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Types of vision and criteria for its truthfulness

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Reasons for the sincerity of visions

There is no doubt that the signs of the promising vision emanate from multiple and varied reasons, and they are only available to those who have the qualities of faith, piety and justice, the more honest and honest a person is, the more true the visions he sees, and the hadith of the Prophet confirmed this matter by saying the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him): “I believe you in vision, I believe you recently.”

Today, Muslims are witnessing an intensification of sermons and multiple experiences that may raise doubts in their hearts, so believers need visions and missionaries that confirm their steadfastness in their religion and strengthen their faith.

It is clear to us that the types of vision and the criteria for its truthfulness are not limited to people who possess the qualities of faith and integrity, but are also related to the extent of the sincerity and integrity of the person, and are considered to be authentic to the hadith of the Prophet Muhammad – peace and blessings be upon him.

When is the time of the Revelation?

  • A Muslim can see a good vision either at night or during the day, he may enjoy that vision at different times of the day. Therefore, a good vision is distinguished by its own characteristics, not by the time in which it appears.
  • The scholar Ibn Sirin referred to this subject when he pointed out that daytime vision is just as important and credible as night vision. For example, he explained that the Prophet (may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him) had seen a true sight during a nap in the house of um Haram, the daughter of Milhan, the wife of the companion ‘Ubadah ibn al-Samit.
  • But although true vision is often visible to a person during the night, that doesn’t necessarily mean it doesn’t happen before or after Fajr prayers. Rather, a good vision appears at the appropriate times and appropriate to the will of God Almighty, without time restriction.

Distinguishing between a true vision and a false vision

Types of vision and criteria for its truthfulness
  • Sometimes it is easy to distinguish between real and false visions, but sometimes it may not be easily or permanently possible, since there are no final criteria that can be relied upon in evaluating most dreams.
  • In many cases, the visionary or interpreter may not be able to confirm whether the vision is correct or incorrect, and therefore it is sometimes difficult for a person to determine the correctness of vision.
  • However, sometimes a person can prefer the health of vision, even if it is possible to be false according to certain signs in it. In these cases, a person may be inclined to accept vision as it is, regardless of its actual validity, because of the hope or desire for a particular result emanating from the vision.

Signs that help favor honest vision

  • If a person is a true Muslim, then his views are more likely to be honest than liars, and they are also more likely to be honest in not lying, so seeing the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) in his honorable image during his lifetime is considered a true vision, and the chance of it lying is almost very small.
  • The happy and joyful visions of a good Muslim are likely to be more true, however, sad or gloomy visions of a good Muslim may be more likely to lie, without conclusive evidence of their truthfulness.
  • However, visions that contain the command of virtue or the prohibition of vice can be truthful, while visions that oppose it may be more likely to lie.
  • While there is a possibility of the opposite in both cases, it is worth noting that visions sometimes have subtle meanings that differ from the apparent, whether they are for good or evil, good or corruption.

Signs of True Vision

  • The true vision that a Muslim sees when he is closer to God Almighty, such as visions that come after ablution or after Fajr prayer, or in the month of Ramadan, or during the Hajj period, or during jihad, or after supplication, or in cases of istikhara or resorting to God, may be very true.
  • The visions a Muslim sees around the Day of Judgment are likely to be true, with little probability that they are false.
  • Since visions relate to religious matters or the afterlife, such as seeing the remembrance of God, the Qur’an, prophets, mosques, or paradise, they can be truthful, but the possibility that they are false is not ruled out.
  • Visions that contain unknown things in a person’s life are likely to be real, as well as visions that the viewer remembers for long periods (such as a few years) may be true.
  • Here emphasizes the role of experience in dealing with visions, where the interpreter, thanks to God, can distinguish between true and false visions through a certain sense that allows him to do so.

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The truest vision

Vision is divided into different types:

  • The first is the true and apparent vision, which is considered part of the prophecy, based on the words of God Almighty, “God has believed His Messenger the vision in truth”, as happened with the Messenger of God, peace be upon him, when he saw in his dream that he and his companions entered Mecca safely.
  • The second type of vision is the good vision and good news from God Almighty.
  • The third vision is the vision of angels, which is what man sees from the King of Visions, who is known as “friends”, according to what God taught from the version of the Mother Book and the vigor of mentioning parables for all things.
  • The fourth type is to see clear symbols, such as mountains, rivers, trees and other symbols related to life, including modern symbols such as cars, airplanes, and others.
Types of vision and criteria for its truthfulness

General benefits about visions and dreams

  • An individual can see visions for themselves, but they may appear to their brother, peer, or other people in society. 
  • These visions are expressed through the Qur’an, the Sunnah, Arabic literature, and the traditions of the countries to which the subject of the vision relates.
  • In the vision, the classification is made based on gender, class and innate traits, where nationalities are represented by rivers, birds and animals, and these symbols express people.
  • Sexually, the camel is a symbol of the Arab man, while the pig represents the European man, and the peacock represents the Indian man. 
  • As for temperament, it expresses the symbol and its nature, and is usually applied to the individual.

The Muslim’s position towards honest visions

  • The Muslim’s attitude towards sincere visions should be a thank you to God Almighty for this grace, as visions are considered one of the signs of God that promise the Muslim his goodness and piety.
  • A Muslim should only talk about visions with loved ones, and speak them to people who have a good understanding of their interpretation and interpretation.

