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Bookmark to: StumbleUpon Bookmark to: Facebook DREAM DICTIONARY : This dream dictionary is based upon hundreds of real dreams and has been meticulously researched. However, the only person who can truly identify the cause of a dream is the dreamer. Use the questions and quotes on this page to help you find out what has triggered your dream.

HUGE HOUSE : Normal houses tend to link to your own attempts to look at your own life and how you are adapting to the world around you. Huge houses though tend to link to your own personality and how its affected and shaped by the world around you. Try to think of ways in which your life is highly involved with the outside world. It may link to people who are putting pressure upon you. Premonitions can often take place in large houses.

QUESTIONS to help you make associations(pick the one that makes most sense to you)
- You you feel heavily influenced or pressured by other people right now?
- Have you been trying to cope with problems from those around you?
- Have you been trying to help and influence others?
- Is there some situation beyond your control that is having a big impact upon you?

KEY WORDS : Pressure, other people, health issues, offending, bad feelings, influencing, expectations, relating to people, tomorrow, premonitions

KEY PHRASES(Pick a quote which captures your feelings right now. Think especially of the day before the dream) :
- "I feel more able to talk to people in general "
- "I want to meet peoples expectations of me"
- "I really want to impress them"
- "I really cannot cope with this health issue"
- "I better not annoy her because..."
- "I am worried that I offended her"
- "I try to influence their actions but..."
- "she was trying to pressure me"
- "It could have been a premonition of the day ahead"

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SEE ALSO : Houses : Bungalows : Beautiful houses : Mansions : Basements : Bedrooms : Hotels : Castles : Schools : Cafes : Churches : Shops
DREAM STUDIES : Basements : Hospitals :Houses : Large buildings : Schools and Colleges : factories : Castles : Shops
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Below you will see a series of quotes. Each quote represents the meaning of a particular dream(these are all dreams where the meaning is understood totally). For instance one dream may have meant that the dreamer was having trouble at work. In that case the quote may simply be "There is a bad atmosphere at work". Some information is included about which dream symbols were included in the dream(within the squares brackets). Often a sample dream is included which shows you how the dream interpretation was reached.
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ESSAY : What is the symbolic meaning of large houses in dreams?

Huge buildings can often link to premonitions about the day ahead. They symbolise how the world will have a big impact on you in the day to come. E.g.

"The next day one of my contracts was unexpectedly cancelled. It has had a serious impact on my company"[Dream Dictionary - huge college]

"I believe that this dream was a premonition of the next day. Something unexpected happened and an attractive female was really interested in my artwork. I felt quite the hero to her"[Dream Dictionary - huge college]

Huge houses often refer to the wider world and the impact that other people have on you. E.g.

"I am panicking a little because I have got some important exams tomorrow. I know I am prepared but still you can never truly tell what is going to happen"[Dream symbol - large house ]

Huge buildings can often link to you having strong feelings about how people see you. E.g.

"Things have been the same for ages. I simply had to make a stand. My husband and son have been taking me for granted. So I demanded more respect from them"[Dream symbol - skyscraper]

"I have got closer to my father recently. I maybe feel I do not pick up his ideas about business as quick as I would like. I feel I am disappointing him "[Dream Dictionary - large house]

Huge houses can often link to health problems and their impact on you. E.g.

"I am stuck in this health problem"[Dream Dictionary - in huge house with a man]

"I have not really been facing my drug and alcohol problems. Yet things seem to be drifting out of control. Maybe soon things will be taken out of my hands."[Dream symbol - fairly large house]

Huge houses often link to issues where other people and their personality and their actions have a major impact on your life. E.g.

"Tomorrow I am due to be visited by a social worker for the first time who is to help me with some health problems. I am not sure what it will mean"[Dream symbol - in a large building]

"I know I have split from my husband but I feel that eventually we will get back together. I know we are meant for each other."[Dream Dictionary - fairly large house]

"I had an awful childhood. My father was cruel and molested me. At one point he nearly killed me. This has traumatized me and it has really shaped my life"[Dream symbol - very large house]

Huge houses can often link to other people and how you are relating to them. E.g.

"I am changing as a person. I feel a lot more confident with women and more happier with my own appearance"[Dream Dictionary - skyscraper]

Large houses can often link to your own attempts to influence other people. E.g.

"I told my husband at marriage counselling that I felt that the good days during the previous week had been false. He took it in a bad way. He misinterpreted what I felt. Its pointless trying to bury issues. I think he was hurt because he felt that we had been doing so well."[Dream Dictionary - large building]

"I have been trying to change my teaching methods. In many ways I want my students to depend less on me. I want them to have confidence in their own abilities. I tried this out and yesterday the results were very good. I will try to develop this strategy"[Dream Dictionary - large skyscraper]

"I have been encouraging my students into picking up some ideas. But I am starting to face the facts that they are not really learning very quickly. I have this vision of how well they can learn and its just not happening"[Dream symbol - large house was near the tennis courts]

Huge basements often link to your wish not to offend people or your belief that they have bad feelings inside them. E.g.

