In this dream, it was really awkward for some reason. It was so very awkward that you could actually /feel/ it.
I send my thanks in advance.
Anyway, my dream started out in my little sister's room, with all of the lights off and I was with someone while watching TV in the late night. I could see the familiar shapes of her furniture in the darkness highlighted by the blue glow of the TV. I was sitting next to a boy I knew slightly from school, whose appearance I admired for creating characters. I wasn't paying attention to what he was saying, until I heard something like, "...and press your lips against mine." I was in an extremely shy and sentimental state of mind at that moment when I looked at him. (At that moment, I found out that it wasn't the boy I knew, but my.. 'dream' self still knew him from some school.) Anyway, I saw that he was leaning towards me and his eyes were closed and his mouth slightly puckered and, though it was awkward, I leaned forward and kissed him. I immediately covered my mouth with my left hand(as it was my first kiss) and we both kind of jerked back and looked away, the awkwardness increasing. The next day, a beautiful sunny day with fluffy clouds and a slight breeze, my family and I went to a park with this boy. Well, we had been avoiding each other a bit since the night before. Before long, however, not looking at my face, he grabbed my hand, momentarily forgetting that my family was with us. You can be the awkward factor was increased as my little brother, who, for some reason, was younger than he actually is pulled me away from him. I was talking to him before this and said, "Well, I was in a sentimental state of mind, so you couldn't expect me to just sit there!"(Talking about the kiss.) When I was pulled away, it was strange as he looked a bit forlorn when we let go of each other. My little sister was even younger than she is now(like my brother) and when I looked up at my father, he had this saddening pained look on his face. After a minute, I went back to the boy and took his hand in mine and smiled up at him. He was taller than me by few inches and had blonde hair. We both somehow were both leaning to kiss again. For some reason, as soon as our lips were a few centimetres apart, we both pulled away, once again awkward and blushing. Later, I was with a girl I knew and was going somewhere in a hotel. But, I wanted to go back to get something. I went into a brightly lit room with bunk beds and saw the boy talking on a cell phone. I don't know who he was talking to, but after he hung up, he was distressed and said it was his older brother, who was coming to do some sort of harm to him. I told him that I'd protect him(role reversal, much?) and he smiled. Later, we were both laying face down, bloodied and bruised. We were wearing armor and his older brother, who had pink hair, was stepping on me. He was smirking and saying something in another language that was inscribed in front of me. I became angry and shoved him off, picking up my sword and saying. "I promised I'd protect him. I won't go back now!" I moved to the boy, who was unconscious-but then I woke up.
Extra notes: In the phone call scene, I saw him as a female as well and actually thought, "Have I become a lesbian?"(There's nothing bad with it. I'm straight, so I was confused.) I judged that he was in the "damsel-in-distress." Also, in the last part of my dream, I saw myself as a male and he as a female, but I judged again that it was because I saw the two roles as distinctly feminine and distinctly masculine.
Please try and help! I'm tired of swooning over this dream.
Regarding dreams, Dr. Allan Hobson of Harvard Medical School said: “They are ambiguous stimuli which can be interpreted in any way a therapist is predisposed to. But their meaning is in the eye of the beholder—not in the dream itself.”
The quote above from Dr. Hobson was saying that emphasis should not be placed on interpreting dreams because even psychologists interpret them differently. For example, if you have a dream about someone falling in love with you, one person can say that your dreams mean you are wanting to be in a committed relationship, another person can say that you are unsatisfied with your life, and a third person can say that you have a fear of intimacy. THESE ARE JUST EXAMPLES I MADE UP FROM THE TOP OF MY HEAD to show how different professionals can interpret dreams differently. Don't let someone else make sense of something you are dreaming about. Only you and God really know how you are, so it's best to deal with yourself and make decisions based on knowledge of yourself while you are conscious, not based on some movie you are forced to sit through every night. (Matthew 10:30) I remember having a dream that I was pregnant and giving birth. I don't place a lot of emphasis on my dreams, but if I would have told someone they would have probably said that the reason for the dream is that I want to have children. Such a person would not know how wrong they are. I don't even like dealing with other people's kids, and I loath the thought of having my own (I believe it's called being a childfree person). But if I would have listened to such advice and went out and got pregnant, I would be so absolutely miserable since that is not what I want for myself ever.
Research has been done to show that dreams (even the recurring ones) keep our brains healthy in some way, perhaps by categorizing and storing stimuli that we have taken in. You don't have much control over what appears in your dreams or how it appears. However, if you don't want to have nightmares, then you shouldn't watch horror movies or play scary or violent video games or anything like that since that stimuli can appear in your dreams. Even scary sounds can appear in your dreams. Other than that, just enjoy the show!
Personally, ever since I started filling my mind with positive stimuli by reading a chapter of the Bible each night right before going to sleep and meditating on what it says, my dreams have been much more pleasant.
You probally just like him so you were fantasizing than as you became deeper in the dream your imagination took over.
I agree with Joe