Dreaming of upstairs is most of the time a sign of luck.
Being or going upstairs suggests spiritual elevation and activation of emotions. To dream that you are in a house and you go upstairs it means you will soon be concerned about false friends. To dream that you climb a ladder and a step breaks, so you cannot reach upstairs anymore, this indicates that your financial problems will diminish.
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Detailed dream interpretation
Dreaming of trying to reach upstairs is a good omen, as opposed to a dream in which you try to reach downstairs, which usually foretells trouble ahead. If you feel dizzy while going upstairs, this dream can portend some difficulties ahead.
Going upstairs in a dream signifies that you have a great path ahead, and that you have the ability to achieve your goals. Upstairs is symbolic of the path ahead. If you manage to reach the reach up the top of the stairs, it shows that you will hold intellectual achievements above all others. Going upstairs can also be a sign of sadness.
Being upstairs and seeing other people down is a sign of pride, contempt and sadness. If the stairs you climb to get upstairs has a lot of steps, you will encounter material difficulties. The same dream can portend poverty ahead. Climbing a long ladder to be upstairs indicates that you will soon get very tired and depressed, while if your climb is short, this dream tells you that you should be more active at work if you want to accomplish whatever goals you have set for yourself.
According to the Eastern tradition, any dream about upstairs is good, and it refers to ascension, support and protection. For the ancient Persians, the dream of upstairs was a sign of good luck. The Western tradition of dream interpretation considers that it is good if you dream of yourself climbing a ladder to reach upstairs, as this means advancement, promotion, and gains of various kinds.
Feelings that you may have encountered during a dream of upstairs.
Surprised. Content. Insecure. Worried. Disappointed. Disturbed. Amazed. Curious. Enjoying. Having fun. Being yourself. Feeling good. Furious. Tired. Lazy. Confused. Upset. Overwhelmed. In a bad mood. Offended. Upset. Angry.