Dreams Related To Muslim

Walking up the stairs with Muslim people

I'm walking up the stairs and I guess I see someone whom I know or someone I know is a Muslim. Then he says "Salam" and I return it. We walk up the stairs, me, my mom and some people that are unfamiliar, but I know them, walk into the house which seems like a mansion or a building and inside it's dimly-lit, the furniture is like all dark brown but still looks pleasing to the eye and we recognize one of the guards from a mosque we go to.

A dream in which you find yourself walking up the stairs is actually a very good sign. Each step represents a successful achievement or a fulfilled goal. Since you are climbing upwards with your mother surrounded by people from your religious community, the dream means that together you would experience an auspicious period, filled with satisfied desires and victories. Ultimately, you would feel happy, fortunate and lucky after having this dream. It will look to you as if everything is going according to your plans and aspirations.

Dating a Muslim girl for females

I'm dating a really cute Muslim girl (I'm also a girl) which would mean she's a lesbian and we love each other very much, and I take her to meet my parents and I meet hers and we kiss and then our photo is in our school newspaper. Then we get criticized and she cries and then our whole school supports her, then we go to GSA and Muslim students association (clubs at our school).

Dreaming about a Muslim girl, in particular, is often thought to suggest excitement or passion in your life. Considering the relationship between the two of you, this could mean your subconscious is trying to show you there is more to your current situation in life, encouraging you to seek out opportunities outside your comfort zone. The second half of the dream, seeing this girl cry and then visiting different clubs at school for support, predict that doing something different may rub some people the wrong way, but through open communication and understanding you should be able to convince those around you of the value of your endeavors.