(Forearm; Limb; Member; Wing) One’s two arms in a dream represent his two brothers. his two close friends, two sons or partners. Ifone sees a person with short arms in a dream, it means that he is courageous, generous and wondrous. One’s arm in a dream represent his brother and supporter or a spiritual example he follows. Ifone’s arm is broken in a dream, it means the death of one’s brother or closestfriend, or it could mean an accident or a calamity. One’s arm in a dream also signifies protection from sin or it cold represent his wife, his mother, his teacher, wealth, craft, source of income, a supporting son or a close brother one can depend on at times of difficulties.
If one sees that his arm is missing something in a dream, it could mean that he has little brain, though he is filled with pride and haughtiness.
(Also see Air; Body’; Forearm) ... Islamic Dream Interpretation
If one is kicked in a dream, it means that someone will demean him in public, or cast down his achievements, or despise him for his poverty, or show haughtiness in dealing with him.... Islamic Dream Interpretation
Ability to assert oneself, desire for control, often carried too far, bad behavior.
The image of the axe also points to chopping wood and, with its rhythmical movement, carries a sexual connotation that implies aggression.
The meaning here could be crudeness, but it may also express the joy of sexual vitality. In addition, chopping wood always is connected to chopping trees, clearing the way to create farmland.
The soil is prepared for something new, is cultivated, which is a reference to the intellect, the power to divide, as in Sword. It could also be a reference to strength and usefulness or to something that is being chopped down. Here the question is: What are you being separated from? Or what is it that you must let go of?
In a famous dream of Nebuchadnezzar, the king of Babylon sees himself as a tree that is later chopped down and the tree stump left exposed to the weather and without protection. This depicts the King’s haughtiness and admonishes him to let go of his arrogance.
As with all tools, the axe, according to Freud, has a sexual meaning, which here is easy to see.