Criminal activity offends against both personal integrity and the laws of society. When we consider the other aspects of the dream scenario we will appreciate any adjustments which need to be made in our everyday activities.
Dreaming of biting into a piece of fruit or other food indicates that you will soon take hold of a long-term problem and bring it to a resolution. Dreaming of biting someone you know is usually a wish-fulfillment dream, expressing anger, either overt or repressed, toward that person and a desire to punish him or […]
To be on parole indicates that there is some way in which we feel we have offended against natural laws. When we give someone else parole we are aware that we can trust them to act with honour.
When our emotions are called into question, we can find that an appropriate way of operating is offered in dreams. We work according to unwritten laws that are correct for us. The law in the guise of a policeman is an aspect of a higher authority there to give guidance.
(Business) Returning a merchandise to the merchant in a dream represents a highway robber, a thief, obstructing the trade, delaying a traveller, failing to observe the laws, or being careless about violating the law.
To dream of entering strange premises and have a bulldog attack you, you will be in danger of transgressing the laws of your country by using perjury to obtain your desires. If one meets you in a friendly way, you will rise in life, regardless of adverse criticisms and seditious interference of enemies. See Dog.
(Agreement; Consent) Consenting to obey God’s commands in a dream or conformance with the divine laws in a dream means love for one’s brethren, associating with the righteous ones and renouncing the fellowship of evil companions.
Tearing or destroying the Holy Qur’aan means he is guilty of negating the Holy Qur’aan. Eating its pages means he is making fun of it; he has no regard for its laws; he treats it with contempt.
Any aspect of the law appearing in dreams is as much to do with our own code of behaviour in waking life as with ‘the law’ in the sense of authority. In dreams, our own internal sense of justice tends to take precedence over the laws of society.
There are times when we need to be told what to do, or perhaps to have somebody who is more powerful than we are take control within our lives. A magistrate in everyday life imposes the laws of society for the good of the community in which we live. A judgement must be made as […]