I keep seeing this house in my dreams. Though I have never seen it in my waking life ever, I can't seem to stop seeing it. It's weird.
So the house it big, white, like a whit stone surface, it's rather big, and it's always on a big hill. I only see the house at night time, never in time light. I can say I have only been in a few rooms that I can remember. Some rooms are dark some have the lights on. I don't feel like a stranger in it, but at the same time, it's so unfamiliar to me.I'm always looking to explorer it, you could say. It's rather hard to explain. I don't fear the house, I'm actually in awe of it. It crazy. I don't know this house.
I don't dream of it all the time. This is like the 4th time I've seen it and been in it. So I did my dream research and nothing really helps. Maybe I'm missing something not sure. I know houses represent our subconscious minds and it's suppose to represent ourselves. But this really doesn't have a meaning I can wrap my head around.
Just want to understand why the same exact house, same color, same layout and same damn hill. What does it all mean?
Hope someone here can help me. Ask me questions if you need more to help me figure out the meaning. I mean it has to have a meaning if i keep seeing it right?
Dreams can be difficult to interpret, as things are meaningful in different ways to different people. Personally, I think counselors or therapists are the best people to go for for dream interpretation, especially on the off-chance of something like a repressed memory or a symbol of an emotional or psychological struggle (not saying that's necessarily what it is, but I think it's good to be cautious when delving into the subconscious mind).
Going with what you said about houses representing our subconscious minds, perhaps look more at the objects in the rooms? Rather than focusing on the house as a whole, perhaps the house is just the container, and the things within it are what is stored within your mind.
You could also try doing some divination on the dream. That's helped me in the past.
If possible, practicing lucid dreaming may help. Being in some control of the dream next time it happens may help you learn more about it.
Like it's been said before,lucid dreaming may help you understand the meaning, but here's a couple of things that may also help you. Personally, if your having the same dream about the same object, than maybe your worried about something. I've found that a lot, with my dreams, which repeat the same issues over, and over again, than it might be a problem I personally need to go through in order to recover from the issues at hand.I do find it interesting that you mention a hill, and house.
Maybe the hill is a symbol of the state you are in at the moment, maybe things are getting a little too close to home, for your comfort. Maybe you also might need to look at, a situation in your life, from a different point of view. Depending, how far you can actually look down on the hill, than maybe it might symbols a goal in your life, that you want to archive, but find it hard to complete.
If your staring at everything with awe, instead of fear. Than maybe something new is coming into your life, is coming into your home, maybe you, yourself are saving up to buy a new home, but you don't know what your looking at. And so, this might be a way spirit (or whoever you believe in) is trying to draw you to this house. That this is a property that you should buy, for it will be the right fit, for you. If you can find this house, than maybe it's a something that you should, visit in waking life. Like a calling, just to feel the area around it.
It might also be something, how someone new in your life who may have a impact on you, might see you. Something brilliant to look at, or a role model to follow.
If you believe in past lives, than maybe see if you can get some sort of Tara reading, or mediation to help you understand a different picture of this house. Again, I do recommend lucid dreaming as will.
If you believe in guides of any sorts, than it could also be something that there trying to introduce you to. Maybe even look in your family tree, if your lucky enough to do so, it might be a link to the past.