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Im 16 years old and I've been Muslim all my life. I started fasting when I was 12. For some reason only during Ramadan I have these strange psychic like dreams that always come true in the future. Two years ago I dreamt that my house was on fire and I was worried because I didn't want anyone in my family to be hurt and then it was shown to me that we weren't at home. The next week just that happened. My mom was going out to buy groceries for iftar at our masjid that night and my sister and I decided to go with her and when we came back our house was filled with smoke. Our dryer had caught on fire. One ramadan I had a dream that it was only going to last 29 days instead of 30 and it did. A year ago I dreamt that my dad and I would be in a car accident and it happened 3 days later. Praise be to ALLAH that neither him nor me were hurt. There have been alot of other small incidents but I'll just list this last one. The night that ramadan came in I had a dream that someone I knew would lose their mother. I hoped that it wouldn't come true because the loss of a mother is a terrible thing. But unfortunately it did happen. A friend of mine lost her mother today. I suppose what Im trying to ask is are these dreams just coincidences or is ALLAH sending them to me for some reason? I don't have such vivid dreams like this during the rest of the year, only during ramadan. Please give me an explanation these dreams don't happen to anyone else in my family. Thank you and may ALLAH bless you with a successful ramadan.

Al Salam Alikom, May Allah bless you and safeguard you. The best route to take is just not to think much about such matter, because we know only Allah knows the future. As for you seeing things and they happening, they are just a coincidence.

Here is what you should do In Sha Allah:

These and similar unpleasant dreams come from the Shaytaan. What is prescribed for the Muslim, if he sees a dream that he dislikes, is to spit drily to his left three times and to seek refuge with Allaah from the Shaytaan and from the evil of what he has seen, three times, and he should turn over onto his other side. Then it (his dream) will not harm him. And he should not tell anyone about it, because the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “The good dream comes from Allaah and the bad dream comes from the Shaytaan. So if any one of you sees a bad dream which frightens him, let him spit drily to his left and seek refuge with Allaah from its evil, then it will not harm him.” (Narrated by al-Bukhaari, Bad’ al-Khalq, 3049).

May Allah bless you.

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