Muhammadan Visions : New

Muhammadan Visions : New,
'Visions of the Prophet Muhammad,
& Proven Means to Dream of Him
,'
[A5] Hardback - 377 pages,
by Shaykh Hassan Shaddad Ba 'Alawi,
& by Ustadh Abdul Aziz Ahmad Abdul Aziz,
Transl. & Notes by Rashad Jameer,
Published by Wasila Press.

 

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The Vision of the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, is the greatest gift in this world. From the time of the Sahaba to the present-day, the Prophet of Allah, – like a loving father – has never ceased feeling worried and concerned about his umma, appearing in the dreams of his followers to communicate with them directly.


This book presents the stories of people who saw a vision of the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, across various eras in a variety of circumstances. It then lays out time-tested techniques to see a vision of the Noble Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, from the Spiritual Masters of Islam passed down from generation to generation, teacher to seeker.

 

Muhammadan Visions stands as a testament to the intimate connection the Holy Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, had – and continues to have – with his umma, and perhaps the writing of our authors, Ustadh Abdul Aziz and Shaykh Hassan Shaddad Ba 'Alawi, will help to restore this connection at a time when our need for connecting to the Muhammadan presence has never been greater.

 

 

 

Table of Contents :
 

---Publishers Preface,
 

Part One :
On Dreams and Dreaming about the Beloved Prophet,
may Allah bless him and grant him peace,

---Introduction,

---[1]. Seeing the Prophet Muhammad is True,

---[2]. How can you Determine that the Person you Saw was the Prophet ?

---[3]. Lying about Dreams in Islam,

---[4]. Dreams and Legal Rulings in Sharia Law,

---[5]. Seeing the Prophet Muhammad in Various Appearances,

---[6]. The Qualities of the Prophet,
--------The Beauty of the Prophet,
--------The Body of the Prophet,
--------The Face of the Prophet,
--------The Eyes of the Prophet,
--------The Saliva of the Prophet,
--------The Head of the Prophet,
--------The Neck of the Prophet,
--------The Chest of the Prophet,
--------The Palm of the Prophet,
--------The Walk of the Prophet,

---[7]. What should someone do when they See the Prophet?

---[8]. Why does someone See the Prophet?

---[9]. The Interpretation of Seeing Prophet Muhammad,
--------Seeing the Prophet in a Beautiful Appearance,
--------Seeing the Prophet in an Unpleasant Appearance,
--------Seeing the Prophet According to what was Transmitted in the Sunna,
--------If Someone who is Worried and Depressed Sees the Prophet,
--------If Someone who is Imprisoned Sees the Prophet,
--------If Someone who is Worried and Depressed Sees the Prophet,
--------If Someone who is Imprisoned Sees the Prophet,
--------If the Prophet is Seen in a Place Experiencing Economics Sanctions or Exorbitant Inflation,
--------If Oppressed People See the Prophet,
--------If People Who are Living in Fear See the Prophet,
--------If a Woman Sees the Prophet,
--------If Someone who is in Debt Sees the Prophet,
--------If a Sick Person Sees the Prophet,
--------If Someone who Has Not Performed Hajj Sees the Prophet,
--------If Someone who is Fleeing Persecution Sees the Prophet,
--------If the Prophet is Seen in an Infertile Land,
--------If Someone Sees that the Prophet has Died,
--------If Someone Sees the Prophet's Funeral,
--------If Someone Sees Himself following the Prophet's Bier to His Burial Plot,
--------If Someone Sees Himself Visiting the Grave of the Prophet,
--------If Someone Sees Himself to be the son of the Prophet,
--------Whoever Sees the Prophet Among a Well-equipped Army,
--------If the Prophet is Seen Amongst a Small Army,
--------Whoever Sees the Prophet Combing His Hair and His Beard,
--------If Someone Sees the Prophet in Masjid al-Nabawi or Masjid al-Haram or in another Famous Location,
--------If Someone Sees Himself Walking Behind the Prophet or Shaking His Hand,
--------Whoever Sees that his Blood is Mixed with the Blood of the Prophet,
--------Whoever Sees the Prophet Delivering a Sermon (khutba),
--------Whoever Sees the Prophet Giving Him Something,
--------Whoever Sees Himself Returning Something to the Prophet,
--------Whoever Sees Himself Visiting any Prophet from among the Galaxy of Prophets,

---[10]. Is Someone who Sees the Prophet better than others ?

---[11]. How can you See Prophet Muhammad ?
 

