A place of protection and security, the shelter of the soul. Individual rooms symbolize the different emotional functions. It is important to determine if Door and Window are open or closed and what the condition of the house is.
The house is also a universal female sex symbol.
Compare this to C. J. Jung’s 1909 dream in which— while exploring a house—he finds a flight of stairs that leads to the basement, where he discovers bones and human skulls. This dream was important because it led to Jung’s idea of the collective unconscious: Attics and basements are places that hold what we repress; rooms in the upper part of a house provide perspective and vision; bedrooms indicate sexual content; the kitchen is the place where alchemy provides transformation; the bath is the place for cleansing; a workroom is the place for everyday situations.
What Does House Mean In Dream?