2. The subconscious works similar to the curtain on stage. The curtain hides the subconscious until one chooses to “unveil” what is on their mind.
3. Before a play starts, someone comes out and stands in front of the curtain and gives a small introduction to what the audience is about to see. This process is similar to folding your hands before praying, or turning off the lights before watching a movie. It is SHUTTING DOWN THE LOGICAL CONSCIOUS and THE LAWS OF PHYSICS. It is like shutting down the logic and allowing a person to be exposed to a world that does not abide by the laws of physics. This is the subconscious world. The “myth” is what becomes “real” to the viewer. The curtain represents the bridge between the conscious and the subconscious.
4. If a ten year old girl who was built like a woman asked you to explain sex to her, there is a part of your subconscious that would not feel comfortable letting her “look behind your curtain” into your subconscious. No matter how much begging and pleading, you would NEVER let her look behind that curtain. This concept is used to make you aware of people who constantly try to “pull back” all of the curtains of your subconscious, by trying to make you answer questions. Some curtains are to remain closed and certain parts of the subconscious belong to you and only you.