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    well basicall y i have been having these reaaly evil thoughts latley. that f practisied, and dying on that practise, i will end up in hell.
    i know they are from satan, and i know i must stop them, and by doing that adhering to the quran and sunnah.
    my question is how do i reverse my thinking. and when i do inshallah, how do i be consistant in this
    im the type of person that the more i think about something, the more it dosn't worry me. and i dont want that to happen. so yeah, suggestions...
    jazakallahu khair.
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    Re: evil thoughts

    salams bro/sis

    one of the companions told the prophet "what do i do about thoughts that occur to me that the sky would drop if it was revealed to it", basically the prophet advised him to make isti'3atahh (say a'3uthu bilah)

    and focus your attention on something else.. it happens to me too sometimes, i try dodge it by saying a'uthu bilahi minasahytanirajeem... or 'astaghfirullah' and focusing my attention on something else..

    As long as they are thoughts that coem across without your will, Allah doesn't burden a soul beyond its capacity, as long as you don't dwell on them or happily accept them.

    Take caer all the best!
    salamz

    ps: doing thikr whenever you're free helps alot too.. keep ur tongue soft with the thikr of Allah.
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    Disturbed by waswaas (whispers from the Shaytaan) and evil thoughts

    Question:
    When I do Salah or intend to do good deeds I often get very
    evil thoughts in my mind. When I concentrate in Salah, and try to focus on the meaning of the words, evil thoughts enter my mind, which make evil suggestions about everything including Allah. I feel very frustrated and angry about this. I know that none forgives sins except Allah alone, but because of my thoughts I feel that there is nothing worse than to have evil thoughts about Allah. After Salah I ask Allah's forgiveness, but feel very bad because I want to stop these evil thoughts, but I can't stop them. These thoughts spoil my enjoyment of Salah, and also make me feel as though I am doomed. Please advise me.

