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Adolescence

Adolesence is a new you emergingDead teenagerFemale teenager in a female’s dreamFemale teenager in dream of female teenagerFemale teenagerHoly youthIf a particular or known teenagerchild dreaming of a teenadult dreaming of teenMale teenager in dream of male teenagerMale teenagerTeenager of opposite sex

Adolescence is the time of your greatest sexual growth, and development of new ranges of emotion, intellect, and sensitivity. So any adolescent in your dream often points to yourself at that age, and the things you faced – or if you are not yet a teenager, then the things you feel about moving toward adolescence.

Adolesence is a new you emerging

During adolescence we move from youth to becoming a mature adult. This means learning to become more independent of the work energy, the money and time given by parents. It means making your own decisions, moving toward earning your own keep and establishing yourself in the community and the world. Sometimes the break from parents is made by establishing a relationship with someone. However the shift needs a level of heroism in many ways, and if you succeed the difficulties change and deepen you.

Many things we face while young are never resolved, or remain as potentials, and are frequently confronted later in life. So the dream teenager can depict these unresolved issues or potential still to discover.

Dead teenager:

Hurt feelings of love or wanting to be loved; damaged self esteem or feelings of value in the world.

Female teenager in a female’s dream: Possibly feelings to do with the process of sexually maturing; competitive feelings in relationship to men; some aspect of your own feelings as a teenager.

Female teenager in dream of female teenager:

If this is a known friend, it most likely represents the attitudes and qualities, or lack of them, seen in the friend. In which case the other aspects of the dream describe the part these qualities play in your life. If it is an imagined female, it usually depicts yourself in some way, perhaps in a way you might not usually see yourself. Possibly she is enacting the issues of most importance in your life.

Female teenager:

The feeling or emotional side of dreamer rather than the thinking assertive; uncertainty or inexperience in relationships; powerful sexual/romantic attraction or feelings.

Holy youth:

The eternal side of your nature, forever young.

If a particular or known teenager:

Define how you see the character of the teenager and take it to represent those characteristics in yourself.

Child dreaming of a teen:

Depicts the feelings or assessment of their own future, or ways of meeting future relationships. Or it might show a relationship, its pleasure or difficulties, with a teenager such as brother or sister.

Adult dreaming of teen:

Whether the young person is your own child, someone you know, or a stranger, it is often an expression of yourself at that age and the things you were confronted by at the time. Therefore define, perhaps by writing down, what attitudes and feelings were predominant in your own teenage years. Common themes are uncertainty/shyness, inexperience, immaturity, high sexuality, idealism, ambitious hopes and plans for the future, depression, the confidence or strength of youth. You can decide which, if any, of these your dream deals with by defining what feelings are expressed in the dream.

Male teenager in dream of male teenager:

Possibly represents feelings of competition or aggression with other males, depending on dream content; the qualities depicted by the dream male, and their place in your life.

Male teenager:

Sexual inexperience, social aggressiveness or uncertainty. Yourself at that age if you are male. Aspects of relationship not lived out in your teenage if the dreamer is a woman, or reflections of things still active in you from the past.

Teenager of opposite sex:

Feelings of sexual attraction coloured by adolescent vulnerability, idealism or uncertainty; uncertainty or inexperience in relationship; or what you feel about that particular teenager. Often the dream shows your difficulties in a male female relationship, and this gives a clue to working through those difficulties.

Please view this wonderful examination of what adolescence/teenage is  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kH-BO1rJXbQ

Useful questions and hints:

What did I face as a teenager that is still a factor in my life?

What am I exploring about being a teenager, and what can I learn from this?

What is the character of this adolescent and how does that relate to me at the moment?

What theme or actions surround the teenager, and do they give clues my present situation?

What things are happening in the relationship with this adolescent and do they throw light on a present relationship?

Example: I was flying over a landscape covered in trees like a large parkland. I was reasonably low down in my flight path, and the land looked fairly flat. But suddenly a long low hollow or depression became visible as I neared it. I knew intuitively there was a young man down there who had been injured. Sam T.

Sam explored this dream and contacted strong feelings of depressed withdrawal from his own teenage years. The words ‘long low depression’ were very descriptive of what he found.

The dream below shows Hillary taking her teenage feelings into her love making. This is because Hillary had no chance during teen years to mature sexually, so as an older woman, she now finds herself meeting a young girl’s feelings with her lover.

 Example: ‘My lover, and I were going to try and make love, both with our own hurts and being aware of each others difficulties. We were both very gentle with each other. A young girl came in under the bedclothes with us. I thought it would interfere, but I could see it wasn’t worrying her. She was playing hide and seek. We were in bed out in the open countryside.’ Hillary.

See: boy; first example under falling; girl; individuation; man; teenage males dreams; teenage females dreams; teenage girls love dreams; woman.

Useful questions and hints:

What did I face as a teenager that is still a factor in my life?

What am I exploring about being a teenager, and what can I learn from this?

What is the character of this adolescent and how does that relate to me at the moment?

What theme or actions surround the teenager, and do they give clues my present situation?

What things are happening in the relationship with this adolescent and do they throw light on a present relationship?

Did I manage to transcend my parents way of life and thought?

See Programmed - Self Observation - The Fundamental Process - Mountain Path - Techniques for Exploring your Dreams

Comments

-Jocelyn 2012-08-11 20:30:27

hi, so the other day i had this really wierd dream where i was with this guy that i had feelings for and i kept asking him to come closer to me because my intention was to kiss him on the cheek. after awhile i then kissed him on the forehead. what does that mean?

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