The timber with which doorframes and lintels are made represent one’s children. If two sides of a doorframe is seen broken, it means his two daughters will die. But if he has more than two daughters, it means all of them will get married, thereby leave his home permanently to live with their husbands.
If a person sees himself closing the door of his house it means he will divorce his wife.
If the house whose door is being opened is known to him it means he will marry. If not, it means his Dua’s will be granted.
A displaced door is a hint that the head of the household will die.
If the door or doorframe of one’s house is seen dislodged, it means the lady who owns the house or the landlady will die.
If a person sees the door of his house displaced or dislodged and another person sitting on it, it means he will sell his house and his wife will marry someone else.
A door seen falling indicates that the beholder will first become ill then regain his health.
It symbolises the head of the household and at other times the one who manages the household affairs which is, in most cases, one’s wife. Any pleasant or unpleasant condition in such a door bespeaks of a similar condition in her. For example, a broken, displaced or burnt door could mean dispute or separation between […]
The upper lintel or doorframe symbolises the husband while the lower one, the wife.
if a person sees his wife giving birth to a boy whilst she is expecting in real life, she will give birth to a girl. And if she gives birth to a girl, she will deliver a boy. Breast Feeding : If a person sees himself breast feeding or being breast fed, he will soon […]