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Fajr dream interpretations
 

Reciting Surah Fajr Dream Explanation — He will instill awe and elegance in the hearts of people.



Five times prayers Dream Explanation — (Communication; Communion; Invocations; Prayers; arb. Salat) To see oneself performing one's obligatory prayers (arb. Fardh) in a dream means receiving a high ranking appointment, spiritual advancement, leadership, presiding over people, delivering a message, performing a duty, paying dues, turning over one's trust or satisfying obligatory deeds and enjoying peace. If one sees himself in a dream performing one of the five obligatory prayers on time, having performed the proper ablution and correctly completed its obeisance of the proper standing, bowing and prostrating postures, standing with reverence and piety and facing the Kabah, it means that he will perform a religious duty or attend the annual pilgrimage in Mecca. It also means that he will extricate himself from an unjust deed he fell into and repent, or it could mean eschewing evil. Performing the divinely ordained prayers in dream also means loyalty to one's promise, employment for a person who could not find a job, or reconciliation with a long forsaken friend or relative. If one leads the prayers in his dream, it means that he will guarantee something to someone, or it could means that he will borrow money for a term. If one prays behind an Imam in the dream, it means that he will become a burden to others. The midday prayers known in Arabic as Zuhur signify a manifestation, a proclamation or exposing what is hidden. Praying Zuhur in a dream means attaining one's goal, satisfying every need, obtaining everything one has asked for from earthly gains in this world, or it could mean spiritual benefits in the hereafter and particularly if one sees himself completing his prayers in the dream. Completing one's prayers means achieving one's goal. If one is incarcerated because of a debt and sees himself completing his Zuhur prayers in a dream, it means that someone will pay his debt for him and gets him released from prison and he will then prosper. If one sees himself performing his Zuhur prayers in a clear day and feels happy about it in his dream, it means that he will engage in some work that will make him famous and that he will enjoy the fruits of his work as much as he did in that clear and beautiful day in his dream. If one performs his midday Zuhur prayers in a cloudy day in a dream, it means that his work will be distressful. As for the mid-afternoon prayers, known in Arabic as Asr, performing it in a dream means taking a vow or making a promise. This prayer in a dream also represents one's liability. If one sees himself performing the Asr prayers in a dream, it means that what he is asking for will materialize, though after some hardships and adversities. If one does not complete his Asr prayers in a dream, it means that what he is asking for may not take place. If one sees himself performing the sunset prayers, known in Arabic as Maghrib in a dream, it means that what he is seeking has reached its term. If one completes his Maghrib prayers in the dream, it means that he will get what his heart desires. As for the night prayer, known in Arabic as Isha. If one sees himself performing his Isha prayers in a dream, it means that he will complete his work and get what he wants, or it could mean the end of his life, following which , one usually attends to his resting time, which is similar to death. If one sees himself performing the daybreak prayers before dawn in a dream, it means that the morning has come and it will be soon before he hears either good or bad news. On another level, if one sees himself praying the evening Isha prayers in a dream, it means that he is committed to attend to his family's needs as commanded by Allah Almighty, such as providing for their food, clothing, shelter and teachings. If one sees himself praying in the middle of the night (arb. Witter) in a dream, it means that he does attend to his family's needs and perhaps they feel comfort in his presence. If one sees himself performing the dawn Fajr prayers in a dream, it means that he will start with the inevitable, such as working to provide for his family. If one sees himself performing the midday Zuhur prayers at the time of the mid-afternoon prayers in a dream, it means that he will repay his debts. If one's midday Zuhur prayers or his mid-afternoon Asr prayers are interrupted in the dream, it means that he will pay half of what he owes. If one sees himself performing the mid afternoon prayers in a dream, it means that his job will shortly be completed and only little work is left for him to finish. Praying the sunset Maghrib prayers in a dream means finishing one's duties and it is time for him to take a rest. The night Isha prayers in a dream means veiling things or entering the privacy of one's home. On a third level, the midday Zuhur prayers mean repentance, dismissal or abrogation of laws. The midday