Imam Jafar al-Sadiq: Whoever sees himself burning in the fire, then it indicates preventing the zakat, and perhaps there is work concerning him.
Accepting something from the dead is regarded as good while giving him something is regarded as bad. If a person sees a dead person giving him something of this world it mean he will acquire livelihood from an unimaginable source. And if he sees himself giving a dead person clothes normally worn by living persons […]
(Carbonize; Charcoal; Fuel) Burning coal in a dream means immediate earnings or a ready to fill order for one’s merchandise. If one can benefit from it in his dream, it means easy benefits or receiving jewelry as a gift, or having a type of work in which one needs to use coal. Seeing burning coal […]
1. Consuming passion. 2. Worries and fears (house or other structure burning). 3. Release, cleansing, a form of catharsis— often emotional, frequently sexual.
(arb. Aloe perfume; Civet; Incense burning ‘Ud) Aloe or ‘Ud wood chips or incense sticks in a dream represent a vocative and an articulate person who has a praiseworthy reputation. Carrying a chip of ‘Ud or aloe incense in a dream means finding a lost object, or hearing comforting words. Smelling the fragrance of ‘Ud […]
In a dream, a perfume salesman represents a gnostic, an ascetic, a devout worshiper, or a man of letters. Anyone who sits with him will carry some fragrance of his perfumes, or learn about an etiquette, adopt good manners, learn something about his arts, enjoy a happy surrounding, or earn praises, except if the perfume […]
Donning of red clothes is suggestive of a person’s popularity.
Seeing old clothes means the viewer of such a dream has a short life span.
Joined clothes, if they are soiled, means the one who wears them will become poor and needy.
A heap or stack of patched clothes symbolises extreme poverty and indigence.