Seeing Shaitan, Iblees, or the devil in a dream could be a terrifying experience that has a special meaning in Islam as per Ibn Sirin.
1- According to Daniyal عليه السلام seeing Shaitan in a dream is an indicator of hostility, lie, fraud, and evil.
2- Seeing that you have chained up a devil in a dream means that the dreamer will emerge victorious, mighty, and will gain fame in life.
3- Seeing that the Iblees have overcome you in a fight is an indication that you will end up distracting people from the right path.
4- Talking to a Shaitan in a dream indicates that he will divert the person from the right path of Islam.
5- Seeing the devil betraying a person in a dream indicates that such a person will go through some major financial crisis or lose his job.
6- Seeing a dream where Iblees is advising you about something and you find it to be good means that the person will face financial or physical damage.
7- If Shaitan takes you to another place by holding your hand is an indication of committing a major sin.
8- According to Ibrahim Karmani رحمة الله عليه, taking anything from the devil will lead to either Haram income or the weakness of Eman.
9- If Iblees whisper something, it is an indication that the dreamer will lose his job or face financial difficulties.
10- Seeing oneself as a Shaitan in a dream represents that the person might end up being a sewer cleaner, die by getting burned, or die in the most painful way.
5 forms that Shaitan cannot take in dream
We know that the devil can take different forms to divert us from Allah and the path of righteousness except for the following forms. It means that if you have seen a prophet in a dream, it is the prophet not Shaitan.
- Allah Almighty.
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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