Islamic Interpretation of Dreams (Ibn-i Sirin): (God’s prophet Noah, upon whom be peace.) In a dream, God’s prophet Noah (uwbp) represents longevity, adversities, sufferings, triumph, children from a disgraceful wife, though one will remain content and grateful to God Almighty for His gift. It is said that one who sees the prophet Noah (uwbp) in a dream will become a scholar, an assiduous worshipper and an obedient servant who exercises patience… [...]


Islamic Interpretation of Dreams (Ibn-i Sirin): (Pearls) In a dream, cold tears mean happiness while warm tears mean sadness. Running tears over one’s cheeks without crying in a dream mean slander that carries weight. Guarded tears in someone’s eyes that do not flow over his cheeks in a dream mean storing illegal money, or disguising the unlawful source of one’s income which one’s adversaries will eventually unveil or expose. If such tears are f… [...]


To see triplets in your dream, foretells that you will have success in situations where you expected failure. If you dreamed of giving birth to triplets, you will succeed in business and wealth, but have troubles in love. To hear or see crying triplets in your dream, signifies the happy end of a disagreement…. [...]


To dream of seeing triplets, foretells success in affairs where failure was feared. For a man to dream that his wife has them, signifies a pleasant termination to some affair which has been long in dispute. To hear newly-born triplets crying, signifies disagreements which will be hastily reconciled to your pleasure. For a young woman to dream that she has triplets, denotes that she will suffer loss and disappointment in love, but will succeed to… [...]


Islamic Interpretation of Dreams (Ibn-i Sirin): In a dream, the human voice represents one’s reputation or fame, and its strength or weakness reflects one’s state of mind or the condition of his health. Raising one’s voice in a dream means unjustly presiding over a crowd of people. Hearing a human voice in a dream means chairing an important responsibility. If the human voice emanates from an animal in the dream, it denotes great benefits and pa… [...]

Tear / Tears / Torn

(Material aspects) Tears in dreams can indicate an emotional release and a cleansing. If we are crying we may not feel we are able to give way to emotion in everyday life, but can do so in the safe scenario of a dream. If we dream of someone we know in tears we perhaps need to look at our own conduct to see if it is appropriate. If we do not know them then we have offended against our own code of behaviour…. [...]

Tear / Tears / Torn

(Psychological / emotional perspective) To dream of being in tears and then to wake up and discover that we are actually crying, suggests that some hurt or trauma has come sufficiently close to the surface to enable us to deal with it on a conscious level. To interpret tearing something up in dreams will depend on whether the action is destructive or one of division in order to share. If the article is already torn, then there is an aspect of ou… [...]


Islamic Interpretation of Dreams (Ibn-i Sirin): (Brook; Creek; Irrigation; Rivulet; Watering) In a dream, a stream represents the course of one’s livelihood, his source of income, his shop, his trade, travels and the like interests. A stream in a dream also could mean festering wounds, waterskin, watering irrigation, the resting area on the highway, one’s throat which is the watering access of his body, or it could represent life ifit is public… [...]


Islamic Interpretation of Dreams (Ibn-i Sirin): (Wax-chandler) In a dream, a chandler represents festivities, joy, happiness, death, illness, guidance, knowledge, desire, or crying…. [...]


If you dreamed of tearing up something that doesn’t belong to you, you will have a period of bad luck. To see or find something of your torn up is a good sign, meaning you will have an unexpected triumph or gain. For tears, see “Crying”…. [...]