Incomplete Wudhu

An incomplete wudhu with ordinary clean water suggest that the observer’s worldly and religious pursuits will remain incomplete. But as opposed to wudhu with milk, wine etc, matter will be less harsh. The same applies with salaah which is incomplete.

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Wudhu and Ghusl with Milk, Wine, Oil etc

If a person sees himself performing wudhu or ghusl with milk, wine, oil or any such liquid or fluid with which wudhu and ghusl are not valid, it means his worldly and religious pursuits will not be fulfilled.

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Descrating the Holy Qur’aan

Tearing or destroying the Holy Qur’aan means he is guilty of negating the Holy Qur’aan. Eating its pages means he is making fun of it; he has no regard for its laws; he treats it with contempt.

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Fountain

A reservoir of “living” water”, the empowerment of the holy spirit; see “water

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Gutter of Mercy

(Mizaab) If one sees the Gutter of Mercy in a dream, which is located on the roof of the Holy Ka’aba in Mecca inside a mosque or a house in a dream, it carries the same interpretation as that of seeing the Well ofZamzam in a dream. Standing under the Gutter of Mercy at the […]

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Holy Water

To dream about holy water signifies spiritual needs, beliefs and the need for guidance. It also symbolizes chastity, purity and abstinence.

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Wudhu and Ghusl

Performing wudhu or ghusl with water from a stream or small river suggest one of the following : if the observer of the dream is grief-stricken, Allah will grant him happiness; if he is living in fear, Allah will grant him safety and security; if he is in debts Allah will provide him with the […]

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Afloat

The meaning of this dream depends on its aspect. If the water was calm and clear, a happy event is in view; if the water was rough or murky, you will be called on to cope with some difficulties not of your own making

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Water

Peaceful, clean water is empowerment of the holy spirit, including cooking, cleaning, etc.; Dangerous or polluted is a warning

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