To dream of a castle represents your perspective on a situation where you are aware of yourself being most the powerful or the most influential. Feelings about yourself others being too strong to lose. You can always have your way, people listen to you the most, or you have a lot of control. Believing yourself to be too important to listen to other people’s concerns or ideas.
A castle may reflect a high level of personal achievement, power, or recognition. Feeling that you are the most important person in a situation or the center of attention.
Positively, dreaming of a castle may reflect feelings of being too powerful to be submissive or passive. Resisting someone attacking you, criticism you, or trying to control you. Total confidence that you are powerful winner.
Negatively, dreaming of a castle may reflect arrogance that demands only the biggest or best. Exploiting power or control. Corruption with total power. Feelings about yourself or others thinking they are too important to listen to others. Monopolizing all the power or attention. Demanding “royal treatment.” Arrogantly believing that you are perfect in every single way. Looking down on others.
Alternatively, from a negative perspective a castle may reflect a false or naive perception of yourself being too powerful or resourceful. Being too defensive. Isolating yourself with power or being too introverted. Strong interior barriers. Anxiety about someone else having to be totally respected. A fear of upsetting a customer.
Example: A woman dreamed of being in a castle. In waking life she was recovering in the hospital and felt that all her friends and family were giving her “royal treatment” while she recovered.
Example 2: A man dreamed of being inside someone else’s castle. In waking life he was annoyed by family members whom he thought were too controlling and domineering.
Example 3: A young girl dreamed of being led out of a castle by a friend. In waking life the dreamer realized that she was too introverted and defensive about it. A friend helped to tone down her defensive nature.
Example 4: A wealthy woman dreamed of being imprisoned inside a castle. Shortly after the dreamed occurred she contracted the “sleeping sickness” and her entire life was ruined. The castle symbolism in this case may have reflected her confident feelings about herself being trapped with her illness while being a wealthy person that no doctor could help as her illness progressed.