I had a dream where I was viewing myself from another person’s perspective. What does this mean??
This would be third person view. All Dreams are archetypal symbols triggered by the subconscious mind.
“Your viewpoint or perspective in a dream can be insightful. First person, where you play ‘yourself’, shows that you have a fixed identity or character. This is particularly common in nightmares and anxiety dreams where you are quite caught up in your role as dream actor. The other most common perspective is third person where you witness the dream from an audience viewpoint as a disembodied watcher or point of awareness. Sometimes, though not always, this can point to feelings or situations which are not being felt or experienced (i.e. ‘you’ are ‘removed’ from the scene). A balanced blend of these two perspectives is a good step toward lucid dreaming”
I enjoy this site about dream work and symbolism: http://www.dreams.ca/interpretation.htm
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