Wanted! Wazaif for seeing the Prophet in dreams

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  1. chisti-raza

    chisti-raza Veteran

  2. sall Allahu Tabarak wa Ta'ala alaihi wa Aalihi wasallam
  3. SA01

    SA01 Veteran

    Kab Talak Muntazir Hum Rahein Ya Nabi , Apna Jalwa E Athar Dikha Dijiye
    Hum Faqeeron Ki Ya Ahmed E Mujtaba, Pyaas Qalbo Nazar Ki Bhuja Dijiye
  4. SA01

    SA01 Veteran

    Oh.....I see. Misunderstood you bro. Yes., u r quite right, that's just me I'm afraid.....a habit....kind of slips on to the tongue occasionally :)

  5. I mean why do people say "people who dream of O Messener of Allah"? Why not "people who dream of the Messenger of Allah"? Sallallah `Alayh wa Sallam.
  6. SA01

    SA01 Veteran

    People meaning persons, meaning anyone......any Muslim, anyone that has been blessed with such a Vision......does that make sense. Sorry.....it wasn't meant to be cryptic.....just a simple word.
  7. Why do we say, "people who dream of Ya Rasulallah"? It does not make sense. Allahumma Salli wa Sallim wa Barik `Alayh.
  8. SA01

    SA01 Veteran

    Aaye Haaye indeed bro NJ... ;(. Tis the yearning of this pathetic little soul that pines for the cool breeze of Madinah Paak even!

    I have heard that some people dream of Ya Rasulallah Salallahu Alaihi wasallam....but whilst they see the bodily shape, the noor, the environment and everything else, the physical features are not seen by them. Does this also constitute as a vision of Nabi Paak salallahu alaihi wasallam? I know someone who has and they were so scared they could hardly retell what happened. They said when they awoke, they felt as if their heart was going to explode.....they were reciting Darud Shareef as they awoke! Subhanallah!

    What an experience that must have been.....
  9. Bismillah...

    A Fa'idah from al-Habib Ahmed Mash-hur al-Haddad is that if one recites the Bayt from the Burdah:

    نعم سرى طيف من أهوى فأرقني والحب يعترض اللذات بالألمِ

    ...one will see Sayyidina Muhammad Rasulullah Salawat Allah wa Salamuh `Alayh in ones dream. (Providing one fulfills the conditions, I believe, as Sidi Abu Hasan made clear)

  10. Wadood

    Wadood Veteran

    yes, it is possible, even if you dont recite Durood abundantly
  11. Aaaye haaye! SA01 what a heart ripping post!
    Ibelieve that tho in general terms sidi ah is totally correct the mercy and grace of our Master is so infinite that He can bless any one he wishes with this most noble of blessings which is His vision. Someone I know who was blessed with this told me that after the first time our Master showed themselves to him the beauty was so much that he actually got scared and was afraid for weeks afterwards to go to sleep though he longed for it! Gradually as Sarkar showed themselves again and again to him he was able to bear the beauty until he was so blessed to see huzoor paak whilst awake! those are high ranks. A worthless dog like myself would be ecstatic just for a single glimpse. Not that I have any good deeds but if I was a lifelong worshipped I'd give all my actions for just one deedaar of the Beloved صلى الله عليه وسلم
  12. SA01

    SA01 Veteran

    Is it possible to dream of Ya Rasulallah Salallahu alaihi wasallam, if you do not meet all the criteria mentioned in bro AH's post? I mean, is it possible that you could be blessed if you are sinner, do not perform regular prayers, are perhaps not even in a state of purity, BUT have immense yearning and love and recite Darud abundantly? I know it's contradictory, but just curious.........

    Is it possible.......?
    Last edited: Jan 14, 2010
  13. azizq

    azizq Well-Known Member

  14. azizq

    azizq Well-Known Member

    Heres the talk,


    In this fascinating talk, after some introductory comments about the Messenger of Allah (صلى الله عليه وسلم) and who he was, Shaykh Muhammad al-Yaqoubi describes over ninety ways the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) appears in people’s dreams, giving the interpretation of each dream: If you see the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) with his hands open, you will perform Hajj. If you see him leaning, your worries and difficulties will be removed. If he hands you a book, you will become a teacher. If he gives you bread, you will attain wealth. If he offers you honey, you will memorize the Qur’an. If he appears beardless or having a short beard, it means you lack righteousness and should strive to improve. If you see him while you are pregnant, you will have a boy and thus should name him Muhammad. If you see him in the middle of the night, you will be a wali of Allah (friend of God) in your forties. These are just a few examples of the many dreams of the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) Shaykh Muhammad interprets during this amazing talk. In addition, he explains how anyone who tries to add to the praises of the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) is attempting the impossible, because there are no praises beyond the praises of Allah.
  15. azizq

    azizq Well-Known Member

    I read on another forum that Shaykh Yaqoubi said to read Dalail ul Kharat and you will see the messenger of Allah (sallallu alaihi wassalam) in your dream inshaAllah. I think theres also a talk of his which we can buy were he mentions some of the ways our prophet Muhammad (sallallu alaihi wassalam) will appear to us in our dream and the purpose behind it. For example if our prophet Muhammad (sallallu alaihi wassalam) gives us honey we will become a hafiz of Quran. If he (sallallu alaihi wassalam) gives us a book we will be an alim.
  16. Sister

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  17. SA01

    SA01 Veteran

    Respect brother.......................that was just my emotions getting carried away. I didn't want to know about the dream, just how the person felt. What an immense feeling it must have been.

  18. azizq

    azizq Well-Known Member

    Sorry i cannot mention anything more than this. I myself was told with the condition that i cant tell anyone what happened.
  19. SA01

    SA01 Veteran


    Can u tell us a little about their experience??? Did they say much....were they speechless......must be so intense!
  20. azizq

    azizq Well-Known Member

    I know someone very close to me who read durood e Taj 50 plus times everyday and he was blessed to see our prophet Muhammad (sallallahu alaihiwassalam) in his dream.

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