Zuhur prayers also could mean struggling against Satan and one's enemies, which struggle takes place usually at the time of one's midday nap. The mid-afternoon Asr prayers in a dream also represents victory in one's life, or it could mean guidance, blessings and observing Allah's laws. The sunset Maghrib prayers in a dream means losing a parent, the passing away of one's guardian, the death of a close friend or the impeachment of the person the dream indicate. Seeing oneself praying the night Isha prayers in a dream means preparing for a journey, or it could mean marriage, moving from one place into another, or it could mean suffering from cataract, weakness of one's vision, or it could denote the vastness of what is to come, for Isha prayers are distant from the dawn Fajr prayers. Performing the dawn Fajr prayers in a dream indicates a vow one pledges. Praying the mid afternoon Asr prayers in a dream means attaining ease after suffering from hardships. Performing the sunset Maghrib prayers in a dream means having crossed something that will come back later, and performing the night Isha prayers in a dream means deception and a tricks. If one sees himself performing the Friday congregational prayers in a dream, it means that he will attain what he is hoping for. If one sees himself praying inside a garden in a dream, it means that he is beseeching Allah Almighty for His forgiveness. If one sees himself praying in a farmland in a dream, it means repayment of his debts. If he prays inside a slaughter house in a dream, it means that he will commit the loathsome act of sodomy. If one sees himself praying seated without an excuse in a dream, it means that he will perform a deed which is not acceptable by his Lord. If he prays lying on his side in bed in a dream, it means that he will be bed stricken. If one performs his prayers in a mosque, then leaves it to attend to other duties in a dream, it means that whatever he attends to will be blessed, and he will profit from it. If one sees himself praying while riding in a dream, it means that he is struck with fear , or that he may face a fight. If one sees himself performing the obligatory (arb. Fardh) prayers shortened to two groupings of prostrations (arb. Rakat) in a dream, it means travels. If one sees himself praying while eating honey in a dream, it means that he may engage in sexual intercourse with his wife during the fasting hours. If a woman sees herself performing the obligatory (arb. Fardh) prayers shortened to two grouping of prostrations in a dream, it means that she will have her monthly menstrual period on that day. If one discovers that he has missed the time of the prescribed prayer and could not find a place or time to perform it in his dream, it means that he will face difficulties finishing something or paying a debt or satisfy a worldly goal. If one intentionally neglects to do an obligatory prayer, or if he plans to do them later (arb. Qada) in the dream, it means that he takes his religious commitment lightly and hopes to correct his attitude at a later time. Performing the Friday congregational prayers in a dream is a sign of happiness, joy, festivities, celebrations, the pilgrimage season, abstaining from borrowing money for one's accessories or luxuries. Performing the festival prayers (arb. Eid) at the end of the month of Ramadan in a dream means paying one's debts, recovering from an illness, dispelling difficulties and dissipating one's worries. Performing the prayers of the festival of sacrifice (arb. Eid ul Adha. See Immolation; Manumission) in a dream means controlling one's business, respecting one's promises or fulfilling one's vows. Performing the mid-morning prayers (arb. Dhuha) in a dream means amnesty, innocence, making a true oath, happiness and being free from polytheism. If one performs the prayer of a sick person in a dream, it means lack of luck and doubt about one's faith. Grouping two prayers at one time or shortening them in a dream, means travels or temptation. Performing one's prayers directly on a filthy, wet and impure ground without a prayer mat means poverty, humiliation and needs. If one sees himself praying without properly covering his or her modesty as required in a dream, it means committing wrong while fasting or giving charity from unlawful earnings, following innovation, falling victim to passions or professing that one is right however he does his prayers. If one performs the prayers of fearing something in a dream, it means creating a business partnership, business activities or suffering the pangs of death. Talking during prayers in a dream means asking to get back a gift one has offered, or failure to focus one's intention, or talking about one's charities in public. In a dream, when performing one's prayers, if one reads loud when he should read inwardly, or if he reads inwardly when he is supposed to invoke outwardly, and if he is called upon to judge between people, it means that his judgment will be wrong or that he may follow his own mind, or it could mean