Kelly says.The people we have sex with in dreams are symbols or representations of ourselves -- NOT necessarily people we'd actually want to sleep with."If it's somebody that you work with, it's like you're breaking down the walls, the barriers of the ego of connecting with them and usually with the intent that it make you more productive, more powerful, and more integrated [at work]," Kelly says.
So that we can come to peace with that." So don't fret if you've recently had a dream (or recurring dream) about that jerk who broke your heart.