Islamic Dream Interpretation | Dream interpretation requires vast knowledge, clear perception, and sensitivity. Such knowledge must be based on the fundamentals of one’s religion, inner spiritual values, moral and cultural traditions. The beginner in this field must know that there are two types of dreams: one type that comes from God Almighty, and the second type […]
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(see Angel, Icons, Professor, Priest / Priestess) Your relationship to your boss or anyone in authority, as you perceive it. The Higher Self or embodiment of your conscious self, and your interactions with same (or lack thereof). How is this individual acting? If overbearing, perhaps you or someone you know is being too “bossy.” A […]
Recognition or acceptance that you deserve to be honored for special efforts that you’ve made. A nudge from the subconscious reminding you to award yourself for hard work and unselfish deeds. Many people are hesitant to give themselves that pat on the back, but it’s very healthy.
(see Weapons) Cutting yourself off or away from someone or something (see Knife). Fear of losing one’s job (e.g., “getting the axe”). Two-headed axe (the Labrys): Duality. A choice or situation that has two distinct edges, one of which may not be known. It can also be a symbol of feminine power. Being executed by: […]
Ashes are generally a negative emblem, being all that remains of a devastating. Bitter changes, unsuccessful deals, heated emotions, and nonproductive arguments are all examples of what the ashes may represent. Victorian: Ashes from one’s hearth could be used to fertilize the land or bring love into the home. What in vour life needs feeding […]
Ancient Druids regarded ash as a tree of well-being and perspicacity, and they used it for making their magical wands. Dreaming of sitting beneath or near an ash tree can symbolize growing intuition, or perhaps a calling to follow a Druidical path spiritually. The Norse honored the ash as being the World Tree in their […]
(see Building) Edgar Cayce and several other dream interpreters believed this portion of a house represents your head or the mind. So, the condition of the attic is important to the dream’s overall meaning. For example, an orderly attic symbolizes well-ordered thoughts and hopes. One cluttered with antiques may reveal someone whose thoughts are too […]
(see Canvas) A reflection of what you hope to create with your artistic talents. What medium does the art use, and is it one that you’ve tried? If not, it may be worth exploring that avenue. In many cases, the art portrays feelings about a specific person or scenario. For example, dreaming of the Venus […]
(see Monastery, Mountain, Temple) A life or period of serious contemplation. Someone who denies her himself and worldly needs, possibly to a dangerous extreme. A renewed religious focus growing in your life. The need to evaluate what things or possessions are, and are not, truly important.