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#31 [Permalink] Posted on 2nd May 2014 14:51
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#32 [Permalink] Posted on 2nd May 2014 16:01
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I am aware of the 3 types of dreams. I have heard it in a lecture about ibn Sireen (rahimahullah)'s dream interpretations.

Thanks for the fatwa.



How do I know that I have seen the Prophet Muhummad (Allah bless him & give him peace) in my dream?

ANSWER

In the name of Allah, Most Compassionate, Most Merciful,

To see our beloved master, the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) in a dream is certainly very virtuous and a blessing from Allah Most High upon the person who was fortunate to see him.

When one dreams of the Prophet (Allah bless him & give him peace), then one has certainly seen him.

Sayyiduna Abu Huraira (may Allah be pleased with him) reports that the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) said: "He who saw me in a dream has certainly seen me, for Shaytan can not take my form." (Sahih al-Bukhari & Sahih Muslim)

The Hadith commentators and scholars have given different interpretations as to the meaning of this Hadith:

1. That it is similar to seeing the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) in real life, but one will not be called a Companion (sahabi), and one will not be legally responsible to carry out the orders given in the dream, because moral responsibility is not based on dreams.

2. The Hadith is regarding those that were present at the time of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him), meaning whosoever saw him in a dream was given a glad tiding that he will also see him whilst awake. This meaning is also supported by another Hadith where the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give peace) said "Whosoever sees me in a dream will soon see me whilst awake" (Sahih al-Bukhari & Sahih Muslim).

3. That whosoever saw the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give peace) in a dream, the dream is true and genuine. It is not merely an imagination, for the Shaytan cannot come in ones dream and portray to be the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace). (All three interpretations related by Mulla Ali al-Qari in his al-Mirqat, 9/24).

The scholars have differed as to whether the dream is true in the case where one does not see the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) in his recognized features and qualities that have been transmitted in the traditions.

Some scholars are of the view that the dream will only be true and genuine if the person sees the Prophet of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) in his recognised features. This opinion has been attributed to Qadi Iyadh al-Maliki.


The majority of the scholars, however, including Imam Nawawi, are of the view that if a person dreams the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) then his dream is true, regardless of whether he sees him on his recognized features or otherwise
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If a person was to see the blessed Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) in his unrecognized features, for example, he saw him without a beard, or with full grey hair, etc... then this dream will need to be interpreted.


The differences in appearance may be due to the good or bad habits of the dreamer.
According to the variation of people's personalities, their dreams differ. Some dream him old, whilst others dream him young. Some see him pleased, whilst others see him disturbed. Therefore, the dream will need to be interpreted by a person who is qualified in this field, and who has taqwa and piety. (See: Mirqat al-Masabih, 9/25)

In light of the above, if one has a dream of the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) then he has surely seen him. One should not doubt this, as this has been clearly mentioned in the Hadith. However, there are two points here which need to be remembered and understood properly.

The Status of Dreams

Firstly, dreams are not a source of evidence in Shariah. Therefore, if one received any order or guidance in the dream from the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace), then there are two possibilities:

1) If the order and command is in accordance with the laws of Shariah, then it will be a source of evidence, but only for the one who saw the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) in his dream and not other people. The one who was ordered by the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) to carry out a certain act, should attempt to implement it. However, it will not be binding on him similar to the other injunctions that are established in the Qur'an and Sunnah, neither will this dream be a source of evidence for others.

2) If the command is contrary to the established teachings of Shariah, it will not be accepted; neither will it be a source of evidence for anyone. It will not be permitted to act according to the dream. The reason for this is that, the science of interpreting dreams is very complex and not every individual is privileged to understand and interpret dreams. One may make a mistake in remembering or understanding a dream. People's dreams could differ according to their own personality and condition of their faith (iman).

It is reported by Shaykh Ali al-Muttaqi al-Hindi (Allah have mercy on him) that a person saw a dream that the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give peace) was ordering him to consume alcohol. He became very disturbed by this, thus referred to the scholars of his time. One of the great scholars, Shaykh Muhammad ibn Urat (Allah have mercy on him) gave the interpretation of the dream by saying: "The Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) did not say "Consume alcohol" (ishrab al-khamr), rather He said: "Don't drink alcohol" (la tashrab al-Khamr). However, due to the disorder of your mind, you understood the contrary". (Mazahir al-Haq, 4/325).

It becomes clear from the above that, those who innovate things in Islam and base it upon dreams are clearly contradicting the spirit of Shariah. They must refrain at once from this practice.

