As-Salamu ’Alaikum brother,
Thank you, brother, for writing in. Your experiences which you describe are most amazing. As I am not an Islamic scholar, I cannot definitely advise you on whether you should discuss these with other people or not. I kindly suggest that you pray to Allah (swt) for guidance concerning these „miracles” and speak to your imam at the mosque as to what this could possible mean for you personally, and if relevant, how would others benefit from these experiences if they knew. If your experiences were negative, I do know that any negative or bad should not be disclosed. However, as you have perceived these experiences as positive, your imam would be most helpful in guiding you towards further understanding and enlightenment.
As some Muslims have seen or had wonderful, “miraculous” dreams or visions, you may want to ensure that this is really what it is. Although there may be no ways to be certain, it is best to in sha’ Allah address any confounding factors.
As you mentioned you were schizophrenic, brother, do you think these “miracles” are a byproduct of your mental health illness? Have you ever experienced this before? While I am not sure what type of schizophrenia you have. or if you are on medication, I would kindly suggest that you share these experiences with your doctor/counselor as well. I suggest this because if you truly want to fully benefit or have others benefit from any Islamic blessings you have (or have not) received, you need to rule out your schizophrenia as a contributing factor.
I do encourage you to speak with both your imam as well as your doctor about these experiences. Allah (swt) knows best, and only Allah (swt) knows what is truly going on. However, as you have had these wonderful experiences, in sha’Allah, they will prove to be beneficial to you Islamically, increasing your knowledge and insight. If you have further questions or concerns, dear brother, please contact our “Ask the Scholar” section.
We wish you the best you are in our prayers.
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