Ejaculation in Dreams

Dreaming of ejaculation means you need a release from responsibilities or sexually. Overcoming tough projects, you will throw a party to celebrate and release all the tension that have built up over several months to experience a heighten level of natural euphoria.

Ejaculating over something or someone can also mean you exerting ownership over them. A part of you have marked them as your territory.

Sex in Dreams

Dreaming of sex means procreating and sharing intimate moments with a person you love. Sex helps to create stronger bonds and relations between those involved.

It can also be an indication that sex is needed to help cool off a heated argument and reaffirm new commitments as partners. Pay attention to the sex partners that appear in the dream, because they are the answers if you wake up from the dream full of questions.

Losing Virginity in Dreams

Losing Virginity is a life changing event for most people. It can be seen as the transition into adulthood, or a passionate connection you share with someone you care about. If you’re losing your virginity in a dream, it can correlate to the idea of a need for someone you care about. It may be time for you to take the next step and become physically connected with your significant other.

If not about sexual relations, it can be concerned with guilt. Many cultures see losing ones virginity, before marriage as a sign of shame and guilt. Maybe you did something you aren’t proud of, or you’re changing, and you’re losing a part of yourself that you can never get back. It can relate to you sexually, or to you emotionally. Sexually, being that you have feelings for some one, and the time to take it a step further is entering your mind. Or emotionally and that you feel like you’ve lost who you are.

Vasectomy in Dreams

A vasectomy in a dream can be a symbol of commitment or a fear of having children. It may be a subconscious decision your mind is telling you because the truth is, you may not want children, while your other half does.

This can also be because there’s a fear of commitment from you, to your partner. You may be scared that if you have children, this will bind you to them, and that your relationship will have to be set in stone, whether you want it to be or not. You’re afraid that this will change your relationship and that it may force you to be with someone you don’t want to be.

This can also represent the wanting for children, but your mind is telling you that it’s not possible. You and your partner may be trying for a children, but it may not be working as well as you want, and your mind is punishing you and taunting you for this.

You should be able to talk with your partner about the possibility of kids, whether you want to have them or not and make sure you both are in terms of what you want out of your relationship.