What about seeing the Messenger, may God bless him and grant him peace, is it possible? What does it mean? Is it always true vision, whether the Messenger, may God bless him and grant him peace, was a vision as described in the Prophet’s biography, or he was different? In saying or describing; For example, if a young man is seen, or with a white beard, or wears clothes that he is not used to wearing, or he is seen ordering some things that contravene the purified Sharia, such as veneration of graves, severing of wombs, or killing, … and other than what I have proven from the stories and accounts of those who saw him … ? To begin with, I say the vision of the Messenger, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, is possible, and it is one of the most prominent examples of the righteous vision. The two sheikhs came out of the hadith of Abu Hurairah, may God be pleased with him, who said : The Messenger of God, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, said : [ Whoever sees me in a dream has seen me, the Devil does not imitate me. . ] And in a narration about him : [ Whoever sees me in a dream will see me while awake, or as if he saw me while awake, Satan will not imitate me . ] In the novel : [ Whoever sees me saw right ]. But should this be a vision according to a year and biography of descriptions, so Imam Muhammad Ibn Sirin said after the talk before, [ from the right seen me has seen ] , : if he saw in his image . And this imam used to tell him that he saw the Prophet, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, who said : Describe to me what you saw. If he described an attribute he did not know, he said : You did not see him . Ibn Hajar said and his chain of transmission is correct . Therefore, whoever sees the Messenger in contradiction to his description, the vision is not a vision on its face, or a true vision, but rather a vision that needs interpretation. This interpretation is related to the viewer . Therefore, some scholars said : Whoever sees him in his appearance and condition is evidence of the goodness of the seer and the perfection of his authority and triumphs over those who are against him, and whoever sees him in a changing state, frowning, or has a shin or a deficiency in some of his body, is evidence of the bad condition of the seer . But there is no doubt that whoever sees the Messenger, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, on whatever quality it is, let him be glad, and he should know that either the meaning is good to be indicated, or evil is forbidden, and this is what Imam Ibn Hajar, may God have mercy on him, decided.