affectation, falsehood, hypocrisy, hiding the truth or unjustly confiscating someone's money. If one changes the order of the ritual prayers in a dream, it means that he disobeys his parents or objects to someone he is supposed to hear and obey, or perhaps he will be afflicted with forgetfulness or staying-up sleepless nights, or it could mean that he lacks intelligence, or that he is unable to memorise or remember things. Performing the late night prayers, (arb. Tarawih) in a dream means toiling, exhaustion, repayment of one's debts and receiving guidance. Performing a special prayer for rain (arb. Istisqa) in a dream denotes fears, languid, rising prices, dullness of the market, trouble, unhappiness, attachment and stagnation of the construction business. Performing the solar or the lunar eclipse prayers in a dream means striving to deliver comfort or to appease someone or perhaps it could denote repentance of a sinner, returning to the path of Allah Almighty, fearing the authorities, difficulties, or manifestation of major signs of the fast approaching Hour of Reckoning. Performing a special prayer of fear (arb. Khawf) in a dream represents unity, concord, common consent, peace and tranquillity. Performing the funeral prayers (arb. Janaza) in a dream means interceding on behalf of the deceased. If the deceased is unknown, then performing the funeral prayers means giving employment to a jobless person, profits from a partnership, or it could denote failure to adequately perform one's regular obligatory prayers, or being forgetful or oft-distracted during prayers. If one sees himself leading the funeral prayers in a dream, and then after completing his prayers intercedes exaggeratedly with special invocations on behalf of the deceased in a dream, it means that he will be appointed by a ruler who is a hypocrite to manage a sector of his business. If one sees himself then invoking blessings upon the deceased in the dream, it means that Allah Almighty has forgiven him his sins. If one sees himself sitting in a gathering of people praying for departed souls in a dream, it means that he will pray in a funeral. Seeing oneself in a dream performing a funeral prayer, means that one will intercede on behalf of a sinner. If one sees himself performing the Friday congregational prayers (arb. Jumua) in a dream, it means that relief is coming his way, or it could mean a reunion with a beloved, or satisfying a need one is asking for it to be fulfilled. If one sees himself praying the Friday prayers alone in the dream, it means that such help is exclusive to him. If one loses something and sees himself in a dream celebrating one of the two Islamic festivals, it means that he will find his lost object. If one sees himself performing the festival prayers (arb. Eid) of the end of the month of Ramadan in the dream, it means prosperity, and if it is the festival of sacrifice in the dream, it means repayment of his debts, dispelling stress, advancement in one's life or job or release from prison. Performing either the solar or the lunar eclipse prayers (arb. Kusuf or Khusuf) in a dream means that a calamity will befall the leaders of the country or its renowned people, or it could mean the death of a great person of knowledge, whereby everyone will attend his funeral. As for the special prayer for rain (arb. Istisqa), performing it in a dream may represent an accident, or it could mean political unrest. If the people offer this prayer from its inception to its completion in the dream, it means that their adversity will be lifted. Praying any supererogatory prayers (arb. Nafl) in a dream represents piety and devotion to the leading example (arb. Sunnah) practiced by Allah's Messenger, upon whom be peace. If a woman sees herself leading men in prayers in the dream, it means that she will shortly die. Performing supplementary prayers (arb. Sunnah) following the leading example of Allah's messenger, upon whom be peace, in a dream means serving one's community wit sincerity, purity and good qualities. If one sees himself performing extra supererogatory prayers in a dream, it means that he cares about the success of his life in the hereafter, and that he shall enjoy the fruit of his devotion both in this world and in the hereafter. Performing one's obligatory prayers (arb. Fardh) in a dream means providing the necessary care for one's family, while performing the supplementary prayers (arb. Sunnah) means working to provide extra comforts for one's family. The same interpretation is provided for performing the congregational night prayers of the month of Ramadan known in Arabic as Tarawih. Seeing that in a dream means taking care of the family needs and bringing comfort to their hearts. During a congregational prayer, if the rows are straight in the dream, it means that such people are in a constant state of celebrating Allah's praises. Supererogatory prayers in a dream also mean striving for unity with one's community, love for one's brethren and constantly trying to serve and please them with