To dream of boxes with things in them represents the entirety of a subject or your feelings about the entirety of some area of your life. Everything to do with some part of your life. Perfect organization of some area of your life.
Positively, dreaming of boxes with things in them may reflect a sense of closure you have about an issue. Feeling that you are completely finished with an area of your life. Having something all figured out, fully processed issues, or areas of your life that are totally unimportant to think about anymore.
Negatively, boxes may reflect emotional baggage you are not letting go of. A lot of bitterness, regret, or guilt that you are giving too much importance to. Feelings about yourself being totally right while other people were totally wrong. Alternatively, from a negative perspective dreaming of a box may reflect feelings about an entire area of your life or your whole life being useless.
To dream of a lot of boxes may represent information overload or too much to think about. Too many subjects all at once.
To dream of an empty box represents a wish to organize your thoughts or your life. You may be in the process of creating closure for yourself in some area of your life. Getting some area of your life in order. Putting away the past or some area of your life.
To dream of putting boxes of clothing away may reflect feelings about not having to behave in a certain way ever again. Negatively, it may reflect feelings about not having to be as honest as you previously were anymore now that a situation has changed.
Example: A woman dreamed of picking up boxes at her old home to take back to her new home. In waking life she had spent a lot of time figuring out why she didn't want her ex-boyfriend back. The boxes she was taking home represented the closure over the whole issue of her ex that she had thought about in full and was now choosing to go back to her new life with.
Example 2: A man dreamed of seeing women with boxes on their heads. In waking life he was aware of himself losing his mind and had no idea what the purpose of his entire life was because as his condition worsened be began to feel that his entire life was meaningless. The boxes in this case may have reflected his feelings about the entirety of his life.
Example 3: A woman dreamed of pouring water into a empty box with a hose. In waking life she was considering leaving her cheating husband. The box in this case may have reflected her feelings about the entirety of her marriage as she considered ending it.
Example 4: A man dreamed of seeing himself box up red and white clothing. In waking life he had finished a business deal and felt that he didn't have to be perfectly honest about problems with the customer anymore now that a deal had been finalized. The box in this case may have reflected his feelings about the entirety of the business transaction being over with.
Example 5: A woman dreamed of being inside a box. In waking life she had a disease for which her entire life revolved around.
Example 6: A young girl dreamed of an empty box that she had to get inside and burn herself in so that she could cleanse her sins. In waking life she had gotten poor grades and he parents told her that she had to get more serious about her school work by focusing less on speed of completing work and more on better final results. The empty box she needed to get inside may have reflected her view about needing make herself a perfectly organized student.