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Re: Windows

The scene is focused upon a mental attitude and point of view that you have chosen to use (entered my bedroom) ; a point of view that would probably relate to a personal situation, one involving your own opinions and beliefs as well as one allowing you to feel you have the right to peace of mind. As the room is seen as being your bedroom but quite different from your real bedroom, it would indicate that you have an unrealistic point of view of a situation.

Fragments of glass would represent the idea of partial truths – the fragments now reflecting the idea of a lie. The skylight window refers to looking out, being watchful or careful in a way that things would be “looking up” for you when doing so. In other words, this act of looking out puts you in a gaining position. In this situation the gaining position when looking out may need to be seen within a framework or context that “tests your mettle”; tests your courage, hardness, endurance etc. [This might be because of what you might see or misinterpret but also because you might be giving the impression of looking for problems.] The open skylight window implies being open to the Lord’s Light or intelligence when thinking that looking out could put you in a gaining position – but – you could also think or imagine a crack in the glass. This implies you could image that the truth (glass) pertaining to looking out as putting you in a gaining position is not all it is cracked up to be; that is, this act is not what it gives the impression of being – in this case, the impression of putting you in a gaining position. The glass fragments or lies here appear to have come of this cracked “truth”. (the cracked skylight explains the glass on the floor)

The panic or scare this fact gives you causes you to leave off using your personal point of view in order to seek advice but you return to it, or might imagine that you do, with additional emotional support (returning with another person ?) On second view, what first appeared simply as lies now is seen as reflecting a hard truth which has been shaped by spiritual or emotional thinking. {The “pebble” is stone given a rounded shape by the action of water} Seen as reflecting hard truths (as small glass “pebbles”) these truths would carry little weight or influence in the world (unlike a large rock). Note that a person can make progress following a path of glass pebbles but one does not usually walk on glass fragments. Thus in a personal situation where you might have to imagine that looking out, being watchful, is an unsound idea (a cracked skylight window) or a lie, you may need to regard this lie as reflecting a spiritual truth. [This might relate to the fact that every act one performs carries a symbolical meaning through which we speak wordlessly to the Lord. Sometimes the symbolism does not work in one’s favour.]

There is an aspect of yourself that rests at ease upon a basic principle using a negative, wrong idea pertaining to “sitting pretty” (2 cushions on the floor), i.e. living in a good situation – a situation which allows for “looking out”. Instinctive understanding may be giving this impression. (at the end of the bed) You could get angry about this where you might be emotionally into some therapy or treatment. But also angry because this emotional aspect of yourself has been “using” or abusing a point of view in which you can rest with peace of mind. (someone was using your bedroom) [Are you perhaps symbolizing looking for health problems by following some preventative course of treatment.? This can create problems where there were none.] The impression of having had a very lucid dream implies that you could feel you are seeing a situation with a heightened awareness – yet this was but a dream, meaning the perceived awareness is more imaginary than real.


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