Trees symbolise men in personality and character. If a person drams that he has received fruit or leaves of a specific tree, it means he will receive abundant wealth from such a person who resembles that particular tree in personality and character.
Hard timber implies hypocrisy in habits or in matters relating to Deen. The same implies to firewood, small or big, dry or green.
Twigs normally used to start a fire means that backbiting, tale-bearing and slandering will become rife amongst the people.
The upper lintel or doorframe symbolises the husband while the lower one, the wife.
If a person sees himself traversing through wasteland, wilderness or desert in such a manner that he does not get lost it means he will remains steadfast upon the religion of Islam. If he gets lost it means he is in doubt about Islam.
If a person sees the earth causing him to go round and round, it means his affairs, will be left in total disarray and confusion ; he will thus flee from one place to another in pursuit of his livelihood.
Its interpretation is very diverse: for example, if its boundary is visible in the dream it symbolizes a woman; if not it symbolizes worldly affairs; if it abounds in some unknown vegetation, it symbolizes the Deen of Islam. The same applies to deserts. These are only two examples. Read on to learn more about it.
The sea or ocean symbolizes a vast kingdom, powerful dynasty provided no filth, muck, sediments or frightening waves are seen.
A man once came to Hazrat Imaam Ja’far (RA) and said.”I saw myself as if I were embracing the moon”. The Imaan asked:. “Are you a bachelor?” He answered in the affirmative. The Imaam said: “You shall marry the most beautiful lady of her time”. Thereafter, the person was not seen for a very long […]
It is related that while the mother of Imaam Shafi (RA) was expecting him(ie. Imaam Sharfi’) she saw in her dream as if the planet, Jupiter, left her body and descended on Egypt . Then it started running speedily and its embers spread far and wide and in all the towns and cities of Egypt […]