Part Two :
One Hundred Visions of the Beloved Prophet Muhammad,
may Allah bless him and grant him peace,

---Chapter [1]. The Companions (Sahaba),
-------1, Umar's Palace in Paradise,
-------2. The Prophet Seeing Himself with Prophet Isa and the Anti Christ (Dajjal),
-------3. The Prophet Saving a Man from Falling into Hell,
-------4. A Piece of the Prophet is Placed in the Lap of the Wife of 'Abbas,
-------5. Prostrating on the Prophet's Forehead,
-------6. Bilal's Dream of the Prophet,
-------7. The Prophet Feeds Dates to 'Ali with His Own Blessed Hand,
-------8. The Famine During the Caliphate of 'Umar,
-------9. The Martyrdom of 'Uthman,
-------10. The Death of Abdullah b. Mas'ud,
-------11. Be Like Sa'd b. Abi Waqqas in Times of Sedition,
-------12. The Consequences of Insulting of Zubayr b. al-'Awwam,
-------13. The Killing of 'Uthman,
-------14. Al-Hasan b. Ali in Dire Financial Straits,
-------15. The Dream of Ibn Abbas that al-Husayn would be Killed,
-------16. Umm Salama's Dream and the Killing of al-Husayn,
-------17. Ka'b al-Ahbar Corroborating a Dream about the Prophet.

---Chapter [2]. The Successors (Tabi'in),
-------18. Al-Hasan al-Basri Seeing the Prophet,
-------19. 'Umar b. 'Abd al-'Aziz's Dream about 'Ali and Mu'awiya,
-------20. 'Umar b. 'Abd al-'Aziz and the Palace,
-------21. The Prophet Addressing 'Umar b. 'Abd al-'Aziz,
-------22. The Prophet Wiping a Man's Blackened Face and Illuminating it,
-------23. The Prophet Reciting Qur'an into the Mouth of the Renowned Qari Nafi'
-------24. Imam Musa al-Kazim's Release from Prison,
-------25. One's Relationship with the Prophet Affects the Nur of the Face.

---Chapter [3]. The Four Imams,
-------26. Imam Abu Hanifa will Revive the Sunna of the Prophet,
-------27. The Knowledge of Imam Malik,
-------28. Imam Malik Distributing Musk to the People,
-------29. The Dream of Imam al-Shafi'i,
-------30. The Prophet Encourages the Following of Imam al-Shafi'i,
-------31. Imam al-Shafi'i's Salawat is Loved by the Prophet,
-------32. The Prophet Indicating in Favour of Imam Ahmad b. Hanbal,
-------33. The Rank of Ahmad b. Hanbal with the Messenger,
-------34. The Neighbour of Ahmad b. Hanbal.

---Chapter [4]. Scholars, Saints (Awliya) and Imams,
-------35. Al-Bukhari Defending the Prophet's Sunna,
-------36. Al-Bukhari Following the Footprints of the Prophet,
-------37. The Death of Imam al-Bukhari,
-------38. The Prophet Indicates the Rank of al-Awza'i,
-------39. Junayd al-Baghdadi and his Murshid (Guide) Sirri al-Saqti,
-------40. The Rank of Al-Shibly with the Prophet,

-------50. The Prophet Indicating an Imam of a Madhab,
-------51. Shaykh Abu 'l Hasan al-Ash'ari's Defection from the Mu'tazilites,
-------52. The Supplication of the Prophet Removes Obstacles for Ziyara to Madina,
-------53. The Prophet Encouraging a Man to Remain in the Haram,
-------54. Requesting the Prophet to Make Istighfar for You,
-------55. The Prophet Understands and Replies to Those Who Visit His Grave.

---Chapter [5]. Knowledge, Qari's and Poets,
-------56. The Prophet Encourages Knowledge and Research,
-------57. The Prophet Encourages the Teachers of Arabic and it's Sciences,
-------58. The Prophet on the Qur'an Being Uncreated,
-------59. The Prophet Visiting an Islamic Seminary (Madrasa),
-------60. The Prophet Censuring a Scholar for not Writing Taslim (Saluations),
-------61. The Prophet Censures Placing Other Books on Top of the Qur'an,
-------62. Surah al-Fatiha: The Ticket to Enter Paradise.
Qurra' (Qur'an Recitors):
-------63. The Prophet Instructing a Qari to Only Recite When the Audience is Quiet,
-------64. The Prophet's Preferred Style of Recitation,
-------65. The Prophet Encouraging  a Qari (Reciter of Qur'an),
-------66. The Prophet Boasting about a Talented Qari.
Poets :
-------67. The Qasida of Ka'b b. Zuhayr Banat Su'ad is Loved by the Prophet,
-------68. The Prophet Informs of Allah's Forgiveness Because of a Poet's Qasida,
-------69. The Prophet Heals Imam al-Busiri because of Qasida Burda,

