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Muslim People

To dream of Muslim people represents aspects of your personality feel safe being permanently bound to morality or behaving. Morally bound absolutism. Behavior that exibits a combination of qualities of greater discipline, structure, and devotion. Strong discipline and devotion to commitment and maintaining fidelity. A conservative professional environment where modesty and respectability were highly valued. Feeling bound to values and expectations.

Negatively, dreaming about Muslims represents aspects of your personality that are overdoing feeling safe being permanently bound to morality or behaving to the point that you are unhappy. Cheating yourself out of happiness due to moral dogma or rigid discipline. Difficulty letting go of something for which you are too serious about being morally devoted to. Feeling safe being bound to morality that doesn't help your life just as much as not being morally bound. Choosing to live under permanent honest rules set by an adult or authority. Hurting yourself by being excessively bound and devoted to a moral decision. A fear of being constrained by traditional values and expectations. Feeling the weight of greater discipline, structure, devotion and expectations. Scaring or overcontrolling yourself that you are not being moral, nice, or concerning yourself with rules. Excessive honest absolutism.

Alternatively, a Muslim person may reflect how you are too concerned with what God thinks of you. Questioning yourself spiritually. Concerns with not being a perfect Muslim.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing a Muslim man dressed in white. In waking life he was trying his best to stay perfectly devoted to the idea that he must never have children to respect believing in God while arguing with soemone. He was admitted later that he was too serious about his argument and didn't feel good overcontrolling himself in order to believe he wasn't wrong about what was best for the rest of his life. Giving up arguing his point made him feel better. In this case the Muslim man may have reflected the qualities of discipline, structure, and devotion exhibited by the rigid belief system he was imposing upon himself, which ultimately made him unhappy and caused him to question the validity of his beliefs.

Example 2: A man dreamed of regretting rejecting Christ because he was a Muslim. In waking life he was having long-term debates about his faith.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of the end of the world and that only women dressed like Muslims could go to heaven. In waking life she was worried about world events being the "end of the world" while questioning her standing with God. The Muslim symbolism in this case may have reflected her feelings that being a perfect muslim or visiting a mosque with all the global chaos going on was the only one sure way God would accept you in heaven.

Example 4: A woman dreamed of listening to Muslim news on the radio inside her car. In waking life she was having money problems while maintaining her belief that God wanted her to open a children's home in her country of Ecuador. In this case the Muslim news on the radio may have reflected her mindset feeling perfectly safe being permanently bound to the moral cause of helping children even when she couldn't afford it.

*Please See Islamic Fundamentalist



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