Booking a dream interpretation and what to expect
"When the time (of the Day of Resurrection) draws near, a believer’s dream will rarely be false. And the truest dream will be of one who is himself the most truthful in speech." Recorded in Sahih Muslim.
Dreams will continue until the end of time. Subsequently there will continue to be a group of people from the Ummah of Muhammad (salla Allahu alayhi wa sallam) proficient in interpreting dreams; that is because believers are supported in the form of dreams to either encourage them to attain more success and happiness and thereby they be determined, or to warn them of coming harms so they be ready and prepared.
Submitting a Dream
At Fitrah Centre, our senior dream interpreter, Shaykh Abu Ubaid, has been interpreting dreams for several years. If you have seen a dream and would like the Shaykh to interpret it, click the button below and complete the submission form. If it is a clear, explicit, good dream the Shaykh will interpret it accordingly. If otherwise, the Shaykh will advise accordingly.
Sessions are arranged by using our online booking system. Dreams interpretation sessions are usually up to 30 minutes.
Please note that your session may start a little later than the time booked. We aim to see all clients within 15 minutes of their booked times.
A single dream interpretation session is £40. Please note for in-person sessions £20 is paid online when making a booking and £20 is paid in cash at the session. In case of a no-show, or cancellation outside of the grace period, the outstanding amount for the session will be charged.
Cancellations made 24 hours in advance of the session will be issued a refund on their deposit within 14 working days. You may cancel by phone or by clicking cancel on the booking confirmation email. Cancellations made within 24 hours of the session will not be issued a refund on their deposit.
Your Personal Information
New patients will be registered to the centre. All personal information will be kept confidential.
How Dreams are Interpreted
At your session, your dream interpreter will ask you to narrate the dream you saw. The following are taken into consideration when interpreting dreams:
Inspiration from Allah and farasah (reading acumen of facial and body language)
Language, environment, culture and history of the person seeing the dream
Symbols, signs, colours, numbers and movements in the dream
Timings and seasons in which the dream was seen
Al-Wahye (Qur’an & Sunnah)
Please note sessions may be paused for Salah breaks.