To dream of a bed represents an issue you are not interesting in doing anything about. Situations you have chosen to accept, live with, or do nothing about. Making the choice to metaphorically “sleep on it.”
Sitting on a bed may be a sign that you are thinking about taking action with a situation you have accepted for too long. It may also reflect hesitance or fear of standing up to a problem.
To dream of an unmade bed may reflect indecision or unfinished progress. A made bed may reflect a final decision or a conclusion to an issue you’ve done something about. Feeling content that nothing else needs to be done with an issue.
To get out of bed symbolizes an effort to fix a problem, or make a change.
If you are waking up in a different and/or unknown bed it may reflect a new awareness of yourself. It could also reflect motivation to deal with issues in ways you’ve never thought of before.
If you find yourself sitting in someone else’s bed then it represents inaction, or acceptance of an issue through a perspective based on whatever qualities stand out the most about that person.
Having sex in a bed symbolizes a positive or enjoyable experience you are having and don’t want to change.
To dream of being forced onto a bed or feeling held down on a bed may reflect feelings about wanting to a make a change in your life, but feeling that something stops you.
To dream of two people in bed together without sex symbolizes two aspects of your personality that are inactive or not doing anything about an issue. Ask yourself what qualities or feelings about the people stand out the most and how those qualities may apply to waking life situations where you are comfortable keeping a situation as it is or feel comfortable not doing anything about a problem.
To dream of having no bed represents feelings about lacking an ability to keep a situation secure or stable. No way to rest on an issue or permanently be at ease.
Example: A young boy dreamed of pushed down on his bed and being unable to breathe. In waking life he felt forced to experience his father being abusive to his father with no way to stop it. He felt powerless to speak up and forced to accept the abusive situation.
Example 2: A man dreamed of seeing a girl he knew sitting on a bed. In waking life he felt that the girl was unintelligent and could never leave home while the girl’s parents never choose to responsibility encourage her to grown up. The bed in this case may have reflected his feelings about how the girl was choosing to waste her life accepting herself living at home.
Example 3: A woman dreamed of being afraid as she was stuck to her bed unable to get off her bed. In waking life she was unable to find a new job and feared that she would be stuck living at home for the rest of her life.