Crossing a river or stream suggests relief from grief, sorrow and fear. But if such a river or stream contain mud, filth or continues to swell, it suggest the observer of the dram will break off his relationship with his neighbour, son or an intimate friend and establish new relations with someone else. In spite […]
If symbolises some unpleasant matter caused by his brother or friend. If it is made of silver the matter will be less unpleasant and it will disappear in a short period of time.
If a person sees his hand being amputated, it suggest that either his brother or his friend will die; or his partner will dissolve his partnership with the observer. The above will only be true if the observer did not pick up the amputated limb. But if he did, it suggest that a brother or […]
Its reader will praise his family members; he will be granted longevity; and he will be very cunning to his friends.
It should be noted that when relating a dream it should be done without adding anything to it or subtracting anything from it. For, if a person does this he spoils and corrupts the dream. Moreover, Rasoolullah (Sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) has strongly prohibited anyone from doing this. His also reported as saying that anyone who […]
Represents a friends or a king or his minister. And if a person sees himself sitting which the pupils or students in the madrasah it means he will live long and reach a good old age.
One who has many friends, relatives and acquaintances. *(A cup-bearer is a person who fills and serves the wine cups, as in a king’s palace-Collins Concise Eng. Dic.)
It represents a timid and weak thief who has no friends and helpers.
it symbolises a thief who is crafty, sly and deceitful. Neither does his enemies nor his friends feel safe with him around.
A dog symbolises a person’s enemy whose enmity hasn’t reached its peak and he will soon become his friend. He is also malicious and of mean character and conduct.