A Coworker Said I Was In Her Dream. We Are Not Close. Is She Into Me?

A Coworker Said I Was In Her Dream. We Are Not Close. Is She Into Me?There is no reason to believe that this coworker is into you.

She said you were in her dream, but this doesn’t mean that you are desired by her.

Think about how often you have had dreams where someone you weren’t close to showed up out of nowhere.

That cashier that you see from time to time when you are shopping at the local grocery store.

That bus driver you see from time to time when you are taking the bus to work.

That older woman at the local library that you see from time to time, with a perennial suspicious look on her face whenever you show up to the counter.

There are all sorts of people that you come across in your everyday life that you aren’t close to who have shown up in your dreams every so often.

They didn’t show up because you were into them.

Being that these are people who you have seen repeatedly without much interaction, they have inadvertently imprinted themselves into the recesses of your subconscious, among all the other people that are already there.

Being that dreams have much to do with the images that are ingrained in your subconscious, it’s inevitable that these images are going to show up in one of your dreams.

This has everything to do with your subconscious taking charge over you as you sleep, than anything else.

Being that this is a coworker of yours, there is no doubt that you have seen each other at work on multiple occasions.

Even though you rarely work with her, or have never worked with her, the mere fact that you have seen each other at work several times is enough for her to develop an imprint of you in her subconscious.

Once this happens, it is only a matter of time before your image suddenly pops up in one of her dreams.

None of this has to do with her being into you.

It has more to do with whatever has been going on in her life as far as work is concerned.

She has been thinking about work a whole lot of late.

She is stressed out over something to do with work.

As a result, while she is asleep, her subconscious goes into overdrive, bringing about images of people that relate to her workplace in the form of a dream.

That’s how the brain works.

She has been thinking about work, or stressed out about it, and this led to her subconscious bringing up images related to her workplace into her visual cortex.

This is where you show up as the star, or one of the stars of her dream.

That’s all this is.

It has nothing to do with her being into you.

This is a coworker that you aren’t close to.

If she was into you, she would be far too reticent to tell you that you were in her dream.

She wouldn’t want to be so obvious that she is into you.

But when a coworker isn’t into you, it’s far easier for her to tell you that you showed up in a dream.

There is less worry in a circumstance like this.