The second aspect to remember here is that the main objective should be to act upon the injunctions of Shariah and follow the beautiful ways of our beloved Prophet (Allah bless him & give peace). Salvation and success do not depend on dreams.

If a person was to see the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) in his dream, but kept back from obeying his command and acting upon his Sunnah in his day-to-day life, it will not be sufficient for salvation in the hereafter.

During the days of the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give peace), numerous people like Abu Jahl and Abu Lahb saw the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) regularly, but remained dwellers of hell, as they did not earn the pleasure of Allah Almighty and his beloved (peace and blessings be upon him).

On the other hand, we have people like Uwais al-Qarni (Allah be pleased with him) who was not fortunate to see the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace), but was regarded amongst the very pious people.

The Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) is reported to have said to Sayyiduna Umar ibn al-Khattab (Allah be pleased with him):

"The best from the Tabi'ins (followers of the Companions) is a person called Uwais. He has a mother and has been afflicted with leprosy. (When you meet him) ask him to seek forgiveness for you (from Allah). [Sahih Muslim]

It is thus clear from the above that the main objective should be acting upon the teachings of the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace). If one implements his teachings in one's life and then sees him in a dream, then surely it is very virtuous. However, if one kept back from obeying his commands, then seeing the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) is by no means a sign of success.

And Allah Knows Best

[Mufti] Muhammad ibn Adam
Darul Iftaa
Leicester , UK
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#33 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd May 2014 10:36
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The following are excerpts from the book Seerat un Nabi (saw) ba'ad az Wisaal un Nabi (saw) By Janaab Muhammed Abdul Majeed Siddiqui sahab Marhoom.
P:46




What is the injunction when Sayyid ul Bashar (saw) is seen (in dreams) in the appearance of some other person ?


Hazrat Shah Abdul Azeez Muhaddith Dehlwi رحمة الله عليه commented there are different Aqaid on this. According to Hazrat Imam Ghazzali رحمة الله عليه which ever appearance one beholds the beauty and excellence of Hazrat Rasulullah (saw) has infact seen Him. And if seen in some other form like having a dark complexion etc.. then becomes mandatory for interpretation. But not in the former case. This is the preferred Aqeedah.

Someone dreamt Him (saw) once as having dark complexion.. His Shaikh commented of shortcomings in his (viewer's) deen and Imaan.. and according to Muhadditheen, did not enter the criteria of Man Ra'ee.. ( The one who saw)

Once someone commented to Hazrat Maulana Ashraf Ali Thanwi رحمة الله عليه 'what if a Mu'min sees Rasulullah (saw) in dreams..Hazrat رحمة الله عليه replied it's a good sign and a great blessing of Allah subhanahu wa ta'ala..

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#34 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd May 2014 10:46
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P:47




And how is it known that it is infact Him (salallahu alaihi wasallam) ? he replied ' when ilm necessitates and the heart bears witness that it is none other than Rasulullah (saw).. then it is sufficient'.
Said ( the questioner) Many people have seen him.. but in different appearances.. and Hazrat رحمة الله عليه replied The similitude of a beholder is like the Mirror. The picture seen depends upon the character of the mirror. Some mirrors show a long face and some wide. The conflict here is of the beholder and not which is beheld.

This is an explanation that the blessed face of Rasulullah (saw) is witnessed by him akin to seeing in a mirror. At times one may see him in a distinct appearance and there it resembles the viewer.. here the mirror is in the form of Rasulullah (saw).

The viewer here mistakes it as the appearance of Rasulullah (saw).. where infact its his own person.

Once someone narrated to me (Hazrat Thanwi rah,) that I have witnessed Rasulullah (saw) in a dream in such a condition that he was in the Raudah Mubarak smoking a Hookah (Hubble bubble/shisha) iyazu billah. I told him you have seen your image in the mirror of Rasulullah (saw).. this person was a hookah smoker..

Similarly, Hazrat Maulana Muhammed Shah Is'haq sahab Dehlawi رحمة الله عليه witnessed in a dream that the body of Rasulullah (saw) was kept on a road junction, unshrouded.. in the open.
People walk about touching their feet to his body. (Iyazu billah). The Shaikh (upon seeing) commented ' It seems now the Shari'at of Rasulullah (saw) would be violated in this country' owing to which he migrated to Makkah Mu'azzamah from Hindustan. After four years, he passed away there itself.

So even here, Islam was seen in the blessed image of Rasulullah (saw)..

