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How would you interpret dreaming about the same thing two times in a week?

Asked by dreamwolf (3163points) September 14th, 2011

How would you interpret a repetitious dream?

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abysmalbeauty's avatar

two possibilities

1. something weighing heavy on your mind
2. omen of something to come/ guidance for a current situation

dreamwolf's avatar

@abysmalbeauty Do you think I should just ignore it? Approach whom it concerns? ::open question to anyone::

abysmalbeauty's avatar

@dreamwolf I never ignore my dreams… Can you share what it was about?

dreamwolf's avatar

@abysmalbeauty A girl, with whom I’ve thought about in the past has appeared. And there seems to be an agreeable mutual feeling between us. Then I come to realize, in the dream, that I have a girlfriend already, and that we are going to start our life soon. Am I having cold feet with this one? We’ve been through so much together and the other girl is out of the question she is taken. Sometimes I feel as if I should tell this girl that I had these dreams. Nothing sexual as in intercourse about them, just really lovely and respectable. I do admire her as a person overall. But we have no affiliation with eachother anymore, just from a couple semesters in college together.

abysmalbeauty's avatar

which parts of the dream are true to your life now? Are you about to get married?

dreamwolf's avatar

@abysmalbeauty Yes well my gf wants to get married. Even without a ring, but I’d really want to get a ring.

Jellie's avatar

You’re worried about something and it hasn’t gone away.

abysmalbeauty's avatar

I’d say its probably derived from the worry of the journey ahead and the innate fear that you may have picked the wrong person I don’t think there’s a need to contact the girl from the dream

marinelife's avatar

It’s on your mind.

Mariah's avatar

Either something is very heavily weighing on you, or you thought about the first dream so much that it came up again.

downtide's avatar

It’s something you’re persistantly thinking about (maybe subconsciously).

Hibernate's avatar

If it was the exact dream without any other added things then maybe it has a hidden emssage.

I sometimes dream the same dream after a couple of days but it usually comes with more details or some sort of “part 2”.

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