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Mystery Guy

12 years 7 months ago #1 by crayzee

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    I always have a dream about a guy his name is Raven. He has been in my dreams for a month now. He has black spiky hair, smooth pale skin, defined pale pink lips,has unusual golden eyes and is about 6ft tall. But I don't remember seeing him in real life

    My most recent dream about him is seeing myself kissing another guy, but in the dream I was like 20 yrs old and I was about to leave the dream when Raven stopped me. We had a conversation, but I can't remember what he said,but I do remember him saying seeing him in the near future.

    I told my friend about this she said that she saw an article saying seeing a man in your dreams so she showed the article to me but the face does not resemble to the guy I am looking for. But what bothers me is why is this guy keep appearing in my dreams? Do you have any dreams about the guy I am describing??

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    12 years 7 months ago #2 by CC

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  • Replied by CC on topic Re: Mystery Guy
    Your dream is a common "unknown lover" dream. The definition of the dream symbol will help you understand its meaning...

    unknown lover

    Here's what it means to have a recurring dream .

    The fact that you imagine yourself older reflects your sense that you are old/mature enough for mature relationship.

    The moral... you want that kind of connection... and soon. The action step... go find it. Leave yourself open to feel that way, regardless of what he looks like. Take your time. He's out there.

    Good luck!

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