1. Change is on the way. 2. Family arguments (family members entering). 3. Secrets, especially lovers.
BackTo see your own back in your dream indicates misfortune, uneasiness of mind, sickness, etc. This is obviously a dream incited by the physical condition, from backache, and its attendant discomfort that draws the dreamer's atten tion to that portion of the anatomy.
BackVulnerable because of inability to perceive
Back1. Vulnerability. 2. Level of responsibility (dreaming of pain). 3. Opposition, difﬁculties (someone else’s back).
Back(body part) if a person turns their back on you in a dream this symbolizes an attempt to ignore or dismiss you, Jer. 32:33
Diamond Back(see snakes)
Talking BackTo dream of someone talking back to authority is a symbol of foolishness and rebellion, 1 Sam. 15:23, Prov. 12:1
Hump-BackA dream denoting prosperity (Artemidorus) ; derived from the superstition that these unfortunates bring luck to whosoever touches the hump.
Placing the Ka’bah Behind One’s Backif a person sees himself placing the Ka’bah behind his back or performing salaah on top of the Ka’bah, it is a sign that he has abandoned Islam.
The Back and LoinsThese symbolise a person’s honour, dignity and nobility. At other times the back or the loins symbolise a child since a child is born of a person’s back.
Carrying a Sheep on the BackIt means he will bear the expenses of another person.
Flying on the Back of a VultureIf he dreams that he is flying horizontally on the back of a vulture, he will enjoy honour, sublimity and power by being promoted to the office of kingship.But if the vulture flies with him vertically towards the heavens, he will die while on a journey. For, such a vulture…
DoorThe “door of opportunity”; open is an invitation to enter; the degree determines the sincerity; back door is humbling
Door PrizeAn exceptionally desirable reward will be behind that “door of opportunity”
Open DoorAn opportunity
Screen DoorSorts out undesirable people from entering one’s life
Trap-DoorThat particular door is an entrapment, i.E. A tempting opportunity or invitation to do wrong
Door1. Access from one realm to another (intellectual to the spiritual). 2. Money and fortune are on the way. 3. Moving from one stage of life to another. 4. Desire to remove oneself from a situation or stage of life (closing and/or locking a door).
Knocker (Door)1. Asserting ideas or desires. 2. Reaching for help from someone behind the door. 3. Female sexual symbol.
DoorThis is symbolic of an opening to a new path in life. If the door is locked it symbolizes an area in life not yet accessible to you. A person or animal blocking a door is symbolic of a spiritual hindrance. A door can also be symbolic of a free…