Girl on girl action may be exciting for a guy, but when we of the fairer sex dream about it, it can be a bit unnerving. And guy on guy action is sometimes displeasing for a man who is an avowed skirt chaser. If you are not gay and you have a gay or lesbian dream, it does not mean you have a hidden desire to bat for the other team. What it does mean is that you are indeed proud of being a member of said team.
The sex with the same gender dreams are cousin to the mystery lover dreams in that the meaning is most often focused on gender roles. For example, when a woman does something that makes her feel particularly feminine, such as mothering a sick friend or getting cat calls from a construction crew across the street, she could very well be the proud recipient of a lesbian dream that night! When a man does something particularly manly, such as getting a raise or replacing the timing belt in his car, he too may very well find a man loving up on him that night.
You may recall, in a previous article I wrote for this site - http://www.pattiknows.com/3-common-relationship-symbols-dream/
- I mentioned that dogs are the number one symbol in our dreams that points to relationship issues. Dogs are known for being man’s best friend and loyal companions. Because of this, dogs in dreams have come to represent our own loyalty towards someone as well as someone’s loyalty towards us.
Every morning I’m on the radio somewhere in the country doing live dream interpretations for the station’s listeners. The other morning the female host of the show I was on asked me about a dream she had. When I started to dissect it, it revealed a very interesting trust issue that plagues waaaaaay too many relationships.
Getting out of a bad relationship doesn't necessarily mean you are free from it. All too often we allow the ex, no matter how horrible he or she may have been, to continue to live in our hearts and minds long after the break up occurred. Because of this, it's hard to know if you are truly over the ex or not.
I am forever beating the drum about how our dreams help us to improve every area of our lives, especially the relationship area. Below is a recent example of this. A single mom had been struggling with a relationship for quite some time; she was unsure if she should continue to give it effort or not... and then she had this dream:
I dreamed I was walking and bare foot. Then a clear white spider jumped on me and bit the bottom of my foot. I tried to peel it off of me only to have it jump and bite my hand. I had to peel it off my right pointer finger like Velcro. – Jessica 35, Aurora, CO