Example: I’m trapped in a long passageway or corridor. I can’t get out. I’m feeling my way along the wall— there is a small light at the end of the tunnel, I can’t get to it. I’m very frightened. I wake up before I get to the end. Then I feel afraid to go back to sleep’ (Margaret).
The example may refer to the experience of birth in the birth canal. Such a corridor can also depict our sense of not being able to get out of an unsatisfactory situation. No man’s land; limbo; in-be- tween state; the process of going from one thing to another. See white under colour. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences
Being in between two phases; a momentary limbo. Temporary concealment of the truth.
Lunar eclipse: Hiding from, or trying to ignore, the feminine aspect of self (see Women).
Solar eclipse: Hiding from, or trying to ignore, the masculine aspect of self (see Men).
Being devoured or obscured by something or someone that seems larger than life. Several myths from various lands tell of great creatures, like dragons, who eat the sun or moon, thereby causing its disappearance.... The Language of Dreams
To dream that you are in a waiting room suggests that you are in limbo for a particular subject in your waking life. Timing is very important, and there is the likelihood that you are wishing to have access to information that you may not be ready for. Patience is the key here; practice it for pleasing results.... Dream Symbols and Analysis