If a person sees himself drinking fresh milk (not whey or curd) of a known animal, it implies that he will acquire wealth that is halaal and lawful.
Drinking any of these means loss of wealth as a result of which he will be grieved.
It symbolises happiness, prosperity and assets in general. Fresh cheese is regarded better than dried cheese.
All three symbolise prosperity and goodness, sheep milk also symbolises prosperity and goodness but to a lesser degree than the former.
Merriment or a pleasure walk in a garden suggest that he will meet up with a beautiful woman with whom he will live happily.
If one side of the gate leading to the garden is seen as broken, it means the observer will divorce his wife. An Unknown Garden : It stands for Jannah. Entering and touring such a garden suggest that the observer will attain Jannah by way of making greater progress in matters of Deen.
Milk in general symbolises the Fitratul Islam and the Sunnah of Rasoolullah (Sallallaahu-alayhi-wasallam). Fitratual Islam means the natural religion of Islam while Sunnah means the actions of RAsoolullah (Sallallaahu-alayhi-wasallam). Thus, dirnking or possessing milk suggest that the observer will attain righteousness and he will remain stead fast on his Deen.
The growing of any unknown greenery in a place where it does not normally grow such as a house or masjid, suggest that a man will come along either to seek in marriage the hand of his daughter or to establish a business partnership.
Dry grass serves as a harbinger for receiving gold in the near future, Imaam Muhammad Bin Sireen (RA) used to refer to grass as pure gold. One, when he was presented with a camel load of dry grass, he looked at it for a long time, then said: “I wish I had seen this in […]
A garden is interpreted as the observer’s wife.