any structure corresponding to relations that the dreamer has built and is currently maintaining; it is therefore very positive if dream structures are stable, made of quality materials, if the dreamer understands them and if he is able to effortlessly move through them.
roof: a structure of the conscious mind.
wooden or paper: unstable relations of an erotic nature; other sexual symbols are often included with this symbol.
bearing electrical wires or equipment: emphasize the erotic and sexual nature of relations.
people in the same structure or threatened by the structure will bear the same fate at least for the time being.
other people linked to the structures: dream personifications represent traits that enter into the dreamer's life.
unstable structure: can be synonymous with a moving birth canal through which the fetus moves toward freedom accompanied by other allegorical images of destruction (see Basic Perinatal Matrix archetype).
harmful: synonymous with the dangerous and painful path of the fetus through birth canals (see Basic Perinatal Matrix archetype).
threatening: problematic relations or less frequently a subconscious reminder of being in the mother's womb when the first contractions began to threaten the existence of the fetus (see Basic Perinatal Matrix archetype).
climbing a structure: represents a unique path to higher levels of experience (usually the path to the emotional level); like all higher paths it bears the risk of falling when the dreamer cannot take the euphoria of ascent and falls into a sensuality that is immediately accompanied by erotic and sexual images since the dreamer sees in them the highest quality experiences.
a structure from whose heights we see the landscape, buildings, people and objects: we can recognize traits or events taking place on the lower level of experience (usually on the instinctual level) from the higher plane of experience in a depersonalized perspective.