    Answer:
    Praise be to Allaah. Evil whispers during prayer and at other times come from the Shaytaan, who is keen to misguide the Muslim and deprive him of good and keep it far away from him. One of the Sahaabah complained to the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) about waswaas during prayer, and he said: “The Shaytaan comes between me and my prayers and my recitation, confusing me therein.” The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “That is a devil called Khanzab. If he affects you seek refuge in Allah from him and spit drily to your left three times.” He [the Sahaabi] said, I did that and Allaah took him away from me.
    (Narrated by Muslim, 2203)
    Proper focus (khushoo’) is the essence of prayer. Prayer without proper focus is like a body without a soul. The following are two of the things that help one to develop the proper focus:
    1 – Striving to think about what you are saying and doing, pondering the meanings of the Qur’aan, dhikr and du’aa’s that you are reciting; bearing in mind that you are conversing with Allaah as if you can see Him. For when the worshipper stands to pray, he is speaking to his Lord, and ihsaan means worshipping Allaah as if you are seeing Him, and knowing that even though you cannot see Him, He sees you. Every time a person experiences the sweetness of prayer, he will be more inclined to do it. [?]. This depends of the strength of one's faith – and there are many means of strengthening one’s faith. Hence the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said, “Of the things of your world, women and perfume have been made dear to me, and my joy is in prayer.” According to another hadeeth he said, “Let us relax, O Bilal, with prayer,” and he did not say, Give us a break from it.
    2 – Striving to ward off the things that may distract you during prayer, namely thinking about things that are irrelevant or distracting. Waswaas affects each person differently, because waswaas has to do with a person’s level of doubts and desires and the degree to which a person is attached to other things or is fearing other things.
    (From Majmoo’ Fataawa Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyah, 22/605)
    With regard to what you say about the waswaas reaching such a great level that you have begun to experience waswaas that makes you think about Allaah in ways that are not appropriate, these are evil whispers from the Shaytaan. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):
    “And if an evil whisper from Shaytaan (Satan) tries to turn you away (O Muhammad) (from doing good), then seek refuge in Allaah. Verily, He is the All‑Hearer, the All‑Knower”
    [Fussilat 41:36]
    Some of the Sahaabah complained about the waswaas that was bothering [?] them. Some of the companions of the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) came to the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) and said to him, ‘We find in ourselves thoughts that are too terrible to speak of.’ He said, ‘Are you really having such thoughts?’ They said, ‘Yes.’ He said, ‘That is a clear sign of faith.’” (Narrated by Muslim). (Narrated by Muslim, 132 from the hadeeth of Abu Hurayrah).
    Al-Nawawi said in his commentary on this hadeeth: “The Prophet’s words, ‘That is a clear sign of faith’ means, the fact that think of this waswaas as something terrible is a clear sign of faith, for if you dare not utter it and you are so afraid of it and of speaking of it, let alone believing it, this is the sign of one who has achieved perfect faith and who is free of doubt.”
    And it was said that what it means is that the Shaytaan only whispers to those whom he despairs of tempting, because he is unable to tempt them. As for the kaafir, he can approach him in any manner he wants and is not restricted to waswaas, rather he can play with him however he wants. Based on this, what the hadeeth means is that the cause of waswaas is pure faith, or that waswaas is a sign of pure faith. See also question no. 12315
    The fact that you hate that and your heart recoils from it is a clear sign of faith. Waswaas happens to everyone who turns to Allaah by reciting dhikr etc. It is inevitable, but you have to be steadfast and patient, and persevere with your dhikr and prayer, and not give up, because in this way you will ward off the plot of the Shaytaan. “Ever feeble indeed is the plot of Shaytaan” [al-Nisa’ 4:76 – interpretation of the meaning]. Every time a person wants to turn to Allaah, waswaas brings other matters to mind. The Shaytaan is like a bandit: every time a person wants to move towards Allaah, he wants to block the way. Hence when it was said to one of the salaf that the Jews and Christians say, “We do not experience waswaas,” he said, “They are speaking the truth, for what would the Shaytaan do with a house in ruins?”
    (From Fataawa Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyah, 22/608).
    The remedy:
    1 – If you feel that you are being affected by this waswaas, say, “Aamantu Billaahi wa Rasoolihi (I believe in Allaah and His Messenger).” It was narrated from ‘Aa’ishah that the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “The Shaytaan comes to one of you and says, ‘Who created you?’ And he says ‘Allaah.’ Then the Shaytaan says, ‘Who created Allaah?’ If that happens to any one of you, let him say, Aamantu Billaahi wa Rusulihi (I believe in Allaah and His Messenger). Then that will go away from him.”
    (Narrated by Ahmad, 25671; classed as hasan by al-Albaani in al-Saheehah, 116).
    2 – Try to stop thinking about that as much as possible, and keep busy with things that will distract you from it.
    Finally we advise you to keep on turning to Allaah in all situations, and to ask Him for help, and to beseech Him, and to ask Him to make you steadfast until death, and to cause you to die doing righteous deeds… And Allaah knows best.

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    If you are having thoughts of doing something bad and they make you anxious, you may have an anxiety disorder. With some anxiety disorders, one fears they will do harm.
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    well basicall y i have been having these reaaly evil thoughts latley. that f practisied, and dying on that practise, i will end up in hell.
    i know they are from satan, and i know i must stop them, and by doing that adhering to the quran and sunnah.
    my question is how do i reverse my thinking. and when i do inshallah, how do i be consistant in this
    im the type of person that the more i think about something, the more it dosn't worry me. and i dont want that to happen. so yeah, suggestions...
    jazakallahu khair.

    we all have evil thoughts (altho some wose than others)

    it depends what you mean

    ask allah for help and forgivness he is the one who forgives

    and he is the ruler the king

    Maa salaam a
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    Re: evil thoughts

    Subhnallah
    Alhamduallah someone has finally made a thread on Evil thoughts cause at times things comes popping in my head and i just wanted to know how to avoid such thoughts.

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    Re: evil thoughts



    This is from another post, so some things might not relate to you. But its referring to the waswasa (satanic whispers) so it might be of some help insha'Allaah.



    jazak Allaah khayr for explaining your situation, because the cure to ignorance is asking, as our beloved Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him and his beloved family) said.



