I dream about someone, but I don't know who it is.

I dream about someone, but I don't know who it is.




I dream about someone, I don't know who he is but in my dream he has an initial.

It's PK. In my dream, I'm a transferee in a school and he is one of my classmates.

I don't know his face or anything. He's just a figure in my dream.

And then in scenario of we need to cross the street, he held my hand.


Your dream, involving an anonymous figure identified only by the initials PK, and your transfer to a new school, is rich in symbolism.

Not knowing PK's identity but perceiving him as a classmate suggests a quest for identity or understanding in your life.

This mysterious person could represent an unexplored aspect of yourself, a facet of your personality you haven't yet fully discovered or understood.

The fact that PK is only a silhouette in your dream may indicate a presence or influence in your life that is not yet fully recognized or understood.

It may reflect your feelings of uncertainty or confusion about an aspect of your life or an important decision.

The scene where PK holds your hand as you cross the street is particularly significant. Holding someone's hand in a dream often symbolizes a need for support, connection or comfort.

It may indicate that you're seeking guidance or emotional support in a current situation, or that you're longing for a greater connection with others.

Transferring to a new school in the dream could symbolize a new beginning.

This change may be related to learning new skills, exploring new ideas, or adapting to new circumstances. It can also represent a period of personal growth and self-discovery.

In short, your dream seems to indicate a period of transition and identity search, where you're looking for support and guidance. Perhaps you're exploring new facets of your personality or adapting to new environments or challenges.

I hope this interpretation offers you a deeper perspective on your dream.

Yours sincerely

William William



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