To see a person’s head in your dream, and it is well-shaped and prominent, you will meet persons of power and vast influence who will lend you aid in enterprises of importance. If you dream of your own head, you are threatened with nervous or brain trouble. To see a head severed from its trunk, […]
The head is considered to be the principle part of the body. Because it is the seat of the life force, it denotes power and wisdom. Dreaming of the head suggests that we should look very carefully at the way we deal with both intelligence and folly. To dream of the head being bowed suggests […]
The significance of a dream featuring the head, will also depend on the other details of the dream. But as a general guide, here are some interpretations: A disembodied head predicts a new situation in which you will have to stay calm and “use your head.” A small, narrow, or pointed head indicates more work […]
In injury is inflicted on someone, the injured person will be harmed by the one inflicting the injury and he will be humiliated to the extent of the wound.
To dream of something being on your head can be symbolic of God’s blessing or a curse, Prov. 10:6. The head is also symbolic of a wise and honorable person, Isa. 9:15. A faceless head can symbolize the flesh and humanity
Imam Jafar al-Sadiq: A vision of a head is indicative of 12 sides: leader, big group & father, mother, Imam, prince, scholar, wealth, child, boy, young girl, woman.
(Who could be one of the dreamer’s own children) dreaming of a child gives us access to our own inner child. We all have parts of ourselves that are still child-like and curious. When we are able to get in touch with that side of ourselves we give ourselves permission to return to a state […]
The child within, days gone by and memories.Children are under the care of an adult.Generally you are both child and adult, but not always.When shown a particular adult with a child, take note of how the adult treats the child.Could this be the way you are treating the child within you?
1. Concerns over appearances, surface or superﬁcial aspects. 2. Wordplay on drunkenness. 3. Family or domestic arrangements (note condition of plaster). 4. Indicates healing, often of a physical injury or an emotional injury like an insult.
The head represents the observer’s leader or patron. This could well be his father, brother, employer, chief, husband, king etc. Thus, any defect in the head points to a similar defect in the leader or patron. Sometimes, the head represents a persons’ capital.