Islamic Dream Dictionary

Read about Your Dreams in Arabic-Islamic Meaning
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Which dreams are the most true?
The truest dreams are those that are dreamed at early dawn and during afternoon rest and rest (kajlula), and the most favorable times for them are, the time of behar germination and the time of fruit ripening and ripening. True dreams are seldom dreamed in winter. Then the dreams that are dreamed during the afternoon rest are stronger and more true than those that fall asleep at night.
A person who is honest in speech, mostly dreams true dreams. One who loves a lie and often lies and his dreams are mostly false. However, if a man sometimes agrees, but despises a lie in himself and another - all his dreams can be true! If dreams are concise and concise, and if they do not contain abundant and meaningless speech - they will be more efficient and can be realized very quickly.
The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) once said: “If any of you sees a dream that you love, then that dream is from Allah (SWT), and you should thank Allah Almighty for it and tell it to others; but if he sees anything else, something he does not love, then it is from Satan, and he should seek protection from Allah against that evil, and he should not mention it to anyone, because it can harm him. ”
Dreams are mentioned in the Quran when talking about Ibrahim as, and his son Ismail, then when talking about Yusuf as. Likewise, many hadiths of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) speak of dreams. It can be freely said that dreams are one of the phenomena that provoke the human imagination, but the end result of which is the recognition of Allah’s greatness, power and knowledge. We see this in the example of Yusuf.