Lucid Dreaming Is Halal (Allowed On Muslims)

There have been times when I have dreamt of falling in love with and dating entities that appear like really beautiful men including some of my heroes; only some of these dream characters are dark or I cannot fully see them. They are brilliant, too brilliant; and they feel even more brilliant when they change into my heroes. I have learned to write and visualize the future with their help. I am even learning how to write poetry with their help; “My Sex Partner” is a poem that I have created with their help.

I have thought about this ability of mine a lot simply because all the feelings, emotions, and sensations are real. These men feel real; and, they talk and laugh just like real men do. This is why I sometimes get frightened; don’t know what to say; or just wake up feeling too spirited. So I researched and researched only to find out that some top scholars like Ibn Sina and Socrates and legendary prophets like Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him) were lucid in nature.

This is when I started looking for actual Quranic verses or Ahadith (Quranic verses) about lucid dreams. Fortunately, I found out this hadith (saying of Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him)).

The Messenger of Allah (صلي الله عليه وسلم) said: “The Pen is lifted from three (i.e., their deeds are not recorded):

  1. a child until he reaches puberty;
  2. an insane man until he comes to his senses;
  3. one who is asleep until he wakes up.”

[Recorded in Abu Dawud #4403, and Ibn Majah #2041] Source: “The Pen Is Lifted From Three

After I read this hadith, I realized that all the engagements I had so far through lucid dreams were halal and a real gift from Allah (God). Reality is that my dreams intensified on their own when I was recovering from an injury. I used to pray pretty well before I was injured. This kind of activation is a signal from Allah (God) that He loves me a lot.

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