Muslim Faith

Muslim Faith Dream Meaning

Uncover Hidden Dream Meanings

People who aren’t involved in the Muslim faith can find this religion to be very mysterious and often have many questions about what the religion itself is about.

Many people have only been exposed to some of the common stereotypes that are conceived by the masses. As with any religion, there definitely many positive and negative attributes of this particular faith. Some of the teachings of the Muslim faith are very similar to that of any other religion, but the rest of their teachings are inclusive to their own faith.

In this dream you may have

  • Been learning the faith.
  • Been researching the details of the faith.
  • Practiced the religion.
  • Been wearing traditional clothing associated with being Muslim.
  • Read a Muslim related news story.
  • Watched a film about the Muslim faith.
  • Wanted to be a part of a Muslim community.
  • Traveled to a country that practiced the Muslim faith.
  • Meet somebody who was Muslim.
  • Had a conversation with someone who was Muslim.

Positive changes are afoot if

  • You had a feeling of calm or peace during the dream.
  • Learning about the religion made you feel curious or exhilarated.
  • You were making friends with someone of the Muslim faith.

Detailed dream meaning

Dreaming of the Muslim faith has many different meanings. Most commonly this kind dream is indicative of change and expansion. If in the dream you were talking to someone about their Muslim faith because it is different from yours, it may mean that you are curious about the religion or are interested in learning more about the faith. If you were making friends with someone of the Muslim faith, it may mean that you will meet someone of this religion in the near future. Also, making friends is a sign of expansion as you are meeting someone you want to add into your life. If this turns out to be the case, you might find that your dream had a prophetic undertone. When you start to notice that things in your dreams cross over into your waking-life, it is a good idea to start writing those dreams down. At least the part you can remember. Keeping a dream journal next to your bed can make this a bit easier.

In your dream you may have been reading or studying about the Muslim faith to gain a better understanding of the religion and practices. Maybe you are curious about why the women cover their face with cloth or are not allowed to wear revealing clothing. Maybe you have heard negative stereotyping in the media and wanted to find out for yourself. Your subconscious can be telling that you need to research and study the subjects that interest you or spark your curiosity.

Having a dream about the Muslim faith can also mean that you are in a place in your life where you are seeking to be more spiritual. If so, you may need to do some soul searching and read up on all the religions that appeal to you so that you can find one that you would like to practice. Your dream may have been simply showing you one religion that you may want to consider as you think about what religion best suits you.

Special Note:

In many cultures around the world, the understanding of the Muslim faith changed after the attack on the twin towers. The traditional meaning of Muslim dreams has changed globally because of this. While the dreams of the faith used to be based on the fact that people didn’t know much about it or had preconceived notions about the religion, now there is a large increase of hostile dreams towards people who have dreams of the Muslim faith. Consider your own reactions and feelings to 9/11. These dreams are often rooted in sadness, anger, and fear… rather than an actual issue. It is not uncommon to replay these dreams, especially if you were affected by the events in 2011. We strongly suggest talking to someone if you are having reoccurring dreams and are feeling affected by loss or tragedy strongly.

This dream is in association with the following scenarios in your life

  • Searching for spirituality.
  • Meeting new people.
  • Being afraid of new people, different people, or change in general.
  • Reacted or dreamed about 9/11.

Feelings that you may have encountered during a dream of Muslim faith

Content. Knowledgeable. Curious. Spiritual. Inquisitive. Open. Calm. Peaceful. Happy.

By Florance Saul
Jan 8, 2013