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Types of insights

The visions that a person sees while he sleeps are divided into three types, as the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) told us, where he said: “The vision is three, including: a lullabye from Satan to grieve the son of Adam, and some of them are what concerns a man in his wakefulness and sees him in his dream, and some of them are part of the forty-six parts of prophecy”, these types are:

  • Good vision: It comes from God Almighty, and the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) pointed out that it is part of the parts of prophecy, and in these visions a person sees what pleases him or alerts him to good or warns him of evil, and often to encourage or guide him, whoever sees these visions should thank God for them and tell them to those he loves.
  • Dream: It comes from Satan, where Satan seeks to grieve and intimidate man, and shows man in these visions things he hates, the believer should ignore these visions and not pay attention to them.
  • Self-talk: Also known as pipe dreams, which is what a person tells himself before bedtime because of what he thinks, and it is usually related to things stored in the subconscious mind or in memory

Signs of vision

Honest visions are characterized by distinctive signs that distinguish them from others, including:

  • Honesty: A vision is true when it tells about facts that already exist or will happen in the future, and the occurrence is in line with what the seer saw in the vision.
  • The goodness of the vision: The vision is valid when it bears good news or a warning of evil, and it is a sign of goodness and faith for its owner.
  • Clarity: Vision is clear and clear, as it does not contain intertwined and incomprehensible events such as in a dream or self-talk.
  • Clear memory: A person remembers the vision clearly, which enables him to narrate it to others without forgetting details and events.
  • It indicates righteousness and honesty: the vision is true according to the righteousness and integrity of its owner, as the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) emphasized by saying: “I believe them in a vision that I believe them recently.”
Signs of a Promising Vision

Working with insights

The Prophet Muhammad (may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him) instructed Muslims on how to deal with good visions and satanic dreams as follows:

  • A Muslim should praise Allah (swt) for the good vision they see.
  • The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “If any of you sees a vision that he likes, let him do it.”
  • As for satanic dreams, the Muslim must realize that they are from the devil who seeks his sorrows, and he must turn away from them and not pay much attention to them.
  • A Muslim should seek refuge in Allah from the accursed Satan to protect himself from the evil of satanic dreams.
  • A Muslim should seek refuge with Allah from the dream itself to protect himself from any evil that may hold him.
  • A Muslim is advised to blow on his left three times if he sees a dream that he hates.
  • No one should be told about the dream that a Muslim saw.
  • A Muslim should change the side on which he was sleeping when he wakes up after seeing a dream.
  • A Muslim is advised to get up from his bed, perform two rak’ahs, and perform ablution after seeing the dream.

Dreams that do not fall under the category of promising or sad visions or self-talk can be in a different group, as the Prophet (may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him) divided the vision into three sections, where it was stated in the hadith: “The vision is three: the vision of the righteous is good news from God, a vision of sadness from the devil, and a vision of what happens to oneself.” 

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) also said: “The vision is three, including the horrors of Satan so that the sons of Adam may grieve for him, and among them what he cares about while awake and sees him in his dreams, and one of them is one of the forty-six parts of the Prophethood.”

Ibn al-Mulqin explains in some interpretations that the vision may result from various reasons, some of which are whispering and sad for the Muslim, some of which stem from the talk of the soul in wakefulness and one sees it in his sleep, and some of which are inspired by God. 

The vision that stems from the talk of the soul and the whispers of Satan is the one that lies, while what is by God does not lie, and on this basis dreams that do not fall under any of the previously mentioned categories can be the result of a variety of sources and different influences determined by the nature of the individual and his psychological and spiritual conditions.

Rules of vision and dreams

Rules can be developed that control dealing with visions and dreams, which show the types of vision and the criteria for its truthfulness, including:

  • There is no trace of dreams in Sharia rulings, as Sharia rulings are based on evidence derived from Sharia, and therefore do not entail specific jurisprudential rulings, even if the visions agree with some Sharia rulings, the work in this is based on the jurisprudence of the jurists, not the vision itself.
  • True visions do not contradict the Sharia, as everything that a person sees in his dream that contradicts the Sharia is not considered a source of judgment, whether positively or negatively, as Sharia is a ruler of human actions and dreams, whether in wakefulness or in a dream.
  • Working with visions is conditional, as there should be some conditions for visions to be considered valid for action, such as that the place of work with the vision falls under the permissibility, that it has a preponderant interest for man, that it is good news or a warning of evil, and that there is an urgent motivation to work with it.
  • Differentiate between types of dreams, where a person should not deal with everything he sees as one reality, visions may be from God to herald good or to warn against evil, or it may be the talk of the soul from the talk of the subconscious mind, or it may be from the devil to make man sad.
  • Not making fateful decisions based on dreams, as a person should collect information and consultation before making fateful decisions, and his work should be based on wisdom and guidance, without relying completely on what he sees in a dream.
  • These rules help to organize the dealing with visions and dreams in an objective and balanced manner, while maintaining rationality and caution in dealing with these phenomena.

In summary, good visions are not denied, but what should be extravagant and not rely on everything that a person sees in his sleep, it may be a good vision, or a dream from Satan, or a hadith of the soul, provided that dreams are not relied on in making fateful decisions, nor that a legal ruling is based on them, which is in our lives like salt in food.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why does God send the vision?

Perhaps these visions show some wisdom, as mentioned by Abu Huraira, and the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: The vision is of three types, the vision of goodness is good news from God, the vision of sadness is from Satan, and a vision that reflects the conditions of the person himself.

Is it permissible to ask God for a vision?

It is better that the seer’s interest is to pray to God for the forgiveness of the deceased and all Muslims, and to bless them with good in this world and the hereafter while they are in good conditions, and wishing for visions, praying for them and asking God for them is permissible.


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