Soulmate dreams can occur before you have met your soulmate.
You dream you're late for class and miss the exam, or you can't find the classroom, or you haven't studied or you studied the wrong subject. Upon awakening, you might dismiss the dream as irrelevant -- after all you haven't been a student for years.
Or you may instantly sense how the dream reflects what's going on in your life.
Perhaps the dream dramatizes how ill prepared you feel to handle a work project or reminds you to write a report you'd forgotten about. The impression in western society is that dreams are the province of psychoanalysts seeking to unlock mysteries of neuroses and psychoses.
But, in fact, dreams can be very useful tools for self-discovery and problem solving.
So maybe it’s time to take an honest inventory and see if you’ve been engaging in any of the following self-sabotaging behaviors I’ve observed that inadvertently drive off the good guys who already like you (NB: most of these are applicable to men, too, so listen up, gentlemen): 1. Especially if that stranger is bigger and stronger than you, and the #1 cause of morbidity and mortality for womankind.
However, if you’re in the least bit interested in a guy and make a date with him, do your best to show up. Because when you cancel a date at the last minute (or worse, stand the guy up), you make it very difficult for him to ask you out again.
When soulmate dreams occur, what do you dream about?
We all dream about our soulmates at different times, for different reasons and under different circumstances.
The whole fabric of society depends on kept promises. You are a woman now, not a girl, and part of being a woman means greater self-control.
The more you keep yours, the more men will trust you and seek out your company. Woe betide the woman who thinks she can change or tame a bad boy.
We’ve all been in the situation where we’ve met someone new but have this immediate and deep connection – sometimes to the point of being able to anticipate what they are going to say next – or feeling as if they’ve been in our life forever.