deeds, money, moral and financial support. If the person seeing the dream is unmarried, it means that he will get married. If he is married, it means that he will beget two children. If a poor person sees himself performing voluntary prayers in a dream, it means that he will earn enough to satisfy his needs. If one performs the middle of the night prayers known in Arabic as Tahajjud in a dream, it means that he will rise in station. Performing special prayers for the fulfillment of certain wishes in a dream means attending official ceremonies, or being punctual at one's appointments. To perform one's prayers after the due time (arb. Qada) in a dream means paying one's debts, repentance from sins or fulfilling one's vows. Performing one's prayers sitting in a dream means an illness, failures, contentment, or a warning about an affliction that will befall one's father, teacher, or a beloved. Performing a special prayer for forgiveness (arb. Istighfar) in a dream means forgiveness for one's sins and acceptance of his repentance. If this prayer is performed in congregation in one's dream, it means rain, prosperity, begetting children for a barren person, a good harvest, or the purchase of a new property. Performing the special prayers of celebrating Allah's praises, known in Arabic as Tasabih. in a dream means a receiving a gift, an endowment of divine grace, blessings and prosperity. Performing a special prayer of soliciting guidance for a specific need or circumstance in a dream (arb. Istighfar) means dispelling doubt or confusion, receiving guidance for one's problem, or it could denote the success of a project. If the one performing such a special prayer is known to follow the guidance of a spiritual teacher or sheikh, then his dream means lowering of his spiritual status, for a true seeker has no questions. Performing a special prayer for the safe return of a traveller in a dream (arb. Ghaib) means asking for suitable weather conditions for one's own needs or for people's needs. Performing a special prayer over the grave of a deceased in a dream means offering special gifts that warrant no reward, or it could mean distributing charity to needy people. Performing a special prayer of greeting the mosque in a dream means spending one's money to help his relatives and the needy people among his friends. Performing a sudden and an unexpected prayer in a dream means giving charities in secret, or asking for employment from unjust people. Performing any supererogatory prayer, whether during the day or the night in a dream means performing a good deed that brings someone closer to his Lord, or reconciling adversaries, or fostering love between people. If one sees himself laughing during his prayers in a dream, it means that he oft-forgets his prayers and that he is delinquent about performing them properly and on time. If one sees himself praying while drunk in a dream, it means that he will give a false testimony in court. If one sees himself praying without the required ablution in a dream, it means that his religious performance is worthless and that his adherence is despicable. If one sees himself standing in prayers toward the wrong direction in a dream, it means that he does the opposite of what he is required to do, or that he acts the opposite of what Allah Almighty has ordained. If one sees himself turning his back toward Allah's House in a dream, it means that he is an apostate who rejects Allah's religion or that he does not care about it. If one sees the people in the mosque facing another direction in his dream, it means that their leader or judge will be dismissed from his office, or that he neglects to follow the prescribed rules of his religion, or that he follows his own mind and desire in making religious interpretations. However, performing one's prayers and turning with helplessness toward any direction and crying for help in a dream means seeking Allah's nearness, or asking to be accepted by other believers for an unacceptable indulgence or a non-permissible opinion, or it could mean travelling in the direction he faced in his dream. If one sees himself praying eastward or westward and beyond the point of Allah's House in Mecca in a dream, it means that he is a despicable person who is full of arrogance, who backbites and slanders others and who is daring to indulge in sin and disobedience to his Lord. If one could not find the direction of the Kabah in his dream, it means that he has doubt about his faith. However, if one sees himself facing the holy Kabah in the dream, it means that he is walking on the straight path. If one sees himself wearing a white garb and reading the Quran in the dream, it means that he will join the caravan of pilgrims to Mecca. Allah knows best. (Also see Death; Imam; Pharaoh)




Surah Or Surat, Plural Suwar  (Chapter Of The Holy Quran) Dream Explanation — • “Al-Fatihah”  (The Opening): Dreaming of reading it or part thereof: The doors of welfare will be open before the dreamer and prayers will be responded to favourably. No more harm.