(Malfuzaat Maulana Thanwi رحمة الله عليه Vol.4, P:392)

The author of Khazeenat al Israr, Hazrat Muhammed bin Ali Effendi رحمة الله عليه writes about viewing Rasulullah (saw) in 1261 AH.. saying that the one who views Rasulullah (saw) with defect in disposition.. the act draws close to the condition of the viewer that he is subject to deterioration of his state of affairs .. since Rasulullah (saw) is akin to a Mirror. (Kitaab Taweezat, P:120)

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#35 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd May 2014 10:54
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P:48



When Hazrat Rasulullah (saw) advices something while in dreams.. if the act is in conformity with Shar'I ordinances, then it can be acted upon.. and if conflicts, then it is attributed to the defect of the viewer.
Now the point that to act upon (the advice) is conditional on its being a shar'i injunction.. then this injunction existed even before the occurrence of the dream.. so what effect did the dream have ?
Then the matter is such that the injunction shall be stressed upon yet more for the person observing the dream.

(Nashr At'teeb, by Hazrat Maulana Thanwi رحمة الله عليه P:311)

Continued later Insha Allah..


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wa Assalam..
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#36 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd May 2014 12:49
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The Position of Mullah Ali Qari رحمة الله عليه .. Imam Nawawi رحمة الله عليه and others..


P:50-51






Mullah Ali Qari رحمة الله عليه states that the Ziarah of Rasulullah (salallahu alaihi wasallam) in any condition cannot be Batil or wrong. Even if He (saw) is seen in any other image than his own.. since this image is also formed Min Janib Allah سبحانه وتعالى .

(Jama Al Wasail, by Mullah Ali Qari رحمة الله عليه Vol 2,P:298)

Imam Muhi'uddin Nawawi رحمة الله عليه states that to view Hazrat Rasulullah (saw) in any attire or condition is infact seeing Him (saw) only.. the viewer has certainly seen Him (saw) .. His blessed personality in his recognized Image or in similitude are but the same. Deterioration in virtues or Image does not obligate the deterioration in Personality.

Hazrat Shaikh Abdul Haqq Muhaddith Dehlawi رحمة الله عليه writes in Takmeel Al Imaan that to be blessed with the Ziarah of Hazrat Rasulullah (salallahu alaihi wasallam) causes assurance of Imaan.

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#37 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd May 2014 12:55
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P:52




Its evident that everything depends on how one dies. So when something results in a beautiful end (dying on Iman).. how can it be termed as devoid of any effect ? he commented that whichever image one sees Hazrat Rasulullah (saw) and is convinced that it is the image is of Rasulullah (saw) or some other person says so or if he himself says so.. then certainly it is the image of Rasulullah (saw) and Shaytan cannot have any interference in it.



P:53



Qadhi Ayadh Gharnati رحمة الله عليه Imam Nawawi رحمة الله عليه and Ibn Hajar Asqalani رحمة الله عليه are united in saying that whichever Image one has witnessed Hazrat Rasulullah (saw) he had indeed witnessed Him (saw) as the Hadith says "He who saw me in a dream has certainly seen me, for Shaytan can not take my form."


contd later Insha Allah..

wa Assalam..
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#38 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd May 2014 18:50
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The difference of opinion between Hazrat Shah Abdul Azeez Muhaddith Dehlawi رحمة الله عليه and Hazrat Shah Rafi'uddin Dehlawi رحمة الله عليه and the third ruling of Hazrat Shah Is'haq رحمة الله عليه



P:36-37






There was a difference of opinion between Hazrat Shah Abdul Azeez Muhaddith Dehlawi رحمة الله عليه and Hazrat Shah Rafi'uddin Dehlawi رحمة الله عليه upon the seeing of Hazrat Rasulullah (saw) in dreams..

Hazrat Shah Abdul Azeez رحمة الله عليه stated that if anyone saw in dreams and the heart bore witness that it was Hazrat Rasulullah (saw) , no matter which image he saw him, he has certainly seen him. Whereas Hazrat Shah Rafi'uddin رحمة الله عليه stated that if the image he saw differed even by a single strand of hair, then he did not see Hazrat Rasulullah (saw).

For example if He (saw) had twenty strands of white hair and the person who saw him observed 21 strands, then he has not seen Him (saw). And he gave the daleel for it saying that if in the times of Sahabah رضي الله عنهم someone claimed to have seen Rasulullah (saw), they would inquire of his disposition and would not authenticate without it.

Hazrat Shah Is'haq رحمة الله عليه had a third ruling on the matter. He stated that if the viewer saw Him (saw) in the disposition of the righteous men of the times.. then he has seen Hazrat Rasulullah (saw) and if witnessed in the opposing disposition .. then he has not seen Him (saw).

duas..

wa Assalam..

