Islamic meaning: Making wudu in a dream

Seeing yourself making wudu or doing ablution has a special meaning as per Ibn Sirin, the greatest dream interpreter of Islam.

1- Making Wudu in detail in a dream as per the guidelines of Islam means that one’s needs shall be fulfilled. Performing Ablution also represents the clearance of debts, seeking forgiveness over sins, becoming pure, and recovering from illness.

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2- Doing wudu twice in a dream when it is not needed to perform the prayer shows that one will be enlightened with knowledge.

3- Performing ablution for prayers indicates that one will be safeguarded. Allah will protect such a person from fear. Such a person seeks Allah’s protection against fears.

4- A sick person making wudu on a bed in a dream than it indicates that he would either part ways with one of his best friends or his wife.

5- Doing wudu in your house in a dream reflects that the dreamer will shift to a new house.

6- Performing ablution at a public place in a dream means facing a scandal that would result in a loss.

7- Seeing someone making ablution with honey and milk in a dream indicates that the person will run into debt.

8- Making wudu with hot water in a dream would indicate that one would get in grips of a disease.

9- As per Islam, seeing a dream where one could not make ablution despite the fact that he wanted to do that represents that the person will face calamities. 

10- Seeing a dream where you are offering prayers without wudu means that your strategic decision regarding your business or job is not correct.

Disclaimer: The material used for the interpretation of dreams has been extracted from the Ibn Sirin book for dream interpretations. You can read the book here.

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Steve has been living in Saudi Arabia since 2013 and writing about Saudi rules, regulations, guides, and procedures since then.