Dry grass serves as a harbinger for receiving gold in the near future, Imaam Muhammad Bin Sireen (RA) used to refer to grass as pure gold. One, when he was presented with a camel load of dry grass, he looked at it for a long time, then said: “I wish I had seen this in […]
If a thorn-tree is seen in the dram, it means the observer of the dream will suffer some harm caused by some person. It could also be a forewarning of an impending calamity.
Twigs normally used to start a fire means that backbiting, tale-bearing and slandering will become rife amongst the people.
A staff such as the one used by a Khateeb when delivering a khutbah symbolises a dignified, trustworthy and reliable person who has leadership qualities and is worthy of being followed.
A bathroom or hot bath symbolizes grief caused by women. But since a person normally spends very little of his time in the bathroom it means his grief with be short-lived.
Urinating in a bathroom or removing hair with lime or any shaving cram is regarded as a good ream; If in misery, the observer will soon find relief from his misery; if in fear, he will soon find happiness; if grief-stricken, his grief will soon be removed; if he is ill, he will soon recover […]
Hot water suggest grief caused by a king, ruler or government authorities. The hotter the water the more intense the affliction. At times, hot water also symbolizes fear, consternation or sickness.
If the bucket used for drawing water is seen as broken it means the help he used to render to the people will cease. Sometimes the well is interpreted as cunningness, cheating, grief and sorrow.
Imaam Ja’far (RA) had been asked about a person who had dreamt that he is eating clouds and there are many clouds before. He replied that the person had seen a very blessed dram: he will become a man of great learning and by virtue of this he will assume sublimity amongst the people and […]
A burst of flame in the hand is interpreted as inuries caused to him by the king or ruler.