"I try not to offend people. Its all right giving advice but if you touch on tricky issues people will RESENT you"[Dream Dictionary - huge basement dream]

"I actually really believed that she was SENSITIVE about this. But of course she was OK. But I just really could not afford to offend her so I was not going to take any chances"[Dream Dictionary - castle basement dream]

"It was a misunderstanding but now I have to produce a piece of artwork under time pressure with all these bad feelings in my mind"[Dream dictionary - explore basement in huge house]
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SAMPLE DREAM
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THE DREAM - I was in a luxurious house, except the ground floor, but the other stories were gorgeous. I was thinking 'I want to live in a house like this when I'm older, hopefully I will be able to afford it.' There were a couple of my fellow students, some I recognised, some I did not. There were also parents of some old friends of mine. My classmates wanted me to smoke with them but I said 'No.' because I didn't want the parents to see me smoke, I was afraid they were going to tell my parents about it. I went upstairs and the house was even bigger, it seemed like there were more rooms and more rooms. It was the house of my parent's friends, they have 4 children, but nobody was home. But the house was packed with fellow students, everybody was walking around, going upstairs and downstairs. There may have even been an escalator. Two boys were asking me annoying questions and kind of putting me into a corner with their questions about art and the work I make, they made me feel dumb. I got out of the house with all the other people because there was something going on on the streets, Madonna was performing or something (I am not even a fan). When that was over I was lost in the city and asked a fellow student if he could show me the way back to the house. He send me back to school, not to the house, but that was alright, I already forgot about the house and did not go back to school, I was only thinking about catching a bus or a train. Almost every night I ride the train to somewhere in my dreams. I never miss it, I used to (I have been having train dreams for 4 years already) but now not any more. I got a major de-ja-vu in this dream, like it already happened before, only with the last part that I needed to catch the next bus or train. The surroundings looked very familiar, the trees, the buildings etc.

THE REALITY The dreamer was an art student and extremely ambitious, inspired and motivated. His teachers expect a lot from him telling him that he can easily become as good as Rembrandt. He feels a lot of pressure upon himself. Whenever drawing or etching the only thing he can think about is what his fellow students and teachers will say about it. He does not socialize much and concentrates on his art. He knows that he should relax but cannot help himself. He can hear the voices in the back of his head criticizing him.

DREAM ANALYSIS To understand what a huge house means in dreams its first necessary to know what ordinary size houses tend to mean. An ordinary house tends to link to the self - the dreamers own personality. When they are in a house they are tending to look at themselves and how they are reacting as a person. They are assessing if they can do anything better. A huge house though tends to symbolize the outside world. It represents the effects and pressures on the dreamer. The influences that force their personalities to change. Huge houses can merely represent events which force you to change as a person or other people.

In this case the dreamers circumstances seem to fit the classic meanings of huge houses. He WAS facing immense pressure from himself and others. They were comparing him to Rembrandt. The huge house represents his ambition. The grandeur of the surroundings symbolize the wish to create art which is as wonderful.

The dream perhaps also reveals some ways in which he is responding badly to pressure. The dreamer was 23 years old. Yet in the dream he was not wanting to be seen smoking by the parents. The parents represent the way he is feeling a total and overwhelming pressure to perform in the way expected. His parents probably represent tutors.

The two annoying boys probably represent another way in which the dreamers mind is thinking. Art tends to be very subjective. He feels himself above certain levels of criticism. Artists never really want to justify themselves. They hate having to prove themselves. Yet college students are regularly marked and assessed. A great artist hates being judged. They feel above criticism. Art is art.

Trains represent the dreamers sense of journey as he creates some art. The train goes straight from A to B. It never deviates. This symbolizes the dreamers wish to commit himself totally to art. Never thinking of anything else. His own tunnel vision as he blocks out all distractions.

Symbolic Meanings
ANNOYING BOYS : " The dreamer takes his art seriously. "
BEAUTIFUL HOUSE : " the grandeur of the house represents great artistic achievement"
FORGOT ABOUT HOUSE : "The dreamer forgets the expectations and wish to become great as he gets involved in the journey of making art "
HUGE HOUSE : "The expectations of others that he becomes a major figure. "
PARENTS : "The dreamer (23 in real life)feels immense pressure to perform in a certain way. A great artist must do everything just right. "
TRAIN JOURNEY: "The dreamer is constantly going on journeys in his mind. He is tunnel visioned and thinks only of one thing. He goes straight to his vision never deviating or socialing. "

DREAM MEANING The dream captures the following feeling within the dreamer - "I really want to succeed and become as good as everyone expects me to. I think about nothing other than my art. Once I get started on a piece of art I forget all this pressure and simply get totally involved."

See how the Symbolic Meanings above weave together to form a insights in the DREAM MEANING

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