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Dream Envisioning and its interpretation is the art of determining the proximate meanings so that a dreamer could utilise the endowed knowledge for his benefit or for the benefit of the community. If one is familiar with Psychoanalysis of an individual which could elucidate subsensual relations between minds and the envisioned dream, it would systemise the path of understanding through an associative process. Though many dream experts have worked hard to document a thesis for the interpretation of Dreams, the seminal work on the subject is "The Interpretation of Dreams" by "Sigmund Freud".-19

"Dream is the vision of your destiny, handle it with wisdom so you never lose Progeny" (Qamrul Khanson).

All Monotheistic communities like Muslims, Christians, Jews and other subgroups of these communities like Shia, Suuni, Catholics, Protestants, and Samaritans; all recognise a direct link of dreams with divine messages as evident from Abraham, Jacob, Joseph, Moses, Jesus and Muhammad (PBUT). Many religious manuals have been found in Assyria and Babylonia, the contents of which enable us to understand the principles followed in Dream-interpretations. While in Muslim literature, the compilers of Ahadiths have classed a separate section as The Book of Dreams i.e. Sahih Bukharie and Sahih Muslim while The Qur’an is the living testimony of Prophetic Envisionings, Divine Envisionings, Spiritual Envisionings and even plain dreams of Prophetic periods are documented in the Bible and The-Qur’an. Since majority of the people in the present world do not refer to the religious text to interpret dreams, their search to find answer in non-religious periphery may not be that complete as has been mentioned in the Prophetic interpretation of Abraham, Joseph and Muhammad (PBUT). Since that time and of materialistic advancement of today could alter a lot in a way we dream and the way it should be understood. While divine wisdom is the core of dream interpretation, the intuitive and spiritual projections are supplementing the broader understanding of our envisionings.

The parameters of interpretation are grouped in different categories, while this author would insist a better understanding through Spiritual Interpretation, which could also utilise most of the techniques researched by technical projections. The prophetic interpretations are gone with Messengers and Prophets and so are the Divine Interpretations the Companions (RTA) but they are still preserved in our religious books for reference. Spiritual Interpretations are the best options, which are available to Humankind from Spiritually Intelligent Dream Delineators (SIDD) to give a sound meaning of an envisioning. By any means, it is Almighty Alloh who provides our dreams for our guidance, if we use His Almighty’s wisdom then it is expected that we be guided on the righteous interpretations. The most important phenomenon in Dream Interpretation is the belief of the Dreamer and what he/she thinks of their Dream Delineator. The first interpretation is more likely to be affirmative than the following interpretations. Thus the Dreamer must be cautious to whom he/she goes for Dream Delineation. The basic elements of interpretations could be listed as follows:

1.      The complete detail of an envisioning with fear and happy moments well defined.

2.      Background of the dreamer and circumstances, which led to the envisioning.

3.      The Dreamer’s mental condition and its impact on his/her life.

4.      The Dreamer’s correct vocabulary would help express the correct chronology of envisioning.

5.      The Dream Delineator should always carry a positive note and should caution the dreamer if the envisioning carries any threat to dreamer’s health, finance and life.

6.      The Qur’anic references with relation to envisionings: i.e. Commands, deliberations, analogies, wisdom, chronology and Prophetic Envisionings etc.

7.      The Biblical references which do not contradict against Philosophy of Monotheism, Prophethood and The Last Testament Qur’an (Usool Al Deen) and do not contradict different versions of Bible in it.

8.      Ahadiths Nabvi (SAW) As-Sahih i.e. Prophetic Envisionings,

9.      Atharats Sahaba: The sayings of Companions (RTA) i.e. Divine Envisionings etc.

10.  Wisdom of The Previous Prophets (PBUT) i.e. Proverbs, Psalm, Torah, Gospel that do not contradict against Philosophy of Monotheism and Prophethood (Usool Al Deen) and do not contradict different versions of Bible in itself.

11.  Wisdom of Qholafaa Rashidoun (RTA): i.e. Bukharie, Sahih Muslim, Sah Sitta, Tafseer Ibn Katheer and Nahj Al Balaghah etc.

12.  Wisdom of The Companions (RTA): i.e. Bukharie, Sahih Muslim etc.

13.  Wisdom of Ahal Al Bait (RTA): i.e. Bukharie, Sahih Muslim, Sah Sitta, Tafseer Ibn Katheer and Nahj Al Balaghah etc.

14.  Wisdom of Waliulloh and Zakirulloh  (RUA & HUA).

15.  The proverbs that are current among people or from the prophets i.e. Solomon (PBUH)

16.  By names and metaphors

17.  In terms of opposites

This Book is an ever-growing dream resource that hopes to examine every angle of dreams and all things Islamically spiritual with topics on creating an improved personal life in this world and the Hereafter. To understand the difference between people of diverse religions and culture, a classification of dream category would explain how Almighty The-God imparts the knowledge upon humankind without any reasonable difference except by virtue of individuality. The category and its procedural interpretation would benefit every individual rather than one section of this Humankind.

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