Life and Lemons Maj Guanzon

To Anyone Who Dabbles into Dream Interpretation:

Feel free to dip your fingers into a recurring scene in my subconsciousness. Because I don’t know what to make of it:

There is a princess haunting my dreams, young, pretty, sweet, and always always happy to see me. Calling my name and beckoning me to her side in that REM world. I am wary of her affections, but still I come close. Always this boy will be there too, grinning at her because she is pretty and sweet, charming her and complimenting her, and she quickly reciprocates. Then I wake up annoyed. Every time. Good morning to me.

Saw this excerpt in the reliable world of knowledge called the Internet, in my quest to try and understand:

Most dreams contain messages that serve to teach you something about yourself. However, soon after you wake up to go about your daily routine, you tend to quickly forget what you dream about. The message in recurring dreams may be so important and/or powerful that it refuses to go away. The frequent repetition of such dreams forces you to pay attention and confront the dream. It is desperately trying to tell you something.  Such dreams are often nightmarish or frightening in their content, which also helps you to take notice and pay attention to them.

Recurring dreams are quite common and are often triggered by a certain life situation, transitional phase in life or a problem that keeps coming back again and again. These dreams may recur daily, once a week, or once a month. Whatever the frequency, there is little variation in the dream content itself. Such dreams may be highlighting a personal weakness, fear, or your inability to cope with something in your life – past or present. 

The repetitive patterns in your dream reveal some of the most valuable information about yourself. It may point to a conflict, situation or matter in your waking life that remains unresolved or unsettled. Some urgent underlying message in your unconscious is demanding to be understood. (source:

Reading it just made my head hurt more trying to figure out the ‘most valuable information’ about myself that I apparently must urgently resolve for this dream princess to leave my dreams be.

So, to anyone out there. Help.


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  • rey highmoney
    March 13, 2012 at 1:53 pm

    That little princess in your dream is your inner child. The sweet and innocent part of you. The boy in your dream could be someone who is trying to woo you of your affections. By the looks of it, you don’t want to connect with her but still you are trying to protect her from someone whom you think could be a threat to her. Could it be that you have been hurt before? A failed relationship, perhaps? Do you always feel annoyed after waking up from the dream? I don’t see why. You should start trusting again. Despite of all the hurt, pain and suffering in this world, there are still plenty of good things that abound and most of the time, they are in the commonest of places, events, things and yes, even people. Who knows, you might even find the happiness you are looking for in that person you find “creepy”. : D
    Happy trails, sweet Princess!!!

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