Sunday, May 15, 2011

Dream house

   I have a dream house. It's not a house that I want to buy or build. I've never seen it in real life, and I have no desire to look through real estate pages or websites looking for it. It's literally a dream house.

  Every time I have a dream, in which I am in a house, it's this house. It doesn't matter how old I am in the dream, or what I'm doing there, who I'm living with, or even if I'm dreaming that I'm someone other than myself, the house is always the same.

8 comments:

River said...

Interesting that your dream always features the same house.
I wonder if it's a house that will eventually find you?

Joni Llanora said...

Recurring dreams are mystifying. I have one since I'm a kid, something involving a ballerina figurine. And I always get sick after I had them. Like high fever. Btw, you won in my Tangled DVD giveaway :) Send me in your details via joni_llanora@yahoo.com ok? Have a good day!

Windsmoke. said...

A house that stalks your dreams very supernatural indeed :-).

no-one said...

River: As long as the house finds me without me having to do anything, I'd be happy to have it.

Joni: I wonder what it is about the ballerina figurine that signals impending illness. At least you get a warning. Yay on the DVD! Have emailed my details.

Windsmoke: At least it's a nice house I'm being stalked by.

Red Nomad OZ said...

I always thought houses in dreams represented the dreamer's persona - with the different rooms being different aspects of personality!!

If the house changes, or you go into different rooms that obviously means you're changing or developing!!

This explanation works for me - does it work for you?

no-one said...

I do go into other rooms, but the rooms themselves and the house overall stay the same. Maybe I'm stagnating?

Romina Garcia said...

There is a program you can get online that allows you to virtually design your own house. Perhaps it would be cathartic for you to create that vision?
To see it in your reality rather than your subconcious may bring to light what the meaning of it all is?

Kath Lockett said...

My guess is that it's a secure place for you; somewhere you'll feel at peace and like you've finally arrived 'home'?

Ah what do I know...!