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# Someone who has a dream and is very agitated/bothered by it in the morning one should go before three friends and proceed with the version that’s in the Siddur. <Ref>S”A 220:1 </ref>
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# Someone who has a dream and is very agitated/bothered by it in the morning should go before three friends and proceed with the version that is in the Siddur. <Ref>Shulchan Aruch 220:1 </ref>
# It’s not obligatory but very good to fast that day from waking up until Tzet HaChochavim. <Ref>S”A 220:2 </ref>
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# It is not obligatory but very good to fast that day from [[waking up]] until [[Tzet HaKochavim]]. <Ref>Shulchan Aruch 220:2 </ref>
# If the nightmare was caused because one was in great pain or fasting the previous day there’s nothing to worry about. <Ref>Shaar HaTzion 220:1 </ref>
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# If the nightmare was caused because one was in great pain or fasting the previous day, one can assume that there is nothing to worry about. <Ref>Shaar HaTziyun 220:1 </ref>
 
# Nowadays the Gedolim have lowered the emphasis on worrying about such dreams and fasting for them. <Ref>Piskei Teshuvot 220:1 </ref>
 
# Nowadays the Gedolim have lowered the emphasis on worrying about such dreams and fasting for them. <Ref>Piskei Teshuvot 220:1 </ref>
 
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Latest revision as of 21:31, 21 July 2015

  1. Someone who has a dream and is very agitated/bothered by it in the morning should go before three friends and proceed with the version that is in the Siddur. [1]
  2. It is not obligatory but very good to fast that day from waking up until Tzet HaKochavim. [2]
  3. If the nightmare was caused because one was in great pain or fasting the previous day, one can assume that there is nothing to worry about. [3]
  4. Nowadays the Gedolim have lowered the emphasis on worrying about such dreams and fasting for them. [4]

Sources

  1. Shulchan Aruch 220:1
  2. Shulchan Aruch 220:2
  3. Shaar HaTziyun 220:1
  4. Piskei Teshuvot 220:1