    I just want you to know that what you are experiencing now is quite common to happen to the believer (the mu'min) and it is a sign of faith. In islam, its called waswasa (the whisperings of satan) and it is one of the ways shaytan will try to put someone off the right path.


    Its also important to remember that one of the main reasons you feel weak is because you believe in Allaah, but you don't have any evidence in your mind to prove those satanic thoughts wrong. And the only cure to that is by reading more and more from the Qur'an and Sunnah to clear the misconceptions that satan puts in your mind. This way, the more evidence you have - the more stronger a believer you will become insha'Allaah, and the more evidence you will have to drive away them satanic thoughts insha'Allaah.



    We advise you not to pay any attention to these whispers, and to ignore them, and to do the opposite of what they are calling you to do. For these whispers (waswaas) come from the Shaytaan to cause grief to those who believe. The best way to deal with them is to remember Allaah a great deal (dhikr), to seek refuge with Allaah from the accursed Shaytaan [by saying: a`udhu billahi mina ash-shaytani ar-rajim; I seek refuge and protection in Allah from Satan, the accursed).], to keep away from sins and wrong actions which are the means by which Iblees gains control over the sons of Adam. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):


    “Verily, he [the Shaytaan] has no power over those who believe and put their trust only in their Lord (Allaah)”

    [al-Nahl 16:99]

    It is worth quoting here what Ibn Hajar al-Haythami (may Allaah have mercy on him) said about dealing with waswasah in his book al-Fataawa al-Fiqhiyyah al-Kubra, 1/149. This is what he said:

    “He was asked about the problem of waswasah (insinuating whispers from the Shaytaan), and whether there is a remedy for it.

    He replied by saying that there is an effective remedy for it, which is to ignore them completely, no matter how frequently they may come to mind. When these whispers are ignored, they do not become established, rather they go away after a short time, as many people have experienced. But for those who pay attention to them and act upon them, they increase until they make him like one who is insane or even worse, as we see among many of those who have suffered from them and paid attention to them and to the devil whose task it is to insinuate these whispers, whom the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) warned us against when he said, “Beware the whispers with regard to water (i.e., wudoo’) which is caused by a devil called al-Walhaan” – because that causes a person to go to extremes with regard to doing wudoo’, as was explained in Sharh Mishkaat al-Anwaar.


    In al-Saheehayn there is a report which supports what has been mentioned above, which is that whoever suffers from waswaas should seek refuge with Allaah and turn away from the waswaas. So think about this effective remedy which was taught by the one who does not speak of his own whims and desires to his ummah, and understand that whoever is deprived of this is deprived of all goodness, because waswasah comes from the Shaytaan, according to scholarly consensus, and the accursed one (the Shaytaan) has no other desire than to make the believers go astray, make them confused, make their life a misery, cause them distress to the extent that they leave Islam without realizing it.


    “Surely, Shaytaan (Satan) is an enemy to you, so take (treat) him as an enemy”

    [Faatir 35:6 – interpretation of the meaning]


    According to another hadeeth, the one who suffers from waswasah should say, “Aamantu Billaahi wa bi rusulihi (I believe in Allaah and in His Messengers).” Undoubtedly, whoever thinks of the paths of the Messengers of Allaah, especially our Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) will find that his path and his law is easy and clear, with no hardship in it.


    “… and has not laid upon you in religion any hardship”

    [al-Hajj 22:78 – interpretation of the meaning]




    Whoever ponders this and believes in it sincerely, the problem of waswasah and listening to the Shaytaan will go away. In the book of Ibn al-Sunni it is narrated via ‘Aa’ishah (may Allaah be pleased with her), “Whoever suffers from this waswaas, let him say ‘Aamantu Billaahi wa bi rusulihi (I believe in Allaah and in His Messengers)’, three times, and it will go away from him.”

