In a dream, pounding one’s head, or smiting one’s face means begetting a son at an old age.
Shacking one’s head in a dream means begetting a son at an old age.
In a dream, rumbling of one’s stomach means a family dispute, an argument, or an antagonistic competition between relatives.
In a dream, the return of one’s soul back to its Lord means remitting a trust to its rightful owner, the recovery of a sick person from his illness, the release of a prisoner from jail, or perhaps it could represent the reunion of beloveds.
Pounding one’s head, or smiting one’s forehead, or shaking one’s head in a dream means begetting a son at an advanced age.
Leaving one’s body in a dream means that changes will take place in one’s status, marriage, or property.
In a dream, interlocking one’s hands means a partnership, a contract, marriage, stagnation, stillness of business, delinquency in one’s prayers, negligence of one’s duties, difficulties with one’s family, or a meeting that purports evil.
Fulfilling one’s goal in a dream means increase in knowl- edge, guidance on the path of God Almighty, earning lawful money, marriage or becoming wealthy.
If one’s sins are forgiven in a dream, it means receiving guidance, abstinence from sin, protecting one’s chastity, hoping for God’s forgiveness, engaging in charitable actions and offering atonements.
Cracking one’s fingers in a dream means exchanging bad words between relatives, being sarcastic, or making fun of others.
If a sick person sees himself suppressing his feel- ings, or down-playing his pain and sufferings in a dream, it means that he will shortly recover from his ailment.
Suppressing one’s anger in a dream means having good qualities, receiving a commendation, blessings, doing good for those who appreciate and those who do not appreciate good favors.