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Dreams are that which we see when we go to sleep. There are three types of dreams, 1. The true dream, 2. dreams about something that has happened to the man himself, and 3. Dreams that are from Shaitaan.

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I am having orgasms while sleeping, specifically when i don't recite duas before sleeping

I remember when my Arabic tutor told me girls who do not recite duas before sleeping are visited by jinns and they can cause physical harm if they have intercourse with them. For the past few days, ...
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Is there any hadith which says you may get glad tidings of Jannah in dreams?

I red or heard a few stories that people were told in dreams they will enter Jannah, is there any hadith which says you may get glad tidings of Jannah in dreams?
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Dreams are 1/46 of Prophethood; what are the remaining 45/46?

I've read this verse several times that dreams are 1/46 part of Prophethood. Ṣaḥīḥ al-Bukhārī 6614, Ṣaḥīḥ Muslim 2263 What exactly does this mean in relation to the number 46, or more ...
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If a dream tells us about future events, how likely is it for those events to happen?

I've read a lot of dream interpretations on http://www.myislamicdream.com/. A lot of them tell the dreamer about the events of the future. If a person sees something in a dream and its interpretation ...
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Does prophet Muhammad appear in dreams and talk to a Hindu girl?

I have been really scared because early in the morning around 3-4 am, I got a dream of prophet Muhammad!I was clearly able to see his face! He wore some blue robe like old Saudi Arabians! That man ...
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What does the Quran and Sunnah say about telling one's dreams to someone else?

I had listened from elders that you should not tell your dreams to someone else, some says that you should not tell your bad dreams, some says never tell your good dreams,please explain according to ...
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Do our dreams to happen as few?

We know that our dreams can happen in future. I read Qu'ran. "when Allah showed them to you in your dream as few; and if He had shown them to you as many, you [believers] would have lost courage ...
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What is the relationship between Ilham and leg of a bird?

What does the highlighted portion of below Hadith mean? Waki' bin 'Udus narrated that Abu Razin Al-'Uqaili said: " The Messenger of Allah (s.a.w) said: " The believer's dreams are a portion of ...
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does prohibited act inside conscious dreaming (Lucid dreaming) is haram?

A lucid dream is a dream during which the dreamer is aware that they are dreaming.According to wikipedia. i read also there is low and high lucid dream. in low state the dreamer is conscious but the ...
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I think I have seen the Almighty Lord in my dream in the form of someone I know or so I thought [closed]

I think I have seen the Almighty Lord in my dream in the form of someone I know or so I thought. I know it's not possible to see The Lord in any form. What happened with me?
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How do Muslims interpret dreams?

I do know the Hadith about the three type of dreams but I'm trying to figure out is there a sahih source that Muslims may refer to understand one's dream? I read that Prophets were able to do that (...
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Should I narrate my dreams to others?

If I have a dream should I tell others?
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Is there any evidence in Islam that demonstrates how a person should interpret dreams?

Is there any evidence in Islam that demonstrates how a person should interpret dreams? We know for example that Yusuf (peace be upon him) and Abu Bakr (may Allah be satisfied with him) were excellent ...
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Why shouldn't you tell anyone about nightmares?

In this video, it stated to not speak about nightmares at all and don't narrate them to anyone. Why is that? Is there any problem with that?
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Are wet dreams from Shaitan?

In this video, it states: "The dream when you wake up and you are all wet is from Shaitan." I've derived that this is a wet dream. Allah has in fact made wet dreams [al-hilm] a sign of puberty: ...
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Can a person know he or she is going to Jannah or Jahannam in dream?

For example if Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) comes in a dream and says you will goto Heaven or any similar dream like that.So can a person get a good news of Jannah in dream or bad news of Jahannam in this ...
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If a modern-day Muslim had a dream to sacrifice their child, how should they react and why?

In parodying Christianity and the Bible, Tim Minchin sings: ...but if the voices in your head say to sacrifice your kid to satiate your loving God's fetish for dead baby blood, it's simple faith ...
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Can a dream from Shaytan resemble one from Allah?

Dreams from Allah have been described as short, clear, on specific topic, and typically dealing with the present and the future. Is it possible for a dream from the Shaytan to resemble one from Allah ...
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Is having inappropriate dreams haram?

Recently I had an incident were I was lucid dreaming and there was a naked women in front of me. I did not immediately wake up until about 30 seconds into it. Could this be interpreted as porn ...
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How does dream interpretation distinguish itself from fortune telling?

I sporadically encounter "Islamic dream interpretation", e.g., there are tools online such as MyIslamicDream.com, eDreamInterpretation.com, Islamic-Dreams-Interpretation.com and more can be found ...
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Is there any ayah (quran ayat) which has been revealed by dream?

