Anakin visits Yoda in, I presume, Yoda's own quarters in order to get some guidance from the Master on his state of mind; his dreams/premonitions. Yoda gives him the usual answers, that one would expect from a Jedi Master, about attachment etc. Fair enough, I don't expect Yoda to know the full extent of Anakin's dreams. But then Anakin says 'I won't let these dreams come true', or words to that effect, and that appears to be the end of the discussion. Doesn't Yoda sense from that that Anakin has taken NOTHING of what he has said on-board? So, he knows Anakin's state of mind is confused, that he is plagued by premonitions and he suffers attachment problems. That he is, essentially, unbalanced. So, how does he treat Anakin after that? He, along with the Council, preside over meetings where Anakin is humiliated (denied the position of Mastery despite being on the Council, asked - outside of formal Council proccedings - to spy on a long time friend and mentor and snubbed in terms of his advice (whether by Palpatine or not) by the Council. So, a man who has come to him showing signs of great fear and instability is made to feel less and less empowered within the structure of the Jedi. Is Yoda really that incompetent in terms of understanding people? And he never mentions his concerns to the rest of the Masters?