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Re: Getting things out of a trashcan


The scene can suggest a situation in which you see yourself acting in a very up-front manner – very honestly – in relation to a situation pertaining literally to the issue of garbage or to ideas that are worthless. (in front of a trashcan) As you were kind of rescuing items from the trashcan, it can appear that you may be having second thoughts about what at first may have seemed like worthless ideas. The expression, one man’s garbage is another man’s treasure, may apply here. By referring to a trashcan rather than to a garbage can, it might be suggested here that those ideas made to seem worthless (and thus deemed fit for disposal) have been trashed, that is, have been subjected to scathing criticism or abuse; been attacked maliciously.

What may have priority in this rescue mission is represented by coins. (First I took several coins) These would refer to thoughts that have real value. Thoughts having real value appear to have in your mind, been assigned a place next to a broken plate, that is, they were seen in relation to a backing or support given to human food for thought that is not sound or wholesome.

The animals represent an emotional aspect of your own nature. The rat usually implies feelings of disloyalty or betrayal but all you have here is the idea that there is logic for a feeling of disloyalty or betrayal (the animals had only heads). The body or emotional nature that could motivate or live such behaviour is absent.

By cleaning and washing them it is implied that you are trying to see the idea of disloyalty or betrayal as being a correct idea. The dead animals imply that a feeling of disloyalty or betrayal has no life in it – in other words it is not a livable idea. You put this fact aside. (I put the dead ones aside)

As some of these animals are dead it would indicate that the intensity of feelings of disloyalty or betrayal are not as intense as was first implied (as there are even fewer living heads with some being dead heads) While this issue was approached with the idea of a change being needed (#5), it could also be seen in terms of reflecting the best of human reasoning (#6) – as when seeing only but heads and some dead. Feeling no revulsion or fear seems to strongly imply that you are not afraid to take a second look at an issue that may not be the most pleasant when you might think it was badly dealt with or trashed previously. {An ego that works against God is not likely to do this.}

 

 
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