It is a glad tiding that his good deeds a re accepted by Allah Ta’ala and that he will attain popularity, credibility and dignity in this world as a result of his good actions. At other times seeds may be interpreted as one’s children on condition that the field wherein the seeds are sewn is […]
Seeing dough in one’s dream heralds many children whom the observer will father. If he owns fruit trees, it means the trees will bear fruit in abundance.
If a person sees himself kneading dough it means he will father a great many children and his trees will bear excessive fruit and his land will yield plentiful food-but after much toiling and hard work.
Orange ,s if many, they symbolise lawful wealth. If only three or less, they symbolise righteous children. There is no harm in seeing the yellow portion of an orange.
The timber with which doorframes and lintels are made represent one’s children. If two sides of a doorframe is seen broken, it means his two daughters will die. But if he has more than two daughters, it means all of them will get married, thereby leave his home permanently to live with their husbands.
A tumbler or glass symbolizes one’s wife and the water symbolizes a son provided one does not drink the water. If a person sees himself as watering an orchard or irrigating a land from the water contained in such a tumbler, it means his matrimonial life will be one of happiness and prosperity. The, if […]
It is related that a man came to Ja’far As-saadiq (RA) and said: “ I dreamt that Allah gave me a piece of iron and a sip of vinegar. What is the Interpretation of this dream?” The Imaam replied: “Iron depicts hardships, for Allah says in Qur’aan : And we have sent iron wherein is […]
They represent his children whose numbers depend on the numbers he had seen.
If a person sees himself as wearing earrings it means he will commit to memory the Holy Qur’aan, acquire Islamic knowledge and learn such ilm through which he will become a celebrity amongst the people. For a woman, the mere seeing of earrings represent her husband and children.
If its quantity is known it symbolises women, children and servants. If it is so much that its quantity is not known it symbolises the Holy Qur’aan, religious knowledge, tasbeeh and thikr of Allah Ta’ala.