Can't do anything about making a dream out of the image for you, but I can tell you that the image itself is pretty standard Surrealism. If you like that, you should check out some of the original Surrealists. Salvador Dali, Rene Magritte, Yves Tanguy, Dorothea Tanning, Max Ernst and Giorgio de Chirico (though de Chirico was not a Surrealist, his Metaphysical paintings were a big influence on some of the Surrealists) to name a few.
Originally, Surrealism started off as a form of Automatic Painting, much like Automatic Writing which is were the writer does not try to form/control sentences, paragraphs, etc, but rather, they just write what comes into their head. It evolved into paintings that had dreamlike or hallucinative qualities to them, and as such, contained symbolism that was strange and generally personal to the artist. For obvious reasons, Siegmund Freud's work was pretty popular with them.
Modern Surrealism is okay, but it tends not to have the symbolism and can sometimes be 'weird for wierd's sake'. Quite often you'll find that it's based on something that one of the original Surrealists did.