You will attain influence and respect. Good omen to dream that you are learning and acquiring knowledge.
Learning the Qur’an, the prophetic traditions, or a craft in a dream means richness after poverty, guidance after heedlessness, or marriage after celibacy. It also means begetting a son, or walking in the company of a spiritual guide.
If one sees himself learning an evil act in a dream, it means that his is going astray, or that he is experiencing poverty after richness. (Also see Knowledge; School; Uncertainty)
If you dream of learning something, you will take great interest in acquiring knowledge, and if you are careful with your time and stick to your goals you will advance far.
To dream that you Learn something readily is a good sign, but if it proves a difficult task, then you are undertaking more than you can carry through.
1. A message or lesson from one level of consciousness to another.
2. A feeling that too much responsibility is being taken on.
3. A general thirst for knowledge or a desire to learn a new skill, intellectual stimulation.
Dreams of learning are great blessings and lessons. These dreams denote openness, willingness, humility, and desire to grow.
To learn in your dream is the whole point of dream interpretation and being on a path of enlightenment. See School and Prophetic Dreams.
To dream of learning, denotes that you will take great interest in acquiring knowledge, and if you are economical of your time, you will advance far into the literary world.
To enter halls, or places of learning, denotes rise from obscurity, and finance will be a congenial adherent.
To see learned men, foretells that your companions will be interesting and prominent.
For a woman to dream that she is associated in any way with learned people, she will be ambitious and excel in her endeavors to rise into prominence.
If the knowledge gained is of a practical nature, it is an omen of business improvement to dream of learning something new.
Professional men and women will profit in their own lines after a dream of abstract learning.