Do we know prophet Muhammad has got any divine inspiration by a dream?
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What to do when you see a bad dream [duplicate]

According to Islam rulings, what should one do when they see a bad dream?
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Does dream wetting invalidate fasting? [duplicate]

There is chance for dream wetting, ejaculation or coming out of Mad'y with out our action. Will it invalidate our fasting? If it is in the months of Ramadan, is there any need to compensate it to ...
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Is a dream like this should be followed

My wife has seen a dream revealing she was pregnant and the baby's name was Mariam. After she had seen the dream she was pregnant and the doctor reckons she has a girl. Is it haram to change the name ...
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I saw a Jinn while I was sleeping!

Salaam, I am a Muslim and have been ever since I was born. A few days ago I was in my room heading to sleep. I sleep in pitch darkness. During the night I woke up from a nightmare which was to do ...
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Dreams in sufism (Sufi View)

As I know, dreams —specially dervish dreams— are very important in some sufi orders. Do anyone know some studies, books or articles related with this regard. Years ago I knew about a buddhist book ...
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How much can we trust our dreams?

Probably, it is considered as a common matter for everyone to encounter/see many dreams during his/her daily or nightly sleeping. Occasionally, it is said that some of dreams could have actual Ta'bir/...
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How do you know if a dream you had has a meaning behind it?

How do you know if a dream you had has a meaning behind it? Can they really determine our future? (not referring to Istikhara) Edit: I found this question to be somewhat a truth claim question which ...
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Asking Allah for the truth

Can I ask Allah to reveal me the truth about some matter, through a dream/vision or some other means? Since Allah is the One who knows and hears all things, I want to know if I can ask Him in my dua ...
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What is the difference between a dream form Allah and a dream from Shaytaan?

My question is, how can we understand/tell the difference between a dream from Allah and a dream from Shaytaan?
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Should one keep on praying if they haven't realized that their prayers have been answered? Are prayers answered in dreams?

Allah listens to every prayer and answers all of them when the time's right. Suppose one doesn't realize that He has answered or that an answer was from Him. Question: Should one keep on praying in ...
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Is lucid dreaming haram? [closed]

As defined by Wikipedia a lucid dream is… …any dream in which one is aware that one is dreaming. The phenomenon had also been referred to by Greek philosopher Aristotle who had ...
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Nightmare during Ramadan [closed]

I cite from Islam Q&A It was reported from Abu Hurayrah that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “Towards the end of time, hardly any dreams that the Muslim sees will ...
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Is dream interpretation haram in Islam?

In my very possibly mistaken belief, there is a thin line between religion and superstition that we should not cross. I want to know whether the activity of dream interpretation is haram ...
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What conditions can violate seeing Prophet Muhammad in ones dream

Is there anything, a condition or a situation, that can make a dream about seeing the prophet untrue or just an imagination or a thought from shaytan?
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Can Shaytaan appear like one of the Prophets?

As is known, Shaytaan cannot appear in our dreams in the form of Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon Him): مَنْ رَآنِي فِي الْمَنَامِ فَقَدْ رَآنِي فَإِنَّ الشَّيْطَانَ لاَ يَتَمَثَّلُ ...
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Who saw rasulullah in their dreams?

It's pretty well-acknowledged that many companions (radiallahu anhum ajmaeen) like Bilal, Uthman ibn Affan, and others saw rasulullah (salallahu alayhi wa sallam) in their dreams. Some authors ...
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How to see the prophet (May Allah's blessings and peace be upon Him)?

The Prophet (May Allah's blessings and peace be upon Him): مَنْ رَآنِي فِي الْمَنَامِ فَقَدْ رَآنِي فَإِنَّ الشَّيْطَانَ لا يَتَمَثَّلُ بِي The one that has seen me in one's dream, has ...
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Are dreams real? What does Islam say about this?

Does dream have keys to hidden truth? Are they real? Do they have clues for future events? If yes, is every person's dream real or is it only pious people whose dreams are real? What about a non ...
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What should I do if I had a nightmare according to the Quran or Hadith?

If I had nightmares, what should I do? What can I do to avoid nightmares? Please provide answer from Quran or Hadith.
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How to know this dream is really Ro'ya?

How do I know that I had a Roya? I know if I saw the Prohphet (PBUH), then I really saw him: Abu Huraira reported Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) as saying: He who saw me in a dream in ...
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Can we seek interpretation of dreams?

Whenever I dream about something, I start wondering if there is any message or some hidden reasons. I have seen online glossaries of Islamic interpretation of dreams. Can we do that? Can the things ...