When you dream about computers, it symbolises technology, information and a reference to modern living. If you are not computer literate then it might be your subconscious telling you to open your mind up to new things if you are stuck in your ways.

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It’s possible new opportunities are presenting themselves to you and you have more choices than you once did either personally or professionally.

If you were doing something on your computer that's related to your job- this could be your subconscious telling you to take a break if you’re working too hard and neglecting other areas of your life.

Alternatively, you may have work to do and your dream was giving you a nudge to get going.

You might feel that you’re simply going with the flow and not being honest about your own opinions and thoughts. This could have led to you feeling that you lack some control over your waking hours.

More so, if the computer was taking over in the dream, then you may feel that you are being influenced by an outsider.

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If the computer crashed in your sleep state then you might think that you have lost all control and you don’t see any way of coming back from it. Or that something has come to an end. Perhaps you feel you’ve made a bad choice lately, a mistake or you think you’re at fault.

Think about what was on the screen of the computer- it could be a reflection of your innermost desires or your interests. Do you need to inject any more time and effort into them or even make a start on something?

Another point of view is that you need to process something. If you have ignored or avoided an issue in your waking life, it might be time to face up to it so you can finally make sense of it.

It’s possible you have been given a load of information lately and you are trying to get through it all and understand it better. You may feel overwhelmed from the sheer amount of details you need to digest.  

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Consider why you are doing this- are doing it out of genuine respect and affection or are you doing it to prove a point to everyone around you? If it is the latter, it might be wise to explore why you feel the need to people please and if it’s indeed worth it. Perhaps you feel some pressure to send out positive vibes to others right now, even if you don’t feel like doing so or don’t believe in the ethos you are pushing. This little boost from you could work wonders for morale even if it isn’t sincere. People may need this anyway so think of the bigger picture... to read more click HERE 

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