1. Adaptability to change. 2. To feel a need for vigilance, to be “on guard.” 3. A need or desire for conﬁdence, to be free of anxieties.
TigerOne bound by strife, contending for superiority; research the colors, “orange” and “black”
Tiger1. Strength and readiness, possibly to strike. 2. An individual with bad intent, hostility, meaning harm. 3. A spirit guide, often representing feminine energy, physical prowess. 4. Feelings of being overwhelmed—often by anger, likely by passion.
TigerFor many non-Christians a tiger is symbolic of strength, good character, and solitude. A tiger can also be a manifestation of a spiritual enemy in someone’s life attempting to stalk and devour them
TigerA tiger is symbolic of fear or torment because of a personal problem that involves a disappointment. See Animals.
TigerThis large and very beautiful cat can symbolize femininity, power, anger, unforgiving vengeance, great force, and cunning. Tigers cannot be ignored, and usually they get exactly what they go after. Consider all of these characteristics and try to see if they apply to your or anyone else’s current mood or…
TigerThe dream of an enemy; to escape is well, otherwise the dream augurs ruin (Raphael).
TigerDreaming of tigers symbolizes femininity, power, anger, unforgiving vengeance, great force and cunning. Tigers can not be ignored, and usually they get exactly what they go after.
TigerIt symbolises a powerful and dangerous enemy. Fighting with one means one will fight an enemy with great strength and power.
Riding a TigerOne will attain dignity, honour and happiness. A strong and powerful opponent will be subdued.
Drinking Tiger MilkIt means profound grief and sorrow.
The Meat, Skin and Limbs of a TigerThese are riches a person will acquire from some powerful enemy.
Bulls-EyeMaking the mark; right on target
Eye GlassesWisdom, unless upside-down or dark; research the color and any unusual appearance
Cataract (Eye)One needs help to see something clearly.
EyeSymbolic of watching, seeing, or knowing, Prov. 15:3. Large eyes are symbolic of seeing everything
Eye ShadowSymbolic of arousal and sexuality, Jer. 4:30
EyeThe way something or things are seen.Are you watching something too closely or do you need to watch something more closely?You could feel as though every move you make is being watched.Think about repatterning this concern unless you are being watched by someone you know of.Then you can repattern that…
EyeTraditionally, if the eyes are beautiful they represent peace. Closed eyes are said to represent fear and an unwillingness to see clearly. Crossed eyes may be a subconscious warning about someone’s character or integrity. In general, eyes represent perception and self examination. If you injure your eyes, worry about them,…
The EyeIt symbolises his Deen and his rightful conduct. The same applies to his ability to see. Any defect in the eye or the faculty of sight bespeaks of similar defect in his Deen. Any excellence in the eye or the faculty of sight bespeaks of similar excellence in his Deen.
Applying Kuhl or Surma to the EyeApplying surma to the eyes suggest the observer’s rightful conduct in matters of his Deen. Applying surma in the eyes with the object of adornment suggest that the observer will accomplish a religious task as a result of which he will enjoy credibility amongst the people. Sometimes a person’s eye…