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Is Yoga dangerous to your Faith?

Eastern practice of yoga in Hindu philosophy includes Raja Yoga, Karma Yoga, Jnana Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, and Hatha Yoga, Tantric Yoga, etc.  is a series of traditional physical and mental disciplines originating in India. The word is associated with meditative practices in Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. It is a form of stretching the body into various poises while meditating or visualizing.

Even as yoga has become a mainstream form of exercise and stress relief in The western world and in the United States, the question is whether Muslims should practice. Yoga is contradictory to Islam and  is absolute paganism. Yoga is a form of pantheism.. Yoga is a subtle act of pagan worship. The physical aspects of yoga can’t be separated from its historical roots in Hinduism and other Eastern religions. Roman Catholic exorcist condemned yoga as apparently harmless but as a possible conduit to “the evil spirit.” In Yoga; all is collapsed into oneism. The result is that you don’t go out to Allah, you go into self. It’s not about connecting to Allah. It’s about connecting to the universe through meditation. It’s absolute paganism.

The underlying objective of yoga is related to a theology that says one can cleanse oneself of karma — the fruits of a person’s actions in a lifetime — and stop the cycle of rebirth so one’s spirit merges with the absolute, said Christian Lee Novetzke, University of Washington associate professor of comparative religion and South Asian studies, who specializes in Hinduism.

In his best-selling pamphlet Exorcism: Understanding exorcism in scripture and practice Fr Jeremy Davies, chief exorcist of the Roman Catholic diocese of Westminster writes: “.. The thin end of the wedge (soft drugs, yoga for relaxation, horoscopes just for fun and so on) is more dangerous than the thick end, because more deceptive – an evil spirit tries to make his entry as unobtrusively as possible.” [Understanding exorcism in scripture and practice - Davies, Fr Jeremy]

Ouija is a board game that has the alphabet spelled out with yes or no. Two people usually sit facing each other on opposite sides and place fingertips on the oracle: made of plastic or wood and a glass with a needle in the middle. The people ask the board a series of questions, the board will respond yes or no, or spell it out. Beware: this game eventually leads to possession.

The board puts one in contact with the spirit world and as a result it should be considered anything but a game. It continues to be marketed as as game, no doubt because of the almighty dollar. Many famous mediums began their trade by experimentation with the Ouija board and what they came in contact with are demons. Some even advise against using it.

Participants believe they are contacting a departed loved one or some one from the past, who has information. It usually starts out as innocent fun and then can lead to addiction. The force behind the board is demonic. Satan deceiving the one who is desperately asking questions. I should come as no surprise that nine out of ten times the answer just happens to be what the person wants to hear. I could be a family member or someone talking for them saying they are ok in the here after. Once contact is established, Satan lures the victim in to other occult activity.  Most will indulge in Psychic’s, and fortune tellers to get answers to many questions, instead of asking Allah.

Some people think of the Ouija board as nothing more than a party game. Others believe that using it can reveal hidden things in the subconscious. Still others believe that while the communications are produced supernaturally, the supernatural source is demonic rather than from beyond the grave. Using Ouija Board is sure way to Depression and Demonic Possession.

New Age (Apperarance of Good but Reality of Evil): another name for things occultic in nature.

New Age is an old adage – False Religion. Like medieval metaphysicians and ancient Eastern mystics, the cult of New Age hails man and his paramount powers as the center of the spiritual universe. For centuries, people have endeavored to consecrate themselves and evoke the mysteries of spirituality.

As we all know Reincarnation, Eastern Mysticism, Channeling, Psychic Phenomena, the Occult and other aspects of the New Age Movement are sweeping the world.  Nevertheless, we should be aware of what is going on, without dwelling on evil. We need to have enough knowledge to be aware of Satan’s devices, but not live with him!

 

The new age movement is the most deceptive and damaging philosophy around today. It is entwined not only in witchcraft and Satanism.  The belief system is deeply rooted in Eastern Mysticism, and the Occult, with ancient pagan backgrounds. Followers are told to awaken their God consciousness thru Transcendental Meditation, Yoga, Hypnosis, visualization etc.. What most do not understand is, this is the same thing Satan said in the Garden of Eden to Eve in the Bible: “You will be as Gods” (Genesis 3:4,5). No one is a god. To think so puts you on the list of those going to hell.

Satan, as well as the other evil spirits, are fallen Jinn who turned away from Allah. Yet they have the power to appear to people as benevolent. What appears to some New Agers to be a “Divine Light” is, in reality, the “Shining Darkness” of Satan. Despite the attractiveness, and apparent concern shown by these ”Spirit Guides”, these spirits will ultimately lead to spiritual oppression and other forms of spiritual destruction here on Earth, and possibly serious consequences in the life to come.

