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Dreams in Islam

Dreams which come from Allah Most High are true or good dreams. What should a person do when he or she experiences such a dream? Dreams can also come from Satan, and they can be dangerous. What should be done when we experience such a dream? Finally, when a dream emerges from our own heart what is its significance? This book answers those questions.
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  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 93

This small pioneering work attempts to restore a forgotten branch of knowledge, i.e., “Dreams in Islām.” Allah, the Most High, has provided the believers with a medium through which they can receive confirmation that they have been blessed with a capacity for internal intuitive spiritual insight (i.e., knowledge which the heart sees). That medium is ‘true and good dreams, and visions’, an experience which constitutes the last part of Nabuwwah (prophethood) still remaining in the world after the death of the Prophet (sallalahu ‘alaihi wa sallam). Without that insight the Qur'anic explanation and guidance to believers concerning the age in which we now live cannot be penetrated and grasped.

Dreams which come from Allah Most High are true or good dreams. What should a person do when he or she experiences such a dream? Dreams can also come from Satan, and they can be dangerous. What should be done when we experience such a dream? Finally, when a dream emerges from our own heart what is its significance? This book answers those questions.

‘Dreams in Islam’ is a subject whose supreme importance for the believer continues to increase as the world becomes increasingly godless and as the historical process draws to a close. The Prophet sallalahu ‘alaihi wa sallam said: “When the time (of the end of the world) draws close, the dreams of a believer will hardly fail to come true, and a dream of a believer is one of the forty-six parts of prophethood.” (Bukhari)