It was a very big spider several meters I guess.
from what I can remember, it could be possible that she tried to, or entered the bathroom through the keyhole. so it is possible that she had the ability to change her size.
but this part I can't remember very good anymore.
the thing is that I can't really remember what happened before and after this .
but I'm quite convinced that it was not a dream while I was sleeping at night.
I was outside the house during the day and then it happened. maybe it was a vivid daydream or a reality bleed through . all I know is that it was very real to me.
the thing is that we actually don't have a keyhole in the bathroom door. but again this part is not very clear in my memory anymore.
our brain can twist actual happenings throughout time so I'm not very sure what happened in this last part .
So wait, you saw an actual spider several meters in size as far as you're aware, and not in a dream?? I'd say that'd be a scary event, whether it was bleed-through or what! Perhaps it was symbolic, though, and your memory is reinterpreting something that happened in the past? Or an overlay memory for something else? Considering the fact that you don't have a keyhole in the bathroom and that you remember it coming through there and that you don't remember what happened before and after, I'm wondering if it's an overlay for whatever the memory really was (especially coming through the keyhole
, symbolically). I certainly don't know though, and don't want to discount your experience. I'm not aware of any spiders that big that exist in western knowledge, but I haven't looked thoroughly and, obviously, it's possible they exist anyway or came through a "window".
Personally, I had bad arachnophobia when I was a child. It's reduced overtime and I don't worry so much about spiders that I know can't hurt me, though in general I do feel some fear if they crawl on me or "invade my space". I guess, specifically, daddy longlegs don't worry me so much, but other ones do a bit, generally with my fear response being proportional to size and proximity. I try and avoid killing them these days and value them for eating other bugs that I may not be very fond of. If I encountered one that was several meters, though--that'd be a problem!
One of my caretakers recently related a story to me from when I was younger about how my (possibly psychopathic) father used to intentionally scare me with stories of spiders and how they could/would get me in my room, or some other such abusive nonsense. I'm not sure if the fear came first, or his abuse.