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Hajj dream interpretations

Hajj Dream Explanation — (arb. See Feast of Immolation; Pilgrimage; Responding; Umrah) Dream Interpreter: Ibn Sirin

Hajj Dream Explanation — See Pilgrimage. Dream Interpreter: Various Islamic Scholars

Minor Hajj Dream Explanation — (See Umrah) Dream Interpreter: Ibn Sirin

Reciting Surah Hajj Dream Explanation — He will perform Hajj and Umrah. But if he is ill he will die. Dream Interpreter: Ibn Sirin

An Incomplete Athaan During the Month of Hajj Dream Explanation — Seeing oneself calling out an incomplete athaan during the months of Hajj suggests that the observer of the dream is among the good and pious people. It could also mean he will proceed for Hajj but will not be able to complete it. Dream Interpreter: Ibn Sirin

An Incomplete Athaan During any Month other than Hajj Dream Explanation — An incomplete athaan during any month other than Thil-Hijjah means he will steal something from which he will not profit a tall and, instead, he will become popular as a chief. Dream Interpreter: Ibn Sirin

Shaving the Head Dream Explanation — Dreaming of oneself as having shaved one's head during the month of Hajj is a glad tiding that one will proceed for Hajj. But if such a dream is seen during any other month besides Hajj it means that his capital (in monetary terms) will become exhausted. (This will be discussed in greater detail in this book). Dream Interpreter: Ibn Sirin

Shaving the Head Dream Explanation — If a person sees himself shaving the head in any month other than the Months of Hajj or the Sacred Months, either his capital will be lost or that of his employer's; or he will lose his job. If seen during the months of Hajj, it could only mean something good coming his way; perhaps he will proceed for Hajj. Dream Interpreter: Ibn Sirin

Athaan Dream Explanation — Hearing the athaan in one's dream during the months of Hajj (Shawwal, Zil-Qa'dah and 10 days of Zil-Hijjah), means the observer of the dream will perform Hajj. It could also mean he will attain respectability in matters of Deen. Dream Interpreter: Ibn Sirin

Moon Dream Explanation — • Looking to the sky and failing to spot the moon, then looking down to find it in bits and pieces on the ground:  (1) If a chemist or someone working with gold: Will go bankrupt.  (2) If poor: Will have plenty of riches.  (3) If a woman: Her husband will be killed.
• Seeing a crescent: Will triumph over enemies.
• Seeing a crescent during hajj  (pilgrimage) months or days: Will perform hajj, especially if the head was shaved in the dream. Dream Interpreter: Various Islamic Scholars

Sneezing Dream Explanation — If a person sees himself sneezing in the dream and another says ya-rhamukallah it is a tiding that the observer (sneezer) will perform Hajj and Umrah_ Insha-Allah. Dream Interpreter: Ibn Sirin

The Neck Dream Explanation — If the neck is severed from the body it means that the person will become free if he is a slave or he will recover from his illness or he will soon be freed of his debts. The same dream could also be interpreted as follows : he will proceed for Hajj; or if he is distressed, he will soon find relief; or if he is in fear, it will be removed. Dream Interpreter: Ibn Sirin

Hearing the Athaan in any Month Other than Thil-Hijjah Dream Explanation — If the athaan is heard in any other month besides the months of Hajj it means he will impart the knowledge of Deen through discourses and lectures. The same applies to athaan heard in streets and lanes. Dream Interpreter: Ibn Sirin

Radish Dream Explanation — • Dreaming of radish:  (1) Lawful and blessed gains.  (2) Will perform hajj  (pilgrimage)—an interpretation that according to Ibn Siren, is a bit farfetched.
• Picking or eating radish: Will do good but regret it later on. Dream Interpreter: Various Islamic Scholars

Drawing Water from a Well Dream Explanation — If a person dreams that he has drawn water from the well and given it to people to drink, it means he will be a means of providing livelihood to orphans, the weak and poor. It also means he will live a life of piety and virtue. Perhaps his wealth may become a means of people proceeding for Hajj. Dream Interpreter: Ibn Sirin

Fly Dream Explanation — • A traveller dreaming that flies have landed on his head: Should fear highwaymen who could intercept and rob him, in view of a verse in the Holy Quran that reads as follows: “… And if the fly took something from them, they could not rescue it from it. So weak are  (both) the seeker and the sought!”  (“Al-Hajj” [The Pilgrimage], verse 73.)
• A fly landing on something belonging to the dreamer: Hide your money from eventual thieves.
• Killing a fly: Rest of mind and a healthy body. Dream Interpreter: Various Islamic Scholars

Moon Dream Explanation — • Crescents assembled in the sky: Will go on hajj.
• A crescent rising from the east or the west and people admiring it on the first or last night of the Islamic month: Great news will come from that direction. If it were gleaming, scintillating, or sparkling, the news would be good. If, on the contrary, it was dark, made of brass or copper or looking like a snake or a scorpion, the news would be bad. The greater its size or its evolution in the sky, the more wide-ranging the news would be. Dream Interpreter: Various Islamic Scholars

Pilgrimage Dream Explanation — • Performing tawaf  (turning round the Kabah and praying): The dreamer will be entrusted with something honourable by some imams  (Muslim spiritual leaders).
• Performing tawaf on a horseback: The dreamer will make love to a prohibited family relation.
• Dreaming that the time has come to perform hajj and failing to do so: The dreamer will betray God’s trust, the same as not thanking God for His gifts. Dream Interpreter: Various Islamic Scholars

Responding Dream Explanation — (arb. Talbiyah) Responding to a call, or uttering and repeating a formula " Labbaika Allahumma Labbaik, " during the pilgrimage season in a dream means that one will capture his enemy and bring him to justice. Loud answering to a call in a dream means complaining before a judge, and winning the case thereafter. (Also see Hajj; Feast of Immolation; Pilgrimage) Dream Interpreter: Ibn Sirin

Incident - The conflicting interpretations Dream Explanation — It is reported that a person came to Ibn Sirin (RA) and said: “O Imaam! I dreamt that I was proclaiming the athaan!” The Imaam interpreted the dream thus: “Your hands shall be amputated (through stealing)”. Then came another person who related a similar dream. The Imaam interpreted his dream thus. : “You will proceed for Hajj.” The Imaam's students were amazed at these two conflicting interpretation of two dreams which resembled each other in every respect. They asked of or an explanation. Dream Interpreter: Ibn Sirin


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