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Dreaming in 3rd Person

4 years 8 months ago #1 by Allie

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  • Whenever I dream, I dream in 3rd person. Most of the time my viewpoint (as the dreamer) is in a position where I can see myself (in the dream). It's not like a fly on the wall, zoomed out, but more like me the dreamer is another person in the dream. It's zoomed in and in the thick of all the action. However, my thoughts, feelings, and senses are still me the person in the dream, just my mind is - removed almost - from everything else.

    Is that normal? What could it mean?

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    4 years 8 months ago #2 by CC

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  • The answer to your question (is that normal?) is "yes." Don't allow where you are in the dream to distract you from its main message. The most important place to start is... how did you feel IN the dream. Feelings in dreams are never disguised, so how you felt IN the dream is how you feel about its subject in your waking life.

    Hope that helps!

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