Everyone has erotic dreams from time to time, but they don't always know about it. Erotic dreams can be an expression of unfulfilled sexual needs and an echo of bed experiences. Is it worth asking about their meaning? Or maybe it’s better to ignore dreams about sex? In erotic dreams, this is similar to all other dreams: they may or may not have a deeper meaning. They usually do so, but what they contain must be skillfully read. For example, having a threesome you just dreamed about does not necessarily mean that you are promiscuous, and a dream in which you have love with a person of the same sex does not mean that you are not heteronormal. Sexologists divide erotic dreams into those in which there is a universal content, such as love, the personality of a partner, sexual intercourse, conditioned by culture and individual, that is, deciphered only by the dreamer. Erotic dreams are also differentiated depending on gender. In men, the content is sharper, more aggression, conquest, domination. In a dream, the dreamer usually does not know what kind of people appear in these dreams. On the other hand, women are more likely to dream of people they know, and, as a rule, these dreams are not very likely, and when they wake up, they most likely cannot come true. However, when it comes to literal associations, the so-called sexual symbolism, that is, what is associated with the genitals, then both sexes dream and are associated in the same way - and so, for example, a snake, for a woman and for a man, symbolizes a penis.
How to read erotic dreams Erotic dreams can be a reflection of the past or present, dreams, expectations, needs. According to sexologist Professor Zbigniew Lev-Starovich, they can express repressed sexuality, unmet sexual needs, existing difficulties and problems in sexual life. Sometimes they can be so suggestive that they end with a completely physical orgasm. Sexologists call these "tangible" reactions "angelic visits at night." In some African tribes, nocturnal orgasms during sleep are equated with a visit by a man or a woman to a dreamer. Most of these "angel visits" are experienced by men in late adolescence and early adulthood, as well as women between the ages of 30 and 50. … Nocturnal orgasms during sleep can also occur in men with spinal cord injuries. Erotic symbolism in a dream Correct interpretation of erotic sleep requires certain skills, and if they are not there, then you should seek the advice of a specialist (sexologist) or forget about sleep. Of course, don't jump to conclusions. A very strange erotic dream can be the result, often quite distant, of, for example, memorable erotic scenes from movies, pornographic publications you just watched, or overheard conversation. What do erotic dreams mean? Reading dreams, not just erotic ones, can be very fun amputation (amputation of a part of the body, the process of amputation) - in women fear of losing attractiveness, in men - fear of castration A gazebo is a sign of secret, sinful love. A gun is a sexual debaucher, an unquenchable thirst for sex. The balcony is a symbol female breast, suppressed sexual needs Banana - in women's dreams a symbol of a penis, suppressed by sexual needs, in men's dreams - fear of sex, loss of potency Aries - a symbol of great potency Barrel of wine - the need for sexual intercourse Weapon - sexual immaturity, especially in the dreams of young people. White weapon (sword,saber) - in women's dreams, fear of sex, but also longing for it, in men's dreams - sexual aggression Shoes - in women's dreams, great unsatisfied sexual needs Taurus - a sign of potential Cigar, cigarette - primitive sexual needs Dating - the need for tenderness, romantic love, not necessary sexuality. A tree covered with flowers - strong, still suppressing sexual needs. Beans - a symbol of masculinity (male testicles) Flute - longing for sex, a symbol of a penis. Impotence - low self-esteem in male dreams. Castration - suppressed sexual needs; Sausage - materialistic attitude towards sex, the desire to experience sex for money. Cock - women want rough sex, men - vanity. Bed - sexual needs that cannot be satisfied in the open air. Bald head - high potency, but may indicate disorders in this area. Hammer - do not reckon with a partner Mouse - fears in the field of sex uality Scissors - fear of sex and castration in men Spider - strong sexual needs Money - high sexual potential Car - power Sexual contact - the desire to experience something new and exciting, not necessarily with a regular partner Vagina - high creativity in sex Roots (beets, carrots, turnips) - strong repressed sexual needs Snake - a symbol of urges, primitive instincts