    Al-‘Izz ibn ‘Abd al-Salaam and others mentioned something similar to the above. They said: the treatment for waswasah is to believe that this is an idea from the Shaytaan and that Iblees is the one who is bringing these thoughts to his mind, and he should strive to fight him. Then he will have the reward of the mujaahid, because he is fighting the enemy of Allaah. If he does that, then the Shaytaan will flee from him. This is what mankind has been tested with from the beginning of time, and Allaah has given him (Iblees) some power over man as a test for him, so that Allaah may show the truth to be true and falsehood to be false, even though the disbelievers may hate that.


    In Muslim, hadeeth no. 2203, it is narrated that ‘Uthmaan ibn Abi’l-‘Aas said: “The Shaytaan was interfering with my prayer and recitation of Qur’aan. He [the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) ] said: ‘That is a devil called Khanzab, so seek refuge with Allaah from him and spit drily to your left three times.’ I did that, and Allaah took him away from me.”

    This hadeeth proves the point we are making, which is that waswasah can only overpower the one who is ignorant and confused and does not know what’s what. But the one who has knowledge and understanding will the Sunnah and keep away from bid’ah. The worst of the innovators are those who follow waswaas, hence Maalik (may Allaah have mercy on him) narrated that his shaykh al-Rabee’ – who was the imam of the people of his time – was the fastest of the people in relieving himself and doing wudoo’.


    Ibn Hurmuz used to be slow in relieving himself and in doing wudoo’, and he used to say “I have a problem, do not follow my example.”


    Al-Nawawi (may Allaah have mercy on him) said that one of the scholars thought it was mustahabb for the one who was affected by waswasah with regard to his wudoo or prayer to say Laa ilaaha ill-Allaah, for when the Shaytaan hears dhikr (remembrance of Allaah) he slinks away, and Laa ilaaha ill-Allaah is the best of dhikr, and the most effective remedy for warding off waswasah is to remember Allaah a great deal.

    We ask Allaah to take away the waswasah that you are suffering and to increase us and you in faith, righteousness and piety. Ameen.

    And Allaah knows best.


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    http://63.175.194.25/index.php?ln=eng&ds=qa&QR=62839


    I strongly encourage you to read the following threads too:

    Soul Selling
    http://www.islamicboard.com/cyber-co...l-selling.html

    http://www.islamicboard.com/cyber-co...8-did-you.html


    Satanic Whispers: Meaning & Remedy
    http://www.islamonline.net/servlet/S...=1119503544296



    You may feel afraid that you're sinful for this act, even though its not your fault. But alhamdulillah (praise be to Allaah Almighty) - our beloved Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said:


    “Allaah has forgiven for my ummah that which is whispered to them and which crosses their minds, so long as they do not act upon it or speak of it.”

    (Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 6664; Muslim, 127)



    Allaah Almighty says in the Qur'an:

    We send down (stage by stage) in the Qur'an that which is a healing and a mercy to those who believe: to the unjust it causes nothing but loss after loss. (17:82)


    So listening and reciting to the Qur'an (especially surah falaq (113) and surah nas (114)) may help insha'Allaah:

    http://quran.jalisi.com (beautiful Qur'an recitations - Sa'ad al ghamdi)

    http://www.sabbir.com/DownloadHalal.html (Qur'an - english and arabic audio)


    All of them are authentic and enjoyable masha'Allaah, and it may make it easier to get a deeper understanding of islam so you can beat those evil thoughts because the cure to ignorance is knowledge.





    Allaahu ta'aala a'lam. (Allaah Almighty knows best.)


    If you got any questions, please do ask insha'Allaah. jazak Allaah khayr.








    I think you should check this link out also insha'Allaah:

    http://www.islamicboard.com/cyber-co...need-help.html



    When a person has faith, then shaytan will keep whispering to the person to try to distract them from the siraat-ul mustaqeem (the straight path) . So keep remembering Allaah, and keep praising Allaah (i.e. subhan Allaah, alhamdulillah, Allaahu akbar, La illaah illallaah etc.)


