>>734>I was running through this house
The house encompasses who you currently are within the dream. >I was trying to save this little girl
Said little girl may embody your innocence, or a similar positive trait of which you'd rather retain. >these monsters
The monsters may signify more distasteful traits that have intruded upon your persona. >horrifying creatures, my god
Due to the explicitly horrible appearance of the monsters I believe that this may signify that these traits are quite repulsive and potent in their atrocity.>I tried to fight them
Being that you're attempt is to rescue the girl from these monsters shows that you fear that the monsters, terrible traits you've acquired, exhibit a risk to destroy the girl, your innocence (or perhaps sanity, well-being, good traits, etc). >I kept getting torn to shreds by them
You're failing to preserve the traits you desire, for the negative traits are overwhelming. You feel that you keep trying to dispel them, though to no avail, thus forcing you to attempt such over and again. It seems that the more you try, the more you fail. >I would be right outside the house after I died
Assuming the house encompasses your persona, your being outside of it at your death and failed attempts to destroy the monsters means that you're no longer yourself or who you used to be soon thereafter every attempt. Perhaps, you feel, that the only way to rid yourself of the monsters is to isolate or abandon them, thus you change yourself- exit who you are (the house). >I would immediately sprint in and grab the girl
Deciding now to merely change in entirety rather than fixate on the poor traits, you try to preserve the good traits of your former self- the little girl. >I eventually killed the beasts pummeling them to a bloody pulp
Through means of this new mindset were you enabled to finally rid yourself of what you wanted. >and the girl was of course traumatized by this
You were able to change whilst still retaining the trait you'd desired- though this trait remains somewhat changed or, perhaps, tainted. >We then ran out through the basement
You've escaped yourself finally.>>735>some common colors withing the house were brown walls, and yellow lights>with the exception of the bright white light near my exit
The pale colors and "tainted" lights might be an indication of a pale existence within this home (yourself). The white light at your exit means that it was time for you to escape and that this was a good decision.
>This was extremely terrifying for me, I typically do not dream ever.
Was this nightmare recurring? This might be the reason you dream so seldom. Most afflicted by recurring nightmares eventually stop recalling all dreams as to ensure to isolate the nightmares in subconscious.
Does any of this seem like it may be vaguely accurate? Let me know.