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Our dreams occur within the context of our lives as a whole, your family life, work life, love life, and they reflect your deepest emotional responses to your waking life experiences.
Our dreams are a way for us to gain a deeper understanding of the unconscious forces or influences that drive our actions. Our dreams can also help us to integrate the different parts of ourselves to help us and enable us to live more harmoniously with ourselves.
Every image that comes up in a dream means something, but the same image may mean different things for different people, and even for the same person at different times. More often than not, the people, places, objects and events in your dreams represent parts of yourself: feelings, fears, attitudes, etc. You may not consciously be aware of these, and one of the main functions of dreams is to make you aware of these hidden parts and to ask you to give them your attention.
To understand the subconscious message or meaning in your dream, you can tune into the emotions you were experiencing.
In dreams, a house symbolises the self. For this reason, there are many different interpretations of dreams involving houses, relating to very specific ideas about the self.
If your dream evokes fear of strangers or you see dangerous people in your dream, it may represent the need for caution and to tread warily in your waking life.
Imprisonment in a dream has a likely meaning that what is being imprisoned is some repressed emotion or instinctive drive. A dream about being raped may represent either unconscious fears of sex or masochistic fantasies of being raped. There is a possibility that the dream is referring to restraints and restrictions in your external circumstances, or to mental or physical limitations. The men in the dream may represent different aspects of your unconscious self, and the restrictions you faced in the dream may have the positive value of drawing your attention from egotistic or materialistic pursuits or exchanges to the things that matter more: for instance love, friendship, genuineness being more important than a practical exchange that may be detrimental to your wellbeing but takes care of your material needs.