What Does It Mean When You See Yourself?

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There is something significant about seeing yourself in a dream. Most of the other figures in a dream are usually unfamiliar to you. When a dreamer sees themselves though, it says that they are dreaming about a part of themselves that they are familiar with and consciously aware of in the waking world. By seeing yourself rather than being yourself, your dream may be trying to tell you something important about that part of your character.
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1. If you have the opportunity to be with a person one on one and you are struggling to find something the two of you have in common. Look them in the eye and smile. You will be amazed
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It's called "eisoptrophobia, which is fear of seeing your own reflection, or pictures of yourself. It's quite common, and usually caused by one's own securities and lack of self-esteem
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I'm no pro but I have in the past videotaped and been videotaped by others (oh please god I hope those VHS tapes are lost forever) and just like Stock Smith, I have used it to judge
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