• “Al-Baqarah”  (The Cow or The Heifer): Better virtue, blessings, and long life.
• “Al-Imran”  (The Imran Family):  (1) Mind will be clearer and will contest the wrongdoers.  (2) The dreamer might be unlucky amid his family.
• “Al-Nisae”  (Women): The dreamer will distribute people’s heritage, will marry free women and girls, will inherit women, and after a long life will marry a beautiful woman who will not be good to the dreamer but will inherit his fortune, if any.
• “Al-Maidah”  (The Table Spread): More faith and prestige, sagacity, and a noble soul.
• “Al-Anam”  (Cattle): The dreamer will have more cattle or assets, will be more proficient in religion and blessed by God.
• “Al-Araf  (The Heights): The dreamer will master many disciplines and will not die before visiting Mount Sinai.
• “Al-Anfal”  (The Spoils of War): Victory, booty, and prosperity.
• “Al-Baraah”  (Freedom from Obligation) or “Al-Taubah”  (Repentance): The dreamer will always be praised by good people and die after repenting.
• “Yunus”  (Jonah): The dreamer will worship God more, receive good tidings, and live in welfare and never shall any plot or witchcraft affect him.
• “Hud”  (Hud): The dreamer will plow the land and be blessed with many children, but have numerous enemies and might be estranged.
• “Yusuf”  (Joseph):  (1) The animosity of one’s own family, which will compel the dreamer to find his way and try his luck away from home.  (3) Rehabilitation will replace injustice.
• “Al-Rad”  (The Thunder):  (1) Poverty and early graying of hair.  (2) The dreamer will use various formulas to implore God.
• “Ibrahim”  (Abraham): The dreamer will constantly use the rosary, and prayers will be heard by God. “Al-Hijr”  (The Rocky Tract): The dreamer will be blessed by God and well preserved by his family.
• “Al-Nahl”  (The Bees): The dreamer will acquire knowledge, will recover, if ill, and will always find his bread.
• “Al-Israe” or “Bani Israil”  (The Carrying by Night or The Children of Israel):  (1) The dreamer will be persecuted by the sultan  (authority).  (2) The dreamer will become the target of conspiracies, but will be cherished by God and will triumph over his enemies.
• “Al-Kahf  (The cave): The dreamer will be lucky, wishes will be fulfilled and the dreamer will live so long as to find life tedious and yearn for death.
• “Maryam”  (Mary):  (1) The dreamer will experience hardships, with ultimate relief.  (2) The dreamer will be calumniated, then the dreamer’s innocence will be discovered and known to all.
• “Ta-Ha”  (Enigmatic Expression): The dreamer will be immune from witchcraft, but must pray at night and be good to others.
• “Al-Anbiyae”  (The Prophets): Relief after hardships, prosperity after dearth; knowledge; and people’s hopes will be pinned on the dreamer.
• “Al-Hajj”  (The Pilgrimage): The dreamer will perform the pilgrimage and the Umrah, minor or out-of-season pilgrimage, several times.
• “Al-Muminun”  (The Believers): Stronger and irreversible faith in and reverence to God.
• “Al-Nur”  (Light): The dreamer will promote virtue and deter vice, and God will light the dreamer’s heart and path during his lifetime and in the Hereafter.
• “Al-Furqan”  (The Criterion): The dreamer likes justice and cannot stand mischief. He discerns perfectly between what is right and what is wrong.
• “Al-Shuarae”  (The Poets): Tremendous gains, God will shield the dreamer against sins. •Al-Naml”  (The Ants):  (1) The dreamer will be given a realm or rule over his folk.  (2) He will like truth and abhor injustice.
• “Al-Qasas”  (The Requital or Law of Equality):  (1) The dreamer will be put to a test by The Almighty.  (2) He will find a treasure.
• “Al-Ankabut”  (The Spider): God is giving the dreamer good tidings and will not put him to a hard test as long as he lives.
