Dream Interpretation Aha | What does the Aha symbol mean? | Seeing Aha in Dream

Aha Dream Meanings

What does Aha mean in dream?

Aha | Dream Meanings


Islamic Dream Interpretation

(God’s bosom friend, upon whom be peace. arb. khali”l) To see the Prophet Abraham, upon whom be peace, in a dream is a good sign of wealth, blessings, glad tidings, devotion, long life, assiduousness, healing of a sick, noble goals, righteous progeny, commanding good and forbidding evil, discarding bad company, compliance with the divine ruling, knowledge, guidance, success after failure and separation from one’s family and kin to seek God’s nearness and pleasure. In a dream, Abraham represents the element of compassion toward one’s son and family and sometime he represents the element of adversities and finally ofreachingsafety. (Also see Feast ofImmolation; Stotion. of Abraham)

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Blessed father and founder of many, faithful friend of god

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Dreams of an ‘aha’ moment symbolize illumination, clarity and awakening. Pay particular attention to the context of the ‘aha’ moment. See Lucid Dreams.

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From the gray land; see “pearl”

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Islamic Dream Interpretation

To see Jahannam in one’s dream is a warning that the observer will plunge into commission ofheinous crimes and sins. Such a person should immediately resort to taubah and refrain from his bad habits and mend his ways.

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Islamic Dream Interpretation

(Fragrance; Seeds used in perfumes and in making sweets; Prunus Mahaleb, bot.) In a dream, a mahaleb tree represents blessed and sweet earnings. Seeing a mahaleb tree or a branch of it in a dream also may mean begetting a son.

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Islamic Dream Interpretation

(arb. Tashahhud) A sitting posture during one’s prayers which includes the proclamation of God’s oneness ti.e., I bear witness that God is one, no associate has He, and I bear witness that Muhammad is His servant and Messenger.) To see oneself offering the testimony of faith in a dream means the lifting of his adversities and achievement of his goals.

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Islamic Dream Interpretation

Whoever recites it in his dream his ambitions will be fulfilled, people will mention his name with reverence, he will become firm in his beliefs, his family will be small and his life will pass with ease and comfort.

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Islamic Dream Interpretation

Thoever reads it will love performing the tahaj-jud salaah and do good deeds, Moreover, he will spend his time in the company of pious people.

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Islamic Dream Interpretation

(Maqam Ibraliim, arb.) One who stands at the Station of Abraham at the Sacred Mosque in Mecca and offers his prayers in a dream is a pious person who observes the divine laws and who may be invited to perform a pilgrimage.

If a terrified person sees himself entering inside the Station of Abraham in a dream, it means that all his fears will be dispelled and that he will reach the abode of safety. Entering the station of God’s prophet Abraham, uponwhom be peace, in a dream also means receiving honors, seekingknowledge, or receiving an inheritance from one’s father or mother. Standing up or sitting at the Station of Abraham in a dream also may signify living by the divine laws until one’s soul returns to its Lord. (Also see Abraham)

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Islamic Dream Interpretation

(arb. Testimonial greetings) The last segment of the regular Islamic prayers which is recited in a sitting posture. Once completed, one may ask for his personal needs or pray for others. Ifone reaches this segment of his prayer in a dream, it represents a condition or an agreement that must be fulfilled between two partners, or it could mean finding a guardian for one’s intended wife (i.e., her father, uncle, brother, etcetera), without whom the marriage is not legitimate. Reciting the Tahayyiit in a dream also means bartering material property for spiritual gains.

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