1. I saw Prophet SAW in his grave and I was thinking he looks like Ibrahim AS
2. I saw Prophet SAW giving sadaqah in masjid Al nabwi
3. I saw Prophet SAW in a cave
4. I felt his SAW presence in a room but couldn’t enter in because people were with me.
wa alaykum salam,
See ‘Dreaming of the Holy Prophet‘ where it mentions a number of ahadith and their interpretation by Mullah Ali al-Qari (rahimahullah), including:
It is stated in a Hadith, Hazrat Abu Hurairah radiyallahu anhu reports that the Apostle of Allah sallallahu alaihe wasallam said, “He who sees me in a dream has certainly seen me, because Satan can not take my form.” (Bukhari, Muslim)
The Muhadditheen (commentators of hadith) have mentioned various opinions regarding its meanings. Mulla Ali Qari rahmatullahi alaihe whilst commentating on this hadith writes in Mirqat, “It is like he has seen the Holy Prophet sallallahu alaihe wasallam in real life, but he will not be considered as to be a Sahabi, neither is it obligatory to carry out the orders given to him by the Holy Prophet sallallahu alaihe wasallam within the dream.” (Mirqat v.9, p.24)
Mulla Ali Qari rahmatullahi alaihe further writes in Mirqat (p.24) that some people are of the opinion that this hadith is concerning those people present at the time of the Prophet sallallahu alaihe wasallam. This means that those who see me in a dream, Allah will enable them to see me in real life.
This opinion is also supported by another hadith in Mishkat, Hazrat Abu Hurairah radiyallahu anhu reports that the Apostle of Allah sallallahu alaihe wasallam said, “He who saw me in a dream will soon see me when he is awake, for Satan can not take my form.” (Mishkat p.394)
Another opinion is that the Holy Prophet sallallahu alaihe wasallam is informing that who ever saw me in a dream, let he be known that his dream is true and genuine, (for Satan cannot take my form).
Those people who claimed to have received special guidance from the Holy Prophet sallallahu alaihe wasallam in a dream cannot be denied. It should be kept in mind that, if the orders and guidance received by them is in accordance with the laws of Shariah then it will be a source of evidence for themselves and not for others. However, if the guidance is contrary to the laws of Shariah then it will not be accepted nor will it be a source of evidence for anyone.
and Allah alone knows best.