Lost in the streets

Lost in the streets

Patricia

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Hello,

I am walking in the streets of my hometown, but I am lost, I have lost my way, and I am very anxious.

I say that it is daytime, but I am afraid that it is getting dark. So, I hurry up but, the more I walk in the streets, the less I find my way back.

Thank you for the interpretation.

Interpretation

Hello Patricia,

Thank you for telling us about your meaningful dream. It seemed very strange to you, which is quite normal. I will explain to you in the following lines the symbolism of your dream.

First of all, dreaming about your hometown is very common. These dreams can resurface if you are questioning your past or if you are having difficulty letting go of a mother figure.

Such a dream may also mean that you are not satisfied with your present life. Your plans are not coming to fruition and you have fears for your future, which leads you to a dead end.

Do not let yourself be carried away by the uncertainties that invade your thoughts.

Your subconscious is inviting you to change the course of your life, because certain events are likely to confuse you. This phase will be temporary but will have a real impact on you.

Also, if you wander into your hometown, it may mean that you are afraid of losing something dear to your heart.

Perhaps it is a material possession, a love or friendship relationship, or a professional position. To find balance, you need to readjust your life.

The loneliness you feel reflects your unhappiness. You feel rejected by those around you. This heralds a period of calm in your life. Take advantage of this period to find your mental and physical balance.

Finally, your dream invites you to better orient yourself and to review your life objectives.

In this process, you will overcome difficulties, but will face them with your head held high. All you have to do is believe in yourself, in your abilities and give yourself the means to achieve them.

Sincerely yours,

Anne Anne

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