The meaning of someone chasing a dream, someone chasing a dream has a realistic impact and reaction, and there is also a subjective imagination of the dreamer. Please see the detailed explanation of someone chasing a dream below to help you sort out.
Dreaming of someone chasing you indicates that you will become more attractive and more confident. A dream is the fulfillment of a wish, and this dream may be a manifestation of a repressed wish in real life.
Dreaming that someone is chasing you may imply that you refuse to accept or admit a certain point of view, thought, or idea. It may mean that someone really pursues or wants to pursue you. Pay more attention to the words and actions of your friends of the opposite sex.
Looking for a worker, dreaming that someone is chasing me, then interviews for a job: seeking a job; job hunting is picking up, and you are expected to get a good career change opportunity, and you will also have good luck in a field or a new environment that you haven’t touched before.
Emotionally, dreaming of someone chasing you is an expression of fear. It shows that the dreamer was facing a certain danger in his life at that time, he was very afraid of this danger, and tried his best to avoid and get rid of this danger.
Fleeing may be the first reaction of our animal ancestors when they encounter danger. When a monkey sees a fierce beast, it is not like a snake that can hide in a cave, nor is it like a thorn that can shrink into a ball, and it is not like a tortoise that has a shell that can shrink into it. The best choice for monkeys is to run. Therefore, avoiding because of fear is the deepest instinct in human nature. When you are afraid, you will naturally dream of running away, and the dangerous enemy will be chasing after you. Therefore, if the dream interpreter wants to know what makes the dreamer so scared, he should ask the dreamer what kind of person is chasing him in his dream; if not a person, then what? This person or beast or monster chasing him , It symbolizes the person or thing he fears in life now. Although intellectually, the dreamer may not admit that he is afraid of the other person, but subconsciously, he is already afraid.
According to Freud’s theory, the symbolic meaning of this type of dream refers to the conflict between one’s self and instinct. For example, sexual instincts and attacking instincts are suppressed by civilization and society, so they are usually symbolized by wild beasts or savage, beastly people. In other words, in this type of dream, dogs or other ferocious beasts, bandits, robbers, etc. are all signs of instinct. The chased person is usually the dreamer himself, sometimes someone else, but it is still a symbol of the dreamer’s self.