The New Age Movement is riddled with occult and other forbidden practices which make up the ”ancient wisdom”, including mediumship, channeling, divination, astrology, consulting spirits of the dead, tarot cards, crystals, palm reading, ouija boards, psychic powers, Yoga, transcendental meditation, rose poetry, past-life regression, etc.

Despite the clear implications of such practices, an increasing number of people are abandoning their true faith to follow some or many aspects of the New Age Movement. People today are replacing God with evil spirits and pagan gods, just as the ancient Israelites and Egyptians did during the time of Moses. The seductions are subtle, but at its core is Satan himself. He is promising, just as he did in the Garden of Eden, that the forbidden fruit will make us gods.

The New Age Movement, on the surface, appears to be a good thing. It promises global peace, health, personal and spiritual growth, and environmental stability. However, the methods it promotes to achieve these goals are cleverly hidden beneath a benevolent surface appearance. A closer scrutiny reveals a dark, sinister methodology for drawing people away from Allah and towards individualism, and the religious practices of pagans, belief in reincarnation, and the power of the “Self”.

Nevertheless, the New Age Movement, on the surface, does not deny the existence of Allah – to do so would scare off most Believers in an instant. Instead, clever syntax is applied, while traditional aspects of our faith are redefined. Allah becomes less than what He is, Allah, and instead is relegated to becoming one of a number of “Spiritual Guides” who were mere humans who “evolved” into higher beings after discovering and using “ancient wisdom.” Indeed, the New Age Movement promises that any individual can attain this status through “Self Realization” or “Higher Consciousness” of the fact of one’s own “Higher Self”, “God-Self”, or “Divinity”.
Essentially, each individual can become God.

 

Douglas R. Groothuis, research associate with Probe Ministries (Seattle, Wash.), identifies six distinctives of New Age thinking:
[http://www.ewtn.com/library/NEWAGE/AGE-OLD.TXT]
  All is One
  All is God
  Humanity is God
  A change in consciousness
  All religions are one
  Cosmic evolutionary optimism

  Norman L. Geisler focuses on 14 doctrines typical of New Age religions: 

  1) an impersonal god (force)
  2) an eternal universe
  3) an illusory nature of matter
  4) a cyclical nature of life
  5) the necessity of reincarnations
  6) the evolution of man into godhood
  7) continuing revelations from beings beyond the world
  8) the identity of man with God
  9) the need for meditation (or other consciousness-changing  techniques)
 10) occult practices (astrology, mediums and so forth)
 11) vegetarianism and holistic health
 12) pacifism (or anti-war activities)
 13) one world (global) order
 14) syncretism (unity of all religions)

The New Age endouver is really a very old examination of occultism’s principles and practices. Reincarnation, astrology, astral projection, soul travel, shamanism, goddess worship, visualization and affirmations of inner deity are not new modes of spirituality. They are ancient ways of claiming to reveal the link between man and God. The term New Age represents this consciousness, as well as the astrological prediction of the end-of-the-century arrival of an era called Aquarian Age.

New Age cultists and Mystics seek a divine being within the self and strive to be an integral, conscious element of the universe. God becomes the self and the self becomes God. New Agers have their own buzzword known as it-autarchy. Basically, it asserts government by self. Hence, the political agenda of the New Age movement ranges from abortion rights to gay rights, even animal rights. For some, it includes polygamous privileges, prostitution, gambling, and for the most extreme drugs.

The New Age rage is intended to become a new world order in which, all becomes one. Remember, all is one, one is God, you are one, and you are, that’s right, God. And since the God in you makes all the decisions, then whatever you decide is right.

The marvelous insights and fascinating knowledge New Agers acquire are the “signs and lying wonders” of Satan and his Antichrist. Symbols of the New Age are the rainbow, globe, lotus flower, mandala and dove.

Spirit “entities” contacted by New Agers in their spiritual encounters endlessly repeat the three-fold lie of Satan: There is no death; man is Godknowledge of the self leads to one’s own divinity, transformation, salvation and power.

There is nothing “new” about New Age ideas. The movement is merely a re- hash of Satan’s twisted concepts. Individually we must fight back and win our personal battles against the devil.

If you, or someone you know, are involved with any of the above practices get out immediately.  Repent and turn to Allah, and ask for forgiveness.  He loves you and wants what’s best for you.  No sin is too great for him; he knows everything you’ve done any way.  He is willing to forgive you and take away your sins, if you ask Him.  But He will never force you.  He wants you to make the choice.  He’s ready anytime you are.

by Quranichealing.com Team

Out of body experiences is an occult practice and an out of body experience produced through meditation or witchcraft which is traveling outside one’s body in spirit form to another destination. But when you are gone, who’s minding your body?

