Interpretation according to the Contrasting meaning of Things

Seeing oneself as weeping will be interpreted as joy and happiness as long as such weeping is not done with sound, screaming or tearing one’s collar to pieces as when mourning. One the contrary joy, happiness, merry-making, laughter, dancing etc. will be interpreted as grief and sorrow Similarly, if two persons are seen fighting in […]

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Jewellry Worn by Women

if they are made from gold or silver they symbolise a pleasant life and embellishment for the women, But if they are one or two ankle-rings or bracelets then they represent her husband, brother or father. The same is the interpretation of a crown although according to some, it presents a king or ruler.

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Wearing Bracelets

If a person sees himself as wearing two bracelets, he will find himself in straitened circumstances and will face some unpleasant conditions.

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Ankle-rings

If a person sees himself as having worn one or two ankle-rings, he will be faced with hardships, fear, imprisonment and the like.

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Wearing a pearl Necklace

If a person sees himself wearing a necklace made of pearls, it means he will commit the Holy Qur’aan to memory and he will become trustworthy and Allah-fearing. He will be a person with a huge family. He will be held in high esteem by men and women alike. The more strings there are to […]

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A True Incident

Imaam Muhammad bin Sireen (RA) was approached by a person who said that he saw a very shameful and disturbing dream and that he was ashamed to reveal it because of its nature. The Imaam asked him to write down the dream on a sheet of paper. He wrote that he had been away from […]

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Bleeding

If a person sees himself as a mediator between two groups of people it means he will reach some agreement with his opposition provided the person acting as the mediator does not see blood oozing from his body. Otherwise there is no good to be expected. The same dream could also mean that there is […]

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Fingers

They symbolise his borther’s and sister’s chidren (ie. Nephews and nieces ). At other times they symbolise the five daily salaah. Thus, if any defects are seen in a persons’ fingers, it is suggestive of similar short comings in his salaah; or it forewarns mishaps regarding his nephews or nieces-depending entirely on which of the […]

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Neck

A long neck symbolises trust (amaanat) and the Deen of Islam and the upholding of these two. A short neck will natureally imply a person’s weakness and inability in upholding them.

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