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#39 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd May 2014 20:50
MashaAllah dr sahib,that clears almost every thing.....
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#40 [Permalink] Posted on 4th May 2014 05:17
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sufi wrote:
If shaytan can come to shaikh abdul qadir jilani and say im Allah, why cant he come in another form and say im rasoolAllah?


Answered By Faqih ul Ummat Hazrat Mufti Mahmood Hasan Gangohi sahab رحمة الله عليه


Shaitaan being able to assume the form of Allah سبحانه وتعالى and not Nabi (saw)


Q: (In Jeddah someone had asked) Why does Shaitaan have the ability to assume the form of Allah سبحانه وتعالى and not Nabi (saw) ?

A: Shaitaan only has the quality of misguiding and Nabi (saw) was sent for the sole purpose of guidance. Allah سبحانه وتعالى has both the attributes of guiding and misguiding:

  
يُضِلُّ بِهِ كَثِيرًا وَيَهْدِي بِهِ كَثِيرًا


(Allah Ta`ala misguides many through this example and guides many by means of this example.)[26:2]


Therefore, it is possible for Shaitaan to adopt any form and pretend to be Allah. However, he does not have the ability to adopt the form of Rasulullah (saw) .

(Malfuzaat Faqeeh ul Ummat Hazrat Mufti Mahmood Hasan Gangohi رحمة الله عليه P: 211)

duas..

wa Assalam..
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#41 [Permalink] Posted on 4th May 2014 05:32
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Masha'Allah, this was a great answer! SubhaanAllah.

However, it does not address the point raised by Bhai Sufi. Please re-read.

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What Sufi is saying is this: The shaytaan (in someones dream) can assume the form of any random bearded man, and then claim to be Rasulullah (s.a.w.). The dreamer (especially if he is unfamiliar with the attributes of Rasulullah (s.a.w.)) will thus believe him and be duped by the shaytaan. This has yet to be addressed. Its an interesting point raised by Bhai Sufi (and he has brought quotes from 'ulamaa' to substantiate it), so it would be great if someone can actually counter it or concur with it by bringing evidence from other 'ulamaa. Im genuinely interested of what the 'ulamaa have to say about this issue. If what Sufi claims is true, it would explain why many misguided and zindeeq 'molvi's' claim to see Rasulullah (s.a.w.) in a dream.

Most of what I see on this thread (and other threads), however, is spewing of hatred against the brother, which I think is immature.









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#42 [Permalink] Posted on 4th May 2014 06:04
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Akhi a person who sees Rasoolalah (saw) will know that this is Rasoolalah (saw) definitely there won't be no doubt. It also depends what he sees, sometimes he might hear Rasoolalah (saw) voice only, sometimes he might see bright light and sometimes he'll see Rasoolalah (saw) himself who might talk to him personally or he might see Rasoolalah (saw) addressing somebody. But he'll know who this is either by strong feeling or someone will tell him or Rasoolalah (saw) himself will say introducing himself that I am Muhammad bin Abdillah the Rasool of Allah.

Shaytan can not take his form. In regards to people making absurd claims for eg Tahirul Qadri then if he was to tell the hulia of Rasoolalah (saw) then on that basis the likelihood is it'll be rejected by other ulema, most people get away with it when they don't tell the huliya, they just tell the dream and boom innovations start to take place etc, seeing Rasoolalah (saw) in a different huliya then that has been dealt with above. Second matter is people blatantly lying on the Rasool of Allah (saw) and we all know where there place is and that's in hell.

In regards to shaytan taking the form of Allah, then that's not even possible, one Allah is nothing like his creation. Secondly the story of Abdul Qadir Jilani, shaytan came in some random form ( not Allahs form) and claimed to be Allah, the shaykh rejected it straight away and knew its iblees once the conversation took place.

I spoke to someone and they mentioned these things to me
Walahu'Alam
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#43 [Permalink] Posted on 4th May 2014 06:09
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What Sufi is saying is this: The shaytaan (in someones dream) can assume the form of any random bearded man, and then claim to be Rasulullah . The dreamer (especially if he is unfamiliar with the attributes of Rasulullah ) will thus believe him and be duped by the shaytaan. This has yet to be addressed.


This has been already addressed many times above. Let me summarise the positions of ulema quoted in the excerpts.

1. According to Hazrat Imam Ghazzali رحمة الله عليه which ever appearance one beholds the beauty and excellence of Hazrat Rasulullah (saw) has infact seen Him.

2. Hazrat Maulana Ashraf Ali Thanwi رحمة الله عليه states that when ilm necessitates and the heart bears witness that it is none other than Rasulullah (saw) .. then it is sufficient'.

