Islamic Interpretation of Dreams (Ibn-i Sirin):
(Balance; Beauty; Capital; Craft; Death; Father; Knowledge; Life; Measuring cup; Oven; Parents; Teacher; Tent) In a dream, the head represents leadership, presidency, or oneâs capital.
If oneâs head looks bigger than usual in the dream, then it represents his father, or it could mean rising in rank and receiving honor.
If oneâs head looks smaller in the dream, it means loss of respect, rank and honor.
If an intelligent person sees his head smaller in a dream, it means that he will turn to ignorance, or perhaps lose his job.
Seeing oneself in a dream having two or three heads means victory over oneâs enemy, wealth for a poor person, blessed children for a rich person, marriage for an unwed person, or attainment of oneâs goal.
Seeing oneself in a dream without a head cover means disobedience to oneâs superior.
If one sees his head down, or hanging loose in a dream, it means confessing to oneâs wrongdoing, or experiencing a long life of humiliation and striving to please someone.
If oneâs head is fixed backward in a dream, it means delays in attaining his goals, hindrance of oneâs travel plans, or it could represent someoneâs return from a business trip slowly and without greed.
If one sees his head severed without beheading in a dream, it means that he will shortly die, or it could mean his freedom.
Seeing oneâs head turning into a lionâs head in a dream, it means that he will rule and prosper.
If it turns into a sheepâs head in the dream, it means that he will be just and equitable.
If it turns into a donkeyâs head in a dream, it means that he will revert to ignorance.
If it turns into a dogâs head, a donkeyâs head, or a horseâs head, or any of the domesticated animals in a dream, it means toiling and hardships.
If it turns into a birdâs head in a dream, it means that he travels a lot.
If it turns into an elephantâs head, or a wolfs head, or a tigerâs head in a dream, it means that he is looking to do things beyond his means, though he will still benefit from his ambition.
If oneâs head is hit with a stone in a dream, it means that he neglects to perform his night prayers before sleeping.
If one contracts any pain in his head or neck in a dream, it means an illness.
If one sees his head anointed with fragrances or oils in a dream, it represents his good endeavors and piety. Eating someoneâs head raw in a dream means backbiting him. Eating it cooked in a dream means steeling money from him if he recognizes him. Otherwise, it means steeling from oneâs own property or share. Holding oneâs head between oneâs hands in a dream means reorganization of oneâs debts.
Seeing someoneâs head on a tray drenched with blood in a dream represents the head of a leader who lies, or who is lied to. Blood in a dream means lies or falsehood.
A turban in a dream represents a crown or a flying ship. Oneâs head in a dream also represents knowledge, wisdom, respect, children, followers, or money. Losing oneâs head in a dream means carelessness, heedlessness, or inability to properly manage oneâs interests. Cutting off oneâs own head in a dream means committing suicide, severing oneâs connection with oneâs family, or betraying oneâs father or teacher. Looking at oneâs own head in a dream means examining oneâs investment or capital worth.
Seeing cattle heads gathered somewhere in a dream means profits.
If one sees a king beheading him in a dream, it means that Allah Almighty will cleanse him from his sins and dispel his agonies and distress.
If a money changer loses his head in a dream, it means that he may go bankrupt.
(Also see Body)