If you dreamed of spilling powder, or something being crushed into powder, it suggests that you are in a state of mental turmoil due to conflicting advice concerning an important decision. Get away by yourself and give your instincts a chance to work it out. If you have any serious doubts about your ability to […]
To see powder in your dreams, denotes unscrupulous people are dealing with you. You may detect them through watchfulness.
A small transgression effects one’s good reputation, as a little baking powder effects all of the dough
Represents a christian influence, because it has no leaven, a symbol of sin; see “baking powder”
(Drug; Inkwell) Taking medicine in a dream means correcting oneself, or it could mean fulfilling one’s religious obligations. Ifone takes a medicine for his illness in a dream, it means that he will correct his conduct. If it denotes knowledge in the dream, it means that he will benefit from what he learns and accepts […]
In a dream, a kohl jar represents a woman who serves others, advises them in managing their finances and teaches women about their religious and spiritual role. One’s eyes in a dream represent his religious standing while the kohl is used to beautify them or as a cure. Putting the kohl brush or stick inside […]
Perfuming oneself with sweet incense in a dream means having a good friendship. An incense burner or holder in a dream represents a certitude that is praiseworthy. Perfume in a dream basically means good, though to a bedridden person it means death. This category includes amber, henna plant (Lawsonia inermis, bot.), or fumigating oneself with […]
(Aroma; Perfume; Stigma) In a dream, If dried saffron does not stain the skin or a gown, then it represents lauding someone, commending him, or speaking good of someone. If its color does stain the skin or one’s gown in the dream, then it represents an illness. Grinding the dried purple saffron flowers in a […]
See “baking powder”
1. Wealth and good fortune. 2. Portions of personality— usually negative or mischievous, sometimes sexual. 3. Falseness, deception, sometimes self-deception (as in the “devil assumes a pleasing shape”). 4. Repressed guilt.