Cucumbers, turnips and other greens symbolise meager sustenance which the observer will acquire after experiencing grief and fear. At times, it could also mean that one’s grief and sorrow will intensify and the obtaining of rizq will prolong. The same is the interpretation of coconut, onion, leek, garlic, ginger, carrots, radish etc.
The carrying of stones, rocks and mountains means one will be made to carry great burdens by people who are hard and cruel.
If a person sees himself as having boarded a vessel which is sea-bounded or merely cruising on water it suggest that he will become entangled with the king or authorities carrying out an investigation on him. The seriousness of the investigation will depend on the capacity of the vessel. Ultimately he will be liberated from […]
Collection or carrying ashes in the dream means that the person doing so is presently engaged in acquiring futile and worthless knowledge.
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 reported that a person came to Imaam Muhammad bin Sireen (RA) and said: “O Imaam! I dreamt that I was proclaiming the athaan!” The Imaam interpreted the dream thus: “Your hands shall be amputated (through stealing)”. Then came another person who related a similar dream. The Imaam interpreted his dream thus. : “You […]
If a person sees his donkey as weak, unable to walk or carrying a burden or walk uphill it means he will become unprosperous.
A horse meant for carrying burden symbolises a person’s fortune and luck.
If a person sees himself as throwing away his bow it means he will lose his respectability and honour. Some say he will undertake a journey and will return safely if the bow-string doe not break. If it breaks he will remain at his destination.
if other weapons are seen together with a spear it symbolises power and superiority and that his instructions will be carried out. If no other weapons are seen with a spear then provided the spear has a point, a son or brother will be born in his home. And if it has no point then […]