In the dream it was Jummah, we were going down a hilly urban area and I saw men and women standing outside the mosque, I think some were doing salaat. The mosque itself was small room with red carpet and an imam standing at the front facing the qiblah. My family went in and I think we were going to pray but were told to not come in yet (until the Jummah begins), so we stood outside the room (but were the closest to it). My dad/sis were sitting and I was standing I think my dad said that only awliyah or pir can go in at which my sister pointed at me and said ‘He’s a wali’. I smile and am concerned that my privilege may come across as arrogant so I try not to be arrogant. I am also smiling when she says that after which the dream ends.
A`udhu billahi min ash-shaytan ir-rajeem
Bismillahi ‘r-Rahmani ‘r-Raheem
Alhamdulillah, glad tiding for you. But at the same time it is not advisable to think that “I am a wali ” as pride can enter through it. May Allah protect us from that thought. Best way to deal with a compliment to ourselves in a dream is to say that I never deserve it but just to make me happy I got a compliment. Therefore, do not pay
attention to compliments and try to forget the compliment. The important message in this dream is the importance of attending the gathering of waliullahs. Therefore, plan to attend gathering of walis, especially the gatherings of Mawlana Shaykh Nazim and Shaykh Hisham on a Jumma day. The carpets in both the mosque of Mawlana Shaykh Hisham and the mosque of Sultanul Awliya Mawlana Shaykh Nazim are red. By attending their blessed gathering you and your family will be counted with them insha Allah.