Dreamed about an old man telling my fortune?

What does it mean to dream about an old man telling my fortune?

Hello, Master. I dreamed that I met an old man who told me my fortune, and his fortune-telling was very accurate. He said that if I join the army, I can become a high official. He also asked me to go to the Great Hall of the People to have a look. He also asked me if I had been there. I had been there when I was 6 years old. Then he persuaded me to become a soldier and said that I was not a human being in my previous life. He is an official who manages the human world. I asked why I was reincarnated into the human world, and he said that too many people followed me in my previous life. I asked if I was too strict and they wanted to beat me. The old man smiled and said nothing. That's probably it. I have actually been to many temples, and many eminent monks have asked me to join the army, saying that I have a good career and that it will be great.

 (www.onlinedreamsinterpretation.com) Dream Interpretation: The grandpa in the dream can be understood as a wise image in your heart, which can guide you to a certain extent. If you want to be a soldier, you can do it. Senior official, it can be understood that in your subconscious, there is a voice guiding your consciousness, telling you that becoming a soldier can be a choice for your future, and asking you to go to the Great Hall of the People, which you went to when you were six years old. What I mean here is that your subconscious thoughts about being a soldier are most likely derived from your feelings about places like the Great Hall of the People when you were six years old. Some of your childhood incentives are rooted in your subconscious and affect your life. Consciousness, so much so that now you are considering the path of becoming a soldier. In your previous life, you were not a human being, but an official who managed the world. The previous life is a symbol of the subconscious, which means that subconsciously, you believe that you are capable of leadership and management. If you are too strict at work, it reflects your ambition, strict self-requirements, high self-expectations, and potential for development.