Demons can move in and take possession. Out of body travel opens up a gateway for demonic spirits. It is an occult practice and powered by evil spirits. Once a person takes this soulish control over his/her spirit, they can enter the spirit realm any time and talk to demons.

We are to be under the guidance and control of Allah (swt).

This practice is often used in occultism and shamanism. %10 of world population can do that but they should never attempt to do that. If you are not under guidance, it is very dangerous and to be avoided at all costs by the believers.

Beware of Angel Worshipping

Among the most important matters of the belief (Iman) is to believe in the angels, i.e., to believe, although we don’t usually see them, that angels exist and they are one of the kinds of creations Allah created. Allah created the angels from light. They are neither males nor females. They all worship Allah and obey His orders; they do not sin.

The Holy Qur’an strictly prohibits worship of any other than Allah.

Allah created the angels as they are now. They do not grow or develop or age. In their original shape, they are gentle bodies; gentle bodies meaning they can’t be grasped or held by the hand. Although they are gentle bodies, they do not have internal cavities–unlike humans and jinn–and they do not eat or drink. This is why when Prophet Ibrahim gave food to the angels who were visiting him (in the shape of men), they did not eat. The angels have different body parts: feet, shoulders, ears, hands, and wings. Some angels have two (2) wings, some have three (3), others have four (4). Some, like Angel Jibril, have up to six hundred (600) wings. If just one of his wings was spread open, it would cover what is between east and west.

Allah gave the angels the power to change their shapes, and it is permissible that they would take the shape of a man, however, without the male genital organ. Often Angel Jibril would appear to the Prophet in the shape of a man to teach him the Revelation. Angels do not take the form of the woman. The one who believes that the angels are female is blasphemous, as Allah said in The Holy Qur’an Surat an-Najm, Ayah 27

It is common knowledge that having idols of religious significance would eventually lead to the practice of idol worshipping that is including angels, saints, Virgin Mary, Jesus, Buddha or any others in the form of statues or images.

Even idols without any religious importance, with the passage of time, have proven to be becoming objects of worship.
In Christianity belief, Satan is a Fallen angel. No where in Christian Scripture does it directly say that Satan was once an Angel. He was high ranked Jinn as Qur’an writes. No textual evidence (that is text from the The Noble Qur’an or the Sunnah) can confirm that Satan was the origin of all the jinn; he was simply one of them as stated in the The Noble Qur’an: “except Iblees (Satan).He was one of the jinn” [The Holy Qur'an l8:50].

Satan (Lucifer) is a Fallen Jinn not Fallen Angels. He had choices and he had chosen the wrong ones. After being cast out, Lucifer became Satan, and the fallen Jinns became Demons. Lucifer was created perfect in all his ways, but iniquity was found in him. It was not put there by God. Lucifer created it. (Bible – Ezekiel 28:15 )

Like man, the Jinns were created perfect, and with a free will. the angels does not have free will. Allah created obedience inherent in the angels. They do not disobey Allah. All of them are obedient slaves to Allah, as Allah described them in Surat at-Tahrim, Ayah 6

Satan was lifted up because of his beauty, he corrupted the wisdom by reason of his brightness (Bible – Ezekiel 28:17)

Does this worship and veneration of idols, created by humans, conform to human intellect and reasoning?
Even though we live in the 21st century of knowledge and science, the phenomenon of idol worshipping still persist in many of the nations of the world. The Holy Qur’an, the book of Islam, revealed in 620 CE alerts us to the fallacy involved in worshipping idols and in the story of Prophet Abraham (pbuh) trying to show his people how illogical is such an act of ignorance.
And recite to them the story of Abraham (pbuh). When he said to his father and his people “What do you worship?” They said: “We worship idols and to them we are ever devoted” He said: ” Do they hear you, when you call on (them)? Or do they benefit you or do they harm (you)?” They said: “(Nay) But we found our fathers doing so” (Holy Qur’an 26:69-74)

In the other hand Islam is so pure, Qur’an’s message is so fresh and strong that is guiding all humankind today.

“And thou wilt see the Angels surrounding the Throne (Divine) on all sides, singing Glory and Praise to their Lord. The Decision between them (at Judgement) will be in (perfect) justice, and the cry (on all sides) will be, “Praise beto Allah, the Lord of the Worlds!” (The Holy Qur’an 39:75)

Angels are truly wondrous creations of Allah. If one thinks about this creation of Allah, it will strengthen, with assurity, his belief in the One Who created the angels–the One Who Created Everything.

