Free and Professional Dream Analysis and What Dreams Mean
A Room With a Pentagram Is On Fire
I see myself on a throne with fire all around as screams of people fill the room. There is a statue beside me with the words "Sin muerte, no hay vida", which means "Without death, there is no life". I sit on the throne just staring, feeling so angry with a great rage inside me. I get up and walk to the center of the room where there is a massive pentagram that shows my reflection. As I stand there, I look different, completely normal and smiling; in my hand is a rose with a small note attached. I kneel down and slam my fist into the pentagram causing my reflection to scream and start to burn; as I stand, the room deteriorates. I am then on a mountain ledge overlooking a lake. I jump in and before I hit the lake, close and re-open my eyes and find myself on the pentagram again.
Felt like nothing was wrong and that everything was right.
Main Life Issues:
Age sixteen; feeling depressed and angry.
It’s a story of great emotion and emotional reactions.
Room filled with fire: What causes pain and destruction.
Statue: Something immobile.
Pentagram: Feeling overwhelmed, caught in a negative spiral.
Cliff: Feeling on the edge.
Jumping off cliff but okay: Wanting the pain and anger to end but finding self in the middle of it anyway.
What it Means:
You say in the dream you felt everything was okay and had no feelings, as if you were the statue, yet there is rage and emotion throughout. The words and images are extreme: death, fire, the pentagram, mountain precipice, and jumping into the lake. In general, death refers to change and at age 16, your life is on the threshold of a lot of change emotionally and in life. The dream indicates you are trying to dive into life and confront what you fear rather than run from it; that shows courage. In real life, there is anger and depression which matches the strong emotions of the dream and indicates there is a lot of hurt in you, coming from somewhere. It is important to deal with that hurt to move forward in life successfully. Talk to adults you trust for guidance and use that courage to find help.
Bottom Line: Dreams exaggerate to make a point, though you may need help to get past your pain; find effective ways to deal with past trauma.
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