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Praying Salah or Namaz in a dream is a good experience and its meaning differs on many factors as explained below.
Praying Salah in a dream
1- According to Ibn Sirin رحمة الله عليه the greatest dream interpreter of Islam, praying Salah facing Qiblah means that the dreamer would go or Hajj.
2- Praying Namaz while facing any direction except Qiblah means he would not put Islam in his priorities.
3- Praying Salah in a dream with his back facing Qiblah means that the dreamer would die soon. He should repent of his sins.
4- According to Ibrahim Karmani رحمة الله عليه leading a Namaz in a dream as an Imam means that he would be a leader to a group proportional to one seen in the dream offering prayers behind him
5- Seeing a dream where Salah is being Qada as the dreamer is not able to find a suitable place means that his job would be completed with difficulty.
6- Seeing yourself praying namaz without wudu, breaking the salah means that his desires would be granted.
Performing Sajda in a dream
1- According to Ibn Sirin رحمة الله عليه seeing yourself performing Sajda to Allah ﷻ means that he would be a victorious man.
2- Performing Sajda to someone except Allah ﷻ means not being able to fulfill the heartily desires.
3- According to Jafar Sadiq رحمة الله عليه performing Sajda to a leader means attaining grief from the king.
Seeing Praying Mat/Sajjada in a dream
1- According to Ibn Sirin رحمة الله عليه the greatest dream interpreter of Islam, seeing a praying mat in a dream indicates goodness.
2- Sitting on a sajjada in a dream in a mosque indicates that the dreamer would go to a country that has the Red Sea.
3- According to Jabar Maghrabi رحمة الله عليه seeing a praying mat made of wool in a dream is a sign of being involved in worship.
4- Seeing a praying mat set on fire in a dream means that the dreamer would not get involved in worship.