Every ounce of squandered energy depletes your inner power. Why waste time and effort doing things inefficiently and redundantly? Control what you can so you may concentrate your energies and mental energy on the things you can't. Take a notepad with you. Divide your everyday duties into two categories: repetitive and thinking. Then, for the repetitious jobs, build processes and routines. You'll be ecstatic with the extra time and mental space you've gained.
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How do you awaken your spirituality?
Be aware of and deliberate about what you believe. Recognize the energy you're putting out into not simply your world, but the globe at large. Also, be truthful. Are your beliefs assisting you in your spiritual development? A spiritual awakening frequently necessitates the renunciation of long-held beliefs. But here's the thing about waking up: you have to realize you've been asleep first.
How do I purify my soul?
You may have a flaw in your life that pricks your conscience on a regular basis, whether you are aware of it or not. Such torment has psychological ramifications. By retreating inward, one can avoid seeing a psychiatrist. Gandhiji insisted on a reform “more from inside than from beyond” when discussing self-purification. A perfect body with a rotten spirit serves no use on this planet or in the afterlife. So, are sacrifice and penance the purifiers of the soul? Let's check what the Bible says.
The Atharva Veda (Kanda Seven) recommends four methods for soul purification. The first is meditation, which involves bringing the senses, mind, and reason under control. By withdrawing your senses from sense objects, you practice yoga, which Lord Krishna emphasizes in The Bhagvadgita (VI/12) as a means of'self-purification.' The second step is to always be honest in your thoughts, words, and actions. Being truthful instills confidence and courage in your soul, allowing you to wield trust at your workplace and in your daily life. The power of truth is the power of the soul.
How do I feed my spirit?
6 Things You Should Do to Keep Your Soul Satisfied
- It's time to talk about it. You may have been taught to say a prayer before eating, sleeping, fighting, or anything else.
How do you recognize a spiritual person?
The first evidence of a spiritual person is their lack of fear. When you have a fear or a chronic worry, that fear takes over your life and you are unable to be in the present moment. Fear of public speaking, fear of heights, and fear of bugs are the three most common fears among Americans. Many people, however, are terrified of death, rejection, loneliness, failure, illness, or making poor judgments. Spiritual people understand how to yield to forces beyond their control. In this way, they are similar to children in that they know how to ignore their minds and live fearlessly.
How do I start my spiritual journey?
The spiritual journeyand the resulting “spiritual awakening” we seekalways appears to take place in some exotic location or following a spectacular incident.
Perhaps you believe you need to travel to Peru to drink ayahuasca or leave your spouse to get the spiritual awakening you seek?
From the comfort of your own home, you may connect with your spirituality and awaken to the lessons that are meant for you over and over again throughout your life.
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How do I cleanse my heart?
“…My slave approaches Me with nothing more precious to Me than what I have made necessary upon him…” Allah loves it when we prioritize the deeds that He requires of us.
“Which deed is dearest to Allah?” the Prophet was asked. “To offer the prayers at their early indicated regular times,” it was said (Sahih Bukhari).
Read the Holy Quran with Understanding.
Allah's word to humanity is the Quran. It was provided to help us find our way and heal our hearts. “Indeed, We have sent it down as an Arabic Quran, in order that you may understand,” it was delivered to be pondered (Quran 12:2).
Recite the “dearest phrases to Allah.
“The dearest sentences to Allah are four,” the Messenger of Allah (saws) stated. Allahu Akbar, Subhan Allah, Al-Hamdulillah, La ilaha illa-Allah, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allah (Allah is Greater). It makes no difference which one you start with (while remembering Allah). (Muslim Sahih)
Call on Allah by His Beautiful Names
“And Allah owns the Most Beautiful Names, therefore invoke Him by them” (Quran 7:180). For example, you could say, Ya Rahman (The Most Compassionate), have compassion on me; Ya Ghaffar (The Forgiving), forgive me, and so on.
Seek Allah's forgiveness by saying “Astaghfirullah (I seek Allah's forgiveness)
“Sometimes I sense a veil over my heart, and I supplicate Allah for pardon a hundred times in a day,” the Prophet Muhammad ( ) taught that asking Allah's forgiveness cleanses the heart.
“A dark mark appears on the believer's heart when he commits a sin.” His heart will be polished if he repents and abandons the sin and seeks forgiveness, but if he continues to sin, the blackness will grow. That is the covering mentioned by Allah in his Book: “Nay, but a covering is over their minds because of what they have earned.”
Make dua (supplication) to Allah for all of your needs.
Then He( )recited (verse 40:60), “And Your Lord said: “Call upon me, and I will respond to you.”
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“When one of you prays, let him begin by praising Allah, then send blessings on the Prophet, and then ask whatever he wants after that.” After that, another guy prayed, praising Allah and sending blessings onto the Prophet. “Ask, O worshipper, and you will be answered,” the Prophet stated.
Send Salawat (peace and blessings) upon the Prophet( )
“Allah and His angels bestow blessings on the Prophet: “O you who believe!” say Allah and His angels. Sending you my best wishes for him, and saluting him with all due respect” (Quran 33:56).
“Allahumma Salli Ala Sayyidinaa Muhammad” or “Allahumma Salli Ala Nabiyunna Muhammad” (Oh Allah, please bless our master/ prophet Muhammad) is a simple approach to gain benefits, elevate your spiritual station, and grow closer to your Lord. This act of worship does not necessitate the use of Wudu.
“Says the Prophet,” he stated “Whoever bestows benefits on me once would receive tenfold blessings from Allah, erasing ten sins and elevating him ten degrees in rank.”
Think Positive Thoughts About Allah
Keep in mind His Mercy, Assistance, Wisdom, Love, and Goodness. Remember Hadith Qudsi's words: “I am to my servant as he expects of Me.” When he recalls Me, I am with him. If he remembers Me in his heart, I remember him to myself, and if he remembers me in an assembly, I mention him in an assembly better than his, and if he draws nearer to Me by a hand's span, I draw nearer to him by an arm's length, and if he draws nearer to Me by an arm's length, I draw nearer to him by a fathom's length, and if he comes to me walking, I rush
Express gratitude to Allah for His blessings upon you.
Every night, make a list of three things for which you are grateful to Allah. You can also recall the highlight of your day. Counting your blessings is as simple as focussing your mind on what went good in your day.
Remembering Allah is linked to being grateful to Him: “Keep in mind who I am, and I will keep in mind who you are. “Be grateful to Me and do not refuse Me.” (2:152 in the Quran)
A grateful heart, according to Allah, is purified: “Allah does not desire to put you through suffering. Rather, He desires to purify you, to fulfill His benefits upon you, and to allow you to be grateful.” 5:6 (Quran)