Imam Jafar al-Sadiq: Whoever sees himself reciting at a place in which reciting is not allowed [then that is] indicative of 4 sides: peace & wealth, the attainment of goals, Hujja, on account of his (pbuh) saying: The Quran is a proof for you or upon / against you.
Looking into the Qur’aan and reciting it depicts and Hikmah (i.e. Islamic knowledge and wisdom). In general, reciting the Qur’aan Symbolises truthfulness in speech and conduct.
Imam Jafar al-Sadiq: A vision of the Quran is upon 7 sides: knowledge & wisdom, inheritance, a trust & halal sustenance & a decision & strength.
Imam Jafar al-Sadiq: Interpreted upon 8 sides: knowledge, Quran, wisdom, halal wealth, beautiful woman, child of noble birth, friend.
1. Looking for answers for a very difﬁcult problem or problems. 2. If one is not muslim, one is considering changing religions.
Imam Jafar al-Sadiq: Interpretred upon 4 sides: an increase of ornament, beauty, learning of knowledge, Quran & honor, high standing, sadness, sorrow due to divorce, if he doesn’t have a wife then it indicates sadness.
(Cave; Den; Harbor; lodge; Refuge; Retreat; Sanctuary) Visiting a Khanqah in a dream means travels, asceticism, piety, fear of wrongdoing, reading the Quran, ceasing to seek worldly gains, observing sexual abstinence, or it could mean suffering from asphyxia.
If the males thereof are seen in the dream with no desire to hunt them, they represent such people who have no Deen; they have alienated themselves from the Muslim community so as to follow their own whims and fancies.
Dreams are broken into three parts according to the Sunnah: Ru’yaa – good visions (dreams) Hulum – bad dreams Dreams from one’s self Abu Hurayrah narrated Muhammad (s.a.v.) 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 […]
Imam Jafar al-Sadiq: The rhapsodizing (reciting a poem) with a flute, the sound of a flute, and listening to it, [these are] interpreted upon 3 sides: adversity, sorrow, dispute.