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Do Other People Dream Everyday Like Me

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#1 akhtar


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Posted 21 February 2012 - 05:23 PM

Asalaam alaykum to all

For the past six months i have been praying regular, to be honest I have not been the best Muslim, the thing Is I have been dreaming every night, the dreams have been really vivid, they have been warnings to me, one dream I dreamt that my boss at work who doesn't know my brother was in his house and crying with his kids and wife, a few days later my sister in law had a miscarriage.
The point is, does anyone else dream everyday like this

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Posted 22 February 2012 - 04:11 AM

asalam alikum

Qatada related from Anas ibn Malik from 'Ubada ibn as-Samit that the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, "The dream of the believer is one forty-sixth part of prophethood."

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Posted 22 February 2012 - 06:20 AM

Asalamu alaikum,

Truthful dreams are from Allah and they carry for believers gladtidings.

The Prophet (salalahu wa alaihe wa sallam) was asked about "gladtidings of this life" mentioned in this ayah:

In Surah Yunus surah no.10, ayah 64 :

For them are glad tidings, in the life of the present world (i.e. righteous dream seen by the person himself or shown to others), and in the Hereafter. No change can there be in the Words of Allah, this is indeed the supreme success. (64)

The Prophet (salalahu wa alaihe wa sallam) replied ,"It is a good dream that a believer sees, or other sees for him." (Ibn Jarir, Ahmad)

The Prophet (salalahu wa alaihe wa sallam) said:

"When time approaches its end, a believer's dream would almost never be false; and the most truthful among you in their dreams are those who are most truthful in their speech." (Bukhari and Muslim.)

it is mentioned in hadith.." A pleasant (or good or truthful) dream is from Allah."(Bukhari and Muslim) and Ad-Dawudi said, "Truthful dreams may include warnings as well as glad tidings."

Al-Hakim At-Tirmithi said:"A truthful dream tells a truth,which may be gladtidings, a warning, or a reprimand."

There are two books about dreams you can download from here:

Authentic Interpretation of the Dreams by Ahmed Fareed

and other is >>

The Dreamer's Handbook by Muhammad al-Jibaly

Here is an interesting article about True dreams related to Imam Ahmad bin Hanbal, in which he was given glad tidings before the great trial.

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