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Did You Dream About a Police Station? Here's What It Means

A symbol like a police station can be a challenging one to explain. Because dreams are blurry reflections of our subconscious minds, and they often represent symbolic references to our daily lives, no single explanation fits every dream about a police station or any other symbol.

Below are 3 contrasting interpretations of dreams about a police station, taken from very different perspectives.

Which of these explanations explains your dream the best?


What does a police station mean in dreams?

1. The traditional interpretation

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Mary Leyen
Dream Expert,
Contributor: "3 of Dreams Book of Dreams"

A dream about a police station signifies a desire for order and control in your life. But let's talk about some subtleties in that general interpretation.

It may reflect feelings of guilt or fear of punishment for past actions. If you're inside the station, it suggests you're seeking protection or justice, possibly feeling wronged in waking life.

It can also indicate a need to take responsibility for your actions and face the consequences.

A police station can be a somewhat complex and intriguing dream symbol to analyze. To say with any kind of confidence, I would have to take a deeper dive into the dreamer's background and current environment.

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2. The psychoanalyst's interpretation

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Ernesto Andrahi
Psychoanalyst,
Contributor: "3 of Dreams Book of Dreams"

Dreaming of a police station, in the Freudian perspective, may symbolize the superego, the moral component of the psyche that incorporates societal rules and norms.

Likewise — It could represent a struggle with internalized authority or a manifestation of guilt. Being inside the station might imply a confrontation with this authority, suggesting a need for self-examination or a reckoning with one's actions. It could also denote a desire for security or validation, reflecting a sense of vulnerability or injustice experienced in waking life. Thus, such dreams may serve as a call to introspection and moral realignment, or a plea for external validation and protection.0

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3. The spiritualist's interpretation

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Liz Morrison
Shaman and Spirit Guide,
Contributor: "3 of Dreams Book of Dreams"

Dreaming about a police station, or being inside one, can be a spiritual symbol of your inner moral compass. It may suggest a divine call to uphold righteousness and justice in your life. If you're inside the station, it could symbolize a spiritual journey of self-reflection and repentance, indicating a need to cleanse your soul from past misdeeds. It might also represent a divine sanctuary, a place where you seek spiritual protection and guidance. This dream could be a spiritual wake-up call, urging you to align your actions with your higher self and universal laws. It's a reminder that divine justice is always at work, even when human justice seems to fail.

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So which dream explanation works the best for you?

Which interpretation of a police station best matches your your dream experience?

Only you can say for certain. Remember that our dreaming mind can be a complex and multifaceted thing. Each and every image in a dream can signify many different meanings — or be the result of many different themes from our daily life.

Do you have a better dream analysis for dreams about a police station that you'd like to share? Chime in with your personal interpretation in the comment section at the bottom of this page.

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