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Khwabon Ki Tabeer or Dream Interpretation is the interpretation of dreams, the desire with their help to look into the future – is an integral part of our lives. For many years, people are interested in dreams and their hidden meaning. Everyday 90% of people on earth see a dream, and most of them see the common dreams that most past people have seen. But there are also some dreams which are rare and unique. On this website, we will discuss all dreams and the hidden meaning behind them.

Depending upon many factors or meanings of the dreams including the person who sees a vision, the source, manifestations, season, time, condition, culture, phrasing, perception, variations, wisdom, and most important One’s own thinking and the way of interpreting the Dream, all things will be cleared in this introduction section. We are here to solve your problem and tell you the most accurate interpretation of your Dream. First, we will see what’s the meaning of the Dream.

Meaning of Dream:

A dream is a symbolically encrypted message on an important topic. When you fall asleep, the brain continues to work – it processes the accumulated information and searches for answers to questions. When you sleep, the unconscious (repressed desires, instincts, forgotten experience, repressed experiences) are accessed by consciousness: the fusion of the first and second gives rise to dreams. The mind attempt to cope with an alarming situation, to find a way out, a solution.

A dream for a person is an experience that we get without any obstacles. We can try out new patterns of behaviour, make our dreams cherish with minimal risk to ourselves.

What is the Dream in the Quran?

It is a sign that indicates the existence of God, as already mentioned, as well as one of the forms of the manifestation of His grace:

“He [the Lord of the worlds] is the One who made the Night for you [like something covering you, dressing something], sleep – rest, and day – resurrection (revival). [Night brings you to a different state, sleep partially kills you, allowing your body to rest and recover, and a new day brings you back to life, to a new breath, as if it renews your awareness and perception of things, giving you an opportunity to take a fresh look at the environment]” ( St. Quran, 25:47 ).

Sleep was the source of revelations for the prophets and messengers of God (see, for example, the Holy Quran, 8: 43, 37: 102, 48:27 ). And after the mission of the last Prophet was completed, he became a source of enthusiasm, sometimes through what a warning or intimidation could come through. Sleep is also a condition where divine punishment was unexpectedly brought down (see the Holy Quran, 7:97 and 68:19 ).

Islamic Dream Interpretation / Khwabon Ki Tabeer:

Here in this section, we will try our best to describe the dream interpretation according to Islam. First-person on the earth was Hazrat Adam (A.S) who is the true and birth father of all people who are born till now and will in the future. As he is the first man on the earth, he has also seen a beautiful dream which is like this:

The first Dream that was ever seen by a man was still a dream to Adam. One day, Allah asked him:

“You have seen everything that I have created. But didn’t you notice someone like you from everything you saw?” Adam replied then: “No, O Lord, make me a couple like me to live with me and recognize only You and worship only You, as I…”. Allah put Adam to sleep and made Eve. When Adam woke up, Allah asked him: “Who is this sitting near your head?” And Adam said: “This is the vision that you showed me in a dream, O my Lord!”

Another concept of Islamic Dream Interpretation was here when Abdullah Bin Omar wished to Allah that he sees a good dream and then hear its interpretation from Hazrat Muhammad (ﷺ).

Abdullah Bin Omar once prayed to Allah “O my Lord, if you reserve any good for me then let me see that in my Dream so that I will hear its interpretation from Hazrat Muhammad (ﷺ). He saw in this Dream that two angels came to him and took him to the third angel and that angel addressed Abdullah “You are a righteous man. Do not merely talk!”. After that, the angels took him to Hell to visit. There he saw some people he knew, but angels move him away from those people. After he woke up and told his Dream to his sister Hafsa, the wife of God’s Prophet, upon whom be peace. In return, Hafsa, God be pleased with her, ask God’s Messenger (ﷺ) to interpret the Dream. God’s Messenger (ﷺ) said: “Abdullah is a righteous man. He must increase his prayers at Night. After that, Abdullah more regularly offered the night prayers.

Who can See a Prophetic, Presumably True Dream?

“The most truthful dreams will be with those believers who are the most truthful in their words”. Penetration into the heart, mind, and soul of a devout, religious-practising person is most difficult for Satan, so the probability of seeing a prophetic dream in very truthful ones is excellent. At the same time, the truthfulness of dreams in such people is not unambiguous, but only supposedly carries the Divine in itself. For obvious sinners, people far from God and religious practice, or even unbelievers, the probability of a real dream is minimal, but, as scholars and theologians said, is not excluded.

The Strength of a Dream:

The most strong and true Dream can be seen at dawn, between second and third Namaz, or when the fruits are ripening on their trees, or during harvest, or when a person’s star is in a riding position, or if a person is getting married. There are more perfect times when a person can see a true dream. It is said that the Dream that has been seen during afternoon nap is the strong One than the night dream. But if it’s winter, then it is reversed, and the Dream becomes weak. Due to the innocence of a child, the Dream of a child is way stronger than the teenagers.

Some Interpretations of Dreams by Hazrat Muhammad (ﷺ):

– “If the Devil is playing by any of you when he is asleep [that is, if, upon waking, a person remembers that he has seen foolish, strange or terrible dreams], then let [having awakened, dismiss what he saw, ignore it, and] does not tell anyone!” These words of the Prophet Muhammad (may the Creator bless him) said to the Bedouin, who came to him and told that in a dream he saw how he had lost his head and followed his severed head. Upon hearing this Dream, the Prophet laughed;

– The Prophet once shared with his Companions: “Like any sleeper, I had a dream, as if we were gathered in Utba’s house and we had good dates. I interpreted this as a foreshadowing of a significant-good (superiority) for us in worldly life and in eternal life, and our religion has fullness (completeness) [when practising it, we feel the sweetness of faith]”;

– A certain woman saw in a dream, like one of the Companions of the Prophet, who died shortly before, was hammered by a source. She asked the Messenger of the Highest, and he replied: “These are his affairs (which will bring him benefit even after death) [will be credited to his personal account in eternity, until they cease to be useful to other people]”;

– The Prophet was once asked about Barak, a relative of Khadija. Khadija said: “[Do you remember] did he confirm the truth of your prophetic mission ?! He died before the message was spread about you as the Prophet.” The Prophet Muhammad (may the Creator bless him and welcome) said: “He (Varaka) was shown to me in a dream. He was wearing white clothes. If he were from among the inhabitants of Hell, then he would have other clothes on”.