Unfortunately, this happens often. Having interpreted thousands of dreams for many people, this is often the biggest mistake I see with dream interpretation. It’s also the one that can cause the most trouble with others and what has often given dreams a bad rap in the Church as a whole.
WHAT PEOPLE IN YOUR DREAMS MEAN
People in your dreams, especially those you know, most often symbolize a part of you. It isn’t the way of the Lord to reveal secrets about another person in dreams. (At rare times, a dream has a message to give another person; however, this is an unusual occurrence and it's always safer to assume the dream is about you first.) Instead, most dreams are meant for you, the dreamer.
To discover what a person is symbolizing in your dreams, think about the different things they could mean to you. God works with us through dream symbols in order to get at the issues of our hearts, often where we need help or correction, so consider the past or current issues with which that person struggles. In dreams, people don’t represent a general thing such as friendly, nice, sweet, etc. Rather, they likely symbolize issues you have in common with that person.
Here's an example:
You dream of a former co-worker who had serious insecurity issues. The presence of this co-worker in your dream likely indicates that you have struggled with your own insecurity issues recently. He is representing your struggle with insecurity in the dream.
People in your dreams, especially those you know, are important keys and are the first symbol to unlock in order to derive the correct interpretation. Make this one adjustment and you'll open up an entirely new understanding of what God is speaking in the night.
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