Dreaming of a trip to France

Dreaming of a trip to France

Jude

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I dreamed of traveling to France with my family.

I dreamed of being in Lyon but I told my relatives who were with me that I was interested in Paris. So I left Lyon to go to Paris.

I am about to sign up for a travel program offered by the United States. I don't know if it's something psychological or at least a message from the spirits.

Interpretation

Hello Jude

Thank you for sharing your dream. It is intimately related to your personal life and symbolizes a set of things that are important to you.

It shows you where you want to go. I will explain in detail the meaning of the symbols you saw.

The trip to France that you see in your dream symbolizes a need to live something more than what you have and a necessity to leave a daily life that is perhaps too heavy.

This is why you have a sort of fixation with the city of Paris.

Indeed the city of Paris here symbolizes the relationships you have with others, especially with that person with whom you would like to build a lasting relationship.

Your family in this dream is a sign that you are going to be successful in a particular area of your life, especially sentimentally or financially.

It is also a sign that you will experience great joy in the weeks or months ahead.

This is verified by the city of Lyon that you see.

In fact, dreaming of the city of Lyon indicates that you need to reconnect with your relationships. This city can also mean that you are suffering from unconscious loneliness.

Your subconscious mind reveals that you tend to feel lonely among the people around you.

On the other hand, Jude, if you dream of moving to another city, it symbolizes a desire to change your state of mind.

Obviously, this dream of moving indicates that something needs to materialize in a concrete way in your current life.

It is a sign that you need to take stock of yourself in order to choose what is right for you.

Sincerely,

William William

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