Do you ever wonder if someone is dreaming about you?
It’s a question that has probably crossed your mind at some point.
Believe it or not, there are some clear signs that can indicate whether or not someone’s thinking about you while they sleep.
Fair warning, though:
Dreams can be tricky because it involves the subconscious and the inner workings of the mind at rest. While both can be difficult to interpret, it wouldn’t hurt to keep an eye out for some of the following signs someone is dreaming about you.
If you’re curious and would like to know more, read on! We’ll discuss 10 surprising signs that someone’s dreaming about you.
1) You subconsciously think of them and you get goosebumps
Have you ever experienced going about your day then all of the sudden, out of nowhere, someone suddenly pops into your head and you get goosebumps?
You see, dreams can be a way for one’s subconscious to catch your attention and send messages or warnings. Oftentimes, these will come up during random points throughout the day when we’re not expecting it.
If you randomly start thinking about someone more often than usual, especially if it’s someone you don’t talk to regularly or haven’t seen in a while, it might be one of the tell-tale signs that you were in their dream.
2) You observe changes in their sleeping behavior
One of the most outward signs that someone dreams about you is when you notice changes in their sleeping habits or vocal patterns.
Obviously, there’s no way for you to physically visit and observe what they’re doing in their sleep. You can’t hide behind the sheets trying to peek at them out of curiosity.
But if you have the chance to observe the other person while they’re in deep slumber, like which side of their bed they gravitate towards, these manifestations are pretty telling.
Talking to or about you
One of the most telling signs that someone’s dreaming about you is when they start talking to you or about you in their sleep.
If you hear them say your name or make references to things the two of you have done together, it’s likely that you’re on their mind even when they’re unconscious.
Tossing and turning
Do they seem to be restless or in distress when they sleep? Tossing and turning or kicking the sheets off when they sleep are signs that someone may be dreaming about you.
This kind of sleep pattern usually suggests some tension or anxiety associated with the dream. It could be that they’re trying to work out some unresolved conflict or issue they have with you.
Laughing and smiling
If you notice them smiling or laughing in their sleep, it’s possible they’re having a good dream about you.
The thing is, it can be hard to tell if they’re actually dreaming or just having a goodnight’s sleep.
But this kind of sleep behavior is often a sign that the person is happy and content, which could be a result of thinking about you before they drift off.
Crying in their sleep
Dreams can be very emotional. So if you hear them crying in their sleep or see tears streaming down their face, it could be that they’re experiencing an intense dream about you.
While there are many different reasons someone might cry while they sleep, dreaming about a loved one is one of the most common explanations.
Why is that?
Well, when we dream about people we care about, it’s usually because there are unresolved feelings or issues that we need to address. It could also be because we’re missing them and our subconscious is working out those feelings during our sleep.
And what better place to do that than in our dreams?
What does this mean for you?
While there may be other explanations for each of these behavior changes, paying attention to how they act when they’re sleeping can give you some clues if they’re thinking about you while they sleep at night.
It’s important to note, though, that not everyone will have the same reaction to dreaming about someone. But if you’re paying attention, these signs can be a helpful guide to deciphering their subconscious thoughts.
3) A professional adviser confirms the same thoughts and signs
There are a lot of psychic signs and thoughts around someone thinking about you in their dreams.
Even so, issues related to dreams and relationships can be confusing at the best of times, especially as your situation is unique to you.
So could getting some outside guidance help?
It’s fair to say there are plenty of frauds out there, who are just waiting to take advantage when we’re at our most vulnerable.
But after a few instances of observing a change in my romantic partner’s sleeping patterns, I found that speaking to an advisor from Psychic Source was super helpful.
The advisor I spoke to was kind, understanding, and insightful.
My psychic reading gave me the guidance I was looking for (and needed) during a painful and confusing time.
The good news is that not only can a gifted advisor tell you whether someone is dreaming about you, but they can give unique insight and reveal all your love and relationship possibilities.
4) Their energy is different and they act differently around you
How do you know if someone dreams about you?
Well, another sign is their energy will be different when they’re around you.
Their cheeks blush and you sense them feeling shy
Blushing is a bodily reaction that signals someone is embarrassed. And when that happens, they usually become timid and shy.
Why does this happen?
When people see someone they like in their dreams, they often feel a sense of happiness and elation. This can cause the body to release chemicals that make the person feel shy.
So, if you notice someone blushing around you, it could be a sign they’ve been dreaming about you.
Their breathing rhythm changes and tenses up
When people lie, their breathing usually quickens. The same is true for when someone’s dreaming about the person they’re interested in.
You see, breathing patterns are connected to our emotions. When someone is nervous around you, they’ll try to hide it by performing a physical action, such as fidgeting.
In addition, when someone’s thinking about you when they sleep, their breathing may change to match the emotions they’re feeling in the dream.
