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How to make someone dream about you

Updated November 21, 2016

Dreams are the window into someone's psyche. What we dream about says so much about our thoughts, emotions and desires. It is not surprising that if people dream about you, it is because they see you as having great importance in their life.

Get his attention by becoming involved with his life. Do this by having the dreamer notice you during the waking hours. Befriend him and spend time with him. If you immerse yourself enough into the dreamer's memory, you are bound to appear in his dreams somewhere.

Encourage the dreamer to keep a dream journal so she can become more familiar with her subconscious. By doing this, you will also get her to associate her dreams with you.

Do a dream spell if you like.

Decide on how you want your dreamer to see you in his dream. Write this down on a slip of paper.

Sew a pillow filled with batting, lavender, sage and the slip of paper on which you have written the dream.

Repeat the following chant (with the pillow pushed against your chest by your folded arms):

Holy Mother, Goddess Divine,

I stand before your sacred shrine.

This person won't listen or hear.

My words tickle at deafened ear.

Holy Mother, Goddess Divine,

Send a dream, awaken the mind.

Through her vision she lives

The nightmare/passion/lesson she so freely gives.

Holy Mother, Goddess Divine

Send her your enchanted design.

Clear out the cobwebs, tear down walls.

Carry my message through spirit calls.

Tip

Ask the person that you want to dream about you about their dream life.

Warning

You may not like how you are portrayed in the dream of your friend.

Things You'll Need

  • Fabric
  • Batting
  • Lavender
  • Sage
  • Paper
  • Pen
  • Sewing machine
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About the Author

Liza Hollis has been writing for print and online publications since 2003. Her work has appeared on various digital properties, including USAToday.com. Hollis earned a degree in English Literature from the University of Florida.