A book, particularly a sacred one such as the bible or koran, signifies hidden or sacred knowledge. Any religious book in dreams presupposes some kind of spiritual realization or some knowledge gained. It represents our need to look into the realms of sacred or arcane knowledge or for reassurance that we are going in the […]
An obelisk is often representative of a sacred stone, a marker outlining a particular area such as a sacred space, helping us to be clear regarding our spiritual beliefs or marking a particularly sacred area within which it is safe to practise our spiritual beliefs.
On a more mundane level, as these processes of integration are taking place we will often dream of marriage. In previous times, the sexual act was seen as symbolizing the union of the sacred and the secular. The concept of the sacred marriage or sacred love ceremony originated with the ancients, who enacted annual ceremonies […]
A keepsake in the spiritual sense is an object which, because of the high regard the owner has for it, is sacred. It will probably have been blessed in some way and when it appears in dreams highlights its sacred nature.
The forge represents the sacred fire or spirit that resides in all of us. This is an idea common in many cultures, the power or ability to transmute that which is base and unformed into something sacred.
To see a praying mantis in your dream suggests that you are in a destructive relationship. It may also indicate that you are preying on others.
To dream that you are praying means you need to learn to let go of your worries and trust that things will work out okay in the end.
(Pavilion; Tent) Setting up a pavilion in the open air to sit under it in a dream means gaining power and dominion. A canopy in a dream also means visiting the graves of martyrs and praying for them, or to die in their state. Folding a canopy in a dream means losing one’s power and […]
A dream of joy and pleasure; out of season, grief; to eat, loss of fortune; dry figs signify the slipping away of wealth, but success in married life (Gypsy). In sacred symbolism they denote prosperity (Smith). They were held as sacred by the Romans, a symbol of fruitfulness and life, also an erotic symbol.
If angels are seen in mosques it means that due to the religious shortcomings of the people of that town, the angels are commanding them to engage in dua, salaah, charity and sincere repentance. If angels are seen in the marketplace it means they are prohibiting the people from dishonesty in measure and weight. And […]