• “Al-Rum”  (The Romans): The dreamer is a hypocrite deep inside. If a military leader, he will conquer, by the grace of God, an atheistic country whose people will worship God as a result of his efforts. “Luqman”: The dreamer will acquire wisdom.
• “Al-Sajdah”  (The Prostration): The dreamer will be a staunch believer in the unity of God  (Tawheed) and will die prostrate and earn Paradise.
• “Al-Ahzab”  (The Clans): The dreamer will live long and always be good to parents.
• “Sabae” (Sheba):  (1) The dreamer is courageous and not afraid to carry arms.  (2) He will become an ascetic or a recluse.
• “Al-Fatir”  (The Creator):  (1) The dreamer will see God Almighty and become a holy person.  (2) God will shower His blessings on the dreamer.
• “Ya-Sin”  (An Enigma): The dreamer will be religious and righteous and loved by Muslims in particular.
• “Al-Saffat”  (Those Who Set the Ranks): Honest living and the dreamer will be blessed with two male children or one but very obedient.
• “Sad”  (Enigma):  (1) The dreamer will get richer and more skilful in his craft or profession.  (2) He will be jealous.  (3) He will be a womanizer.
• “Al-Zumar”  (The Troops):  (1) The dreamer will live to become a great-grandfather or -mother.  (2) He will remain or become religious till the end of his life.
• “Al-Mumin” or “Ghafer”  (The Believer or The One Who Forgives):  (1) Whatever the believer is certain of is good and sound.  (2) He will always be prosperous.
• “Ha-Mim As-Sajdah”  (Enigmatic letters followed by The Prostration) or Fussilat  (The Surah whose verses have been explained in detail): The dreamer will promote right and justice and be appreciated by plenty of people whom he will show the right path.
• “Al-Shura”  (The Counsel) or “Ha, Mim, Ain, Sin, Kaf  (Enigmatic letters): The dreamer will learn and act in the right direction and will have an extremely long life.
• “Al-Zukhruf  (The Ornaments [of Gold]): Despite the deterioration in earnings, luck, and living conditions, the dreamer will remain truthful.
• “Al-Dukhdn”  (The Smoke): The dreamer will get rich and be immune from tyrants and from the tortures of the Hereafter.
• “Al-Jathiah”  (The Crouching or Bending the Knee): The dreamer will become a hermit or always revere God.
• “Al-Ahqaf  (The Wind-Curved Sandhills):  (1) The dreamer will witness incredible things in life.  (2) He will neglect and fail to support his parents.
• “Muhammad”:  (1) The dreamer will enjoy good or better reputation.  (2) He will be visited by an angel in the best shape.
• “Al-Fat’h”  (Victory):  (1) The dreamer will be cherished by God.  (2) Struggle will culminate in victory.
• “Al-Hujurat”  (The Private Apartments or The Rooms):  (1) Material responsibilities toward parents and in-laws will be discharged.  (2) The dreamer will be knowledgeable, and people will come to the dreamer to seek his help.
• “Qaf  (Enigmatic letter):  (1) Plenty of welfare.  (2) The dreamer will reconcile people.
• “Al-Dhariyat”  (The Winnowing Winds): The dreamer will be lucky in agriculture and with girls. “Al-Tur”  (The Mount):  (1) The dreamer will settle near Mecca (Makkah).  (2) God will accept the dreamer’s prayers.
• “Al-Najm”  (The Star): The dreamer will have a good-looking and handsome boy or will have many children who will die while trying to earn God’s satisfaction.
• “Al-Qamar”  (The Moon): The dreamer will be the target of sorcery, but in vain.
• “Al-Rahmdn”  (The Beneficent): The dreamer will enjoy the benefits of this world and God’s mercy in the Hereafter.
• “Al-Waqiah”  (The Event):  (1) The dreamer will be foremost among those who obey God.  (2) He will be a benefactor.
• “Al-Hadid”  (Iron): The dreamer will be religious-minded and healthy and leave a praiseworthy imprint.
