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. 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. 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.