If you dream about a teacher, it’s possible there is someone in your waking hours you feel ‘knows best’ so you are willing to give them your time and attention because they know better than you do.

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On the flipside, this person may be telling you what to do so you aren’t thinking for yourself right now. Do you feel intimated by someone who you believe is more intelligent than you?

If you were kissing your teacher in a dream, you may approve of the advice someone has given you lately. You are grateful to someone who has helped you to solve a problem.

If you were the teacher in your dreamscape, then you might have a desire for others to know the truth or you want to pass on your wisdom to someone. Are you in a situation at present where you feel you have to explain yourself or something? To instruct or inform others?

Are you giving someone a hard time or teaching them a lesson? Do you need to cut them come slack?

If your students weren’t listening to you, there may be someone in your waking hours who isn’t interested in your point of view or your input. They don’t respect you. Could this be because you believe you are smarter than those around you?

To see a teacher could mean that you are seeking advice, guidance or knowledge from someone. You want to learn from experience or by example because you want to take a new path in life.

Is someone testing you in your waking life? Or are you testing yourself? If the teacher was unpleasant in your dream, it’s possible you are putting too much pressure on yourself to succeed. You may need to be more lenient and forgiving in order to move on.

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Perhaps the dream was urging you to put in place some sort of schedule in your waking life if you lack organisation. If you feel you have lost control over your working day or waste time when you get home- maybe you need to implement a plan to help you to be more regimented and use your time more wisely. Another interpretation is that you might need to look more closely at your long-term goals. If you feel that you have lost your way and see no particular direction or progression in your future- it may be time to put some plans, things you want to achieve and timeframes in place. Missed classes as a result of a losing your timetable or not being able to read it- could be symbolic of missed opportunities. Don’t let them pass you by in the future...

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