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#RamadanTips – Episode 4: Remembrance of Allah

Alhumdulillah, you started being consistent with salah and trying your best to tick Tahajjud off your list. However, something is missing. It’s the dhikr of Allah SWT!

“Those who believe, and whose hearts find rest in the remembrance of Allah, Verily, in the remembrance of Allah do hearts find rest.” ~ Quran 13:28

Dhikr removes the rust from your heart and purifies the soul. It works like a shield around you and protects you from any harm.

Ibn Taymiyah said, ‘Remembrance is to the heart what water is to fish. What happens to the fish that leaves the water?’

✨ Start your daybreak with dhikr. After finishing Fajr prayer, before you start the hustle, take ten mins and sit down to make dhikr. And as the day ends with Maghrib, sit down and express your gratitude to The Most High!

Here are five athkar for you to start from Al Wird Al Latif. Start with the simple ones which are easy on your tongue. Download the full athkar here.

✨ Sūrat al‐Ikhlāṣ (Purity of Faith) – Qul Huwa Allāhu aḥad. 2 Allāhu al-Ṣamad. 3 Lam yalid wa lam yūlad. 4Wa lam yakun lahu kufuwan aḥad. (3x)

✨ Sūrat al‐Falaq (Daybreak) – Qul aʿūdhu bi rabb il-falaq. 2Min sharri mā khalaq. 3Wa min sharri ghāsiqin idhā waqab. 4Wa min sharri il-naffathāti fil ʿuqad. 5Wa min sharri ḥāsidin idhā ḥasad. (3x)

✨ Sūrat al‐Nās (People) – Qul aʿūdhu bi rabb il-nās. 2Malik il-nās. 3 Ilāh il-nās. Min sharri alwaswās al-khannās. 4 Al-ladhī yuwaswisu fī ṣudūr al-nās. 5Min aljinnati wa al-nās. (3x)

✨ Aʿūdhu bikalimāt Illāhi al-tāmmāti min sharri mā khalaq. (3x) I seek refuge in the complete words of Allah from the evil in what He has created.

✨ Raḍītu billāhi Rabba, wa bil Islāmi dīnā, wa bi Sayyidinā Muḥammadin ṣallā Allāhu ʿalayhi wa ālihi wa sallama nabīyyan wa rasūlā. (3x) I am content with Allah as Lord, with Islam as religion, and with our master Muhammad (Allah’s peace and mercy be upon him) as Prophet and Messenger.

May Allah SWT accept your supplications and ease every hurdle for you … Ameen!

Remembrance of Allah - Ramadan Tips