This dream dictionary about Houses & Buildings. Interpretation of dreams contains over 329 list entries. Houses & Buildings, interpretation of dreams
To build one, profit; to be in a strange house denotes change (Gypsy). Schemer contends that the dream phantasm of a house has its representation in the entire organism. Under some conditions a single organ would be represented by a whole series of houses. Long rows of houses symbolize intestinal excitements. On other occasions particular […]
Buildings and houses symbolizes your brain and how you think. Each individual room means a different part of you, your memories, and your emotions.
Our bodies are houses and we are tenants; god is our landlord, who can evict
In dreams, the different rooms and parts of houses represent the various aspects of our personality and life experiences.
1. Hidden strength. 2. Difﬁcult times, troubles. 3. Harsh judgments, often not justiﬁable (as in “people who live in glass houses should not throw stones”).
Decoration is a way of honouring the divine and there is much symbolism attached to this from the altar cloths in christian and wiccan religions to food for the spirits in thai buddhist spirit houses. Dreams often access such spiritual knowledge.
Dreaming of houses, especially specific rooms in a house, are doorways into different aspects of your personality, emotions, and feelings towards family and friends. The feeling you sense while in the room will usually explain the meaning of the room.
If horse are seen running through cities or between houses it means floods, rains and disasters are imminent. But if such horses are seen with saddles it means the person seeing the dream will meet lots of people who will have gathered together for some happy or unhappy occasion.
One’s body houses their spirit, and god is the landlord who can evict the spirit from the body; if literal eviction, see “foreclosure”