Soulmate dreams can happen before and during soulmate relationships.
We dream about our soulmates at different times, for different reasons and under different circumstances. Sometimes it’s just our subconscious minds processing the details of the relationship. At other times, they can indicate you’ll be hearing from or meeting, your soulmate in the near future.
Soulmate dreams can feel very realistic at times. If may feel like you’re really together in some other place, talking and sharing with each other. We refer to these as astral dreams. This happens when your higher self, or your soul, meets with theirs on the astral plane.
WHEN DO SOULMATE DREAMS OCCUR?
Soulmate dreams can occur before you meet your soulmate. Sometimes you dream of a romantic partner coming into your life. You may have this dream more than once, but it’s the same person, again and again.
You dream of meeting them, feeling a strong connection to them and having a soulfully deep relationship. Sometimes you may see what they physically look like. But at other times you will only have a sense of their essence, or their soul.
Soulmate dreams can be predictive in nature because they’re showing you he or she is coming into your life. More than likely, they will not present a time frame. This is more to give you the heads up that there’s a special relationship out there for you.
Soulmate dreams can occur while you’re in the soulmate relationship. If you dream about your soulmate while you’re in the relationship it shows you the relationship is moving forward in a positive way.
Some can be prophetic in nature. You may have dreams that show potential issues before they arise. This will allow you to find solutions to those problems before they occur. You may have soulmate dreams about where you will go, what you will do and what your future life together will be like.
MOST COMMON DREAMS
The most common type of soulmate dreams occur when you’re apart from your soulmate through separation or a break-up. These can be either very comforting or very upsetting.
Let’s say your soulmate broke up with you and you haven’t had communication with them for three years. One night you have a dream about them and it feels very real. When you wake up, you feel like they were right there with you, all night. Perhaps it was a sexual dream, as many soulmate dreams are sexual in nature.
These soulmate dreams can indicate that you’ll be hearing from your soulmate through some form of communication. But it can also be a meeting of the souls, on the other side or astral plane, to communicate something important to each other.
Even though we are earthbound in physical bodies, the souls still need to communicate. Messages can be delivered to you from your soulmate, letting you know they’re still there, even though they’re not in your life at moment.
Soulmate dreams can occur when your soulmate has crossed over to the other side. There’s a scene at the end of Titanic where Rose falls asleep and then finds herself back in time, on the Titanic, meeting up with Jack. This is an example of these type of soulmate dreams. Of course that is very soulmate-centric scene as Celine Dion sings My Heart Will Go On.
The song begins with:
Every night in my dreams, I see you, I feel you
That is how I know you go on
Far across the distance and spaces between us
You have come to show you go on
Near, far, wherever you are I believe that the heart does go on
Soulmate dreams often take place on the astral plane. This is why the feel so real. When you awaken you often feel their presence. You can feel them, sense them and smell them.
Sometimes it may overwhelm you, but soulmate dreams are a gift from the Universe. They’re allowing you to have the experience of your soulmate even when they’re not present in your life. They remind you of the connection, to remind you that your relationship is still alive. This allows you to see that even if the relationship has ended, the soul connection is still there. And that you will meet again, somewhere in time.