• “Al-Mujadalah”  (The Argumentation or She That Disputeth or the Woman Who Pleads [ as probably mistranslated in the English versions of Muhammad Marmaduke Pickthall and Yusuf Ali, respectively, who relied on the first verse in this surah]:  (1) The dreamer will contest the wrongdoers and the dreamer’s arguments will prevail, thanks to the evidence the dreamer will produce.  (2) He will be harmed by evil people.
• “Al-Hashr”  (The Gathering or Banishment): God will bless the dreamer and destroy his enemies.
• “Al-Mumtahanah”  (She That Is to Be Examined): The dreamer will be tested and rewarded for passing the test.
• “Al-Saf”  (The Ranks or Battle Array): The dreamer will die as a martyr.
• “Al-Jumuah”  (The Congregation or The Assembly [Friday] Prayer: God will shower His blessings upon the dreamer in life and in the Hereafter.
• “Al-Munafiqun”  (The Hypocrites): The dreamer will be immune from hypocrisy.
• “Al-Taghabun”  (Mutual Disillusion or Mutual Loss and Gain): The dreamer will follow the right path and die as a true believer.
• “Al-Talaq”  (Divorce): A dispute between the couple that could lead to the two parting from each other.
• “Al-Tahrim”  (The Banning or The Prohibition): The dreamer will abstain from all that is prohibited.
• “Al-Mulk”  (The Majesty): Dominions or assets will increase.
• “Al-Qalam”  (The Pen or Nun [An enigmatic character]): Will be gifted in writing, eloquence and Law.
• “Al-Haqqah”  (The Sure Reality): The dreamer is right, but in danger of being beaten and cut to pieces or ostracized.
• “Al-Maarij”  (The Ascending Stairways or The Ways of Ascent): The dreamer will be secure, as Allah will give him victory.
• “Nuh”  (Noah): The dreamer will promote virtue, deter vice, and overcome adversaries.
• “Al-Jinn”  (The Jinn): The dreamer will be immune from the evil of the genies.
• “Al-Muzzammil”  (The Enshrouded One or The One Folded in Garments):  (1) The dreamer will be blessed with the ability to wake up and pray at night.  (2) He will be patient and will be praised by various people.
• “Al-Muddath-thir”  (The Cloaked One or The One Wrapped Up): The dreamer’s reputation will improve, and he will be patient. In other interpretations, everyday bread will shrink.
• “Al-Qiyamah”  (The Rising of the Dead or The Resurrection):  (1) The dreamer will avoid swearing.  (2) He will never swear.
• “Ad-Dahr”  (Time) or “Al-Insan”  (Man) or “Hal-Ata”  (Hath There Come Upon Man):  (1) The dreamer will be overgenerous, and people will show their gratitude.  (2) He will live nicely.
• “Al-Mursalat”  (The Emissaries or Those Sent Forth): Abundance and enemies will be silenced.
• “Ah-Nabae”  (The Tidings or The Great News) or “Amma Yatasaalun”  (What Are They Wondering About):  (1) Promotion or more power, prestige, and recognition.  (2) Heart will be free from worries and sorrow.
• “An-Naziat”  (Those Who Drag Forth or Those Who Tear Out): Worries, grievances, and betrayal will disappear from the heart. •” Abas”  (He Frowned): The dreamer will pay religious dues and plenty of alms.
• “Al-Takwir”  (The Overthrowing or The Folding Up): The dreamer will travel a lot, eastward, and make plenty of money from those trips.
• “Al-Infitar”  (The Cleaving Asunder): The dreamer will be closer to the rulers and receive honours and benefits from them.
• “Al-Mutaffifeen”  (Defrauding) or “Al-Tatfif  (Dealing in Fraud): Honesty, fidelity, and justice.
• “Al-Inshiqaq”  (The Sundering): The dreamer will have plenty of children, especially boys.
• “Al-Buruj”  (The Zodiacal Signs or The Mansions of the Stars):  (1) The dreamer will get rid of worries.  (2) He will learn a science, most probably astronomy.
• “Al-Tariq”  (The Morning Star or the Night Visitor): The dreamer will remember God at all times, rosary in hand.
• “Al-Aala”  (The Most High) or “Sabbeh”  (Glorify The Name): Relief will come.
