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Dream of Allah in Islam

Seeing Allah in a dream can be interpreted according to one's state of being. If one sees Allah in His glory and majesty, without descriptive designation, without ascription of human characteristics to Him and without depiction or portrayal in the dream, it is an indication of glad tidings for both this world and the hereafter.

These blessings also may continue to affect the lives of one's progeny. If one sees Allah otherwise in a dream, it means confusion, and particularly if the Allah does not address him. If an ailing person sees Him in a dream, it means that he will soon die and come to meet Him. If a straying soul sees Allah in a dream, it will find guidance. If an oppressed person sees Him, it means that justice will prevail and he will triumph over his oppressors. Hearing Allah'swords without designation represents the imagination of the person in the dream. Perhaps hearing His words in a dream appeases one's heart and increases the person's drive for success.

Hearing Allah's words in dream without seeing Him represents the rising of one's station. If one receives revelations from behind a veil in a dream, it means mental confusion and innovation. This is most true if a messenger comes in one's dream and describes the one who spoke as Allah. In this case, the dream is a nightmare, because Allah cannot be depicted according to human descriptions. If one sees a picture of Allah in his dream, it means that he is a liar who ascribes images to Allah that do not be fit His Majesty and Glory.

If one hears Allah talking to him directly and if he can focus at Him in the dream, it means that he will be encompassed with God's mercy and blessings. If one sees Allah in a dream, it means that he will look at His Divine countenance in the hereafter. Seeing Allah seated on the Divine Throne in a dream means elevation of one's rank, knowledge and increase in his wealth.

If one sees himself running away to hide from Allah in a dream, it means that he will change the course of his devotion into heedlessness. Seeing a veil separating between the servant and Allah in a dream means that one will commit major sins and abominable actions. If one sees his Lord frowning at him, whereby he could not bear the effulgence of God's light, or if he is seized by a shock and immediately commences to repent and pray for forgiveness in the dream, it means that such a person is indulging in abominable actions, and that he is a despicable sinner who follows his own mind and desires, and that he is an innovator of religious thoughts who misleads the people.

If one hears Allah talking to him in a dream, it represents an admonition and a warning to abstain from sin. If one hears Allah talking to him in a dream, it also means that one is more assiduous in his recital of the Quran. If one hears Allah talking to him with words he cannot understand, then if He anoints him and blesses him in the dream, it means that Allah will bring him high unto Himself and exalt his station.

If one sees Allah in dream in a form resembling one's father, a brother or a relative and showing His kindness or blessing him in a dream, it means that he will be afflicted with a calamity and a major illness. If a righteous person sees himself standing before Allah in reverence and filled with awe in a dream, it means that mercy will encompass him and help him to further his growth. The same interpretation applies if one sees himself prostrating before Him. If Allah speaks to someone from behind a veil in a dream, it can also represent a good worshipper, but if the Divine address takes place without a veil in the dream, it means falling into sin.

If Allah names someone in his dream with his birth name, then adds another title to it, it means rising in station and rank. If one sees Allah angry with him in a dream; it means that his parents are displeased with him. This description includes seeing oneself falling from the skies or from the top of a mountain. If a devoted servant sees Allah kissing him in a dream, it applies to his growing devotion and reward. Fearing Allah in a dream reflects eminence, peacefulness, quiescence, wealth of being and disregard for material needs.