The marketplace represents the theater of our external existence and material things. The people we see there, are those that are ordinarily in our real life. The corridors and marked trails in the market represent the paths of our life. The market and its stalls tell us that in this life we must pay a price because we acquire and possess. Seeing a market from afar, with no details, and doing nothing to approach it, often reflects a period of material hardship. To enter the market without actually buying reflects the search, the need to find the means or the most appropriate way for the realization of our projects and ambitions. Also entering without buying can mean a simple desire for promiscuity that usually appears in our life when we lack human warmth or communication. Not to find in market what we look for or feel overwhelmed by the crowd indicates that it is still not adequate to actively launch ourselves into action before we meditate and reflect. To feel burdened in bazaar can also reveal our shyness and withdrawal.