About their obedience and dutifulness, the Holy Qur’an says:

“They speak not before He speaks, and they act (in all things) by His command. He knows what is before them, and what is behind them, and they offer no intercession except for those with whom He is well pleased and they stand in awe and reverence of His (Glory).

The Angels are creation of Allah Almighty and are, therefore, His servants. Just as we are – with the difference that their obedience is perfect, unquestioning, and without intermission, because of the nature Allah has given them. They never say anything before they receive Allah’s command to say it, and their acts are similarly conditioned. This is also the teaching of Jesus as reported in the Gospel of St. John (xii. 49-50): “For I have not spoken of myself: but the” Father” which sent me, He gave me a commandment, what I should say, and what I should speak. And I know that His commandment is life-everlasting: whatsoever I speak therefore, even as the “Father” said unto me, so I speak”. If rightly understood, “Father” has the same meaning as our Rabb, Sustainer and Cherisher, not Begetter or Progenitor.

by Adam Asar and QuranicHealing.com Team

Are You Stressed Out?

Stressed Out?

By: Asim Ashique
Source: IIIM.info

 

Have a stressful day at work last week? Relax. You’re not alone. 75% of us report that we have at least one day per week where we experience “great stress” and one third have more than two such days each week.

With the advent of modern time saving conveniences like microwave ovens, cellular telephones and e-mail one might have reasonably expected there to be more time for leisure. These things are designed to make our lives easier, right? Quite on the contrary, however, it seems that as time passes we’re all busier. Our lives are more hectic and we’re under more stress.

The concern with stress arises due to the impact that it has on our health. Stress, along with smoking and alcohol consumption, is among the major contributors to disease in our society. An estimated 75-90% of physician visits are due to stress-related illness. Over 10 billion dollars is spent in North America each year to fight the effects of stress.

What is stress? Simply put, stress is caused by a perceived shortage of resources, relative to the need. So if you need $2,000 per month to support yourself and your family, but make only $1,500 per month, then this will be a stressor, or stress trigger. The same principle applies with time, skill, knowledge and other resources. It’s an adaptability issue and the general formula used to represent it is: Stress = Need – Resources.

What is the stress response? The mind-body link is very potent. That is, emotional stress has a very real physical effect on our bodies. The origin of this is in the nervous system and can be seen in the “fight or flight response.”

When Allah (Most High) created our bodies, he built in an emergency response system. To illustrate how this system works imagine that you are sitting alone in a quiet room. If someone walks up behind you and says “boo”, there will be a series of sophisticated, but lightning quick changes in your body designed to prepare you for action. Your pupils will dilate, heart beat and respiration will increase, blood will be preferentially shunted away from the digestive organs and to the muscles; and hormones will be released to provide you with a burst of energy. You are now ready to either fight or run to protect yourself.

The stress response that most of us experience in less threatening situations is very similar. When we experience fear or anxiety in response to everyday stressors – traffic, work pressures, family obligations and tensions – the body initiates the same process, only on a smaller scale and often sustained over a longer period of time. And that’s where the problem starts.

A car can be driven hard and at high speeds periodically. It is designed to be able to do that. But if you floored it at each traffic light it wouldn’t last long. The engine would burn out prematurely due to increased wear and tear. Your body is the same way. Chronic or sustained stress, combined with poor coping skills, results in physical changes that increase the wear and tear on the body. Premature illness and death are the result.

What bodily changes occur due to stress? The cascade of physical changes in the body is initiated when a stressor stimulates the sympathetic nervous system (“fight or flight” system) which in turn stimulates the production of stress hormones, including adrenaline and cortisol. Adrenaline is critical to the stress response: it raises blood sugar, increases heart rate and boosts the amount of energy available to your muscles. Cortisol acts to maintain heightened blood pressure and blood sugar.

How can stress cause disease? While cortisol has short-term benefits, such as providing essential bursts of energy during critical periods, scientists have become concerned about the hormone’s long-term effects on our health. Evidence shows that extended exposure to cortisol weakens bones, causes nerve cells in the brain to degenerate or perhaps even die, and compromises the immune system. A suppressed immune system means we are more vulnerable to infection and less able to heal from diseases ranging from small wounds to colds to cancer. Research shows that high blood pressure, anxiety and depression, skin problems, headaches, neck and back pain, insomnia, digestive disorders, ulcers, heart disease and stroke can all be related to chronic stress.

Stress is a huge problem in our society. Job stress alone is estimated to cost American industry $300 billion a year. That does not include the cost of personal stress, nor the “non-financial” costs of poor health in the form of poor quality of life. A simple variable like the number of marriages that suffer due to stress, and the real impact of that suffering, will never be known.

