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“The aim of the Prophetic Path course is to develop and build the character of each student on an individual basis so that he becomes someone who has the most beautiful relationship with his Creator, Allāh the Almighty and his Beloved Prophet Muhammad ﷺ, and become a means of mercy for all of the creation.“

Shaykh Ahmad Dabbāgh
(Director of Wiselife Academy)

 

STAGE 1

The Body

Discipline and beautify your: Tongue, Eyes, Ears, Hands and other core elements of the body to experience its immediate effect

Step by step program to break free from bad habits, retrain your bodily actions and refine your conduct

STAGE 2

Mind & Intellect

Learn and practise the science of positive thinking

Break the cycle of negativity – Gain freedom from negative thoughts and a toxic mentality

Learn to set realistic goals, overcome mental obstacles and live a purpose driven life

STAGE 3

Heart & Soul

Control your own emotions, using them positively to ease stress & communicate effectively

Enhance your compassion towards others, overcome obstacles and defuse conflict

Learn to become Emotionally Intelligent

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Even a taste of some of the above can immediately have a positive impact on your life: enabling you to repair broken relationships; increase productivity; develop a healthy mindset whilst achieving everlasting success.

What you can expect

  • Train to perfect your character from beginner to advanced stages - receiving the support of your mentor throughout from the comfort of your own home.
  • Log in to your goals and track your progress with the touch of a finger.

Always here to guide you and support you to achieve your goal

  • FREE one-to-one mentoring service - No hidden costs and No charges.
  • Why free? Our qualified mentors have traversed this very course and now want to help YOU.
  • Completely confidential with all-round support.
  • Arrange a one-to-one, by Facebook Messenger, telephone, or in-person with one of our Mentor's today.
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EVERYTHING YOU NEED IN ONE PLACE

  • Develop, train & boost your body, mind,
    heart and soul with help from qualified Mentors
  • Simple to use and easy to track your progress.

MINDFULNESS TO RELAX & CALM THE CHAOS

  • Guided daily meditations to nourish your soul
  • Reflect on your day by calmly organizing your thoughts
    and become centered
  • Confidence building techniques and discover how to
    release negative energy
  • Stressless and stay motivated

DISCOVER THE HEART OF ISLAM

The heart of the Islamic tradition is rooted on developing your connection with Allah through radical reformation of the human soul.

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On concentration:

Remember that you are training yourself in a newer skill. Just like the first time you lift weights you may not be able to complete the set. You do what you can and slowly improve. Your strength will increase the more you exercise. Similarly you should keep trying and do not worry if the mind wanders. When it happens do this:

  1. Notice – realise when the thought have ‘gone somewhere’
  2. Acknowledge – label where they have gone e.g. thoughts of ‘what I need to do next’ or ‘remembering stuff’
  3. Come back – don’t judge or engage with the thought – simply remember the 3 keys and continue the dhikr and du’a.


On feeling self-conscious:

As we develop in our practices it is often challenging to bring our family members along with us. People feel self-conscious for different reasons, soI can share three approaches that cover most situations:

  1. ‘Hide’

If the relationship is challenging and it is not possible to communicate this new practice with them, you can find ways to do it secretly. You can schedule the adhkar at times you will not be interrupted or seen by others, for example in the early morning or later at night.The best way to convey a message is by leading by example. Let them see the impact of your adhkar in your conduct towards them.

  1. Compromise

If you’re able to do the practice, but doing it loudly is the issue, then lower the voice. You can also record your own voice doing the adhkar. Each day follow the adhkar using headphones. This way you can follow along silently. It is best to have your own voice as it creates better connection.

If being seen with your eyes closed is an issue  (e.g. your family member might think you’re weird) then keep eyes opened during the Du’a with Inner Presence and Adhkar. You should focus more deeply on the blessed name of Allah azzawajal. You can focus on the image on your phone. If this is not possible you can hold a book etc – the point is to help you focus on one thing as you’re not able to close the eyes.

  1. Communicate

Being open and transparent helps to build healthy relationships. If you feel self-conscious because you’re not sure about their reaction then (assuming you are able to) speak with your family members and share with them why you are now taking time to do this practice. You can explain that this is part of a course you are studying and it helps to develop sincerity and presence with Allah azzawajal.

Start with one level, once it is established (i.e. you find it easy to follow) add the next level until you can work through all the levels in one sitting (i.e. 15mins)

Very good question. It is best to complete first thing in the day to ensure it’s done. As mentioned in narrations of the Holy Prophet, ‘alayhi salaam, the time of Tahajjud is very blessed indeed so this can be considered the best time as well for all worship.

However the best time for you is the time that realistically works and is sustainable! Look at your current schedule and allocate a time you will be able to sit and focus on the adhkar each day AND also plan a back up. For example a good time for you might be after Salatul Zuhur and back up after Salatul Ishaa.

The translated meaning:

I seek forgiveness from Allah the Mighty, The One who has none worthy of worship except Him, The Ever-Living and Sustainer. I repent to Him”

Some of the virtues of this Istighfar:

(Sayyiduna Abu Sa’id Al Khudri (radiyallahu ‘anhu) says: “Whoever says Astaghfirullahal ‘Azim Alladi La Ilaha illa Huwal Hayyul Qayyumu wa atubu ilayhi five times, his sins will be forgiven even they are like the foam of the ocean”

(Musannaf Ibn Abi Shaybah, Hadith: 30060)

(2)Sayyiduna Zayd (radiyallahu ‘anhu) reports that Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said, “Whoever says Astaghfirullahal ‘Azim Alladi La Ilaha illa Huwal Hayyul Qayyumu wa atubu ilayhi [once], his sins will be forgiven even if he had fled from battle” (Sunan Tirmidhi, Hadith: 3577, Sunan Abi Dawud, Hadith: 1512)

There needs to be a healthy way for the person to process their emotion. Violating the tongue is not a healthy and/or sustainable way to manage emotions. Not only does it harm one in this life (e.g. swearing at loved ones or backbiting friends) but also in the Hereafter.

So, the answer would be: find healthy ways to manage those thoughts and feelings as bottling them up is not good. Example of what one can do:

  • Talk to a trusted friend and/or mentor about the situation with the intention of finding a solution to the situation and/or event. For more acute situations one should also consider counselling and therapy.
  • Write your thoughts and feelings in a personal journal – this helps to externalise the feeling.
  • Exercise – physical activity has been proven to help us process emotions and reduce stress.

Practice Du’a with Inner Presence – turn to Allah azzawajal and ask him to remove this feeling or problem you have encountered.

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