Dreaming of chasing in your dreams, when you are chased, you want to hide, but you will be found no matter where you hide, no matter how tightly you close the door. Wherever you run, the chaser is a few steps behind you. Or, as the dream dream dog of a woman the same: her hard dog with a stick, but not kill the dog.

At this time, the person or animal chasing you is part of you, your conscience or your values, or your own memories, worries, and pain. Because this chaser is actually in your own head, of course you can't hide it so that he can't find you, because you can't deceive yourself.

By the way, do we have to obey our inner conscience? It's not necessarily true, because for the average person, the so-called conscience is just the influence of childhood education and family, it may not be correct.

For example, an old man might think that widow remarriage is very shameful, immoral, and unconscience, and this conscience is nothing more than moral. Through dreams, we can know what is “chasing” us in our hearts, and then analyze in detail how we should do it. Obey the chaser, or defeat it or persuade it. Because instinct is an impulse that does not consider social norms, ethics, and often manifests as sexual impulses and aggressive impulses, it inevitably conflicts with human ego.

Analysis of dreams : The end of being chased by dreams often symbolizes the dreamer's strategy to resolve this conflict. In general, forced dreams have several endings:

(1) The person being chased (often the dreamer himself) was bitten or killed.

(2) Those who are forced to drive away pretend to be dead or hide, hiding from the sight of wild animals or baddies.

(3) The person being chased is fighting the beast or the bad guy.

Dreaming of being chased by the ending (1)

It symbolizes that the dreamer is usually too repressive to his instincts, so that after the repression reaches a certain intensity, he begins to be strongly resisted or retaliated by instincts. The more brutal the chaser in the dream is, the stronger the instinctual repression of the dreamer is.

Dreaming of being chased ending (2)

Symbolic dreamers often use self-deception in their daily lives. Turn a blind eye to release some instinct impulses. That is to add some reasonable camouflage to the instinct, so that the self does not feel anxious. Such dreamers are generally weak in character.

Dreaming of being chased ending (3)

Symbolizes that dreamers continue to suppress their instincts in daily life. Or the dreamer's repression of his instincts has been ageing, and the dreamer himself has become a rational machine.

None of the strategies represented by the above three outcomes is the correct attitude towards instinct. The correct attitude towards instinct should be like Dayu's treatment of water. It is not advisable to let the flooding happen, but to suppress the instinct blindly will also lead to future problems, and "grooming" is relatively preferable. Handshaking with a beast or a bad person in your dreams is a kind of channeling.

If the instinct is channeled, it is a continuous stream of vitality, and if it is suppressed, blocked and eventually flooded, it will become destructive. If it is too depressed, vitality and vitality will be exhausted. In addition, it is also harmful to release some by self-deception like the ending (2), because if this is done, people's perception of the environment will be distorted, and people are actually living with their eyes closed.

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