Good news! The exciting news is that while emotional tension is ubiquitous, there are techniques which have been proven effective in managing it. No matter what type of stress we experience, nor the quantity, we can each develop strategies for coping with stress so as to minimize the impact it has on our lives. Part II of Stressed out? will focus on stress management.

Burnout, nervous breakdowns, sleeplessness and other similar phenomena often find their origin in one thing – stress. In the last issue we discussed the prevalence of stress, the large role it plays in the causation of disease in our society as well as its social and financial consequences.

After understanding the seriousness of this problem, the natural question is “How can stress be managed?” For every illness Allah has created he has also created a cure; so as Muslims we believe in taking responsibility for ourselves by seeking solutions to our problems.

Here is a simple ABCDEFG checklist for managing stress.

1) Allahu Akbar! The best source of comfort comes from knowing that Allah is in control of all things. While we can’t always control our environment, we can maintain perspective and control our reaction to life events.

Sheikh Abdul Qaadir Al-Jilani would teach his students to never object to the will of Allah. He emphasized that the believers are most precious to Allah and He is always doing what is best for them, even if on the surface it seems unfavorable or unpleasant. There is tremendous solace in knowing that you’re under Allah’s protection. What happens to you, big and small, is all part of the plan.

Stress and its ultimate clinical manifestations – anxiety and depression – are fear-based phenomena. It is the fear of not having the time, money, security or other resources that leads to stress. And the opposite of fear is faith!

2) Breathe. Examine your breathing pattern in the morning. You will find that you breathe deeply and slowly. This is closest to natural breathing. Do the same at the end of the day and you will find your breathing to be short and shallow. As tension builds throughout the day it has a very real effect on our breathing pattern.

Notice that many people breathe with their shoulders as opposed to their diaphragm (abdomen) which is the primary muscle of inspiration. Poor breathing mechanics result in a gradual depletion of oxygen levels, making you more vulnerable to pressure and fatigue as well as postural stress and physical pain.

Take hourly breathing breaks. Spend sixty seconds doing deep diaphragm breathing with your eyes closed. Visualize your body exhaling tension, anger, self-doubt; and inhaling positive energy. Supplement this with daily yoga, Tai Chi or just simple stretching.

3) Chiropractic care. Emotional tension has a very real physical effect. The regular aches and pains that you feel are not normal. They are due to the accumulated effects of spinal stress and poor posture.

Get with the times. The days of skepticism about chiropractic are long gone. If champions like Tiger Woods, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Mike Tyson, Emmitt Smith, Mark McGwire, Evander Holyfield, Barry Bonds and Donovan Bailey attribute part of their success to regular chiropractic care, what could it do for you?

4) Distract and Diffusion. Things can only build if you let them. Don’t dwell on things. Especially things you can’t control. Give yourself permission to let go of it. Distract yourself with fun stuff regularly.

5) Exercise and Eat right. A good workout remains one of the best ways of blowing off steam. For maximum results one should do cardiovascular (aerobic) exercise for at least 30 minutes, 3-6 times per week. The best forms of exercise are swimming, cycling and other activities that don’t impact the joints. Avoid jogging if you have joint disease. There is a safe exercise for all ages and levels of health – nobody has an excuse. See you at Shapes!

Your food is your fuel. Garbage in, garbage out. The quality of your diet is an important determinant of your resilience. A poor choice of foods can leave you feeling sluggish and less physically able to meet the demands of your day. A mildly dehydrated state can suppress your energy level by 25% – so get your 8-10 glasses of water daily.

6) Finish it today. Procrastination is one of the foundations of burden-bearing. Putting things off allows them to build and makes a chore out of things that may otherwise be exciting and challenging.

In our hectic environment, adequate time management skills are essential. Be a doer, not a talker. Effective planning, scheduling and goal setting can be invaluable in allowing you to stay ahead of the game.

7) Good people. Most of us would agree that much of our stress comes from other people. In the same way that people can bring us down, they can also bring us up.

Surrounding yourself with people who are positive and encouraging by their nature will make you feel good. Seek out people who possess the qualities you wish to acquire. Avoid people who are toxic. Negative people need to be ditched.

Talking out your issues with a trusted friend, elder, sheikh or professional therapist can be helpful.

From an Islamic perspective health is viewed as one of the greatest blessings that Allah has bestowed on mankind. It should be noted that the greatest blessing after belief is health, as narrated in the following Hadith:

The final messenger of God, Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) mounted the pulpit, then wept and said, “Ask Allah (swt) for forgiveness and health, for after being granted certainty, one is given nothing better than health.”
Related in Tirmidhi

To help millions of people deal with the stress created by the tough economic times, Quranic Healing is recommending strategies to help people feel better and protect their mental health.

We do believe that having a strong faith is key ingredients for having a balanced mental health.

