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MIK
06-20-2017, 06:49 AM
Assalamualaikum,

I had a question that I can't seem to find the answer for. I am a female and I have recently become very religious in previous couple of years and every time I pray my Salah I get this sudden heatwave and it seems as if the wind has stopped and there is direct heat on top of my head, my forehead and neck. This has been happening for quite sometime now and when I asked around one person said that its due to the intensity in my prayers. Although this is a compliment that anyone would love to hear regarding their prayers, I just wanted to know if anyone else experiences this too and if this is normal.

Thank you.
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Bobbyflay23
06-20-2017, 07:59 AM
Originally Posted by MIK
Assalamualaikum,

I had a question that I can't seem to find the answer for. I am a female and I have recently become very religious in previous couple of years and every time I pray my Salah I get this sudden heatwave and it seems as if the wind has stopped and there is direct heat on top of my head, my forehead and neck. This has been happening for quite sometime now and when I asked around one person said that its due to the intensity in my prayers. Although this is a compliment that anyone would love to hear regarding their prayers, I just wanted to know if anyone else experiences this too and if this is normal.

Thank you.
Yea I feel as if it's the feeling of iman and stuff for me it depends on the weather if it's cold or normal out then I when I pray i get chills on my back and stuff and I feel in awe but when it's hot my entire body feels hot I actually miss it as it's been gone for the longest time
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MIK
06-20-2017, 04:25 PM
I live in Canada so its pretty much cold all the time here and it only happens when I pray. As soon as I stop I literally feel much better as in I can breathe.
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Hamza Asadullah
06-23-2017, 03:08 AM
Originally Posted by MIK
Assalamualaikum,

I had a question that I can't seem to find the answer for. I am a female and I have recently become very religious in previous couple of years and every time I pray my Salah I get this sudden heatwave and it seems as if the wind has stopped and there is direct heat on top of my head, my forehead and neck. This has been happening for quite sometime now and when I asked around one person said that its due to the intensity in my prayers. Although this is a compliment that anyone would love to hear regarding their prayers, I just wanted to know if anyone else experiences this too and if this is normal.

Thank you.
:wa:

I think its worth getting yourself checked with a Raqi (One who performs Ruqya in accordance with the Qur'an and Sunnah) as you want to rule out the effects of possible evil. Are you able to locate a reliable Raqi in your area? Definitely get yourself checked out as soon as possible as they will be able to give you the best possible advice regarding this issue.
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ahmed.younes
06-23-2017, 03:27 AM
Originally Posted by Hamza Asadullah
:wa:

I think its worth getting yourself checked with a Raqi (One who performs Ruqya in accordance with the Qur'an and Sunnah) as you want to rule out the effects of possible evil. Are you able to locate a reliable Raqi in your area? Definitely get yourself checked out as soon as possible as they will be able to give you the best possible advice regarding this issue.
If you're unable to find a raqi or you're just uncomfortable with the whole idea, try performing self ruqya. 2 minutes is all it takes. Here's a link that explains all you need to know inshallah http://www.aburuqya.com/self-ruqya

May Allah grant you cure sister
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