Address Dream Meaning and Interpretations


Address Dream Symbol – To dream about an address indicates a need to orient yourself. If you dream about the address of a place where you used to live or a place that was important to you in your past, it indicates a need to assimilate your past into your current life. If an address is connected to a particularly meaningful event or phase, then it is possible that that event has special pertinence to something that is happening in your life now.

If the address is an unknown location, or especially if it is the destination of a future trip or home, then it indicates a need to open up to the possibilities of the future and embrace a change that may be frightening you right now.

When you dream of an address it can mean you are seeking advice to solve a problem. It can also symbolize how you feel about how you currently live. You may be trying to move forward in your life.

What is holding you back? Dreaming of an old address is a reminder of who you were in the past. It can be that you are facing a similar problem to the one you have faced in the past. It can show how you dealt with things then and the lessons you learned that can help you now.

Dreaming of a childhood address refers to how you are currently feeling. A nightmare about your childhood home is a sign there are parts of your life that are out of control and you may be at a loss on what to do. Writing down an address symbolizes making a decision. Seeing a new address means you are hoping to make major changes to your life. It can also mean that you fear change. What are you resisting?

Looking for an address means you embrace change and it will be positive. Forgetting an address is a sign you have lost your way. You may even have given up on your dreams. Have you lost your motivation and passion? You may need to reassess your life plan and make changes to help you move on in life.

Note: If you have had a dream related to this dream symbol or would like to add something that is related to this topic please leave a comment below. Comments are a great way to interact with others who are dreaming about similar topics.


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Stephen is a self confessed dream junkie that loves all things dream related. He is a writer for Dream Stop and has been working in the field of dreams for the past decade. He believes that the YOU are the only person who can truly understand the meaning of your dreams. You have to look inside your inner thoughts to find the hidden truths in your dream. These interpretations are for entertainment purposes only. Stephen's interpretations should be considered an opinion, not professional advice.


  1. Last night I dreamt of being given a home address of a lake house I was interested in purchasing. It was the wrong address, and I felt a sudden sense of fear and danger. I was with a group of people (I am married and have a child, but they were not with me), but still did not feel safe from whoever gave me this address. I left the place immediately, with the group and we all headed to class together. When we were heading towards the university, I asked a classmate to hold on to my necklace-a necklace that I consider my “lucky” necklace-to keep it safe from whatever danger I felt coming for me. What could this mean?

  2. What does it mean when you wake up and everything is the same but the world has shifted slightly. Addresses are off by a few numbers however the locations are somewhat the same. House colors are different. Etc…

  3. Jeanie Mitchell on

    I’d knocked an unknown adversary to the floor, he had a bloody mark on his forehead, where I’d hit him…several times, it seemed.
    I turned to my oldest daughter, who was feeding an infant, on a soafa, across from where I’d been standing over this man. I mouthed the words “I need to get out of here, now…” she then whispered into my ear an address, as if the address had been given to me in a previous discussion. Her actual words were “2300 Jensen, as we’d discussed.”
    I grabbed some completed credit card slips (possibly work related signal) from a counter or table, and left the dwelling hurriedly.

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