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 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.
Dreaming of Zen means attaining peace in your waking hours. No obstacles nor challenges can unhinge you from the path you take. There’s an aura of peace and balance that radiates off from you. Your peers are always at ease when they are enjoying your company.
You tend to know yourself better than anyone. Continue with your Zen like approach to all things.
Dreaming of sacred symbols mean your faith is attached to drawings and items created by ancient mystics. Each sacred symbol holds an unprecedented power for the user.
Upon waking up from the dream, conjure up the last image and seek out whether it is an ankh, Celtic knot work, triquetra or other respective symbols.