If the clothes are white it symbolizes the righteousness of Christ, Rev. 3:5. If the clothes are spotted or soiled it symbolizes sin in a person’s life, Rev. 3:4. Dirty clothes symbolize dead works, Isa. 64:6
Clothes symbolise the façade we create for the outside world. They are also the protective layer we wear to keep warm. • Dreams involving clothes are related to our identities. The colours and condition of your dream clothes will symbolise how you feel about yourself or how others perceive you. • Clothes dreams often focus […]
To be burning rubbish signifies getting rid of concepts and ideas for which we no longer have any use. When we are burning books, we are perhaps being judgemental in our appreciation of knowledge and information.
If a dog is seen attacking and ripping a person’s clothes it means that his enemy will humiliate him. The humiliation will be equaled to the extent of the clothes it had ripped.
The clothes we wear in a dream can often depict the facade, or persona, we create for other people. We have certain roles that we adopt in response to others’ reactions. Clothes which others are wearing in our dreams can also set the scene for an acting out of some of the confrontations which take […]
Clothes can suggest spiritual protection. For instance, certain types of clothes will highlight roles and status. The priest’s habit or judges robes are two such examples.
Sacrificial fire and its attendant pain has many spiritual connotations. A funeral pyre suggests burning up or consuming that which is no longer spiritually necessary to us. A burning bush signifies divine knowledge imparted with passion.
To dream of seeing clothes soiled and torn, denotes that deceit will be practised to your harm. Beware of friendly dealings with strangers. For a woman to dream that her clothing is soiled or torn, her virtue will be dragged in the mire if she is not careful of her associates. Clean new clothes, denotes […]
Clothes often act as a form of protection, particularly against being touched. This protection may also be against having our real self violated. Clothes can also conceal or reveal: in covering up nudity they conceal our perceived imperfections and, by implication, disguise our sexuality.
If a person sees his clothes or part of his body on fir it implies that he will encounter some crises relating to his clothes or body. (This will be discussed in great detail in this book). If such a fire constitutes tongues of falme rising upwards it means harm will come to him from […]