According to a recent study at the University of Montreal, sex dreams make up about 8 percent of all dreams for both men and women.Society’s openness regarding sex, coupled with our growing interest in understanding dream content has taught us that, surprisingly, sex dreams are rarely about sex at all – no matter how saucy they might be.Your dream is showing you that this part of you is very much a part of who you are and a part of you that you like.Do you sometimes work too much or find yourself going on and on about work, much to your boyfriend's dismay?The fact that you are getting these dreams means you are aware and sensitive to something that is causing your boyfriend to feel left out, or something that is causing him to feel "cheated" out of his time with you.Maybe you guys can help me figure out this weird dream that I've had several times.First, a little background: I am 26, I live in Rhode Island, I've been with my wonderful boyfriend for a year, and we have great sex. Anyway, the dream is pretty simple -- I have sex with someone (not my boyfriend) without realizing it, and by the time I come to my senses, it's too late and I've cheated.
As you may remember in Chapter 2, our dreams have a cool way of showing us the different parts of our I have had this dream several times where I am having very graphic sex with an unknown man. I reach orgasm in these dreams and I always wake up very satisfied, but I never see his face.
Lauri: You are attracted to this man in your dream because your dreaming mind wants you to be attracted to your own male, assertive, money-making, take-charge qualities so that you will use them to improve your life.