Dreaming of a father symbolizes authority and discipline, while a dream of a mother symbolize love and protection – depending, of course, on how the dreamer felt about his or her parents. If the parents are still living, perhaps you need to contact them. If the parents have passed on, then they could be bringing […]
Dreams of parents are seen in many different ways by different people. These interpretations range from unresolved conflicts with either or both parents, to unresolved conflicts with the male and female aspects of yourself. The interpretation will depend on what other aspects were involved in the dream, and how you feel about your parents, in […]
1. Anger at aspects of self represented by parents (e.G., Nurturing mother, overprotective father). 2. Repressed anger at parents or parental ﬁgures. 3. Desire for a quiet life.
If we consider that to live is to use energy effectively, any image in dreams that highlights this, constitutes a reminder. Live ammunition, for instance, suggests that care and control of danger is necessary.
(Fledgling; Nestling) A fledgling crow in a dream represents poverty, need, separation from one’s parents and segregation from one’s relatives or clan. If one is experiencing such adverse conditions in wakefulness, then seeing a fledgling crow in a dream means satisfaction of one’s needs and reunion with his family. When the egg hatches and the […]
When something is live it is full of – perhaps unspent – spiritual energy. Considering such energy may alter our perception of the life we live.
To see your parents looking cheerful while dreaming, denotes harmony and pleasant associates. If they appear to you after they are dead, it is a warning of approaching trouble, and you should be particular of your dealings. To see them while they are living, and they seem to be in your home and happy, denotes […]
Whoever reads it will repent for his sins and no child of his will live, for Allah Says; He does not beget nor is he begotten. Some Ulama say that its recitation in the dream is an indication that the reader will be amuwahhid (ie monotheist). Moreover, he will have a son who will live […]
The space you are allowing yourself to live and operate in. Have you separated yourself into different compartments? You are living one life right now, but you may be trying to live two or more separate lives in one.
One of the requirements of spiritual advancement is that we learn to live in the present (literally the pre-sent). We need to be able to take advantage of anything that life offers us – to use it for ourselves, but also to recognize that it has relevance for other people and can affect the way […]