Dreaming of Islamic visions represent your need for clarity in context to wisdom passed down from prophets. Ru’yaa will provide you with good visions while Hulum will push forward bad dreams onto the dreamer.
For every dream, you will break it down to three parts according to Islamic interpretations.
“There are three types of dreams: a righteous dream which is glad tidings from Allah, the dream which causes sadness is from Shaitan, and a dream from the ramblings of the mind.” (Sahih Muslim)
Dreaming of Islam means you are deep in spirituality. You hold dear in your heart the words of great prophets. Your goal is to treat all your brethren as equals where all fruits of labor are shared for the common good.
Continue with the daily prayers to further ascend in your studies and devotion.
*** Contrary to what others may think. Discussing bad dreams is the same as discussing good dreams, because both processes help free our minds from weighted thoughts allowing everyone to get on with their lives. Don’t allow anyone or anything to lock up your mind and soul due to ignorance.
Dreaming of the Prophet Muhammad means you are deeply connected with the religion of Islam. The wisdom and knowledge is shared with you because you are a trusted member of the faith. Muhammad will reveal to you various divine actions and events before they happen for you to protect yourself or prevent them.
This is a divine intervention when the messenger of Islam chooses to seek you out in your dreams. Great wealth, power, and responsibilities will come to you.
Dreaming of cross symbols mean that your faith is always unwavering through good and bad times. The cross brings you hope and unconditional love from God. Jesus Christ died for your sins. As a person who walks the same path as God, you will wear the cross to honor and love the Holy Spirit.
The cross also protects you when your religious faith is strong.