One recent poll reported that nearly 60 percent of respondents said the current economic situation is a cause of stress in their lives. And one-quarter indicated that anxiety is serious.

“This is a terribly challenging time for many people,” said David L. Shern, Ph.D., president and CEO of Mental Health America. “But there are things people can do to take care of themselves during stressful times such as leaning on the people who care about them and focusing on the positives in life.”

Allah has entrusted us with our bodies for a predestined period of time. He will hold us to account on how we looked after and utilised our bodies and good health. It has been narrated that Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said: ”No one will be allowed to move from his position on the Day of Judgement until he has been asked how he spent his life, how he used his knowledge, how he earnt and spent his money and in what pursuits he used his health” - Related in Tirmidhi

Here are some simple steps people can take to protect their mental health in their daily life.

Take a problem solving approach:

  • Sit down and list your problems and some possible solutions. Weigh pros and cons, and once you have some possible solutions, break them into manageable chunks. This process not only can produce concrete answers, but offers a sense of organization and control at a time that may feel chaotic and confusing.

Shift your thinking:

  • Review the skills and strengths that have helped you rise to challenges in the past. You can rely on those abilities again now. Try not to blame yourself for matters that may not have been in your control.

Get support:

  • You may feel like you don’t want to worry your loved ones. But chances are they want to help. You can just enjoy each other’s company or, if you’re in a relationship, work with your partner to solve financial problems together instead of isolating yourself and struggling alone.

Focus on positive aspects of your life:

  • Sure you have worries, but you are likely to have a lot to be grateful for. Thinking about those positives-or writing them down-can boost your mood.

Take good care of yourself:

  • Exercising, eating right, getting enough sleep and taking time to relax are essential. You’ll be able to cope better with stress and take care of those who depend on you if you find even a few minutes each day to refuel. Beware of turning to alcohol to relax. It may seem to offer a release but actually puts more stress on your body and can drag down your mood.
  • Watch for helplessness, hopelessness and worthlessness- these states are well-known conditions associated with social withdrawal and giving up. Break the silence, reach out and talk to someone who will listen. If this is not helpful, it is advisable to seek out professional counseling.

Watch for signs of excessive stress:

  • Be aware of irritability, difficulty concentrating, headaches, stomach pain and fatigue. You might also see if you’ve developed some unhealthy behaviors, like repeatedly checking the economic news that mostly feed your fears.

Get professional help if you need it:

  • Some people feel it’s a sign of weakness to see a mental health professional, but it can be a sign of great strength to take the steps necessary to get your life back on track.

Spiritual Strategies for Mental Wellness:

The preservation of this blessing can only be achieved through taking good care of one’s health and taking every measure to maintain and enhance it. With this in mind every Muslim should make sure they undertake all necessary actions which are conducive to the preservation of good health. Healthy living is part and parcel of Islam, introduced with the inception of Islam more than 14 centuries ago. Furthermore, the Quran and the Sunnah outline the teachings that show every Muslim how to protect his health and live life in a state of purity. Numerous examples in Islam instruct its followers to live a healthy life, a selection are summarised below.

Daily prayer
Any health benefits derived from prayer or any other worship (fasting) are secondary in importance. The Salah or Islamic prayer comprises both physical movement and mental concentration. Performed five times a day at specific times of the day, the obligatory prayers provide a good means for the circulation of blood, breathing and general suppleness of joints. Though it is not physically over demanding, we know that anything done moderately and consistently is far better than sudden over-exertion at infrequent periods.

Ablution before Prayer & Ghusl 
Before a Muslim performs their prayers, they must perform the ablution which comprises thorough washing of the hands, mouth, nose, face, arms (up to the elbow) and the feet (up to the ankle). This ritual of self-purification when carried out five-times a day, leaves the worshiper clean, refreshed and ready to face his creator. Muslims are also required to clean themselves with water after urinating or defecating. Another act of worship which also helps to maintain good health is taking a shower, or ghusl. This is compulsory when one is in the state of ritual impurity, and is compulsory at least once a week before attending the weekly Friday prayer.

