Dreaming about being cheated on or cheating on your lover can be very upsetting. However, dreams are not usually based in fact, thank goodness. Rather cheating dreams may be triggered by: yours or someone else’s life experience, fears, plus other emotions, a movie you watched, and much more.
Do you know that interpreting a dream can be compared to putting together a puzzle? Sometimes, you’re lucky enough, in the beginning to have some of the jigsaw puzzle put together, while other times you don’t even have the border of the puzzle done.This is why it can be difficult interpreting cheating dreams.
In my June 2018 column for Bellesprit Magazine, I answered a reader’s question on why she dreamed about having sex with her dead ex-husband. Also included in this article are seven general reasons why we dream about sexual acts with our ex-partners. Here’s the reader’s dream:
I had two dreams of my ex-husband who passed away recently. In both dreams we’re having sex, but I cannot see his face.
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Dreaming of a deceased loved one is quite common; however, it can cause confusion on whether it was an actual visitation or just a dream. There was a time when I thought it was usually one or the other, until I experienced an intense dream that was a combination of both. You can read about my encounter in the blog Messages of Love from the Departed.
A client granted me permission to use her recent dream for publication, although to keep the photo of her father private. Just a little background before going into the dream and interpretation; her dad has been deceased for a few decades, while her mother passed a few years ago.
How do you feel when a person you’re not interested in expresses an unwanted affection or sexual advance? Emotions could range from ego trip to disgust. Those feelings are magnified when you dream about a man or woman making a proposition for sex. Read on to discover why you’re dreaming about unwanted sexual advances.
Why do I have the same dream repeated over and over? I keep having these dreams with a similar occurrence, although the people or places change, why am I having these dreams? These are the type of questions my clients will ask me, when they are experiencing recurring dreams.
Did you know that your dreams illustrate not only the state of your love life, but also the issues that must be overcome? This is why it’s so important to journal your dreams and learn how to do dream interpretation to comprehend your unique dream meanings. In the video below, I will read a dream from my book Learn the Secret Language of Dreams that highlights this point.
Our dreams of the nighttime give guidance in all areas of life, including our love life since it’s an important factor in our life. The majority of humans have an innate desire for a special love; some people make wise choices in a partner, while others make unwise choices in love. Dreams will give us guidance on whether or not a person is truly the right one through a variety of ways to help us interpret them. In this blog, I will give you two examples of warning dreams that illustrated who’s not your soul mate.
Whether you are in a committed relationship or married, having a dream about your partner cheating on you will trigger an array of emotions, although so would a dream about you two-timing on your mate. Should these dreams be taken literally? Read the following 3 dream meanings for cheating in love relationships to help you decide.
I wrote a blog on the 12 Benefits of Dream Interpretation. One gigantic benefit is dreams improve our relationship as follows:
Here’s an enormous bonus of learning the secret language of dreams – you will have better relationships and a happier love life. Your dreams give warnings about people who are toxic to your health, red flags concerning a potential mate, the “right one” to have a love relationship with, tips to resolve issues, and ideas on how to continue harmony in the relationship.