If you notice someone’s breathing quicken or they seem to tense up around you, it might be that the person’s thoughts are occupied with you while they sleep.
They can’t stop smiling when they see you
When someone is dreaming about you, they’ll likely have a hard time hiding their smile. In fact, they might even light up when they see you!
This happens because the brain is releasing dopamine, a hormone that’s responsible for happiness and pleasure.
So if you’re spending time with someone and they seem really happy to see you, it’s probably because they’ve been dreaming about you.
They experience random hiccups
Hiccups are one of the most common manifestations of someone thinking about you. It might sound crazy, but it’s true!
Hiccups are caused by a sudden change in your breathing pattern. And when someone’s thinking about you, they’re likely to take a deep breath and hold it for a few seconds.
That deep breath can cause your diaphragm to spasm, which will then cause hiccups.
They’re more affectionate around you
Dreams often produce positive feelings about the person who is being dreamt about. Why?
Because in our dreams, we typically idealize the people we care about. More often than not, some emotional attachment is involved in the dream.
You might notice that the person is more touchy-feely around you, or they might go out of their way to do things for you.
If someone is constantly trying to make physical contact with you, it’s a good sign that they’re dreaming about you.
What does this mean for you?
Physical manifestations are just one way to tell if someone’s thinking about you in their sleep.
While it may be different for each person, what’s important is that you pay attention to how they act around you and compare it to their other interactions.
If they act differently from how they do with everyone else, there’s a good chance they’re dreaming about you.
5) You catch their eyes staring at you
Eyes are often called the “windows to the soul.” And when it comes to dream interpretation, the eyes are one of the most important features.
When someone’s dreaming about you, their eyes give them away by staring into your eyes for an unusually long time.
This happens because they want to process information and soak up every detail about you that they can. They’re thinking about you constantly and they want to remember every single thing about you.
They might also have a harder time looking away because they’re lost in thought. That’s because they probably want to figure out what their vivid dreams meant and how it related to you.
If they can’t seem to take their eyes off of you, it might be because they’re seeing you in their dreams.
6) Is it a coincidence that they contact you out of the blue?
Did you ever experience receiving a phone call from someone you haven’t been in contact with for a long tie? And the first thing they ask is, “How have you been?”
You guessed it! They might have been dreaming of you.
When people are dreaming about someone, they’ll often find ways to contact that person.
This could be anything from an ex sending a text message and replying to actually visiting you in person to get some closure, to an old co-worker who’s had strong feelings and hidden desires for you in the past suddenly wanting to have coffee.
But as you know, when it comes to love, things rarely go as smoothly as we’d like them to.
That’s why I am recommending that you speak to one of the trusted, gifted advisors over at Psychic Source.
I mentioned them earlier.
They’ve been incredibly helpful in the past when I’ve needed guidance on my love life, and they’ll certainly be able to help you with signs that someone’s dreaming about you.
Whether you prefer to chat online, or jump on a call and speak face-to-face, you can get clarity on this situation right now.
7) Signs of physical symptoms when someone’s thinking about you
When people are dreaming about someone, they’ll often send them telepathic messages. And these psychic signs can come through as physical symptoms in your daily life.
Sneezing means someone is thinking of you
Sneezing isn’t caused just by smelling pepper or having allergies. It can also be a sign that someone is thinking about you.
Here’s the deal:
When someone’s thinking about you in their sleep, they’re sending you telepathic energy. And that energy can cause a physical reaction like sneezing.
You see, telepathic energy is very powerful and it can override your physical senses.
So when someone’s dreaming about you, their thoughts might be so strong that they cause you to sneeze.
You suddenly start coughing or choking
This random discomfort in swallowing can be a physical manifestation of someone’s thoughts about you.
Why is that?
When someone is dreaming about you, there may be some tension in the subconscious that’s trying to come through.
And that can result in a physical sensation of choking or coughing.
You come to his mind when your ears start to ring, itch or burn
Waking up the next day with an unusual sense of ringing discomfort in your ears is another sign that someone has been thinking about in their sleep.
Itchy or burning ears can also indicate that someone’s trying to send you a telepathic message. In this case, it’s likely that they want to get your attention and they’re hoping you’ll pick up on their thoughts.
If you have a sudden itch or start hearing ringing in your ears, it could be a sign that someone’s dreaming about you.
Does eye twitching mean someone’s thinking about you?
Another sign someone’s dream about you is when your eye twitches and you can’t seem to have any control over it.
When someone dreams about you, it might be because they’re sending a telepathic message. And if this is the case then their thoughts could manifest as an uncontrollable twitch in your eye.
The thing is, when our eyes start twitching, it’s often because we’re tired.
So, if you’re unsure whether or not someone is dreaming about you, try to get some rest and see if the twitching goes away.