• “Al-Ghashiyah”  (The Overwhelming Event): Promotion, knowledge, and related fame.
• “Al-Fajr”  (Dawn or The Break of Day): The dreamer’s name will shine, and will be feared and respected.
• “Al-Balad”  (The Country or The City): The dreamer will feed the poor and come to their rescue and dress the orphans.
• “Ash-Shams”  (The Sun): The dreamer will be blessed with perception, intelligence, and shrewdness.
• “Al-Layl”  (The Night): The dreamer will be alert and efficient at night and immune from slander and will be lucky and have the ability to memorize anything.
• “Ad-Duha”  (The Morning Hours or The Glorious Morning Light):  (1) The dreamer will be good to the needy and the orphans.  (2) He will die shortly.
• “Al-Inshirah”  (The Expansion or Solace): The dreamer will have patience and be freed from worries, and everything will go smoothly.
• “At-Teen”  (The Fig): Matters will be processed quickly: needs will be satisfied and earnings will come easily.
• “Al-Alaq”  (The Clot) or “Iqrae”  (Read):  (1) The dreamer will be gifted in writing and eloquence, but remain modest.  (2) He will live long and be respected.
• “Al-Qadr”  (Capacity and Power): The dreamer will be better off as earnings and other benefits will accrue.
• “Al-Bayyinah”  (The Clear Evidence): The dreamer will make the atheists shake and will restore to the right path people who had gone astray.
• “Az-Zilzal”  (The Earthquake): The unbelievers will be shaken as a result of the dreamer’s action and feel the earth move under their feet.
• “Al-Adiyat”  (The Coursers): The dreamer will have horses.
• “Al-Qariah”  (The Calamity or The Day of Noise and Clamour): The dreamer will love, fear, and worship God.
• “At-Takathur”  (Rivalry in Worldly Increase or Procreation and Proliferation): The dreamer will no longer care about amassing wealth, but leave it to the public.
• “Al-Asr”  (The Declining Day or Time Through the Ages):  (1) The dreamer will have patience until support from Heaven reveals the truth.  (2) Business losses will be followed by tremendous gains.
• “Al-Humazah”  (The Traducers or The Scandal-Monger): The dreamer will make a fortune and spend it on philanthropic activities.
• “Al-Fil”  (The Elephant): The dreamer will triumph over enemies and, eventually win military victories for the Muslims.
• “Ash-Shitae”  (Winter) or “Quraish”  (Custodians of the Kabah): The dreamer will feed the poor and be at peace with mankind.
• “Al Maun”  (Small Kindness or Neighbourly Needs) or “A-Raayt”  (Hast Thou Observed): The dreamer will win a victory over opponents or whoever stands against or contradicts him.
• “Al-Kauthar”  (Abundance): The dreamer will be well off on Earth and in the Hereafter.
• “Al-Kafirun”  (Those Who Reject Faith): The dreamer will be successful in the struggle against atheists.
• “An-Nasr”  (Succor or Victory): The dreamer will triumph over enemies but will die soon, because it was the last Sarah revealed to the Holy Prophet and the one he used for his own obituary.
• “Al-Lahab”  (The Flame) or “Tabbat Yada”  (Perish the Two Hands) or “Al-Masadd”  (The Palm-Leaf Fibret):  (1) Some hypocrites are bracing to harm the dreamer, but God Almighty will see to it that they perish.  (2) Wishes will be fulfilled and good days are ahead.
• “Al-Ikhlas”  (The Sincerity or Purity of Faith):  (1) Wishes will come true, life will improve, reputation will be great but children will diminish or no male child born to the dreamer will live.  (2) The dreamer will repent.  (3) Death is near.
• “Al-Falaq”  (The Daybreak): God will ward off every evil, whether it comes from a human being, a genie, or any living being, and will shield the dreamer against the evil eye.
• “An-Nas”  (Mankind): The dreamer will be immune from all kinds of harm and tragedies and protected from Satan and his soldiers or aides, as well as the latter’s evil thoughts, which he induces.



 
 

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