---Chapter [6]. Hearing Hadith directly from the Prophet Muhammad,
-------70. Hearing Hadith Directly from the Prophet in a Dream,
-------71. Direct Counsel from the Prophet,

---Chapter [7]. Governments, Rulers and Prisons,
-------76. The Prophet's Intercession in a Wordly Matter,
-------77. The Prophet's Instructions to a Ruler,

-------80. The Prophet Sends a Message to Sultan Nur al-Din al-Zinki,

---Chapter [8]. Ahl al-Bayt (The Prophetic Family),
-------87. Doing Good to Ahl al-Bayt Provides Spiritual and Physical Protection,
-------88. The Prophet Ordering Reconciliation with His Family,
-------89. A Magian's Kindness to Ahl al-Bayt Leads to Him Embracing Islam,
-------90. The Prophet Exonerating a Man who was Wrongfully Imprisoned Defending the Ahl al-Bayt,
-------91. Honouring the Ahl al-Bayt Caused a Magian to See the Prophet and Receive Guidance.

---Chapter [9]. Tangible goods and Healing from the Prophet,
-------92. The Prophet Healing the Blind,
-------93. Financial Assistance from the Prophet,

-------100. The Compilers Dream,

---Chapter [10]. Bonus stories.
-------101. Shaykh Abdullah Siraj al-Din al-Halabi [d,2002],
-------102. Shaykh Abdur Rahman al-Shaghouri al-Himsi [d,2004],
-------103. Imam al-Utbi Receiving News of the Forgiveness of a Bedouin by the Prophet,
-------104. The Prophet Reconciling between Siblings,
-------105. The Prophet Curing Cancer.

Part Three :
Proven Means of Achieving a Vision of Our Master Muhammad,
may Allah bless him and grant him peace,

---Translator's Preface,
---Reviews for Proven Means,
------Sayyid Muhammad bin 'Alawi al-Maliki,
------Habib Abdul Qadir al-Saqqaf,
---Author's Introduction.

132 Techniques:
Proven Means of Achieving a Vision of the Beloved Prophet,
---Technique 1 to Technique 132,
-------1. The Sura al-Qadr technique,
-------2. The Sura al-Kawthar technique,
-------3. The Sura al-Muhammad technique,

------9. A technique to See the Prophet taught by the Prophet Himself,
------10. Another technique to See the Prophet taught by the Prophet Himself,
------11. Another technique to See the Prophet taught by the Prophet Himself,

------19. The technique of Shaykh 'Abdullah al-Yafi'i,
------20. Another technique to See the Prophet taught by the Prophet Himself and transmitted by Shaykh 'Abd al-Qadir al-Jaylani,
------21. The technique of our master Shaykh Abu 'l Abbas al-Mursi,
------22. The technique of Shaykh 'Abd al-Aziz al-Dabbagh via Khidr,
------23. The technique of our master Sayyid Muhammad b. 'Alawi al-Maliki using Imam al-Busiri's Hamziyya,

------26. The technique transmitted by Shaykh Yusuf al-Nabahani,

------35. The technique of Imam al-Qastallani,

------43. Another technique of Shaykh Yusuf al-Nabahani,

------48. The technique of Shaykh Muhammad al-Sanusi,

------51. Another technique of Shaykh Ahmad b. Zayni Dahlan,

------54. The technique of Shaykh Muhammad al-Sha'rani,

------62. The technique of Imam Abdullah al-Haddad al-Hadrami,

------70. The technique using Imam al-Jazuli's Dalayl al-Khayrat,

------74. The technique of Habib Abu Bakr al-Mashhur,

------78. Another technique of Habib 'Abdullah al-Haddar,

------89. A technique related by Habib 'Umar b. Hafiz,

------95. The technique of Habib al-Haddar Muhammad al-Haddar using Salat al-Fatih,

------100. Another technique of Habib al-Haddar Muhammad al-Haddar,

------120. A technique to see the Prophet in a Wakeful State by implementing Imam al-Ghazali's Bidaya al-Hidaya,

------132. Another technique of Habib Zayn b. Sumait and licensed by Shaykh Abd al-Hamid Tijani.

---Conclusion.
 

Appendices :

---Works Cited,
---Section Index,
---Subject Index.

 

 

 

 

 

 
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