To dream about Frankenstein represents some area of your life that you regret starting or giving the power to think for itself. Unbearable selfishness that is so terrible it will never stop scaring you that it doesn’t respect you anymore. Feeling that someone is so selfish they don’t want to like anything accept what they want once you give them what they want. Feelings about a situation or other person’s behavior turning into a monster after you first believed it was incredible. Feelings that something incredible that has gotten out of control in a very unpleasant or scary way.
To dream that you are Frankenstein may reflect feelings about yourself having friends, family, or colleagues being scared of you thinking for yourself. Feelings about your own independence scaring others away from you. You may feel alone and that no one understands you. Frankenstein may be a sign that you have beliefs or habits that make others not want to like you or spend time with you anymore. You may be making other people think you are too weird, unpleasant, or dangerous to know anymore.
Fact: The character Frankenstein originally came from a dream that the author Mary Shelley had around the time that she first became pregnant. The character’s appearance and behavior may have actually been a symbolic representation of Mary Shelley’s feelings about her boyfriend’s selfish sexual desires and his scary or unpleasant demeanor when he wasn’t getting sex.
The green skin may have reflected Mary Shelley’s feelings about her boyfriend being selfish about sex and no longer wanting to talk like they used to. The bolts in the neck reflecting how terrible it felt that the boyfriend wanted sex all the time now that they were planning to be married or committed. The quote from the book “I’ve created a monster!” may actually reflect Mary Shelley’s feelings about having created a selfish sexual monster in her boyfriend by having had sex with him for the first time making him never want to stop.