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True dreams and visions (Ru’yah Sadiqa), and good dreams and visions (Ru’yah Saliha), constitute Bushrah (glad tidings) from Allah, Most High Indeed such dreams are the last remaining part of Nahmauwah (Prophethood) in the world today.
Dreams are so important that the Prophet (s)declared: Whoever does not believe in dreams is not one of us. So important are dreams that you are what you dream. Tell me your dreams, says the author of this book.and I will tell you who you are”.
This book emphasizes the importance of dreams. and, in particular, the phenomenon of true dreams (of which there are no less than eight in the Qur’an), and dreams of the Prophet (s). The author arguess that the western epistemology, derived from godless materialism, cannot explain the phenomena noun of true dreams, nor can the scientific Protestant Islam’ of the modern age do so). The Sufis have faithfully preserved the epistemology of Islam which alone can explain a true dream or vision. And Dr. Muhammad Iqbal has directed attention to this epistemology in the first two chapters of his great work: ‘The Reconstruction of Religious Thought in Islam’.
Dreams in Islam – A Window to Truth and to the Heart describes the classification and interpretation of dreams, and analyses all eight dreams located in the Qur’an. The book also records all the dreams of the Prophet (s) himself, as well as of his companions.
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