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LebaneseDane

Dream Interpretation: I saw imam Hussein (as)

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Salam Alaikum

I wanted to ask weather anyone knows where I can get a hold of an arabic speaking sheikh og sayed who can interpret dreams (more like ro'yas) for me. Under Ashura, specifically the night after Abafadlul Abbas martyred, I had a dream about Imam Hussein (as) visiting me. But he wasnt sad or in war. He was like a beautiful king dressed in the most amazing heavy bordeaux red cape with light embroidery on it. Next to him was a person all dressed in the most beautiful white/goldish cape and the noor was clearly shining from him, but his face was covered with a white fabric just like the green fabric we see in those imam ali (as) pictures that are made - that's how he wore it. In the dream I wondered if it was Gibrail, but I questioned that, because why would I be able to see imam Husseins face and not Gibrails?

What amazed me the most was the way they walked. They were SO majestic and strong. They were tall and handsome and walked like great kings. This is the best way I can describe it - but it does not make them any justice. I felt the dream was very real and that it was another world that opened up to me and I was able to see them in my home (my parents' home actually). 

They walked into the living room and I followed them. I saw them standing facing partially each other and a specifik wall and they were discussing something, trying to figure something out, and then reaching a conclusion, but I was just standing in the door completely amazed by what I was seeing. Then they dissapeared and on the wall next to them the blood of imam Hussein (as) appeared to me and the amount of blood increased and then a hand print made with the blood also appeared on the wall.

The blood dissapeard and I looked over at the window shelf/sill and there Imam Hussein has left diamonds. It was the diamonds of Imam al Hussein (as). I took one up and pointed it to a light and I saw it project colours inside it like a rainbow  and in amazement told my parents that those were real diamonds that the Imam had left for us. Everything was like how my home looks like in real life.

This dream happend after the morning prayer where I went back to sleep. That night before the dream - I came home from the Abafadlul Abbas majles prayed the maghreb and isha prayers and my 9 year old sister came in and asked me to play with her. I told her I needed to read ziyarat Ashura first and then we could play. When I was reading it she was just sitting looking at me and when I was done she asked me if one could really see Ahlulbayt. I told her of course, if you are a good person you can even make dua and tell them whatever you want and ask them for whatever you want. Because Allah loves them so much he will answer your dua. We are all born in Denmark so especially her arabic isnt very good so she asked me what I would say to them formulated in arabic. I told her I would tell them that I loved them and missed them and that I wish I could have been with them to support them and ask them to ask Allah to keep my family healthy and so on. Apparently she got convinced that they would answer immediately and asked me an hour later if I had heard them yet. I told her no but maybe they will come to you in your dream and answer. Well the next morning she got dissapointed that it was me who saw Imam Hussein in my dream and not her :)

Anyways if it is of any relevance I'm a 25-year old unmarried women. I practice my religion but not to the extent that I could be and should be - but al7amdulillah my iman and love for Ahlulbayt is big. I dont know if I even feel worthy of seeing Imam Husseins beautiful face though. I hope someone will help me or ask an a shia imam for me. I dont know anyone in Denmark who are able to do so. Maybe you have an e-mail adress for an imam?  

Wa alaikum alsalam

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Bismehe Ta3ala,

Assalam Alikum.

Imam Hussain 3la salam said if you visit me, I will return your visit.  Since your love for him is sincere and you shared that with your dear sister, I think your dream reinforced your beliefs.

Make sure your love of Imam Hussain 3la salam is practiced in real life.  Do salat at the beginning of the time.  This includes fajr prayers as soon as it is time to do it wake up and pray on time.  Have deep concern over your hijab, do not do zeena on your face and wear loose fitting modest clothing.  Stay away from haram and continue doing your wajab.

God bless you sister wa 3dthama Allah lakal ajr wa taqbal Allah a3malik.

M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah

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On 24/10/2016 at 6:34 AM, Laayla said:

Bismehe Ta3ala,

Assalam Alikum.

Imam Hussain 3la salam said if you visit me, I will return your visit.  Since your love for him is sincere and you shared that with your dear sister, I think your dream reinforced your beliefs.

Make sure your love of Imam Hussain 3la salam is practiced in real life.  Do salat at the beginning of the time.  This includes fajr prayers as soon as it is time to do it wake up and pray on time.  Have deep concern over your hijab, do not do zeena on your face and wear loose fitting modest clothing.  Stay away from haram and continue doing your wajab.

God bless you sister wa 3dthama Allah lakal ajr wa taqbal Allah a3malik.

M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah

Thank you very much :)

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