Dreams are considered one part of prophecy, see this hadith:
When the end of time draws near, hardly any believer will see a false
dream, and the ones who see the truest dreams will be the ones who are
truest in speech. And the dream of the believer is one of the
forty-six parts of prophecy.
Ibn Majah; see also Muslim and the Muwatta.
A particular ...
Dreams or as you said Lucid dreams occur when one is sleeping.
There is a hadith which states that
It was narrated from ‘Aa’ishah that the Prophet (peace and blessings
of Allaah be upon him) said: “The Pen has been lifted from three: from
the sleeping person until he wakes up, from the minor until he grows
up, and from the insane person until he ...
Dreams (رؤیا) have different kinds, authentic or not authentic, and the authentic ones are themselves symbolic or realistic.
First note that sleeping according to Quran is very similar to death:
وَهُوَ الَّذِي يَتَوَفَّاكُم بِاللَّيْلِ وَيَعْلَمُ مَا جَرَحْتُم
بِالنَّهَارِ ثُمَّ يَبْعَثُكُمْ فِيهِ لِيُقْضَىٰ أَجَلٌ مُّسَمًّى ۖ
ثُمَّ إِلَيْهِ ...
Dreams are three kinds:
1- From Allah
2- From Shaytaan
3- From oneself
Now the dreams from Allah can be understood as those good dreams which give you good feelings/tidings that something good is about or is going to happen. The dreams from Shaytaan can be understood as those dreams which do nothing but frighten you, in other words nightmare. Now ...
No, that is an incorrect reading of the ayah.
"When Allah showed them to you in your dream as few", that's referring to the Prophet's dream before the Battle of Badr, where the enemy was shown "as few" so as not to discourage him. It has nothing to do with the number of dreams he — or the believers — had received or would receive.
Because there are narrations about the Prophet instructing us not to do so:
It was reported that Abu Hurayrah said: “The Prophet (peace and
blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: ‘If any one of you sees
something that he dislikes (in a dream), let him get up and pray, and
not tell people about it. (narrated by Muslim, 2263)
It was narrated from ...
The perception of dream interpretation and fortune telling in Islam
Dream interpretation in Islam is considered as a "science" (maybe here a better translation is a specific kind of knowledge, which one can learn or can be gifted by Allah) the basis for this interpretation from the Quran: for example it says about Yusuf ():
And thus will your Lord choose ...
Note that the problem with a revelation in a dream is that while a dream may be a kind of revelation we don't have any knowledge of any verse of the Quran revealed this way and could only know about it if our Messenger told us about it. However he has been shown many signs of things which would happen later before they happened, but as far as I understood OP'...
The case is similar to a Muslim who has a dream where he is told to do worship an idol. The dreamer has no surety that the dream is a command from God, and indeed it goes against what is certainly the command of Allah (to not commit shirk) ... in all likelihood the dream is a trick from the devil to misguide the dreamer.
Comparing oneself to Abraham is a ...
How do you know if a dream you had has a meaning behind it?
We don't know. The rule of thumb is that the dreams have no relation or meaning to our lives (except for the dreams of Prophets). If one has dreamed about something pleasant and lawful then s/he can make dua and ask Allah to make it come to true. On the other hand, if the dream is of bad or sinful ...
No dream interpretation is not haram, and those who interpret dreams may get it right or may get it wrong as is clear from what the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said to Abu Bakr when he interpreted a dream:
أَصَبْتَ بَعْضًا وَأَخْطَأْتَ بَعْضًا
You have interpreted a part of it correctly and you have erred in
interpreting a part of it
The companions of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) knew him by face, so if they see him then its no doubt that the dream is NOT from the Devil. As we do not know him by face, we can not be sure that it is indeed him that we saw. So it's better not to make any judgement on such dream, but rely on Allah's and our Prophet's guidance and our God-given intellect.
Yes dreams are real. As the Prophet (May Allah's Peace and blessings be upon Him) said there are three kinds of dreams,
One from Allah
One from Shaytaan
One from ones self.
The Prophet (May Allah's Peace and blessings be upon Him) also said that when the end of time draws near, the believers dreams won't lie, and the most truthful dreams are those of most ...
Narrated Abu Hurairah Radhiyallhu 'anhu: I heard Allah's Messenger Shallalahu 'alaihi wasallam saying,
"Nothing is left of An-Nubuwwah (Prophethood) except Al-Mubashshirat."
They asked, "What are Al-Mubashshirat?" He replied, "The true good
dreams (that convey glad tidings)."
[Sahih Al-Bukhari, Vol.9, Hadith No.119]
Narrated Abu Hurairah ...
In Quran there have been several cases of real dreams, and it was not limited to the people who were Muslim or even believed in the only God.
