in some dreams it corresponds to orifices in the body (house – body), then the lower windows and house's façade symbolize the female genitalia, and curtains, drapes or shutters represent the hymen (breaking or damaging them is synonymous with deflowering); the upper windows of the house usually symbolize the eyes (view within or out to the world), hearing (everything that we hear from windows), scent (everything that we smell from windows) and mouth.
view from a window: the dreamer's view of inner images that the unconscious replays to the dreamer in examples of the external world for better understanding; only very rarely during long-term internalization are these views direct without allegorical images.
throwing something from a window: indicates the dreamer's definitive parting with this personification.
throwing objects from a window: the dreamer's successful attempt to eliminate the influence of this symbol from the mind.
objects thrown through a window to the inside: indicates the unpleasant penetration of the thrown symbol to the subconscious; it is therefore good to prevent such attempts by others to influence the dreamer's consciousness.
opening a window, opened window: the dreamer is opening himself to the outside world, to other views and needs to absorb the gust of fresh air (spiritual view of the world); in some dreams earthly elements (e.g. a thief) can enter through an open window to the dreamer's inner life and disrupt the peace and calm in the soul, but only so that the dreamer deals with this unwelcome visit in a peaceful and compassionate way.
closing from inside: the dreamer closes himself to the outer world, prevents earthly elements from entering his soul (through an open window) and disturbing his peace and calm; this dream image often occurs when we shift our "treasure" from the world of material things and relations to inner spiritual elements.
standing in front of a window: the desire to be seen.
sitting in an open window: symbolizes nostalgia and sadness in the soul.
climbing out of a window or, even worse, falling from a window: the dreamer is unprepared to go into the world and suffers harm; this is a penetration into subconscious prenatal memories (see Basic Perinatal Matrix archetype).
climbing inside through a window: the dreamer enters unprepared into his own inner world; the incomprehensible images and processes confuse him.
double opening: symbolizes duality, the two parts fitting together symbolize the principle of intercourse.
disguised, walled over, broken from hinges: this image returns the dreamer to his birth experience; if the dreamer is able to internally process this experience, it becomes a gate to further secrets of the depths of the unconscious; disguised or walled-over doors symbolize the cervix that has just been discovered by the dreamer but is still closed; a partially broken-down window expresses the opening of the cervix and a passable birth canal; see Basic Perinatal Matrix archetype).
barred: usually depict the mouth and bars draw the dreamer's attention to the need to filter spoken words; the unconscious uses this image to advise the dreamer to better consider his words and not to give way to hate.
drawn blinds or curtains: from a view from inside it shifts the experience to the dreamer's outer world; from a view from outside it prevents the dreamer from seeing within; if during the dreamer's stay inside the drawn blinds fall from the window, then the dreamer has changed his emotional or spiritual insight and fallen to an instinctual experience (these images are the result of moral failings).
of the bathroom: shows from the view of the emotional level or from a view of a cleansed person the direction of further development or possible clashes with instinctual personifications.
stained-glass windows: the spiritual light penetrating into the dreamer's soul; the glass color (see color) or theme on the stained glass tells more.
large windows: symbolize the dreamer's greater openness and also intuitive perceptiveness.
attic window, in the highest levels: expresses a depersonalized view; such a window can therefore be the dreamer's penetration into the individual archetypes.
cleaning or seeing cleaned: the dreamer's attempt to improve his life perspective.
wind or a storm opens a window: symbolizes the penetration of spiritual elements into the dreamer's consciousness.
of a means of transportation: have a direct relationship to the view of the life journey, from the inside the dreamer sees through the window to symbols that he is abandoning; outside he can distinguish personifications that suggest to him the proceeding component or proceeding trait of his own psyche; a broken window of transportation makes fast forward progress impossible and is often a foretelling of life complications.