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Remarrying my husband

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Assalamu alaikum.I dreamt of remarrying my husband twice today.In real life we are married for almost two years and his parents still didnt accept me.In my first dream I saw I was getting ready to get married my parents were beside me and my husband's mom and step dad was there and arranging everything.then i suddenly woke up.I slept again and saw another dream where I was again getting ready to get married and my husband's father and his wife was there.(my father and mother in law are sperated.please help me to find these dream meanings.Jazak Allah khair


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  1. Assalaamualaykum Sabihazahan,

    I am reposting some information shared with this website by advisor "Al," in response to others' dream-related questions...may Allah bless him and his family:

    Dreams are broken into three parts according to the Sunnah:

    1.Ru’yaa – good visions (dreams)
    2.Hulum – bad dreams
    3.Dreams from one’s self

    Abu Hurayrah narrated Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said, “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).

    True or Good Dreams

    We can see true dreams are from Allah Ta’aala as Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said, “True dreams are from Allah, and bad dreams are from Shaitan.” (Sahih Al-Bukhari).

    True believers are more likely to happen to those who are truthful in their lives as Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said, “Those of you with the truest dreams will be those who are most truthful in speech” (Sahih Muslim).
    Good dreams are also from Allah Ta’aala. Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said, “If anyone of you has a dream that he likes then it is from Allah. He should thank Allah for it and narrate it to others.” (Sahih Al-Bukhari) Good deeds consist of people doing Halaal (lawful) acts.

    One should share their dreams with those they like as Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said, “If one sees a good dream, let him expect good, and not tell it except to those he likes.” (Muslim) An example of this is Yaqoob (AS) telling his son, Yusuf (AS) concerning his dream about eleven stars and the sun and the moon prostrating to him (scholars have said the eleven stars were his brothers, and the sun and the moon represented his mother and father): “He said, “O my son! Relate not your vision to your brothers lest they arrange a plot against you. Verily! Satan is to man an open enemy.” (Surah Yusuf 12:5) We know the half-brothers of Yusuf were jealous of him to begin with so telling them the dream would probably only serve to increase the jealousy.

    Muhammad (S) also told us, “Nothing is left of prophethood except glad tidings.” Those with him asked, “What are glad tidings?” He (S) replied, “Good dreams.” (Sahih Al-Bukhari)

    Bad Dreams

    As stated above bad dreams are from Shaitan. Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) told us what to do upon seeing a bad dream. “So when one of you sees a dream which he does not like, he should spit on his left side three times, seek refuge with Allah from Shaitan thrice, and change the side which he was lying (Sahih Muslim) and in another narration in Muslim, Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) told us if we spit three times and seek refuge from Allah then it (the dream) will not harm them.” (Sahih Muslim).

    Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) also told us that if we saw a bad dream to “stand up and offer prayer.” (Sahih Muslim).
    Bad Dreams Should Not Be Disclosed

    Muhammad (S) said, …If he has a dream that he dislikes, then it is from Shaitan. He should seek refuge with Allah from its evil, and he SHOULD NOT MENTION IT TO ANYBODY, then it will not harm him.” (Sahih Al-Bukhari). If one does tell somebody about the bad dream then there could be the chance that some harm will come out of it.

    Inshallah this very thorough information will help you interpret your dream, as you would really know best how it fits in with the specifics above.



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