Dream Definition

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The dream I will be interpreting is one I had a while ago, but never understood due to it being so random and strange. Granted I had this dream when I was in middle school, so when names such as Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift or Braydon (my middle school crush) come up, that is why.
The dream starts out and I am standing in a hotel lobby. The lobby is huge. Big enough to have a concert in, which is exactly what was happening. Taylor Swift was performing and a small crowd of about 300 people were around the stage, singing along. I am standing further away creating a gap between the crowd and where I am standing. I must have been going up to my hotel room, because when I turned around Justin Bieber was standing there in the elevator. He asked me what floor I needed and he clicked the number three on the wall of the elevator and we started going up. It seemed to take ages to get to the third floor. When the elevator stopped Justin was gone. I did not think much of it, but when doors of the elevator opened I looked down the hall of doors and it looked as if no one had been in the hotel for around one hundred years. There were cobwebs everywhere and paint
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This theory is the Freudian belief that dreams provide an outlet for unacceptable desires. In my dream an example of this may have been the giant baby with my crush’s face. At the time, I thought he was great. He was attractive, athletic, the whole “seventh grade package”. However, my dream depicted him as a scary baby who chased me. Turns out, he is not as nice as I thought when I was younger. Maybe my subconscious knew he was not what I wanted before I realized it. Relating my dream to the theory, this may have been a way for my mind to realize this boy is not as great as I thought he was. Another example of this may have been Justin Bieber being there. At my middle school no one liked Justin Bieber, so maybe since I did at the time, I dreamt that I met

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