To see the frame of a house is symbolic of a person’s life being built or a ministry being built, Eph. 4:12-16
The label or reputation describing the picture, i.E.
A gold frame implies financial security; see “photo”
When an object such as a picture is framed, our attention may be being focused with intensity or we may have to become aware of some spiritual limitation.
Psychological / emotional perspective: If the frame is somewhat ornate, we are perhaps being somewhat neurotic in our approach; if it strikes us as very simple then we need to simplify our way of thinking.
Material aspects: Frames give a defined border to objects, making us aware of limitations and restrictions. Within the workaday world these are often not of our own making but put in place by others.
An inappropriate frame will highlight a restriction on our creativity. Being ‘framed’ for an activity we have not done suggests that we are conscious of an injustice in waking life. Consult the entries for border and edge for more ideas.
Depth Psychology: Looking at a frame refers to the parameters of your life (abilities or possibilities), but it is also, indirectly, a comforting sign, because if there are parameters that limit life in general, sorrow and grief must be limited as well. See Picture.
Limitation or vanity.
To see a frame in your dream represents limitations and boundaries. You or someone else may be putting restrictions on you.
To dream of an empty frame symbolizes vanity.
If you dream of a picture frame, then it underscores or adds importance to the picture within the frame. Dreams of a frame can also be calling your attention to observe your frame of reference, point of view, or paradigm. Perhaps you are you feeling framed or set up, or this frame could be bringing objectivity to your typical point of view, or showing you a new and more enlightened perspective in order to compassion for another’s view. See Glasses.
(see Art, Canvas)