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Why do I always dream of big houses?

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#1 spirit of the night

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Posted November 13 2009 - 05:11 PM

The image that reoccurs the most in my dreams are huge, ellaborate houses, with massive rooms, mansions, with big sweeping stair cases, really large windows. Whenever I dream of a house, which is often, that is what they are always like.

Why is this? Any idea what meaning this might have?


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Posted November 13 2009 - 05:19 PM

by big house. you mean, The Big House: Alderson Federal Women's Penitentiary... :eek:
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Posted November 16 2009 - 01:37 AM

sounds like a lot of empty space in your life to fill up with more intimate details of creativity. that and watching a lot of old movies with rediculously large houses in them.

upper rooms, secret passages, and even elevators that run on tracks that go in more directions then up and down tend to feature in mine. the really big ones have been redeveloped into combination musium/casinos, though may very well have started out as houses of extremely wealthy investors.

houses like that are not really comfortable to live in more then one or two rooms, but really creative things can be done with the rest of the space. you could have a lot of people living there as a kind of one building commune or something. or you could add a lot of partitions and little rooms and hallways and make an endless palace of strangeness maze out of it.

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