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What are locked door dreams about?

The DreamWell Dream Dictionary is based upon insights from 1,200 dream symbols in over 200,000 dreams. Let’s see what the data has to say about locked door dreams.

The word cloud above shows the words that are specifically associated with locked door dreams. These are the words that make locked door dreams unique compared to all other dream symbols. Just examining the graph and reading the words of locked door dreams can be illuminating about show locked doors affect our dreams. Be sure to check out the example locked door dreams at the bottom of the page.

The circular bar chart above shows how locked doors in a dream will affect dream content as compared to other dream symbols. Higher bars indicate that locked door is more related to the specific symbol in the graph. Lower bars indicate that locked door is less related to the specific symbol in the graph. Specifically, locked door dreams have more home than 97.0% of dream symbols, more fear than 95.1% of dream symbols, and more nightmares than 94.5% of dream symbols. On the other hand, locked door dreams have less good dreams than 90.4% of dream symbols, less love than 89.2% of dream symbols, and less sadness than 86.6% of dream symbols. Notably, locked door dreams might be nightmares! Though even if these dreams are nightmares, it doesn't necessarily mean that they are bad dreams or that locked doors is a bad thing to dream about. It just means that dreams of locked doors are more likely to be nightmares than dreams of other things. Furthermore, dreams of locked doors are aggressive! Locked door dreams have more aggressive interactions than 80% of all of the other dream symbols. Aggressive interactions involve attacks, arguments, yelling, pushing, killing, and so on. These dreams can be scary, stressful, or confusing. But, as with all dreams, it is best to explore what is there. Why was there aggression? Was it really aggression? Also, dreams of locked doors are family oriented. They are more related to family than 90% of all other symbols. In other words, dreaming of locked doors will increase your chances of dreaming of a family member. Dreams help us to process our emotions and social relationships. In a certain lens, you can think of dreams as simulations of the world. This can be especially helpful for our relationships with family. Furthermore, dreams of locked doors are auditory! They focus on sounds and hearing. Dreaming is primarily a visual medium. We see in our dreams, but hearing is less dominant. It is interesting to explore why locked doors in dreams could be related to hearing. Finally, dreams of locked doors have more words related to touch than 90% of all other dream symbols. In other words, locked door dreams involve directly interacting and feeling another person or object. Every dream is unique. These are general patterns observed in an analysis of over 200,000 dreams. This analysis is a tool to help you make sense of your dreams. It is best to look at the differences. See how your dream of locked doors is different than dreams of locked doors in general.

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How common are locked door dreams?

0.7% of dreams have the locked doors symbol within the dream. That's about 1 out of every 150 dreams. Considering all the dream symbols, it is uncommon.

Identification

How are locked door dreams identified?

This symbol is identified by words like locked door, door was locked.

Most related

What is most related to dreams of locked doors?

Locked doors dreams are notable because they have substantially more Dobby, unlocked doors, movement, being chased by a gorilla, baboons, general movement, Jamaica, Congo, front doors, small cats, back doors than 95% of other dream symbols.

Least related

What symbols least related to dreams of locked doors?

Locked doors do not especially suppress any other dream symbols.

Deep dive into locked door dreams

Get an overview of characters, emotions, places, events, dream events, and senses in locked door dreams.

Who is in dreams of locked doors?

Who is in dreams of locked doors?

Locked door dreams are more related to unnamed people, more related to strangers, and much more related to family than dreams in general. They are less related to insects.

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What are the emotions in dreams of locked doors?

What are the emotions in dreams of locked doors?

Dreams of locked doors are much more related to fear and more related to pain than dreams in general. They are less related to happiness, less related to sadness, and less related to grief and sorrow.

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Where do dreams of locked doors take place?

Where do dreams of locked doors take place?

Locked door dreams are much more related to home and more related to transportation than dreams in general. They are less related to work and less related to natural places.

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What happens in dreams of locked doors?

What happens in dreams of locked doors?

Locked door dreams are more related to aggressive acts, more related to friendly acts, and more related to death than dreams in general. They are less related to disasters and less related to health events.

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How do dreams of locked doors related to the type of dream it is?

How do dreams of locked doors related to the type of dream it is?

Locked door dreams are much more related to nightmares, more related to recurring dreams, and more related to bad dreams than dreams in general. They are less related to lucid dreams, much less related to good dreams, and less related to sad dreams.

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How do dreams of locked doors related the senses?

How do dreams of locked doors related the senses?

Dreams of locked doors are much more related to hearing, more related to vision, and much more related to touch than dreams in general.

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How can you make sense of locked doors in dreams?

Locked door dreams are uncommon. Among other things locked door dreams are nightmares, aggressive, family oriented, focused on sounds, focused on touch, and containing lots of movement. Do you think this is true for your dream of locked doors? How might your dream of locked doors be different?

All dreams have meaning

All dreams have meaning

You can gain insight from thinking about any dream, no matter how strange. Only you, as the dreamer, have final say on what your dream may or may not mean. Each dream is unique.

Look for the differences

Look for the differences

The DreamWell dictionary provides information on how each dream symbol appears in dreams in general. Finding how experience locked doors in dreams can be a key to understanding its meaning.

Return to the feelings

Return to the feelings

Our emotions in dreams can help us understand its meaning. Pay attention to how you felt in the dream. Pay attention to how you feel about locked doors in dreams. See how you feel about locked doors now, in your waking life.

Examples of dreams of locked doors

Reading dreams is one of the best ways to understand dream symbols. Even though the DreamWell Dream Dictionary is based upon data, it is grounded in the experience of reading thousands upon thousands of dreams. We invite you to read examples of locked door dreams for yourself. These dreams are actual dreams people have had. As result, they may contain racist, sexist, violent, or otherwise offense language and imagery. This can be true even for locked door dreams. Read at your own risk.

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