Allah ordered his great prophet Ibrahim (PBUH) through his dream, to sacrifice his son Ismail:
And when he reached with him [the age of] exertion, he said, "O my son, indeed I have seen in a dream that I [must] ...
Answer to you first question is simple, be organized, precise and exact.
It is crucial to remember, you can achieve the same goal unlimited number of ways, when you ask Allah (swt) for something, do you know how many ways that something can be achieved? When you ask for a million dollars, how many ways can that goal be achieved? In how many different time ...
I am not going to comment on the subject of the dreams since I don't get dreams like that (Alhamdulilah) neither I know anything about that subject. But, as I understand the question, it boils down to the fact that when shayateen are chained in Ramadaan, why does evil stuff still happens.
It is related to another question that I had put up an answer before ...
if there is some guide or advise once I am aware that I am "inside" a dervish dream.
This article pretty much defines most of Dreams and dream interpretation
how to prepare oneself to the state of "openness" previous to a dervish dream to appear
May be not dervish, but, preparing oneself for a truthful dream, as suggested in the article, be truthful in ...
There are 3 types of dreams :-
1)Rehmani: These are dreams from the Almighty, these carry certain messages and we do not forget them. If there is a Rehmani dream, prophet peace be upon him said that he/she should tell people about it
2)Nafsani: Dreams that come from our thinking, these are baseless and have no meanings, we can forget ...
If it is a good dream, then yes you should tell others but if it is a bad dream, don't tell others.
Sayeeduna Abu Saaed ul-Khudri Radiallahu Anhu narrates that he heard the Prophet of Allah(SAWS) say:
" إِذَا رَأَى أَحَدُكُمْ رُؤْيَا يُحِبُّهَا فَإِنَّمَا هِيَ مِنَ اللَّهِ، فَلْيَحْمَدِ اللَّهَ عَلَيْهَا، وَلْيُحَدِّثْ بِهَا، وَإِذَا رَأَى غَيْرَ ...
"How do Muslims interpret dreams?"
Dream interpretation is an ability bestowed by Allah (ﷻ) and without that ability, we have no means or methods to interpret dreams. There is also no resource that you can go to that will give you an interpretation to every dream. (Each dream is unique per person).
If interested you may read this compilation I made: ...
According to scholarly opinion (like Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyah), it is possible to see Allah in a dream. But it is also possible that devil comes in dream and tells - 'I am Allah'.
The point to note is that in whatever form a believer sees Allah in dream, He is not at all like that, because
'There is nothing like unto Him'. (Quran 42:11)
Some sources of the hadith
The hadith can be found in other sources either in the same or similar wording or as parts of the hadith only. I'll try to stick on those who include the highlighted part: So you may find it in Sunan abi Dawod, Sunan ibn Majah,another version in Jami' at-Tirmdihi, -from here on only Arabic version available- Sunan ad-Darimi, ...
The Qur'an teaches us prudence when revealing a dream
After the young Yusuf() told his father Ya'aqub() about his dream the later answered:
He said, "O my son, do not relate your vision to your brothers or they will contrive against you a plan. Indeed Satan, to man, is a manifest enemy. (12:5)
The two young man only revealed their dreams to Yusuf() ...
Your inquiry has no clear answer, I'd say it is more about your reaction about it.
As for the facts there' actually is a sahih (sound) narration or prophetic tradition saying:
Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said, "He who sees me in his dream will see me in his wakefulness (or he (ﷺ) may have said it is as though he has seen me in a state of wakefulness), for ...
I used to think that dreams can be shared with only your well-wishers, but after reading this following hadith I changed my mind. So it should not be shared regardless. We can see that from the hadith mentioned both in Bukhari and Muslim.
It was narrated from Jaabir that a Bedouin came to the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) ...
There are certain ahadith speaking about seeing the Prophet in a dream. For instance:
مَنْ رَآنِي فِي الْمَنَامِ فَقَدْ رَآنِي، فَإِنَّ الشَّيْطَانَ لاَ يَتَخَيَّلُ بِي
Whoever has seen me in a dream, then no doubt, he has seen me, for Satan cannot imitate my shape.
مَنْ رَآنِي فِي الْمَنَامِ ...
No, having lucid dreams isn't haram. Lucid dreams happen when people sleep. Actions during sleep are not recorded according to the following narration:
Narrated Aisha, Ummul Mu'minin:
The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said: There are three (persons) whose
actions are not recorded: a sleeper till he awakes, an idiot till he
is restored to reason, and a ...
All Praise to Allah Subhan o Taala and blessings on Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him His family and companions
It was narrated from Jabir that the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said: “If
anyone of you has a bad dream, he should not tell people about how
Satan played with him in his dream.(Sunan Ibn Majah)
Narrated Abu Qatada: The Prophet (ﷺ) said, ...