Being accosted in a dream by a man means that someone you consider a friend is being untrue to you, and is likely trying to frame you or deceive you in some way. However, if you are accosted by a woman, a beggar, or someone you know then money is on its way to you, […]
A queen speaks of royalty and favor. Positive: As believers we are all kings and queens in the Lord. It speaks of our position and authority in Christ. It also speaks of the blessing and favor we have with the Lord because of this position. • Of course a lovely illustration of this is Queen […]
If you were accosted by a man, a false friend may try to impugn your honor. However, you can expect money in the form of profits or a legacy if you were accosted by a woman, a beggar, or anyone known to you.
If you give something to a beggar, you are suffering from disillusionment. If you just see a beggar, you may lose something valuable. If you refuse to help the beggar. Your economy needs checking.
1. Use caution in business affairs. 2. Reverse: good fortune and abundance. 3. A subconscious search for something missing, often aspect of self or personality. 4. Poor self-esteem, self-value.
To dream of being a beggar represents our own feeling of failure and lack of self-esteem. To dream of someone known to us as a beggar indicates that on some level we are conscious that there is a lack on their part, perhaps that they make too many demands on us, or conversely that we […]
To see an old, decrepit beggar, is a sign of bad management, and unless you are economical, you will lose much property. Scandalous reports will prove detrimental to your fame. To give to a beggar, denotes dissatisfaction with present surroundings. To dream that you refuse to give to a beggar is altogether bad.
(Hobo; Mendicant; Poverty; Richness) In a dream, a beggar represents a seeker of knowledge. If he is given what he is begging for in a dream. it means that he will succeed in his pursuit of knowledge. His humbleness and his submission when asking means victory. Beggars in a dream also imply sorrow, worries, distress, […]
(See Beggar; Soliciting Advice)
Begging was at one time considered a valid spiritual discipline in that people were expected to share what they had. A beggar can be a hermit and, therefore, a spiritual petitioner, someone who trusts in the universe to provide.