Russian People، To dream of Russians symbolizes a mindset that never wants to notice losing no matter what. Showing strength before all else.
Positively, Russians represent doing whatever it takes to win no matter how emotionally difficult it may be. Never showing weakness. Embarrassing people who want to embarrass you. Sparing no expense to avoid letting someone negative tell you that they are better than you. Never ever giving up. Never giving enemies advantages.
Negatively, Russia people reflect and all controlling or conquering attitude. Using leverage to keep people down. Lying or cheating if it means winning. Arrogantly showing others than you never have to do anything for them. You or someone else that demands full control and power. Never wanting someone else to ever have more than you no matter what. Sabotaging or repressing others. Never admitting you’re wrong.
Alternatively, a Russian person may reflect self-control that is overboard. Not allowing yourself to feel good because you will show weakness. Screwing yourself in the long term to get a short-term gain because you won’t compromise.
Example: A man dreamed of being in a room with Russian spies. In real life he was looking for ways sabotage his son’s efforts to leave home. He was studying his son’s plans and looking for excuses to make him want to stay home. The Russians reflected his full awareness of himself trying to stay on control of his son’s life at all costs.
Example 2: A young man dreamed of a Russian holding him hostage with a gun. In waking life he was belligerent about having to kill himself even when people tried to convince him that things would turn out OK. The Russian reflected his self-control that was overboard and total unwillingness to believe he was wrong.
Example 3: A woman dreamed of talking on her sleep in the Russian language in order to keep herself safe because she feared the government would come to take her. In waking life she was living in Nazi Germany and felt that she had to train herself to speak in a nationalist patriotic tone at all times at all costs in order to protect herself from being reported to the government. The Russian language may have reflected her feelings about herself having to speak to people in a way that felt perfectly loyal to Germany even if it didn’t make her happy.