Rooms، To dream of being inside a room you’ve never been in before represents the personal space and the boundaries you feel in a situation. What you feel you can or can’t do in life. Close walls may reflect a lack of choice or ability to act. Distant walls may reflect lots of free time and options.
Consider the type of room for additional meaning. Bedrooms are private thoughts, kitchens are preparation, bathroom are issues with cleansing, and living room are issues you feel satisfied with.
To dream of an empty room represents an area of your life where nothing is happening. If the room was previously filled with furniture or objects, but isn’t anymore it may reflect feelings of emptiness or having no purpose.
To dream of a white room represents feelings about yourself having to be perfectly honest in your life. A room with white walls may also reflect life situations where you are confronting a lot of negatively. A theme to your life that revolves around fixing problems you never got to fix before. Feeling that your entire life revolves around witnessing other people revealing their dishonest intentions to you over and over. A fear of not being perfectly honest at all times.
To dream of white walled bedroom may reflect a need to be perfectly honest in private to avoid embarrassing yourself or incriminating yourself. It may also reflect a lot of self-reflection, therapy, or personal changes you don’t want others to know about. Secretly not liking how honest a situation is.
To dream of a messy bedroom represents feelings about a private area of your life being disorganized, out of control, or more irresponsible than what you project in public.
Example: A man dreamed of being stuck in a room that was too small. In waking life he felt trapped in debt.
Example 2: A woman dreamed of being in a room with tall distant walls. In waking life she was trying to get a divorce and her difficult husband was causing delays and making her do all the work. The distant walls reflected the enormous challenge she felt of getting anything done, like she could never get close to her goal.
Example 3: A woman dreamed of an empty room. I waking life her daughter had moved out on her own leaving her to live by herself. She felt like her life had no meaning anymore.
Example 4: A woman dreamed of all the rooms in her house getting larger. In waking life she was in late term pregnancy and getting close to giving birth. The expanding room sizes may have reflected her feelings about numerous areas of her life becoming more important and complicated as the baby was close to being born.
Example 5: G. Gorden Liddy, the former chief of security for the President of the United States dreamed of being under siege while protecting a woman who lived in a house with 50 rooms. The 50 rooms inside the house in the dream may have reflected his feelings about the 50 US States. The entire dream a reflection of his anxiety about protecting the President while he was responsible for managing the country.