Islamic Dream Interpretation

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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ARROW

(see Weapons) Directional guidance, like a subliminal road map showing you the way to go. Watch where the arrow lands to see if you’re making or missing your mark. Power over, or empathy with, animals. In Greek mythology, Artemis carried arrows representing her dominion over the animal kingdom. Potentially a phallic symbol. The cherub carries […]

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ARMOR

(see Obstacles, Weapons) Vulnerability, or the need for protection. Being distant and unfeeling. Putting up barriers between yourself and the world so as not to get hurt. Please note that this can pertain to anything appearing in the dream that is armored, like a truck or tank. In Christianity, the armor of God that provides […]

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ANGEL

(see Authority Figures, Icons) A personal guide or guardian who either safeguards you in times of need or conveys important messages, most likely of a spiritual nature. Divine blessings and protection, especially if one covers you with its wings. In Christianity, angels are servants and messengers for God, often attending and defending believers in their […]

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ALMOND

(see Eating, Nuts) Generally symbolic of love and fertility. This association probably dates back to when almonds were a maternity charm. For example, the Greek god Attis was conceived with the aid of a magical almond. Ancient mid-Eastern: An emblem of femininity and the womb of the world due to its shape. This effectively carried […]

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ALTAR

(see Carcass, Church, Holy Ground, Monastery, Te?nple) The meeting of two worlds: religious and mundane. This is the place where traditionally the gods are honored, offerings get made, and many rituals take place. So, look beyond the altar to see what appears on it, and what occurs around it, for more insight. If a sacrifice […]

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ABBREVIATIONS

(see Punctuation, Writing) Initials for peoples’ names with whom you’ve had recent important According to ancient dream oracles, a portent of the initials for future friends, lovers, or meaningful acquaintances. Look to the rest of the dream for more clarification on which outcome best applies. Abbreviations for a well-known, easily recognized organization that has some […]

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BULL

(see Animal) A potent masculine nature evidencing itself. Stubbornness (e.g., being “bull headed”). Fertility. The Sumerians believed that the stomping hooves of a bull could bring nourishing rain to the land. Minoans also used bulls as a fertility emblem. Inventive inception. Zoroastrian priests (the Magi) taught that a slain bull’s soul became the germ of […]

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BOWL

(see Abyss, Basket, Cauldron, Chalice) Womanhood. In ancient Egypt, a symbol of the divine feminine principle and womb of origination. Generative force and creativity. Babylonians regarded the cosmos as the mixing bowl of the Areat Goddess. Cosmic powers and influences. Native Americans use an inverted bowl to represent the heavens, which are indirectly linked to […]

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BLUE

(see Color) Peace and happiness, especially in the form of a bird approaching you. Light (sky) blue: The color of awakening, promise, spirituality, sincerity, hope, and new beginnings. Dark, murky- blue: Depression or weariness. Indicative of a type of hands-on labor (e.g., “blue-collar worker”). Sea blue: Insight, emotions, and the ability to flow smoothly from […]

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