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Assalamu Alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakaatuh Hadhrat Mufti Saheb.

If Hadhrat Mufti Saheb can kindly interpret my following dream:

I was alone in a peaceful Masjid at night and was about to perform two Rakaats of Nafl Salaah. Hadhrat Mufti Sayed Abdul Jalil Saheb of Isipingo Beach (Daamat Barakatuhum) appeared, just before raising my hands for takbeer, and mentioned that I should follow him. I completed my Nafl Salaah quickly and was anxious in following him, as now I could not see him anywhere.

I quickly removed my Topi and placed a towel on my head instead. Similar to how Hadhrat Mufti Saheb wears his red-white cloth.

I rushed downstairs into a kitchen to look for Hadhrat Mufti Saheb – he was not there. I returned upstairs and saw Hadhrat Mufti Saheb removing his shoes and entering into another, separate section of the Masjid. He said, “Oh, you were everywhere and somewhere but now returned back here. Amazing.”

We both sat down, and I was in absolute awe of him. I was in Tashahud position. He placed his hand over my head, over the towel, and mentioned something that I cannot remember, perhaps about the towel. I felt extremely embarrassed about removing my Topi and placing this towel on instead.

Hadhrat Mufti Saheb looked at me very intently for a brief moment, I felt something inside, and said: “[My name], you must make your wudhu peacefully, with extreme tranquillity and peace of heart. You must have no rush and haste. This is extremely improper and rude. Whilst making your wudhu, you must imagine your sins being washed away in the presence of Allah Ta’ala. This would be a very excellent thing.”

I felt very remorseful and grievous at this and lowered my head in shame as he had spoken correctly.

Hadhrat Mufti Saheb began reciting something very softly under his breath whilst looking intently at me. I felt tranquil and sleepy, such that I slowly moved into Sajdah position and fell asleep. Whilst my physical body was asleep, I had presence of mind and heart. At this point I thought Hadhrat Mufti Saheb had maybe detected the effects of Jinn/Jadoo etc. on me and was giving treatment. But I shortly dismissed this idea.

I felt ‘soft’ and ’empty’ inside, a peaceful feeling. [This had felt so real; I could say this was not even a dream.] Hadhrat Mufti Saheb was in Tashahud positon, and my head was now on his left thigh. He bent over so that his eyes were in line with mine, and began reciting different Ayaats of the Qur’an Shareef in a whisper and seemed to be observing how I responded. I felt different ‘open’ feelings inside and my eyes had opened, moving in different directions as though trying to gesture and mention something to him (with my eyes) that certain recitation is not having any particular effect. Other than this, I had no control of my body. At one point, he paused to look at his cell phone screen and seemed to be reading a lengthy message – but did so very quickly.

I awoke from this ‘sleep’ within the dream and was in my father’s car, with the towel still on my head. My father said something and I drifted back to this sleep.

I now awoke on the floor of my parent’s bedroom and was in some sort of trance. A Hindu classmate from University, that I have only spoken to rarely and out of need, seemed to have control of me in this trance. We were both fully clothed, though he seemed to be moving me and embracing me in a sexual way. Our bodies seemed to be interlocked and twisting uncontrolably whilst he was gaining some sort of sexual pleasure. I had no control over my body.

He had a cell phone in his hand that was playing harsh-sounding music, and the rough voice of a girl that was issuing repetitive evil commands in the song. I assumed this placed me in the trance. I enjoyed a slight sexual pleasure with extreme guilt, but upon hearing the music I knew that I was definitely involved in wrong and must stop. I suddenly gained a weird feeling of strength and pushed the ‘pause’ button on the phone. The trance stopped and I was normal. He stopped his sexual movements and sat up, I said, “Definitely not music. Now I know this is wrong!” He looked surprised.

The dream then ended.

Hadhrat Mufti Saheb, kindly interpret.

Jazakallah Khair.

Was-salam.

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Evil company and music want to destroy you. Be careful. Link yourself to Mufti Jaleel.
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