3. Mullah Ali Qari رحمة الله عليه states that the Ziarah of Rasulullah (salallahu alaihi wasallam) in any condition cannot be Batil or wrong. Even if He is seen in any other image than his own.. since this image is also formed Min Janib Allah سبحانه وتعالى .

4.Imam Muhi'uddin Nawawi رحمة الله عليه states that to view Hazrat Rasulullah رحمة الله عليه in any attire or condition is infact seeing Him (saw) only.. the viewer has certainly seen Him .. His blessed personality in his recognized Image or in similitude are but the same.

5.Hazrat Shaikh Abdul Haqq Muhaddith Dehlawi رحمة الله عليه writes in Takmeel Al Imaan that whichever image one sees Hazrat Rasulullah and is convinced that it is the image is of Rasulullah or some other person says so or if he himself says so.. then certainly it is the image of Rasulullah (saw) and Shaytan cannot have any interference in it.

6.Qadhi Ayadh Gharnati رحمة الله عليه Imam Nawawi رحمة الله عليه and Ibn Hajar Asqalani رحمة الله عليه are united in saying that whichever Image one has witnessed Hazrat Rasulullah (saw) he had indeed witnessed Him (saw) as the Hadith says "He who saw me in a dream has certainly seen me, for Shaytan can not take my form."

7.Hazrat Shah Abdul Azeez رحمة الله عليه stated that if anyone saw in dreams and the heart bore witness that it was Hazrat Rasulullah رحمة الله عليه , no matter which image he saw him, he has certainly seen him.

8. Hazrat Shah Is'haq رحمة الله عليه stated that if the viewer saw Him (saw) in the disposition of the righteous men of the times.. then he has seen Hazrat Rasulullah (saw) and if witnessed in the opposing disposition .. then he has not seen Him (saw)

so the gist of all the above is Shaytan CANNOT take the form of anyone and declare as Nabi (saw) and if someone sees an image and a second person (in the dream) testifies it to be Nabi (saw) or the person himself introduces as Nabi (saw) even though he may be in a similitude ( some other appearence than his recognised one) and the heart (of the viewer) bears testimony that its none other than Rasulullah (saw)... then it is certainly None other than Hazrat Rasulullah (saw) and shaytan does not have any interference in it..!

duas..


wa Assalam..


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#44 [Permalink] Posted on 4th May 2014 06:50
JazaakAllah Bhai Jinn and dr76, but I don't think you understand what Im getting at.

What if the shaytaan comes to someone in a dream in the form of some random bearded man, and tells the dreamer "Im Rasulullah" ((s.a.w.)). The person believes him, and gets thrown into all kinds of bid'ah and sin. Is this not possible?

I know that the shaytaan cannot take the form of Rasulullah (s.a.w), and I know that whoever has seen Rasulullah (s.a.w.) in a dream has actually seen him. But that is not what Im talking about. Im talking about a case where the shaytaan takes the form of a random person (not the prophet) - lets say a sahaabi or a pious individual from the past - and then says to the dreamer, "Im Rasulullah". Is this not possible?

edit: Shaykh dr76, How did you reach your conclusion at the end there?
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#45 [Permalink] Posted on 4th May 2014 07:15
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A valid question brother and the answer is spread in the excerpts itself.. If someone sees a Random person in dream in the disposition of the righteous of the time.. and introduces himself as Hazrat Rasulullah (saw) or if there was someone else too who said that this bearded person is Hazrat Rasulullah (saw) then it is certainly Hazrat Rasulullah (saw).. now if he gets advised by the personality and the advice runs in conformity with Shari'ah.. then it can be acted upon.. and if otherwise..then it is the defect in the perception of the viewer and not the personality..

Hazrat Shaikh ul Hadees sahab رحمة الله عليه has explained it brilliantly in the same book.. like showing a plate in different mirrors.. eg. when shown in red..the plate appears red.. in a green mirror ir appears green and so forth depending on the character of the mirror..

similarly.. there are two kinds of Ziarah.. one where Hazrat Rasulullah (saw) is seen with his recognized Shamail (disposition) and other in similitude ( a random person).. ( and both Ziarah are accepted by the ulema quoted above) now each one of us have different temperaments.. habits.. attributes.. good or bad..so we are like the mirrors.. where the blessed image of Rasulullah (saw) is depicted.. now.. if our mirrors are unclean.. or colored with specific shades.. the image shall be seen owing to the character of the mirror.. and the conditions associated with it..

And Shaytan has NO interference at all..

wa Assalam..
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