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But there are a ton of different sex dream tropes and themes, and some are decidedly less sexy than others (hello, ex-boyfriend I never wanted to think about again, what are you doing in here? To decode your steamiest and freakiest sex dreams, expert dream psychologist Lauri Loewenberg broke down what it all means, and why you can't get that weird stranger from the bar out of your sleeping brain.Ever wake up feeling confused about why that person you met six months ago for like, five minutes showed up in your steamiest dream ever?"Sex dreams are not just about what you need, but also what you desire for yourself because sex is all about acting on desire." A dream about boning a wildly rich person could be a very straightforward sign that you wanna be rich, too. Loewenberg says the cheat sheet for interpreting basically any sex dream is to think about what most stands out about the person you're sleep-boning.Which isn't always something as simple as physical attraction, as is the case in dreams about people you aren't even attracted to."What stands out about the personality, what is it about them that first comes to mind? "Something about them is what your subconscious desires and wants you to incorporate into yourself." Loewenberg has a rule she likes to apply to dreams about platonic friends.“Pick the first three things that come to mind when you think of that person, then apply them to yourself,” she said.
A sexy dream about someone like the president could be a sign that you need to get better at "governing your own life and your affairs better," Loewenberg explains.If it's happening all the time, she encourages you to examine your actual sex life."Take a look at the frequency of your sex routine in real life," Loewenberg says. In the case of someone who works you, Loewenberg suggests thinking about what their job is, what they do for you, and what their job represents.Are they an assistant who keeps your entire schedule running smoothly?She also said it could mean that you need to be more of a “boss” in various aspects of your life — look for areas in which there’s room for you to take charge more.This one's simple: "It could just be that you desire wealth," Loewenberg says.