The life span of dreams is exactly the same as the age of humanity. Wherever a person is found, there is a tafsir ahlam en arabe with him. We can even say about man that he is a “dreaming animal.” Dreaming in this respect is similar to “religion”, and it is similar to it on the other hand, which is the difference and disparity in the interpretation of the phenomenon, and in showing its origins, roots and causes. In his book “The Forgotten Language,” German psychologist Erich Fromm tackled the issue of dreams, in which he also mentioned the views of Austrian psychologist Sigmund Freud, as well as Swiss psychologist Carl Jung. Fromm points out that dreams were viewed in the past as coming from a higher divine power. There were even those who believed that dreams are an actual experience of the soul. The Ashanti, one of the primitive tribes, considered, for example, that if a man dreams that he has had a sexual relationship with the wife of another man, he must pay the fine that is usually required of a person who commits adultery. As his soul and the soul of the sinful woman had established a sexual relationship, there was also a symbolic interpretation, where each symbol that appears in the dream has a specific meaning, and the dream is interpreted through the interpretation of the symbols contained in it.