Sometimes it's people I don't know and never appear in subsequent dreams. More often, though, they're people I know who've passed away, some recently, some long ago. I don't consider such dreams dreams at all, but Loved Ones simply dropping by from the Other Side for a visit.
Very rarely do I ever meet a living friend or relative in a dream.
My dreams are usually about a guy I know or else they are about monster and scary stuff that wakes me up fast.
Sometimes they're all you. They may be forcing you to acknowledge in yourself whatever outstanding aspect or traits they represent to you. That's why you may not see or remember their faces, just certain traits.
Dreams are from our sub-conscious mind. But we too can be doing soul traveling that may seems to be like dreaming.
It is like you have traveled to places and in real life, we may come across these places in later parts of your life. You will then be thinking, have I come here before?
If your dreams are in color then those people are conjured up by your Right drain and has to do with desires and self gratification. If your dreams are in black and white then those people represent information coming into your mind by way of your Left brain. They are your relatives, ancestors, and people of importance that are trying to guide you.
No one knows the answer this, no one has been inside someones head, everyone thinks differently, just like you and me
It's been thought that the language area of our brain creates a great number of puns and plays on words while we're dreaming. (I'm not sure if deaf people make visual puns). For example if you see a white sheet on the clothesline (oops, we don't have those any more, do we?) or let's say we're folding a white sheet. We might know someone whose last name is White. The dream is a play on the name of that person. The other night I dreamt that my little dog Scooter was riding with me in the car. He was inching closer to me and I wanted him to stay in the passenger side. I said, "Scooter, sit down!". He moved right next to me and plopped himself down and said, "Right here?" in the cutest little boy voice. I didn't understand what that dream meant until today when I was writing an email to the artist who illustrated my children's story about a left-pawed puppy. I was telling her once again how grateful I was for making "Lucky" (my story dog) come alive. It was at that precise moment that I realized that my dream was not about my real dog, but about my story dog who the artist "brought to life" for me!
It's a proven fact that you can only dream about things that you've seen. So everyone in your dreams is just people that you've seen before. Perhaps it's the lady that you bumped into at the store last week, or the guy you saw running on the sidewalk as you drove by.
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