1. Feelings of being dominated, abused by another.
2. Repressed memories of violation.
3. Possible difﬁculties with self-esteem, self-doubt in need of attention.
• Do you feel someone has violated you or stolen from you in some way? Symbolically something you value has been taken away. It can refer to a recent loss of health or some other major life loss.... The Premier in Dream Dictionary
Feeling violated or exploited by an individual, a group, or a situation.
If you are the abuser in the dream, this may represent pent-up displeasure toward yourself or antagonism toward another.
A memory surfacing. Some abuse victims have uncovered their memories through dreams. However, caution must be issued here. Since this topic is widely covered by the media, what you experience in a dream can reenact some of these stories, engendered by your emotional response (fear, indignation, outrage, etc.).... The Language of Dreams
An unlit alley: Lurking potential for danger (see Darkness).
Being mugged in an alley: Unanticipated misfortune that leaves you feeling violated or out of control (see Banking: robbeiy).
Light at the end of an alley: Hope. Traversing a dark time to find renewal (see Tunnel).... The Language of Dreams
2- Clothes can often act as a protection against being touched. This protection may also be against having the real self violated. Clothes can conceal or reveal. In covering up nudity they conceal our perceived imperfections and, by implication, disguise our sexuality. In revealing certain parts of us our dreams may show in what ways we are v ulnerable. Getting undressed can suggest the shedding of old beliefs and inhibitions. Losing one’s clothes or being naked highlights our vulnerability and fears. Dressing inappropriately, e.g. wearing formal clothes on a casual occasion and vice versa When we find ourselves in this position in a dream, we are conscious of our own difficulty in ‘fitting in’ with other people. It will depend 011 the dream scenario whether we are surprised or distressed. and it is often the emotion that we experience which gives us the correct interpretation. We may be deliberately not conforming to others’ perception of us, or trying to conform too much in adopting a certain role.
The colour of the clothing is often significant (see Colour). Clothes being worn by someone to whom they do not belong There is confusion in the dreamer’s mind as to which roles are appropriate for each character.
A man wearing woman’s clothing The dreamer needs to be more conscious of their feminine side.
A uniform on a woman The dreamer is highlighting the need to be aware of the more disciplined and masculine side of their personality. Changing clothes We are attempting to change our image. Clothes that have been cut short We may be outgrowing former pleasures and need to look to pastures new for our entertainment. Pretty clothes We have much to appreciate in our lives. Clothes belonging to a particular person We are being reminded of that person, even though we are aware that they cannot necessarily be with us.
Various articles of clothing are believed to have certain symbolic meanings:
Coat/Shawl (and especially a cloak) A coat can suggest warmth and love, but also protection. This protection can be either physical or emotional, and particularly in the case of a cloak, can be the spiritual protection of Faith.
A sheepskin coat may emphasise this significance (also see Sheep in Animals). Fear of losing the coat can suggest the fear of losing faith and belief.
The coat may be too short, or not thick enough We may be fearful that our love, or the protection we have, is not adequate for our needs.
Gloves - also see individual entry The meaning of gloves can be ambivalent. They can represent covering and protecting oneself, but also ‘showing one’s hand’ and challenging the status quo.
A hat is a symbol of wisdom and the intellect and also of protection. It can also signify both spirituality and sexuality, depending 011 the other aspects of the dream.
Pyjamas suggest relaxation and hence openness.
Raincoat A raincoat again holds the symbolism of protection, but this time against other people’s emotional onslaught. Very occasionally it may suggest some kind of wish to return to a womb- like state.
Shirt A shirt can suggest appropriate action, but also, as in a hair shirt, grief and pcnitencc.
Shoes signify our ability or otherwise to be grounded and in touch with everyday life.
Recognising shoes that we, or others, arc wearing in a dream are strange alerts us to an adjustment that needs to be made to our attitude to life. Lacing up shoes in a dream is supposed to be a well-known symbol of death as are shoes on a table. Tie A tie in can have several significances in dreams.
For some it can represent correctness and good behaviour, and for others, presumably because of its shape, it will signify the phallus.
When we dream of underclothes - whether our own or other people’s we arc considering hidden attitudes to self-image or sexuality.
Veil or veil-like garments (also see individual entry) When we, or others, are wearing a veil we are either trying to hide something, or arc only partially accepting knowledge about ourselves or our relationship to others.
3- Clothes can suggest spiritual protection.
For instance, certain types of clothes will highlight roles and status.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary
To dream about different parts and states of your house reflect different depths of feelings, and various emotional and mental states.
The attic refers to your intellect and mind, while the basement describes the subconscious.
If the house is empty, it connotes feelings of insecurity. Shifts and changes in the house indicate change and progression of your personality and beliefs.
To dream that you are cleaning your house suggests self-improvement. It further refers to getting rid of old limiting beliefs and adopting new progressive point of views.
If you have a crowded house and you dream that your house is empty, it indicates a need to break free and live your live independently. Old beliefs and attitudes are represented by old houses.
To dream of a new house represents a new era of your life.
If you dream that someone broke into your house, you have a sense of being violated. Your personal boundaries has been crossed by someone.
To dream of a house also indicates that your subconscious is reminding you of something long forgotten, such as good traits you are no longer using.
To dream of a haunted house refers to unfinished business from the past.
A missing house suggests a feeling of being uprooted.... Dream Symbols and Analysis
For example, if you dream of breast implants, you have a desire to uplevel your femininity, sexiness or attractiveness.
If you dream of receiving an alien implant, then you are venting your feelings of being violated and influenced in non-supportive ways. See Venting Dreams and Cosmetic Surgery..... Strangest Dream Explanations
The intruder can also represent your unintegrated shadow that will continue to threaten you until you face and embrace it.
If you dream of being the intruder, then your dream is giving you the message to only go where you are invited, and not to waist your time and energy attempting to put your energy where it is not desired or appreciated. See Integration Dreams and Burglar.... Strangest Dream Explanations
The dream is usually a manifestation of their traumatic encounter.
To witness a rape being committed denotes sexual incapacity or ambivalence.... Dream Symbols and Analysis
A nightmare about a terrorist attack is a venting dream allowing you to release and process through your fears of being violated, invaded feelings about world events.... Strangest Dream Explanations
If you feel violated by other people’s interest in your life, then it is your responsibility to set clear boundaries. See Stocking.... Strangest Dream Explanations
2. A lost or stolen wallet indicates that one fears someone might be trying to take advantage.
3. Losing a wallet is fear of losing identity.
4. Sense of being betrayed or violated. ... New American Dream Dictionary