wow, your dreams make us all want to dream

Q: Assalam Alaikum
Hope this message is reached with good health and iman inshallah.  I generally don’t like getting my dreams interpreted, however I have been having very unique and detailed dreams lately which have a recurring theme.  For the last 6 months or so, I have been seeing dreams of silver things like a grayish silver horse with a long tail and  with a silver saddle that I was climbing up onto,  a silver necklace, silver clothing following the Islamic dress.  And in the dream that I am in a silver dress, I end up standing right infront of the kabah and am looking up to it.  All these items were seen separately gradually over a couple of months.  Then recently I saw something very interesting in a dream.  The sun and the moon were out at the same time, and it was night time.  All of a sudden I see somewhere from two to three other moons  or planets.  First they were dim and then they glowed brighter and brighter to a white color.  Then all of them align in a straight line.  Its not an eclipse as neither the sun nor the moon covered the other, but they were lined up instead in a vertical line in the sky.  I felt fear and awe and amazement at the same time.

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Time: Monday January 31, 2011 at 10:58 pm

A: وعليكم السلام ورحمة الله وبركاته
Wishing you the very best as well, Ameen.

Considering that you have not made mention of wanting a single dream interpreted, based on the articles observed in your dream over the given period of time, your dreams imply exceptional positivity and success on every level — social, economical, political, etc.

May Allah (swt) continue to Bless you on every level, Ameen.

Allah Certainly Knows Best.

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One response to “wow, your dreams make us all want to dream

  1. Toward_Khilafah

    Dreams are such an interesting science, yet I fear sometimes that they are as mysterious and partially misunderstood as they are because we are not meant to understand them completely. Some dreams with a good meaning or with glad tidings may just be the thing that relaxes us to the extend that we feel “safe” from our Nafs. and from Shaytaan, and so we begin to slowly veer off the path of Al Haqq.

    Although good dreams are a blessing, we must be careful not to let them create a false sense of security. Wallahu A’lam.