I was anxious about the man making a wrong decision. I was only following his instructions based on the pictures he sent me, but he believed the princess' personality is present in the girl with black hair. So appearances could be deceiving. The black haired girl has problems walking almost like a puppet, and I didn't understand why the man would want her. I tried to fix her up by straightening her shoulders and for some reason I thought of a scale, like the old fashioned ones. Also used as the zodiac sign for a Libra.
The halloween shop seemed to strike me as dangerous where many of the objects were sharp, and the customers were aggressive in acquiring the props. I trusted my gut that the girl with blonde hair was the princess because of the way she looked at me, like she knew something. But if the man didn't care about that, he seemed to be in love with the black haired girl, so it didn't matter to me either since I was only helping him get what he wants.
I wasn't really afraid of making the wrong choice, because I wanted the man to choose. I was trying to point him in the right direction by showing him who the princess really is and that she is stuck in the halloween shop, while the man makes the wrong decision in choosing someone who really isn't like the princess. I always knew that the blonde girl was the princess, so I hadn't changed my mind by going back and forth between my decisions. I just didn't want the man to be mistaken.
I have a friend who always makes bad decisions, and she doesn't like that I'm always right. She tells me what she wants, and I try to help her out by explaining to her why something is wrong and why something is right. However she always chooses the wrong decision regardless of the disadvantages. It's like she just ignores them and has a completely changed mind set. She is very unbalanced. I guess the black haired woman and the man are very much the same in the sense that one is physically unbalanced, while the other is mentally unbalanced. Because the man was happy with his decision I decided to stop convincing him about who the actual princess is. It seemed like the man wanted the black haired woman to be the princess and not the other way around. He is just forming the image in his head without actually seeing the truth. I believe my friend is the same. She is very stubborn, and can't be convinced once she sets her mind on doing something regardless of whether it's bad or not.
I feel that dreams are an alternative reality of what we experience to help us straighten out our emotions. I couldn't change the man's decision just like how I can't change my friend. No matter how right the answer is, some people are just content with their bad decisions.
The way the right princess was trapped in that halloween store, I wanted to free her, but the right answer didn't matter to me if the man didn't think the same. The right princess represents the correct match or right decision, and I wanted the man to see that, if he couldn't, then there was no reason to keep trying to free the princess. There was no more reason to try and prove why the answer is right.
I had to point the man's head in the right direction because no matter how hard he was looking the answer didn't seem obvious to him. The blonde girl stood in line among three other women who had different hair colours, and no matter how much the blonde hair stood out, the man kept insisting that the black haired woman is the princess. That was when I gave up. The answer to who the right princess is was very obvious, but the man refused to acknowledge it, or was completely blind to it due to the opinion he had already formed in his head.
I guess this just explains how people are blinded by their own judgement and are unable to see straight when the answer is so clear.
It's true that I try to fix the problem with reason, so I don't understand how people can still choose to go with the wrong decision. It makes me wonder if they already know that it's wrong and they just chose to neglect it, or whether they're just completely blind to it. The evidence exists right in front of them but they see right through it, so I have a hard time understanding people like that. It makes me wonder what my role is in the friendship that I have with my friend. If I'm not supposed to explain to her the evidence then do I just let her go?
We argue all the time over things like this, and the only way the problem is solved and when we stop arguing is when I give up. I just tell her to go do whatever she wants and I convince myself to forget about it. But it doesn't mean that another problem arises. I always have a hard time understanding why she makes such decisions. So I always try to reason with her, but she doesn't like, and that's when we argue. I feel that even she doesn't understand herself. Is it wrong for me to be analytic? I'm only pointing out what's right, I don't understand why she keeps thinking I'm the bad one.
If this dream could help me understand a bit more that would be great.