Colour affirms the existence of light. In spiritual terms, red is the colour of self-image and sexuality, orange is relationship – both with ourselves and others. Yellow is the emotional self, green is self-awareness and blue is self-expression and wisdom. Indigo is the colour of creativity, while violet depicts cosmic responsibility. Pure white suggests absolute […]
Colour is a vital part of symbolism, dream and otherwise. By learning to work with our own colour spectrum, particularly in the dream state, we can maintain and enhance our physical wellbeing. This is partly to do with the vibratory frequency which each individual colour has, and partly to do with tradition. Experiments have been […]
To dream of putting on your shirt, is a sign that you will estrange yourself from your sweetheart by your faithless conduct. To lose your shirt, augurs disgrace in business or love. A torn shirt, represents misfortune and miserable surroundings. A soiled shirt, denotes that contagious diseases will confront you.
To dream of a shirt, symbolizes your emotions or some emotional situation in your life. The shirt you wear reveals your attitudes and awareness about a particular situation – so consider the shirt’s condition (ripped or neat, dirty or clean) and you will get a clue to your own feelings about something. To dream that […]
1. How it looks is reﬂective of one’s inner persona. 2. If one gives a shirt to someone it may represent a large gift (“the shirt off one’s back”).
A torn shirt denotes slander; to tear it yourself, indiscretion; a whole and good shirt is a dream of succesi (Gypsy).
A shirt can suggest appropriate action; correct for the occasion or casual, more relaxed. Wearing a hair shirt denotes grief and penitence.
(Blouse) One’s shirt in a dream represents his piety, godliness, livelihood, knowledge, or it could mean glad tidings. Putting on a new shirt in a dream means marriage to a woman who has no relatives or kin. If a woman puts on a shirt or a blouse in a dream, it also means her marriage. […]
Orange ,s if many, they symbolise lawful wealth. If only three or less, they symbolise righteous children. There is no harm in seeing the yellow portion of an orange.
A Shirt or kurtah symbioses the Deenbi and worldly life of the dreamer. The longer the shirt or kurtah the greater his involvement in Deen and worldly matters.