The meaning of Barn in dream | Dream interpretation
(see Animals, Buildings, Farm)
A barn filled with grain is an image of safeguarding resources, especially finances.
A barn with its door open reveals that you have been careless in some matter. This situation needs tending before it gets totally out of control (e.g., closing the barn door after the horses get out).
Barns painted with hex signs come from the Pennsylvania Dutch tradition, each pattern having a specific meaning. Consider the pictograph here as the starting point of your interpretation, then add to it other indicators like the condition of the barn.
For example, if you see a circle with a heart and two brooms, this reflects domestic harmony and love. However, if the barn is in disrepair, this may show that your relationships at home are similarly needful of attention.
Associated with labor. Since this is a storage place and home for animals, the dream may be implying that you have an inner storage place containing the essentials for inner growth.
The need for protection and nurturing. See Farm.
The significance of this dream depends on its details.
A barn in good condition and full, or partly so, is an omen of prosperity; conversely, an empty or derelict bam is a warning against risky investment.
If well filled with ripe and matured grain, and perfect ears of corn, with fat stock surrounding it, it is an omen of great prosperity.
If empty, the reverse may be expected.
Dreams of a barn symbolize a storehouse for your animal instincts, power and resources. Perhaps you are feeling the need to restrain your wild side. See Chakra (1st & 2nd) and Farm.
1. Wealth and happiness, prosperity from hard work (full barn).
2. Possible bad luck (open, empty barn).
3. A repository or holding place of unconscious thoughts and feelings.
This is a favourable dream if the Barn is full, or nearly so; but it is unfortunate to see an empty Barn, with open doors.
To see a barn in your dream, signifies feelings kept in your unconscious. You may be holding back your natural instincts or actions.
Making use of your own abilities. Success and well-being, but also a place of adolescent sexuality.
According to Jung, the barn is a place where demons and ghosts reside, but also a place of protection against rain and cold.
In a dream, a barn represents profits, provisions, fodder, food, savings, coffer, bag, one’s house, one’s shop or one’s farm.
(Also see Carriage house; Stableman)
The Gypsies say that to dream of a full barn means you will never go hungry again. But to dream of an empty barn indicates a life of sadness and want.
A barn on fire indicates that you could lose all that you have.
Vision: Looking at a full barn: your success is the result of the hard work you have done.
An empty barn: the hopes you put in a certain matter were misplaced.
Depth Psychology: See Grass, Hay.
To dream about a barn symbolizes hidden feelings. It might mean that you are restraining your basic desires.
Where money or worldly goods are stored or hoarded
A barn is a building and in its essence is connected to some construct of your consciousness. Since a barn is found on a farm, there is an organic sensibility to its meaning. In waking life, a barn can have many functions, but it is generally used for the storage and housing of crops and livestock, both of which are deeply associated with sustenance, nurturance, and self-care.
A barn in a dream is calling you to pay attention to grounded and down-to-earth matters, getting back to basics.
The resources you need right now are natural and organic.
Symbolic of a person’s stored wealth, Prov. 3:9.
A barn can also symbolize a person’s life and property, Ps. 144:13, Jer. 50:26
Since a bam is usually a fairly large and open space that houses animals, it may signify your animal instincts.
The idea of rolling in the hay may indicate that you had a distasteful sexual experience. Living in a bam may be an indication that you are feeling exposed or living with too many other people’s problems.