Psychologically, paradise is that part of ourselves that is enclosed within and does not need to be available to anyone else – it is an unblemished, sacred space.
To dream that you are in or part of a crowd means you need to make some space for yourself. It also suggests you need to start thinking more for yourself instead of following others.
Psychologically we often need space to make the best use of opportunities. We should be capable of going beyond our own concepts of limitation and restriction. As the exploration of space takes us beyond our own little world, we become more conscious of the need for best use of resources.
There comes a time when, if we wish to maximize our potential, we must find a space of our own. Paying rent allows us to be independent within someone else’s space.
A factory is often a large, busy space, so it is often representative of our own lives and the way we fill our inner space.
In a woman’s dream a garden signifies her own personal space or territory, whereas for a man it will suggest a shared space.
If you dream about a spaceship, you are ready to explore your spriritual side. Also see “Alien.” For “Space” in general, see “Outer Space.”
On a purely mundane level the ziggurat symbolizes a sacred secure space and the ability to access that space within ourselves.
In dreams, when we are aware of the space we occupy we are in touch with our own potential. We may be aware that our personal space is being, or has been, penetrated. To be ‘spaced out’ is to have widened our personal boundaries artificially through the use of stimuli.
An invasion in spiritual terms is a desecration of our own spiritual space, that part of us that we hold sacred and normally free from harm. When rendered insecure by too many demands, we can feel invaded and under attack.