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Rohani Ilaj

The heart is the most precious gift that Allah (Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala) has granted us, and it is in the heart that the memory of Allah (Soubhanahou Wa Ta’ala) resides. rohani ilaj The sorrows and worries of life are aimed at bringing us closer to Allah (Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala) and purifying us from our sins. The difficulties make us realize how weak and fragile we are and how dependent we are on Allah (Soubhanhou Wa Ta’ala) on our destiny.

Here are many ways that can help to de-stress and help a shaken heart find peace:

1: Pray

Prayer is the ultimate source of peace. When you pray, you admit that you can solve your problems alone because you are weak, fragile and you can collapse easily.

You entrust your faith to a Superior, Constant, Timeless, and Divine Authority – The Source.

Prolong your sajdah (Prostration).

When you bow down and submit to the One God (Ilah), you surrender to the Source, Who was waiting for your return. In this abandonment, the heart heals from these evils. Only the love of Allah (Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala) survives for which the heart is destined.

2: Recite the Quran

Rohani ilaj The Quran is a reminder. The verses of the Koran are miraculous. Reciting, or even just listening to the Qur’an is beneficial. The Quran regenerates the bond between our soul and Allah (Soubhanahu Wa Ta’ala), brings us closer to Allah and helps us to be at peace with Him. The Qur’an is about al-insane (the Man) and the literal meaning of the word “insane” is the one who forgets. The Quran was sent to serve as a reminder to our carefree souls.

Allah (Suwanahu Wa Ta’ala) says in the Quran:

“And yet We had brought to them a scripture that We had detailed in full knowledge, as a guide and blessing to the believers. [Surah of the Walls (Al-A’raf), 7: 52]

 Allah (Sukhanahu Wa Ta’ala) also says in the Quran:

“O, Men! And there came to you a call from your Lord, which is at once a remedy for the evil that eats away hearts, a guide and a mercy for the faithful. “[Surah of Jonah (Yunus), 10:57]

3: Meditate on the meaning of the tests

The difficulties and trials we face have a reason. We are not the only ones in this world to be afflicted by this or that affliction.

Others, before us, have also been tested by similar tests, see much more difficult. Those who have remained steadfast on the teachings of Allah (Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala), even during difficult times, will be rewarded: Allah (Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala) promises them in reward Paradise, a place of bliss where believers Will live forever.

rohani ilaj “Do you hope to reach Paradise without having been tested as those who have preceded you? They have experienced misfortunes and calamities; They were shaken by adversity to the point that their Prophet and those who followed him came to ask, “When is the Lord’s help?” True, the help of God is always near! [Surah of the Cow (Al-Baqara), 2: 214}

4: Have Faith in The Source

Producer Muslims must really engrave the following reality in their minds: we are not eternal. Similarly, good and bad times are only temporary. Everything has an end. All things in this world remain there only a definite time. There is hope! The difficulties and pains we face are also temporary; And after the difficulty comes to the ease. Have faith in Him. Indeed, it is in the remembrance of Allah that the heart is calm.

Allah (Suwanahu Wa Ta’ala) says in the Quran:

  “Every difficult situation is accompanied by an easy situation” [Surah of the Blossoming (Ash-Shahr), 94: 6]

According to Abu Yahya Suhail Ibn Sinan, the Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) said:

“How astonishing is the fate of the believer! Everything that happens to him is beneficial. And that belongs only to the believer. Indeed, if happiness happens to him, he thinks, God and this is good for him. And if misfortune strikes him, he is patient and it is good for him. “[Muslim]

The via coolant scrolled between two states of mind: fair sabar (patience) days the affliction and should (gratitude) days fewer bonus moments. The believer/believer is always optimistic and knows how to accept the decrees of Allah (Soubhanahu Wa Ta’ala), so he/she adapts his state of mind in this cycle. Allaah knows that our Nafs turn away from His memory, but the true test is to anchor in our minds that He is closer to us than all these temporary distractions. He is closer to us than our Nafs. Once we have understood this and committed ourselves to it, we will not resort to what is temporary, deceptive and out of reach. We will rather cling to Him who is near and who has no end, insha’Allah!

5: Make Invocations

Whenever you encounter a difficulty recite this invocation (Du’a):

“Hasbounallaahu was ni ‘Amal-wakeel. “

Translation: “Allah is enough for us and He is our best guarantor” [Bukhari, book 5, chapter 172]

6: Make a Sadaqah / Alms (Rohani Ilaj)

Making claims is an act that relieves the person in moments of affliction. Sadaqah does not necessarily mean giving money; You can also, for example, give your personal or offer clothes to the needy.

By helping others, this will put your heart at rest and soothe your conscience.

7: Attend Halaqas / integrate a group of learned Muslims

Social relations are very important, especially for human beings.

This is why it is necessary that the productive Muslim frequents productive assemblies, especially when his image (faith) is put to the test. Frequenting a productive gathering of educated Muslims can really help a person to have an overall view of the situation and see things differently.

8: Listen to translations of the Koran and the Tafsirs

The recitation of the Koran marks the hearts of believers. The Qur’an revives the faith of the believer and heals the wounded.

9: Talk to Allah (Soubhanahu was Ta’ala) About Your Business During Prayer

In difficult times, we must remember that everything comes from Allah (Soubhanahu Wa Ta’ala). He is the One who sends trials, so He is also the One who holds the solution to our problems. Pray as if you were talking directly with Him.

The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said:

“Summon Allah while being sure to obtain the answer and know that Allah does not hear the invocation of a distracted heart.

10: Be optimistic!

Allah (Suwanahu Wa Ta’ala) says in the Quran:

“Did He not find you poor?” Then He enriched you. [Surah of the Clarity of the Morning (Ad-Duha), 93: 8]

Take a moment and meditate on the fact that all the difficulties of this world are only temporary and are nothing compared to the eternal life in Paradise where everything remains forever. Life in the Hereafter cannot be compared to life in this world (Dounia). Live for al-Akhira! If you pass through trials with tenacity, perseverance, and patience, you will succeed. Indeed, these difficult moments will come to an end. And surely, Allah (Soubhanahu Wa Ta’ala) is with the patients.