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Stick Shift Car dream interpretations
 

Stick Dream Explanation — The stick symbolizes a prestigious and honest man. His strength is commensurate with the consistency of the stick.



Car Dream Explanation — (Automobile; Carriage; Carrier; Coach; Lift; Litter; Transport; Vehicle; Wheels) In a dream, a car represents someone who properly manages his life, for a car is made from many well coordinated parts, and carries many things and transports them from one location to another. If one sees himself riding a litter that is carried by people in a dream, it means that he will preside over people or beget a son who will be elevated in rank. If a traveller sees a car in his dream, it means that his trip will take a slow turn and he will be delayed. A car in a dream also signifies dignity, honor, advancement and attainment. If one sees himself holding to a car or running after it in a dream, it means that he will lobby someone in authority and profit from him as much as his nearness to such a car. If one sees himself riding on a cargo vehicle in a dream, it means suffering from distress and sorrow. (Also see Carrier; Racing)




Car racing Dream Explanation — (See Racing)



Club Dream Explanation — Striking someone with a club or walking stick or any weapon that is bent like a walking stick means that the victim will be involved in some difficulty that causes injury and damage.



Beat Dream Explanation — • The one beaten in the dream will benefit from his assailant, unless he was beaten with a wooden stick, in which case it would mean that the said assailant will make a promise to the dreamer and fail to keep it.
• A king beating the dreamer with a piece of wood or a wooden stick: He will be dressed by that king.



Automobile Dream Explanation — (See Car)



Carriage Dream Explanation — (See Car)



Lift Dream Explanation — (See Car)



Vehicle Dream Explanation — (See Car)



Transportation Dream Explanation — (See Car; Driver)



Wheels Dream Explanation — (See Car; Wheel)



Coach Dream Explanation — (See Bear trainer; Car; Carriage house)



Litter Dream Explanation — (arb. Mahmal. See Car; Palanquin; Stretcher)



Racing Dream Explanation — (Car racing; Competition; Contest; Horse race; Pigeon racing) Racing on foot in a dream means activities, actions, accomplishments, workout, amusement, playfulness, idling, a vacation, or travelling without a purpose. If a sick person sees himself racing in a dream, it means his death. If a poor person sees himself racing in a dream, it means financial gains. If a traveller sees himself racing in a dream, it means returning to his home. Horse racing in a dream means indulging in what is forbidden, arrogance, self-deceit, or guaranteeing the success of what has no prospect of succeeding. Horse racing in a dream also could mean engaging in a dangerous adventure that could lead to one's death, corruption and divisiveness. Pigeon racing in a dream means sodomy. Car racing in a dream means exceeding the boundaries of safety, or crossing into the boundaries of danger.



Night guard Dream Explanation — Standing as a night guard in a dream means obeying Allah's commands and following the avenues of righteousness. If a sick person sees himself returning from his night guard shift in a dream, it means that he will recover from his illness.



Cargo Dream Explanation — (Load; Shipment) Receiving a shipment in a dream means a burden, impediments, an illness, affliction, uneasiness or anxiety. (Also see Car)



Driver Dream Explanation — (Transportation) In a dream, a driver signifies travels, a marketplace, a carrier, or driving toward good or evil for one who is intending that. (Also see Car; Carrier)



Jump Dream Explanation — • Jumping as high as the sky: Will reach Mecca (Makkah).
• Jumping on someone: Will defeat and crush such a person, because jumping symbolizes power and the power of a person resides in that person’s legs.
• Jumping from one spot to another:  (1) Condition will speedily improve.  (2) Will move from one place to another.
• Jumping far: Long journey.
• Jumping and floating in the air and moving at will, in whatever direction and to whatever length the dreamer wants:  (1) A beneficial trip.  (2) Triumph.  (3) Desires will be fulfilled.
• Failing to reach the desired destination: A change for the worse.
• Using a stick or a perch to jump: That stick or perch symbolizes an extremely powerful person or a strong asset on whom the dreamer could rely in whatever he aims for.
• Jumping to cross a river, a pit, or a well, et cetera, and succeeding: A change for the better and will be saved from some evil and reach the safe shore very quickly.
• Jumping but staying late in that jump till withering away: Will die.
• The dead jumping out of their graves and returning to their homes:  (1) Prisoners will be released.  (2) Plants will grow again after they were dead in that place.



Dyeing the Hair of the Head Dream Explanation — Dyeing the hair symbolises concealment and protection. Thus, if a person sees himself dyeing his hair it means that Allah will protect him from the evil consequences of what he intends to do. But if the dye does not stick to his hair, it means he will not be granted protection.



Dust Dream Explanation — In a dream, dust signifies money. Seeing a cloud of dust in a dream means a mysterious happening no one knows how to get out of it. Washing one's hands from dust in a dream means becoming poor. Dust that accumulates after a rainstorm or a thunderstorm and lightning in a dream means drought or adversities. A cloud of dust which is produced from a brisk movement of a car or a horse in a dream means controlling one's affairs, indulging in falsehood or enticing trouble. Dusting one's store and throwing the dirt on the sidewalk in a dream means business losses. If a merchant sees his merchandises covered with dust in a dream, it means depression and unsalability of his merchandise. (Also see Specs of dust)



 
 

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