If it doesn’t, then it’s likely that someone is thinking about you in their sleep.
You start getting chills when you think of them
Getting chills isn’t just when there are ghosts present. It can also be a sign that someone is dreaming about you.
Allow me to explain:
The chills you get down your spine could be a physical manifestation of the energy they’re sending your way.
It’s also possible that you’re getting chills because you’re feeling someone’s presence, even when they’re miles away.
So, if you start getting chills when you think of someone, it could be a sign that they’re thinking about you in their sleep.
What do they mean for you?
These physical symptoms you experience are just a small part of what it means when someone dreams about you.
It’s one of the possible psychic signs that someone who’s dreaming about you misses you and they want to send you good thoughts. Or, it could be that they’re worried about you and they’re hoping you’ll pick up on their concern.
Either way, it’s important to pay attention to these psychic signs and figure out what they mean for you.
8) You start seeing synchronistic numbers as a spiritual sign
One of the signs from the universe that someone’s thinking of you in their sleep is seeing synchronistic numbers.
When you see a number that’s significant to you, or someone else is talking about it and they mention your name, chances are this is an indication that someone’s been dreaming of you.
Why is that?
Synchronistic numbers such as angel numbers are a way for the universe to send you a message that someone’s thinking of you, even in it’s in their sleep.
It’s often a sign from a deceased loved one who’s looking out for you from the other side. Other times, they represent premonitions from a best friend or other family members about what’s to come.
If you start seeing a lot of synchronistic numbers, take it as a spiritual sign that someone’s been dreaming about you.
How’s your spiritual life?
Seeing numbers with synchronicity can happen to anyone, but it’s more likely to occur if someone’s intuitively open and attuned to the spiritual realm.
Do you have a regular practice of meditation or mindfulness? Are you in tune with the messages the universe is sending you?
Which practices are genuinely pushing you forward, and which are holding you back?
Unfortunately, many of us unknowingly fall into the trap of toxic spirituality.
As you can imagine, this can be extremely harmful. I learned this when I watched this incredible free video created by the shaman Rudá Iandé.
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9) You can’t sleep when someone’s thinking about you in their dreams
Dreams are a way for our subconscious to process emotions, so it’s normal for us to think about someone who’s been on our minds lately.
When someone is thinking about you in their sleep, what happens is that your energy is being pulled towards theirs. This can cause you to feel restless or have trouble sleeping because your mind and body are trying to connect with the other person.
If you’ve been having trouble sleeping and you know someone who’s been thinking about you a lot, it’s possible they’re dreaming about you.
10) They post about you on social media without tagging you
When someone dreams about you, they might not be able to help themselves by posting about it on social media. They may not even tag you in the post, but they’ll definitely mention your name.
This is a way of subconsciously reaching out to you and letting you know that you’re in their thoughts.
If someone you know has been posting cryptic messages about you on social media, there’s a good chance they’re dreaming about you.
Why do we dream about other people?
With that said, it’s important to note that dreams are a way for our subconscious to process the emotions we’ve been feeling during the day. They can be random and nonsensical, or they could be deeply symbolic.
Before I go on, understand that dreams typically involve aspects of your waking life. But generally, they don’t really have any actual relevance to what’s going on in other people’s waking lives.
When someone dreams about you, it’s because they’re subconsciously thinking about you. Also, these dreams usually have more to do with their life, yours.
Let me explain what I mean:
It’s possible that these dreams about you are a result of how they feel about you. These deep personal feelings may be about insecurities that they aren’t consciously aware of.
A person could also dream about you because they’re concerned about your well-being. It’s also possible that someone’s thinking about you in their sleep because they miss you.
To be honest, it’s difficult to interpret exactly what dreams mean. But they’re often symbolic of the situations in our lives that we struggle with the most.
Our subconscious may be trying to connect the dots and give us some insight into something that’s going on in our lives.
“To sleep, perchance to dream”
There are many signs that someone is dreaming about you, but it’s important to remember that these dreams usually have more to do with the dreamer than they do with you.
Nevertheless, if you’re seeing any of the surprising signs listed in this article, it’s worth reaching out to the person and seeing if they want to talk about what’s going on.
After all, dreams are a powerful way for us to process our emotions. So if someone’s dreaming about you, there’s a good chance that they’re feeling something strong towards you.
By now you should have a good idea of the signs someone’s thinking about you in their sleep. But if you’re still unsure, I recommend getting in touch with a trustworthy advisor.
I mentioned Psychic Source earlier. Based on my own personal experience with them, I know they’re legit, kind, and helpful.
So instead of leaving things up to chance, take control of this situation and clarify what’s in store for your future.
Speaking to one of their experienced advisors was a turning point for me, and I think it could be for you too. Especially if you want to find out about whether or not a person’s dreaming about you.
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