1. Great sorrow. 2. Use extreme caution in activities, a possible message to avoid careless injury (to be bleeding).
1. A fork in the road. 2. A bird’s foot.
(Dismembering) If one sees himself being cut into pieces or dismembered in a dream, it means that the person inflicting such cuts will rule over him. (Also see Wound; Bleeding; Injury)
Toes in a dream represent good deeds. (Also see Body’; Foot)
To see your veins in a dream, insures you against slander, if they are normal. To see them bleeding, denotes that you will have a great sorrow from which there will be no escape. To see them swollen, you will rise hastily to distinction and places of trust.
For some cultures, to dream of the feet may symbolize divine qualities since the feet are considered the holiest part of the body. They signify taking responsibility and are the anchor or foundation in life, that which roots or grounds you. The foot also represents your whole being and is a reflection of your persona.
Internal bleeding in a dream means financial losses, or it may imply sufferingfrom the consequences of people’s interference in his life. However, one will end by receiving financial compensation for pain and suffering. Ifone sees himself wounded and that his attacker is smeared with his blood in the dream, it meansthat he maycommit a sin, […]
(arb. Sirat) This is the bridge people have to walk on after the Day of Resurrection to meet their Lord on the Day of Judgement. The ease of crossing it depends on the weight of deeds one is carrying. Some cross like lightening, while others have to carry their burdens and move at varying paste. […]
In a dream, blood represents unlawful or illegal money, or an evil act that will emanate from the person seeing the dream. If one sees himself dragging his feet through puddles of blood in a dream, it means that he will finance his business from unlawfully earned money, profit from an illegal business or commit […]
1. Independence, personal mobility. 2. Stability (as in “both feet on the ground”). 3. Regret over communication or deed (as in “foot in mouth”). 4. Illness in another part of the body.