When we look at what our expectations are, there is a degree of spiritual indecision around. There is an incompleteness in us, a sort of in-betweenstate, which means that we have to make decisions - perhaps either looking forward into the future or back into the past: completion or non-completion. To have only half of what we feel we should have - for instance, perhaps only to have half of the food or drink we had expected - indicates that we are selling ourselves short. We are not allowing ourselves to have what we need. To dream of being half way up a hill or a mountain or halfway down a river would indicate that there is some lack of motivation. We have made an initial effort but more is needed in order for us to be where we want to be. To continually dream of slipping back, until we are only halfway through our task, to be repeating it over and over again, would indicate that we do not have the ability to complete it. There is perhaps an extra skill that we need to enable us to achieve success. Dreams can often have a very peculiar quality in that our image may only be half there or we perhaps only experience half an action. For instance, in waking life we may be aware of having only half-completed a task, but do not know how to finish it. Often the dream images that appear can show us how to do this. Conversely, if in a dream we have only partially completed a task and are left feeling dissatisfied with what has happened, we perhaps need to consider in waking life what needs to be done to enable us to complete the action in the dream. Also consult the entry for Pair/Pairs.