Personal Identity and Expression
Dreaming of a homosexual experience for instance, when you are a hundred percent heterosexual in real life, may not necessarily indicate you have latent homosexual tendencies, but may point out your latent curiosity or fears about the same. In fact, the dream could be a metaphor or a message - it may come as a reminder to you to explore your own self and potential beyond the boundaries you may have established in your life.
How you perceive and understand this energy and what you associate with it translates into how (and how well) you create and manifest in your lives. Do you see sexual energy as something sacred and fluid or are loaded with subconscious guilt about it? Do you accept it as a natural extension of your being or see it as something that must be controlled and repressed? Your dreams will often reveal the imbalances in this understanding and relationship with your own sexual energy.
Temper Your Response to Interpret Your Dream
The biggest hurdle to unlocking this treasure is to not judge yourself or these dreams for being sexual or as graphic in nature. Sexual experience and content is quite an overwhelming subject for us - it is hard to be objective when we engage with it, even if in a dream. But very often the thoughts and emotions that kick in by default cloud the true meaning or purpose of such a dream. It is therefore vital that you temper your responses (emotional and mental) to such a dream when attempting to interpret it. It is important that you do not let your fears or judgments get in the way of exploring the real message at hand.
Unlike your everyday life, your dreams are not limited by social norms, expectations, conduct or dynamics. Your sub/unconscious is more interested in holding up a mirror to you through your dreams, and sexual dreams are just a rather impactful way of doing this.
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