    Whenever you pray 5 daily prayers, then concentrate on what you say, because within surah fatiha - you recite 'ikhdinas-siraat-al mustaqeem' (guide us to the straight path.) - and if you're sincere in this, Allaah Almighty will keep you on the straight path insha'Allaah, because you pray this surah about 17times a day [minimum] (when you pray your 5 daily salaah/prayers.)


    If you remember Allaah Almighty at times of ease, Allaah will remember you at times of hardship insha'Allaah.


    We will keep you in our dua's insha'Allaah.


    Also check:

    http://makedua.com



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    Re: evil thoughts

    format_quote Originally Posted by Quruxbadaan View Post
    we all have evil thoughts (altho some wose than others)

    it depends what you mean

    ask allah for help and forgivness he is the one who forgives

    and he is the ruler the king

    Maa salaam a


    this ismy problem, everytime i ask allah of something, even in prayer, satan whispes to me: you are worshpping so and so... etc etc. so that sometimes makes me not ask of allah, or i am abit hesidant to. which I dont like doing, because if i dont ask of allah, who am i gonna ask?? get my drift.
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    Re: evil thoughts

    Bro, try to understand what your saying in salaah. Comprehend what your saying in salaah... perhaps this will help you focus more... and recite out loud for fard part of the salaah.. (first 2 rakaah of fajr maghrib and isha)

    if it still doesn't work... read Quran and Sunnah.... make sure you dont have any innovations in your worship.

    or simply read Surah Baqarah once every day for 3 days.... every month. This will prevent shataan from entering your house.

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    Aslam Malaikum Brothers and Sisters,
    I also suffered from same evil thoughts when this kind of thoughts coming in your mind keep calm and relaxed.Just observe those thoughts.Tell to yourself i will not and never think about such kind of thoughts.The better way is doing meditation it will help you to make awareness when you become aware such thoughts wont popup this is most affective way.In Meditation keep telling to yourself i wont and never will have such thoughts this all are foolish things. Moreover Pray to ALLAH the one who is the reall protector and ask dua in each and every prayer but dont forget you also have to put your efforts then ALLAH will reward you and also remove this evil thoughts.
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    Re: evil thoughts



    have a look at this thread, as somebody else also had problems similar to those of yours.

    http://www.islamicboard.com/cyber-co...tml#post377400

    May Allah Almighty help you .Ameen

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    Re: evil thoughts

    This is nothing uncommon or abnormal. So far everybody has given very good advice and I have no additional advice to offer.

    I just want to emphasise that this is something that is quite normal and if you follow the advice of what has been given above you will win and regain peace. There are many reasons why we humans have this happen to us. There can be libraries written about it. But, the simplist answer is the best. Life is a trial.

    Now a trial is to be faced not feared or hidden from. Follow what you were told, know you have the strength to over come it.
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    Re: evil thoughts

    brothers and sisters.
    jazakallahu khair for your advice.
    islam is the most beautiful thing. alhamdulilah. sometimes i dont realsie this until i hear the convosations of others and think about the way they live their lives. its abit scary that it could happen to you.

    also, what scares me is sometimes i feel relaxed about these thoughts. like for example, i may be in the middle of class and these thoughts attak me, but i dont defend myself as much as i shold. and thats what scares me, the fact that im not scared.

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    brothers and sisters again.
    quick questions inshallah.
    i just want to know how does one feel sad about their sins. for example someone may do a sin, and realise that they are doing it, but not feel bad about it. and even worse, is that when that person does feel bad they know htat they are going to fall into that sin again beause it is soo appernat in that persons society.
    get my drift.
    and also, some advice on how to feel spirtitually touched. for example when looking at the signs of alah, or reading the quran, one sometimes feels that they are not fully absorbng it. and really want to, and they really want their hearts to sough and absorb and then inshallah practise, or in a mtter of beief, believe what is being said
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    format_quote Originally Posted by anonymous View Post
    brothers and sisters again.
    quick questions inshallah.
    i just want to know how does one feel sad about their sins. for example someone may do a sin, and realise that they are doing it, but not feel bad about it. and even worse, is that when that person does feel bad they know htat they are going to fall into that sin again beause it is soo appernat in that persons society.
    get my drift.