Diet & Nutrition 
Various verses and texts within Islam promote the eating of healthy wholesome food and eating in moderation. God clearly states in the Quran:

Eat of the good things which We have provided for you. (2:173) Eat of what is lawful and wholesome on the earth.(2:168)

A healthy nutritious diet must also be balanced, in order to maintain the balance that God has established in all things, this is addressed in the Quran when God says:

And He enforced the balance. That you exceed not the bounds; but observe the balance strictly; and fall not short thereof. (55:7–9)

As we know, eating excessively causes harm to our systems. Many aliments are related to uncontrolled eating habits such as, diabetes, vascular diseases, stroke, heart attack etc. It has been said that the ‘stomach is the home of ill health’ and is usually responsible in some way to ill health. Islam teaches us to eat moderately:

Eat and drink, but avoid excess. (20:81)

Over indulgence and wasting of food are further dissuaded in the Hadith of the of the Messenger of God:

‘ No human being has ever filled a container worse than his own stomach. The son of Adam needs no more than a few morsels of food to keep up his strength, doing so he should consider that a third of his stomach is for food, a third for drink and a third for breathing’
Ibn Maja

Fasting 
Fasting during the month of Ramadan from dawn till dusk, is undertaken to seek the pleasure of God and to practise self control and restraint in all aspects of living, with the idea being to continue this state of God consciousness and piety after Ramadan is over. It is an ideal time to remove the impurities and shortcomings in ones life.

‘ O you who believe fasting is prescribed to you as it was prescribed to those before you so that you can learn Taqwa (God consciousness)’

Fasting in Islam is not like crash dieting, it is adequate in calorie intake and involves no malnutrition. All foods are permissible to eat in moderation, once the fast is over. Many processed foods we eat contain chemicals which over-time can be stored by our bodies as toxins within cells. Fasting can assist our body to purge these toxins while also allowing our body and digestive system to rest. Research has indicated that fasting can lower blood sugar levels and cholesterol, suggesting it may be advisable for moderate, stable, non-insulin diabetes, obesity and essential hypertension.

Prohibition of Intoxicants 
Islam strictly forbids indulgence in intoxicants such as alcohol and drugs for good reason. The limited pleasure of such vices causes immense long-term damage to both mind, body and the social fabric of society. Particular schools of thought include smoking within the list of prohibitions because of its harmful affects on the body. It seems that if Muslims adhere to the teachings of Islam, they would automatically lead a healthier lifestyle. God says in the Quran:

Satan’s plan is (but) to excite enmity and hatred between you with intoxicants and gambling and hinder you from the remembrance of Allah and from prayer, will ye not then abstain? (5:90)

The idea of integrating mental health with other aspects of life can guide you in your proposed and desired change. Try to keep your faith, believes, knowledge, hard work and trust in God to become a better person, balanced, rich and healthy in all aspects of life. In Sura #53 Al-Najim , Ayat # 39-42 ,Allah (swt) says ” That man can have nothing but what he strives for; that (the fruit of) his striving will soon come in sight; then will he be rewarded with a reward complete; that to thy lord is the final goal.”

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First of all; I would like to clearly state that only Allah (swt) knows the Future! Also Prophecies by Qur’an and by our beloved prophet Muhammad (pbuh) is also different than premonitions. 

Do you think you have had a premonition (disambiguation) before? How can someone know something is about to happen even before it does? Do you see premonistic Dreams? Are you a Premonist? Could it be an event that is paranormal or maybe it is just feelings that we get if things are not exactly right? Premonitions are not believed in by scientists. They only believe in things that they can prove to be facts. They know that there have been reports of people that have had knowledge of events or have had feelings about things prior to it occurring.

What is Premonition?

In parapsychology, precognition (from the Latin præ-, “before,” + cognitio, “acquiring knowledge”), also called future sight, and second sight, is a type of extrasensory perception that would involve the acquisition or effect of future information that cannot be deduced from presently available and normally acquired sense-based information or laws of physics and/or nature.

Is It Possible To See the Future?

The people that have had premonitions have said that they are not a pleasant experience. They get overwhelming feelings of fear or uneasiness in regards to what they believe is going to happen. While they have had a premonition they do not know exactly what will happen, only that it will not be good.

People do not realize how common it is to have a premonition. The subject of a premonition is almost always someone or something that has direct impact on you. They show up in a variety of ways. Dreams and feelings are some of them. Some call it a sixth sense.

The premonitions that are seen or felt are often surrounding a death, a murder, a plane crash, a robbery, or an accident. The incident happens, typically, within a few hours of the premonition. Dreams can cause a very negative emotional mark on a person that has a premonition. They are not able to communicate the level of dread that overcomes their emotions.

Then there are dreams that we have no doubt about the meaning. They are clear and the dreamer sees something happening to a family member or someone close. This can be a very upsetting dream and often people will try to block it from their minds. They may succeed for a while until the dream comes true.

Is it possible that premonitions come from beyond this world? The premonition is a feeling or something you see as in a dream. It is fueled by apprehension of something that is about to happen but we do not know what. Premonitions are sense oriented.

Could it be that things are happening in another dimension and we are seeing it in a premonition? It could be that when we go to sleep we are actually seeing the things that are happening in the other dimension. The theory of astral projection may just fit with this explanation.

