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The dream started out me being inside of a room. I was looking at a chair but it was kind of like a couch. It was colored red and gold and it looked very pretty. I just kept my eye on it and I was very close to it, it was almost like I was inspecting it. All I focused on was the chair and a voice in my head was telling me that "You are looking at a chair,this is a chair that that prophet Muhammad (sws)(pbuh) sat on" I was amazed and satisfied to have even touched this chair because I knew that it was something special at the very moment. But, I got up and turned my head and there I saw a scene in the same room happen right before my eyes. There were men,happy believers saying "ALLHU AKBAR!" holding that same chair up high and there I saw prophet Muhammad (sws)on this chair there were raising him up very high and I just watched in amazement and it felt as if I was apart of it. I felt very happy and calm in the dream. EXCEPT, I don't think it really counts as seeing the prophet (sws) in the dream because as I read, it does not mean something good to have seen him in another form. I saw that he was young,I only saw the back of his head and his hair was short and BLACK and he was wearing the caps that muslim men wear to pray (white circle caps)and white clothing. I guess this comes from my personal interpretations since I was a kid I would always imagine it this way but I feel bad. Yet, I had not seen his face EVER. I feel like it doesn't count as seeing the prophet (sws) in my dreams yet something in my dream kept telling me that it WAS HIM. I was very sure it was. I have an unusual love for Islam and my friends and family notice that too. I always love to study the history of it. This is not the first time I had seen him in my dream. I only see him young, not old so is that bad? I have seen him in another dream before and in the SAME FORM and I was in paradise. I saw angels and the prophet so I guess I was in "Al-Firdaws" I always feel happy after seeing these dreams. I am a person who makes a lot of the same mistakes over and over again but alhamdulilah I always feel like I am being guided. What does this chair dream mean? Is this bad or good? Unfortunately, I am very disappointed because it's not the correct form of the prophet (sws). Does anyone have an accurate answer to this dream? :) THNX FOR READING

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Were the clothes white? Describe the appearance of the man on the couch and those around him. What did they look like in clothing and brightness?

You must be really pious and for that reason you are getting closer to paradise. Keep doing good deeds and you will attain that paradise.

(May 10 at 21:15) abdul_wasay ♦ abdul_wasay's gravatar image

Prophet Muhammad (sws) clothing were white like regukar clothing, He was wearing a cap and the men were wearing regular clothing. I wasn't really paying attention to what they were wearing exactly but I felt it was the prophet in my dream, I don't want to be confused about it.

(May 10 at 21:24) soulwriter67 soulwriter67's gravatar image

Thank you so much :)

(May 10 at 21:27) soulwriter67 soulwriter67's gravatar image

As for the couch, I can say that it is reserved for you in the paradise, Allah knows best. Btw there are reclined couches in paradise as in Surah Mutfifin

You said there was that thought he was our Rasool (pbuh). It is possible and because I saw the same man in white clothes as well, thus he can be Prophet Muhammad (pbuh).

If the people are holding his chair, then these people must be the ummah of the leader and the leader must be Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), and there is some "high chance" that it might only be Prophet Muhammad (pbuh).

Tell me how did you feel in your heart when you woke up?

(May 10 at 21:31) abdul_wasay ♦ abdul_wasay's gravatar image

Do you know the cap colour? Was he the tallest amongst them on the couch?

Answer these questions and I will tell you your answer.

(May 10 at 21:32) abdul_wasay ♦ abdul_wasay's gravatar image

I felt calm, In my life right now, I am under huge distress in school and I am trying my hardest to finish but when I saw the dream ... some of my stress disappeared and I feel renewed but in the beginning I was a bit worried. It turned out to be better than what I thought and the room was completely empty, none of my focus was on anything but the chair and the prophet (sws)and before the people said "ALLAHU AKBAR" It came from my mouth first then all of a sudden there were men saying it out loud in a high spirited way. Thank u may allah also be with you :)

(May 10 at 21:39) soulwriter67 soulwriter67's gravatar image

The cap color was white, YES he was the tallest amongst all of the people on the couch.

(May 10 at 21:43) soulwriter67 soulwriter67's gravatar image

I will assume you are very good practising Muslim. You already had your answer when you stared this question "I saw Prophet Muhammad (saw) in my dream" (allahmdullilah how does Allah do miracles?).

You will also join them and say Allah Akbar with them inshallah. Right now you are seeing them from a distance, now you have to be a part of it. Maybe Allah (swt) is guiding you to get closer to Him. The following hadith might interest you:

(May 10 at 21:43) abdul_wasay ♦ abdul_wasay's gravatar image

“Allah Almighty said “I am as My servant expects Me to be. I am with him if he remembers Me. If he remembers Me to himself, I would remember him to Myself. And if he remembers Me in a gathering, I would remember him in a gathering, which is even better. And if My servant draws near to Me by a hand’s span, I would draw near to him by an arm’s length and if he draws near to Me by an arm’s length, I would draw near to him by a fathom’s length. And if My servant comes to me walking, I would go to him speeding.” (Al-Bukhari)

(May 10 at 21:44) abdul_wasay ♦ abdul_wasay's gravatar image

If currently you are about 90% sure its Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), next dream you might see his face (inshallah), then you will 100% certain. Lets add the fact that you saw him before that makes it 98-95% chance it was Rasool (pbuh) in your dream. You can be almost certain but do expect more to come.

Be happy that most the descriptions match which pertains to Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). May Allah bless us with good dreams (ameen).

(May 10 at 21:49) abdul_wasay ♦ abdul_wasay's gravatar image

I'll let you know that I always remember Allah (swt) everywhere I go, everything I do. I always listen to Islamic songs, I pray 5 times a day, I read the qur'an, I remind my muslim friends to pray. I even wrote paragraphs about Islam and studied it everyday. I've also tried helping others convert because I had a friend who wanted to convert to islam. I am very aware of everything I do even when I make terrible mistakes over and over again, I still feel like Allah (swt) is guiding me all the way.

(May 10 at 21:52) soulwriter67 soulwriter67's gravatar image

Then you saw him.

Apostle of Allah sallallahu alaihe wasallam said, "He who sees me in a dream has certainly seen me, because Satan can not take my form."

If you feeling dissatisfied it is because there might be more to come in your next dream. Next time you will be saying ALlah Akbar with them inshallah.

As I said black hair, short and white clothes, these are very matching to Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), subhanallah.

This is a dream from Allah.

May Allah grant u jannah.

(May 10 at 21:54) abdul_wasay ♦ abdul_wasay's gravatar image

Thank you for answering my question :) I really appreciate it and now I am certain that it was him because I knew the whole message was something very good. :)

(May 10 at 22:00) soulwriter67 soulwriter67's gravatar image

As I said then you saw him, allahmdullilah.

Allah Hafiz brother, I gotta go to sleep.

(May 10 at 22:02) abdul_wasay ♦ abdul_wasay's gravatar image
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