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I feel that it is important that I share a bit with you about the theory that I most like to refer to, but also the theorist so that you understand the perspective that i work from. I tend to rely on symbolism of the dreams and focus on what your personal emotional response is to the dreams. i rely on a Jungian perspective for the significance. "According to Jung, dreams are a way of communicating and acquainting yourself with the unconscious. Dreams are not attempts to conceal your true feelings from the waking mind, but rather they are a window to your unconscious. They serve to guide the waking self to achieve wholeness and offer a solution to a problem you are facing in your waking life." (resource:http://www.dreammoods.com/dreaminformation/dreamtheory/jung.htm) "Some researchers believe that dreams help you to tackle stress. Dreaming is a necessity and helps to recharge the mind and revitalize the body. In dreams, negative emotions tend to occur twice as often as pleasant feelings. Fear and anxiety are the most commonly expressed emotions in dreams, followed by anger and sadness."
Often when someone dreams of a house, it is significant because it can be a reflection of your inner soul or psyche. Your home being full of people, even if you did not know them well, was a sign of security and feeling connected. The home was beautiful and like a palace, filled with family and you were in a kitchen. A kitchen is often the hub of a home where people congregate, it is like the nucleus. One resource states "To see a kitchen in your dream signifies your need for warmth, spiritual nourishment and/or some emotional healing. It may also symbolize the nurturing mother and how you are there for your loved ones. Alternatively, the kitchen represents a transformation; something new or life altering is about to occur." However, even while in the dream and in this beautiful home, you felt that no one was listening to you. It may have seemed that you were seeking validation. "To see or use a toothbrush in your dream suggests that you are feeling defensive about any criticism directed towards you. You are putting up a shield or barrier to protect yourself from potential hurt." In your waking life you may feel that no one trusts you or will listen to your needs, but you are able to rely on your best friend. She was hiding under many objects where others would not find her. This suggests that maybe you dont want to be a burden to her, but you know that you need to talk to someone about your feelings-- externalize. She is reliable for you. I think that the significance of the humble people, but that also were successful. I think that this is indicative of desiring success, but with humility and honesty. Not something "showy" or boastful. I think that the dream is a positive dream about understanding what you mostly want in your life; not just something that looks good on the outside, but something that feels good on the inside.
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