To dream that you are taking part in the Holy Communion, warns you that you will resign your independent opinions to gain some frivolous desire. If you dream that there is neither bread nor wine for the supper, you will find that you have suffered your ideas to be proselytized in vain, as you are […]
1. Counting or being aware of “blessings,” looking on the positive side of affairs. 2. Seeking greater spiritual enhancement or “communion.” 3. Reverse: a feeling of disappointment, possibly rejection, “outsider-ness.”
To dream of taking (or attending a) chuch communion represents a need to be appreciated by those you love.
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.
(Holy Book; Qur’anic recital) Reciting the Holy Qur’an in a dream means admonition to do good and to forbid evil. (Also see Qur’iinic recital)
Spiritually the quartet – a set of four similar things considered as one object – links with the quaternity, which signifies manifestation on the physical plane. The quaternity, from a theological perspective, is the holy trinity – father, son and holy ghost – plus the feminine principle of wisdom.
Visiting the Holy city of Medina, the city of God’s Prophet, upon whom be peace, in a dream means profits and blessings in this world. Standing at the door of the Sacred Mosque in Medina, or in front ofthe Blessed Chamber ofGod’s Prophet, upon whom be peace, in a dream means repenting from a sin […]
As a bird, the crane is a messenger of the gods. It allows communion with the gods and the ability to enter into higher states of consciousness. T’ai chi, a form of spiritual discipline, is said to symbolize a fight between a crane and a snake.
(Qur’an; The Last Revelation) In a dream, the Holy Book, or the Qur’an represents a king or a judge who deals with Islamic jurisprudence. If a king, a ruler, or a judge sees that the Holy Book does no longer exist, or if he sees it burning, or if its contents are washed away in […]
Normal blowing of wind without any sign of darkness heralds blessings and barakah as suggested by this verse of the Holy Qur’aan: And it is he (Allah) who sends the winds life heralds of glad tidings, going before His mercy. But if such winds resemble storms, typhoon etc. they suggest grief, sorrow and perplexities as […]