Is it so far fetched to believe this could be happening? There are many who have been ridiculed before for believing in something that at the time seemed impossible. How many people do you think actually believed that man could go to the moon? Had this been discussed in certain times, people would have believed the person who thought this was possible had lost their mind.

How Do You Explain These Premonitions?

Should things be automatically dismissed because they simply do not fit within the way that we think? There have been many different recordings of premonitions in history. Abraham Lincoln actually had a premonition about himself dying. Only ten days prior to dying he had a dream that he was mourning with people in the East Wing in the White House. He turned to a solider to ask who had died and the soldier said it was the president.

Does the book Futility that was written in 1898 sound familiar to you? Maybe the Wreck of the Titan? It was written fourteen years before the Titanic was sunk. It tells a story about the Titan, a ship that sank in the North Atlantic. The ship was sunk by an ice berg, there were not enough life boats to go around, it had three propellers, and the Titanic was the exact same size. All of these things are much like the Titanic right down to the names of the boats.

Morgan Robertson wrote this book. How did it come about that the shipwreck so closely resembled one that would happen 14 years later? Regardless of what you call them, premonitions or visions, there seems to be similarities that the book shares with the actual sinking of the Titanic. Did the author of this book see the story told in a premonition and feel compelled to write the book?

We may never know. The mysteries of the mind and the universe unfold when they are ready. There is no way to know what might be ‘shown’ to a person at a particular time.

Opposite Arguments

They don’t believe that it’s possible to know the future. There are billions of people on this planet who have dreams or have some uncomfortable feeling that a particular event is going to take place and they may become fixated on it. It stands to reason that a few of these events will happen in real life just due to the statistics involved. Those are the ones that sometimes are made public and alot of interest is generated by them. However, the 99% or whatever the figure might be, of so called premonitions that don’t come true are quickly forgotten. It’s just human psychology, premonitions are not supernatural glimpses into the future.

Dear Reader;

Have you had premonitions of future events that actually came true? But when you told people about it after if happened, no one believed you? Well, now you can have proof! Just tell us your premonition or prediction below and it will be recorded with the date. Now no one can dispute your visions of the future.
HAVE YOU EVER EXPERIENCED PRECOGNITION? IF SO, WHAT DO YOU THINK IT IS? I WOULD LOVE TO HEAR YOUR STORY.

Spells reversal with the help of Quran

This is another easy amal for reversing spells such as spells for blocking marriage proposals, prosperity of business, chances of getting good jobs, straining relationships and breaking them, creating hurdles in the life of the victim, etc.
It is advisable to go through my previous posts about spell reversal before doing this amal. Since this amal requires discipline and spiritual strength. Hence, it should be done one one’s own responsibility.

Hisar is essential before starting the amal. (Its has been mentioned in my previous posts).
After reading any durud shareef which you know for 11 times read this prayer

We Alqayna Beynehumul Adawata Wal Bagda Wa Ilayhi Yawmal Qiyamah

and in the end repeat the darood shareef 11 times.
The more the number of times you read this special prayer, the more will be the reversal of the black magic.
This amal can be started at any convenient time.
1 The following symptoms prove that the magic spell has been reversed:
2 The heart beat will get back to normal.
3 The mind becomes peaceful.
4 The feeling of burden on the mind and the heart will cease.
Any kind of disfiguring or discoloring of the face will get cured.

 

I am disclosing an easy dua which can be used to reverse black magic spell which is not too powerful. This prayer can be used to quell those magicians who do not possess expert devils. It can reverse black magic spells cast by such less powerful magicians for causing illness, panic attacks and headaches on the victim.

before and after recite 11 time darood (salawat)
and read this verse


Hasbu nallahu wa ni’mal wakeel (at least 100 times daily)

You can decide the number of times that you would like to read this prayer. It should be kept in mind that the more it is read, the more is the black magic reversed.
After doing the amal one should pray to Allah and request him humbly to send back the magic towards the person who has send it towards us.
As a precautionary one should do a hisar before starting the amal for protection. This is because when the black magic is reversed, the devils of the magician make attempts to stop the victim from completing the amal. The following symptoms may be noticed if the magician’s devils do come to fight:
One can hear sounds of someone running about on the terrace of the room in which the amal is being done.
Dark shadows are seen which keep changing into different forms.
A white apparition appears before the victim, which is similar to the smoke emanating from an incense stick.
Something seems to be rotating behind the victim’s back.

If the black magic is successfully reversed, then the following signs can be seen:

If the victim’s face has darkened under the influence of black magic, it may retain its sheen.
If there was pain in the body, then one may get relieved of it.
Backaches disappear.
A stiff neck problem may also get over.

 

 

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