Physical matters, as with any structure. Note the condition of each portion of the castle and its relationship to your body (see Body, Car).
According to Henry David Thoreau, the image of our highest hopes and aspirations that may or may not have any foundation to uphold them (e.g., building “castles in the air”).
Matters of honor or chivalry, going back to medieval tradition.
A place or situation that seems safe and secure, as if surrounded by an impenetrable mote.
The mote, however, may also represent obstacles or ai~mor that you place between yourself and others.
Being locked in the tower or dungeon of a castle: A type of cage dream.
An old, vine-covered castle represents romantic idealism that may not have any footing in reality. Take care not to get locked into this vision without being aware that the “here and now” cannot always meet up to lofty expectations.... The Language of Dreams