A dream sequence of large new buildings indicates a need to expand, to travel, to find a new interest. Small buildings, a small but profitable undertaking. Old buildings, threat of failure.
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If the buildings you dream of are stately and majestic you could have to much ceremony in your life and not enough everyday good people attitudes. If the buildings are beautiful with lots of green lawn around them then are you destined for a life of plenty. Should the buildings be dilapidated and in ruins […]
Buildings in dreams represent the constructions we make in our lives. They are attitudes and beliefs we have built from our experience, perception and often from our family habits and customs. From a spiritual perspective, buildings in dreams allow us to see clearly the constructs we put in place to keep us safe.
See religious buildings in buildings as well as spiritual imagery in the introduction
See temporary buildings in buildings and also the entry for tent.
To see large and magnificent buildings, with green lawns stretching out before them, is significant of a long life of plenty, and travels and explorations into distant countries. Small and newly built houses, denote happy homes and profitable undertakings; but, if old and filthy buildings, ill health and decay of love and business will follow.
To be burning rubbish signifies getting rid of concepts and ideas for which we no longer have any use. When we are burning books, we are perhaps being judgemental in our appreciation of knowledge and information.
Often in dreams a temple can signify our own body. It is something to be treated with reverence and care. It has the same significance as a church since it is an object built to honour and pay respect to a god or gods. Also consult the information for religious buildings in buildings and in […]
Sacrificial fire and its attendant pain has many spiritual connotations. A funeral pyre suggests burning up or consuming that which is no longer spiritually necessary to us. A burning bush signifies divine knowledge imparted with passion.