At Prophetic Path our role is to ensure that every seeker has a qualified mentor assigned to them who is available to support and guide them through their early development. The mentor will monitor the seekers progress, assign tasks and answer any questions that the seeker may have. The purpose of the mentor is simply to guide and facilitate the students personal journey towards the pleasure of Allah, in light of the teachings of the noble Qurâan and Sunnah.

What is Mentoring

"Mentoring is to support and encourage people to manage their own learning in order that they may maximize their potential, improve their performance and become the person they want to be."

Be a 1-1 advisor to a person to help the student go from where they are to where they need to be

This is helpful and more efficient than a person trying to achieve their goal by themselves

What are the basic responsibilities of a Mentor?

To be the first point of contact for a new student

Assigning the relevant tasks and levels to each student on the journey to Allah ﷻ

Answering questions from the student within an overall agreed time limit

What are the basic responsibilities of a Student / Seeker who signs up to learn and travel closer to Allah SWT Pleasure?

Build transparency.

Ask for advice not to argue.

Introspect on your journey

Act upon the practical advice you have asked for AS LONG AS IT DOES NOT CONTRADICT SHARIAH!

The Following Five Prophetic Practices compose as our primary spiritual exercises for improving a learners journey.

The 5 Psycho-Spiritual Exercises

1.  Daily Dhikr - Remembrance of Allah swt

2.  Daily Meditation

3.  Increasing one’s level of sincerity

4.  Increasing our connection with Allah swt in prayer

5.  Taking account of our daily actions