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Court House

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Court Room

To dream of a court room represents an issue in your life where you are concerned about fairness or being judged. Feelings of accountability for your actions.

To dream of being in court facing charges against you represents issues with guilt. A situation in your life where you feel that you're being judged in some way and need to defend yourself. Alternatively, you may have been accused or feel responsible for a problem.

To dream of walking towards a court house building represents your expectation of justice or being judged.

To dream of walking out of a court house building represents feeling vindication, guilt, that you have to take responsibility for something.

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To dream of a court-martial represents feelings of consequences for disloyalty or getting off track. Fallout, embarrassment, or feeling you will be hated if you don't keep certain ideas, values, or goals.

Example: A man dreamed of fearing being court-martialed for a murder. In waking life he was thinking about leaving a real estate business he had built with his brother.


To dream of a courtyard represents feelings of waiting for something else to happen in your life with a sense of openness, relaxation, and space. Feelings of never being in trouble or embarrassed with looking like anything wrong is happening in your life while waiting for something else to happen. A sense of anticipation or preparation, combined with a relaxed and open attitude. Your thoughts about being in a transitional phase, comfortably poised between action and inaction, or between public exposure and private retreat. Respecting yourself never being told you're stupid while you wait for something else to happen in your life. Finding a harmonious middle ground between nothing happening and something happening. A tranquil moment in life where you can patiently await developments or changes.

Positively, dreaming about a courtyard may represent comfort, tranquility, and a sense of balance during periods of waiting or anticipation. A conscious choice to embrace a calm and open mindset while preparing for future events or changes. Successfully finding a peaceful middle ground in life, where you feel at ease while awaiting new developments or opportunities. A patient and balanced approach to life. Your ability to appreciate the present moment without rushing or feeling anxious about the future. Your desire for a peaceful space where you can gather your thoughts and recharge. A positive attitude and a sense of openness to new experiences and opportunities.

Negatively, dreaming about a courtyard may represent feelings of stagnation or unfulfilled expectations. A period of inactivity or a sense of being stuck in a waiting period in your life, possibly causing frustration or impatience. Times of uncertainty or transition. You may be longing for something to happen but feel like you're in a state of limbo. A reluctance to take action or a fear of making changes, leading to missed opportunities or frustration.

Courtyard dreams may be common to people looking for a job.

Example: A woman dreamed of being in a courtyard on a beautiful sunny day. In waking life, she was packing and preparing to move homes to a different US State. In this case, the courtyard may have reflected her sense of comfort and openness during this transitional phase, where she was patiently awaiting the change while feeling at ease with the process.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of being in a courtyard. In waking life, she felt that her life was in a period of learning and exploration as she tried to figure out her purpose in life. She had no real fears or frustrations in life. In this case, the courtyard may have reflected a comfortable state of mind as she navigated through this exploratory phase of her life, without the pressure of immediate decisions or actions. This dream might have highlighted her balanced approach to life's journey, appreciating the present while being open to future possibilities and learning opportunities.

Example 3: A young woman dreamed of walking through a courtyard. In waking life, she was trying to decide whether or not to move on from a guy she liked due to mixed signals. In this case, the courtyard may have reflected her feelings of being in a state of contemplation and reflection about her romantic situation. The courtyard symbolized a space where she was weighing her options, feeling the openness and freedom to consider different paths, yet still experiencing a sense of uncertainty and anticipation about what decision to make.

Example 4: A woman dreamed of running across a courtyard. In waking life, she started a part-time job in a city several hours from her home. She had to travel to her job for her shifts several times a week. In this case, walking through the courtyard may have reflected her feelings about her new job as being comfortable and temporary with providing financial security while she waited for a better or more full-time job.

Tennis Courts

To dream of a tennis court represents feelings about a setting, situation, or relationship where there is a back-and-forth dynamic or competition. It could reflect your perception of the rules, boundaries, or structure of this ongoing interaction. An empty tennis court may represent a potential dispute or challenge that awaits you, or an opportunity to prove your merit in a back-and-forth situation. A crowded or active tennis court might symbolize active disputes, conversations, or competitions in your waking life with a back-and-forth dynamic.

Example: A teenage boy dreamed of walking toward tennis courts that were illuminated. In waking life, he was trying to get serious about weightlifting and kept forgetting. Whenever he missed his weight training session, people at the weightlifting training room would mention it. In this case, the tennis court may have reflected his feelings about the setting of the weight training room having a back-and-forth dynamic of proving he's serious about training versus dealing with comments from others when he missed his training sessions that made him feel that he wasn't serious.


To dream of being arrested represents feelings of being forced to change. A stop is being put to certain habits or behavior. Having to stop bad habits or bad behavior whether you like it or not. Being caught in the act, getting found out, or facing rules that you don't like. Order is being restored or you are coming to your senses. Enforcement of rules or having to do what is expected of you. Issues with restraint.

Alternatively, being arrested may reflect you sense of injustice or feeling that something isn't fair. A problem situation may be calming down.

Dreaming of being arrested by police may also reflect feelings about difficult changes you feel forced to make. People experiencing difficulties detoxing from drugs often dream of being arrested by police.

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To dream of your name may reflect feelings about who you are as a person. Negatively, it may reflect feelings of not being good enough as a person. It may also reflect total arrogance that you are better than other people. Too much focus on yourself being important. Consider how a name makes you feel when you hear it for additional meaning.

To dream of someone calling your name represents some aspect of your personality that desires attention or power. Feelings about being special.

To dream of a name that you've never heard before represents an aspect of your personality based on how that name makes you feel. Ask yourself what thoughts or feelings you have you hear the name.

To dream of people you know with the names of other people represents aspects of your personality that influenced or controlled by other aspects of your personality.

To dream of people whose names you never know represents your feeling that something in your life is unattainable or "unknowable" for you. You may think that a goal can't be secured for good. It may also reflect feelings that you are unable to know what your problem is or why something keeps happening to you.

Example: A man dreamed of being called the name "Chad." In waking life Chad wasn't his real name. He felt that people named Chad were easily liked or always viewed as a winner by others. In waking life around the time of the dream he was experiencing an unusual amount of attention and popularity.


To dream of being on trial represents feelings of guilt or responsibility. You may be being too hard on yourself. Alternatively, you may feel the need to prove yourself. Feeling judged.

To dream of putting someone else on trial may reflect your own judgmental attitude towards a person or situation. A sign that you might be too judgmental.



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