- Yes, her vision did... skip to the all bold paragraph to read my quick description and thoughts...
- First a recap of the vision.
- The only part of Rey's vision that showed the burning of the temple was where we see Luke on his knees next to R2
- Everything else from her vision is either before or after that.
- The vision is from the Jedi to Rey
A recap of the actual vision:
Even before she touches the saber the 'visions' have already started. That is what draws her to the saber to begin with. They actually start at about 64 minutes into the movie. As she is standing in the bar and walking down the stairs we hear the CC discloses that we can her a young Rey screaming "NO!" and "NO, come back!" and etc.
Almost two minutes later she finally touches the saber and the 'full on visions' begin. (I think it is also interesting how the sound we hear is a saber activating, but it never actually does.)
So then she is 'transported' to some hallway and we hear young Rey again and we hear Yoda say "Its energy ... surrounds us ..."
Then she is lying on her stomach on the ground outside and she sees Luke kneeling next to R2. Yoda continues "...and binds us..." (Also not that there is the orange glow reflecting similar to a fire in front of them and it is snowing)
Then we hear a saber ignite and Rey turns to see Kylo stab someone through the back with his signature red saber. We hear Obi-Wan for the first time say "The force will be..." and Kylo turns his attention to Rey and begins to advance towards her. (Note that now Kylo is in his mask with the red saber, has some others around him [possibly the Knights of Ren] and it is now raining [therefore these events are not at the same time as the previous vision since it doesn't go from snow to rain in a blink] and we are safe to assume that since Kylo became 'mini-vader' after burning the temple these raining events are some time after)
Then Rey turns to see her young self [they have the same hair style too] screaming again on Jakku with Unkar telling her "Quiet Girl" as we see what we assume is her parents leaving the planet in some ship.
Then the sun in the distance turns into a slit with some bright red light emitting from it and we hear Obi-Wan say "Rey?" and she turns and starts running in some woods straight into Kylo.
Then she falls backwards and back into Maz's basement and we hear Obi-Wan say "These are your first steps" and the vision ends. From the start of the full on vision to its end is about a minute. It goes from about 64 minutes to about 67 minutes in full.
Explanation of the vision as I see it
Admittedly I could be wrong, but this vision is from the Jedi to Rey to let her know she is key to their future and kind of cluing her on to both some things she has forgotten and things she needs to know. (I also like to think she might be getting some 'emotional transferrance' because some of the flashes mean very little to her, but feeling some emotion would at least let her know how she should feel... that is of course speculation however)
In chronological order:
First there is Rey being left on the planet as a child. She thinks that her parents are coming back for her, but the Jedi remind her that they left the planet without her. No matter where they are (alive or dead) they are not coming back. They ?sold? her to Unkar and left her. They want her to know it is time for her to move on.
Next there is Luke kneeling next to R2. This is letting her know that the guy with the mechanical hand is important. (Like I said, I like to think she is getting the feeling of his pain from this as well; maybe the book would say one way or the other if there is one...)
Then we see Kylo and ?his Knights? killing people with a bunch of dead people around them. It is also hard to make out but it looked to me like one the ?Knights? in the background had a red tube shaped weapon in his hand? I'm not sure what the Knights if Ren primarily used, but ... (i.e. They want Rey to know he is bad business)
Then we see Rey come face to face with Kylo in what looks like the forest where they have their first battle. I also believe that shrinking and red phasing sun is indicative of the sun being drained to power the first order weapon. (The Jedi possibly want Rey to recognize this situation she will soon find her self in.)
The only thing left is the first vision of the hallway and I have no clue where that fits in. I like to think that will come in somewhere down the line...
I know this explains more than you asked, but I thought the extra details might interest you...