(See Ka’aba; Mecca)
Mecca(Holy Mecca; Imam) In a dream, the Holy Mecca represents the Imam of all the Muslims. Whatever happens to it in a dream will manifest in his life.The city of Mecca in a dream also could represent the spiritual and religious standing of the person seeing such a dream.Ifone sees…
Visiting God’s House In Mecca(See Pilgrimage; ‘Umrali)
MeccaIslam, the Middle East
Holy Book(Qur’an; The Last Revelation) In a dream, the Holy Book, or the Qur’an represents a king or a judge who deals with Islamic jurisprudence.If a king, a ruler, or a judge sees that the Holy Book does no longer exist, or if he sees it burning, or if its contents…
Holy CommunionTo dream that you are taking part in the Holy Communion, warns you that you will resign your independent opinions to gain some frivolous desire.If you dream that there is neither bread nor wine for the supper, you will find that you have suffered your ideas to be proselytized in…
Holy CommunionSee rite / ritual and spiritual imagery in the introduction
Holy Ka’aba(See Ka’aba; Mecca)
Holy WaterTo dream about holy water signifies spiritual needs, beliefs and the need for guidance.It also symbolizes chastity, purity and abstinence.
Visiting holy sitesVisiting the Prophet’s Mosque in Medina in a dream means seeking God’s nearness and his pleasure through good deeds.It also means feeling safe, mixing with people of knowledge, associating with people of religious ranks, joining the company of knowledge seekers, and developing sincere love for the family of God’s Prophet,…
Holy BibleThe literal word of god implies one is depending and trusting in it and will be blessed
Holy Communion1. Counting or being aware of “blessings,” looking on the positive side of affairs. 2. Seeking greater spiritual enhancement or “communion.” 3. Reverse: a feeling of disappointment, possibly rejection, “outsider-ness.”
Reciting the Holy Qur’aanLooking into the Qur’aan and reciting it depicts and Hikmah (i.e. Islamic knowledge and wisdom).In general, reciting the Qur’aan Symbolises truthfulness in speech and conduct.
Descrating the Holy Qur’aanTearing or destroying the Holy Qur’aan means he is guilty of negating the Holy Qur’aan. Eating its pages means he is making fun of it; he has no regard for its laws; he treats it with contempt.