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Dream Interpretation - ibn sireen

Posted 18 October 2007 - 07:28 PM (#1) User is offline   shahid_z 

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Asalamu Alaikum Hi could someone tell me i bought a dream interpretation book and on it it said the author was ibn sireen, could you tell me did they actually make a book, and is it ok to look at the book because someone told me that ibn sireen didnt make a book and its wrong to look at books for dreams. jazak Allah
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Posted 18 October 2007 - 07:32 PM (#2) User is offline   DrTous 

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It is best to ask about your dream to your peer sahab and if u have not any peer sahab so ask this person who have knowledge about dream.
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Posted 19 October 2007 - 01:01 AM (#3) User is offline   farishta 

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I've heard a book on dreams and its interpretation by Ibn Sireen, however, I do not know of its authenticity. Could you give us more information of that book for example its title, ISBN ?
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Posted 19 October 2007 - 01:08 AM (#4) User is offline   objective-enquirer 

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dear all, 'ta'beer ar-roya' by Imam IBn sireen is the most authentic and first book on this subject. He was a student of Imam Jafar al-Sadiq(A) and hence frequently refers to the Imam's opinions on dream interpretation. it is the principle book of dream iterpretation for ahley sunnah and it is from the classical period.
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Posted 19 October 2007 - 11:50 AM (#5) User is offline   shahid_z 

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Asalamu alaikum

asalatu wasalamu alaika YA RASOOLALLAH

the interpretation of dreams - ibn sirin ISBN:- 1-870582-08-x

the book is made by DAR AL TAQWAH LTD

I heard that Ibn sirin did not make a book thats why i wanted to make it clear

could you also tell me the i have the book shama shabastaane raza (i hope i spelt it right) by maulana ahmed raza khan

could you tell me how they worked all the details out (its supposed to tell abit of your future) ie did they use horoscopes if so isnt that wrong in islam (Dont get me wrong i greatly respect them and try to follow there way) Jazak ALLah

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Posted 27 October 2007 - 02:59 AM (#6) User is offline   objective-enquirer 

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brother Shahid, shama shabistan e raza was not written by Aalahazrat but rather by iqbal nuri , and it has only a few taweez of aalahazrat. 
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Posted 19 September 2008 - 12:59 AM (#7) User is offline   Zara-Fatima 

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I have the book ... it's good for reference purposes. However, do note that the majority of the dreams interpreted do have several meanings. Furthermore, the interpretation may have a positive meaning and a negative meaning... therefore, it is difficult to interpret the meaning of a dream accordingly. My point being that... do we choose a certain meaning which suits us from a subjective point of view? How can one be impartial when there are several explanations to a dream, from such a book? Not that i am critical of such a book ... but it is something to think about.
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