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    and also, some advice on how to feel spirtitually touched. for example when looking at the signs of alah, or reading the quran, one sometimes feels that they are not fully absorbng it. and really want to, and they really want their hearts to sough and absorb and then inshallah practise, or in a mtter of beief, believe what is being said
    jazakallahu khair

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    I hope ur doing well inshaAllah. I just wanted to let u kno that i am suffering from the same problem as u and i just wanted to ask if ur still suffering from these whisperings? please get back to me because it would be nice for me to speak to someone who is in the same situation as me!

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    this ismy problem, everytime i ask allah of something, even in prayer, satan whispes to me: you are worshpping so and so... etc etc. so that sometimes makes me not ask of allah, or i am abit hesidant to. which I dont like doing, because if i dont ask of allah, who am i gonna ask?? get my drift.
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    Selam aleykum
    *Replace something that is bad with something that is better inshaAllah.

    *The Imam ibn al-Qayyim al-Jawziyyah (rahimahullaah) said:
    "Repel the (evil) thought, for if you don't it becomes an idea. So repel the idea, for if you don't it will become a desire. So fight against the desire, for if you don't it will become a determination and a passion. If you don't repel that, it will become an action. If you don't replace it with the opposite of this action, it will become a constant habit, and at that point it will be difficult to change."


    *Look up why that forbidden thing is forbidden (which hadeeth, which ayah forbade it). The more certain you are of the rule against it, the less room shaytan will have to talk you into doing it inshaAllah.

    *Everytime the thought occurs, do something good (like zikhr or something). InshaAllah shaytan will stop whispering about this out of fear that you'll get more reward for the good things you do everytime he brings it up.
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    Jazakallahi khair akhi Abdul Fattah. I have been seeking refuge in Allah from the shaytaan when these evil thoughts come! but i still find it coming back to me over and over again...i try to recite Qur'aan and make dua but i find it hard my heart just feels hard and i feel like im never going to get better!
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    =anonymous;461600] brothers and sisters again.
    quick questions inshallah.
    i just want to know how does one feel sad about their sins.
    I think it helps if one takes account of all the blessing Allah has given him/her and how much praise, honour and worship is one giving in return. Naturally, when one is not fulfilling his duties towards Allah, despite being given so much, it makes one feel bad - or it should at least. Think, if a person was doing so much for you but you gave nothing in return. Wouldn't that make you feel bad? That's how we should feel when it comes to how much Allah gives us and how we act in return.


    and also, some advice on how to feel spirtitually touched. for example when looking at the signs of alah, or reading the quran, one sometimes feels that they are not fully absorbng it. and really want to, and they really want their hearts to sough and absorb and then inshallah practise, or in a mtter of beief, believe what is being said
    jazakallahu khair
    The more dhikr we do, the more our hearts open up and bring us closer to Allah subhana wa ta'ala. I swear, just walking down the street reciting 'SubhanAllah' (or whatever you like) creates a deep love and awareness of Allah and His beautiful Creation deep in one's soul. Make dhikr continuously and inshaAllah you will find your heart, soul and mind falling in love with Allah and all that He has commanded.
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    format_quote Originally Posted by anonymous View Post

    well basicall y i have been having these reaaly evil thoughts latley. that f practisied, and dying on that practise, i will end up in hell.
    i know they are from satan, and i know i must stop them, and by doing that adhering to the quran and sunnah.
    my question is how do i reverse my thinking. and when i do inshallah, how do i be consistant in this
    im the type of person that the more i think about something, the more it dosn't worry me. and i dont want that to happen. so yeah, suggestions...
    jazakallahu khair.
    we get good and bad thoughts that is our normal human condition
    we find our self inbetween satanic whisphers and allah's command
    what we must do now is to use our criteirion our consciousness to choose what is halal and what is haram
    now if there is urge for some haram may be it is relation or nutrition replace it with something halal but don't ignore it completely
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