Some Rare Dreams

Some Rare Dreams انقر هنا لموقع تفسير الاحلام  True dreams are rare, and each dream is unique, as we will find in this section of this introduction. As dreams are thus complicated and vary in meanings depending on the source, the contents, interpretations, variations, manifestations, time, season, cultures, acceptable witnesses, elements, conditions, definition, subject, phrasing, perception, purity, wisdom, and one’s own ...

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Strength of One’s Dreams

Strength of One’s Dreams The meaning of a dream is stronger when seen at dawn, or during an afternoon nap, or when fruits are ripening on their trees, or at the time of harvest, or when one’s star is in the rising position, or at a time when one is intending to sign a business contract, or if one is ...

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Interpretation by Correlation, Relativity, and Approximation

Interpretation by Correlation, Relativity, and Approximation In this case, laughing in a dream means sorrow, while smiling in a dream means politeness and correct conduct. Crying in a dream is usually interpreted as happiness, but when accompanied with intonation or wailing, it means a calamity. As for putting grease over one’s hair, dream interpreters infer the meaning of adornment, while ...

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Interpretation by Contraposition

Interpretation by Contraposition Some dreams are interpreted to mean the opposite when the elements are related. This tradition comes from examples such as crying when one is extremely happy; or when laughing in the face of adversities; or seeing the sun and the moon fighting and interpreting it as a fight between two people; or calling a flood an enemy ...

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Traditions

Traditions Interpreting the dream by subject requires further understanding of one’s religious and socio-cultural environment. For example, if one is offered a lemon in a dream, and if it did not connote money or a child, in this case, a lemon in one’s dream means fraud, hypocrisy, and falsehood. If one sees his arm longer than usual in a dream, ...

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The Proper Name

The Proper Name The name of a person or a city one sees in a dream also reflects some of the meanings of one’s dream, (e.g., Bait-ul Maqdis [Jerusalem], Dar-u Salam [The abode of Peace], Maghrib [Sunset], or among Western cities we find: Salt City, Bellview, New York, New Brunswick, Philadelphia, Bridgewater, Summerside, etcetera.) The industry of a city also ...

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The Soul and The Self

The Soul and The Self Who sees the dream, the soul or the self? People are divided in opinion concerning the subject of the soul (ral!) and the self tnafe), Some say that they are both the same thing (e.g., man and human being), while others hold a different view. The first group argues that the self (nafs) means blood. ...

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Relating One’s Dream

Relating One’s Dream God’s Prophet, upon whom be peace, liked to sleep on his right side. He also taught his companions when they go to bed to pray: “Lord, I seek refuge in Thee from any disturbing dreams and from Satan’s chicanery whether I am awake or in my sleep. Lord, protect me against the sufferings that people will experience ...

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The Dream Interpreter

The Dream Interpreter Some dream interpreters agree that dreams are seen by the soul and are understood by one’s consciousness. Shaikh Abdul Ghani Nabulsi explains in his book Ta’atir-ul Anum that “the soul resides within one’s heart, and the functions of the heart are dictated by one’s brain. When one falls asleep, his soul becomes like an extended ray of ...

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Zul-Oi’dah

Dream interpretation by Ibne serin   Zul-Oi’dah:(See Arabic months) BIBLIOGRAPHY Al-Agfahani, Abu Na’im, Hilyat-ul Awliyii, Beirut, 1988 AI-Bukhari, Sahih. AI-Bukhiiri”, Dar AI-Arabiya, Beirut 1985. AI-Fairuzabadi, AI-Qiimils AI-Mulli”t, Beirut, 1968, AI-Gh,azal’i, Abu liiimid, IlJ,yii ‘Ulilm AI-Deen, Cairo 1957. AI-Jabarti, Ahdu-Rahman, ‘Aja’ib ul-A.tMr Fi Al-Tariijim. Wal-A.tMr, Cairo 1877. Al-auyiiii, Tafs”ir Al-Jaliilain Wa Asbiib Al-Nueiil. Al-Zayyat, Habib, Khaza/irc Al-Kutub Fi Dimashq, Cairo 1903. ...

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