Dreams about Houses

Have you ever dreamed of a house? Chances are pretty high you have! In the world of dream psychology, a house is in general terms thought of as a representation of ourselves – however, it is important to remember that a dream is always your own unique dream – your house may mean something completely different from mine.

As a starting point when working with a house dream, I would recommend to ask yourself some questions. For example, how do you feel in the house? Do you feel safe? Is it light and bright, and peaceful? If so, it may indicate that you feel calm and serene right now – and the dream is here to show you how well you are doing, or perhaps help you see yourself from a new perspective.

On the other hand, if the house is unstable and is perhaps falling apart in an earthquake it may instead show that you’re on “unsafe” grounds, and need to create more security for yourself. Chances are if you’re having an unsafe dream, you already know how this dream relates to your current daily situation. The beauty of bringing more awareness to the forefront is how it allows you to understand yourself with more compassion, and find acceptance – rather than trying to fight it.

Once we are able to accept and surrender, space opens up- where we can now create new solutions.

With Love & Gratitude,

Anna-Karin, xo

Anna-Karin Bjorklund, M.A., MFTI is a joyous writer and inspirational speaker, and the author of Dream Guidance: Interpret Your Dreams and Create the Life You Desire! She is also a Therapist in Newport Beach specializing in Dream Analysis, Anxiety, Public Speaking, Stress, and Couples therapy. She loves sharing her passion for dreams and soul growth with audiences near and far, and has made expert appearances on Fox & Friends, and the Steve Harvey TV Show on NBC, and been interviewed by Money Magazine, Daily Worth, Marie Claire UK and other media outlets.





Author of Dream Guidance: Interpret Your Dreams and Create the Life You Desire!


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