To dream that you see a newly made grave, you will have to suffer for the wrongdoings of others. If you visit a newly made grave, dangers of a serious nature is hanging over you. Grave is an unfortunate dream. Ill luck in business transactions will follow, also sickness is threatened. To dream of walking […]
(See Digging up the past; Grave)
(Blacksmith; Digging) Ajailer in a dream represents a grave digger.
Seeing oneself digging one’s own grave means one will build for oneself a house in that town or place.
If a person sees himself digging the grave of a dead person who is known to him it means he will follow in his footsteps in worldly as well as religious matters. If he is unknown to him, he will pursue a matter wherein he will not succeed.
To see a grave digger or excavator in the dream means death for the one who sees it provided any of the following happens; he pushes the grave digger away from his place; his animal tramples the grave digger, the grave digger falls on the ground; he himself is in the state of sakraat. But […]
To dream of digging can mean you’re trying to hide something from others, or a search for the answer to a problem. Digging straight down in the earth means you are trying to understand yourself better. Also see “Archaeology.”
A new grave is an unfortunate omen in a dream. If you dig a gravel you are trying to avoid punishment for a wrong that you have already committed. To see a person buried in the grave with the head exposed indicates that there is a disagreement between you and a person represented by that […]
(Element of earth; Dirt) In a dream, earth represents people, for they are created from the same element. Earth in a dream also means cattle, animals or the world. Dirt in a dream represents money, but it could also mean poverty. Digging the earth in a dream means digging a grave for a sick person. […]
Spiritually we need to have access to the characteristics of the unconscious. It will always take effort to uncover such aspects and this is symbolized by digging. Excavating, perhaps in the form of an archaeological or other professional type of digging, would suggest a more structured approach.