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sv: en: Råd om koncentartion under bönen

Postby nur.nu » 26 Jan 2012, 01:41

Assalamu aleikum,
jag har några funderingar över bönen, vet inte riktigt vart jag ska vända mig för att hitta svaren så jag hoppas att Ni här inne kan hjälpa mig.

Vad kan man göra för att koncentrera sig mer i bönen? Jag har svårt att koncentrera mig, mest pga av att jag på sista tiden känner att jag blir störd under bönen. Jag kan känna att det jag reciterar är felt uttalat och då börjar jag om. Jag glömmer bort om jag gjort sujud 2 ggr då upprepar jag det (i dessa fall händer det att jag gör flera sujud och ändå glömmer hela tiden). Jag brukar bli osäker på om jag har gjort tashahud (då man sitter ner), och med osäker menar jag att jag har absolut inget minne om jag gjort det eller inte, detta är besvärande eftersom jag tolkar det som att jag har glömt göra det och jag upprepar bönen igen.
Detta hela gör mig otroligt frustrerad, ju mer jag försöker koncentrera mig desto värre blir det hela. Jag tror att dessa tankar är wiswasa, men är osäker.

Skall man lyssna på tvivel i bönen? Ibland känner jag att ju mer jag lyssnar desto mer tvivel får jag sen.

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sv: en: Råd om koncentartion under bönen / Sh. Faraz Rabbani

Postby nur.nu » 26 Jan 2012, 01:42

Skulle just posta en artikel med många bra råd till en person som kämpar med många olika svårigheter, bland annat tvivel. Klistrar in den del som rör just detta. Hoppas att råden kan vara till någon hjälp insha Allah.

Från: http://seekersguidance.org/ans-blog/201 ... ajor-sins/

Warding Off the Devil

The devil is a trickster, and deceit is his profession. He has been in business for as long as humans have existed. He is cunning and crafty, and he works very hard to achieve his goals. He has many tactics, at the top of the list being baseless misgivings and creating doubts in our minds and hearts. He wants us to become confused and obsessed to the extent that it destroys us. He knows our psychological makeup very, very well.

Take the means to ward off the devil, as taught by our Messenger (peace and blessings be upon him). These include the following:

(a) Seek refuge in Allah Most High, by saying, ‘A’udhu bi Llahi min ash-shaytani r-rajim’ [Bukhari, Muslim]; and recite Ayat al-Kursi, as well as the last three surahs (Ikhlas, Falaq, Nas) [Tabarani, Mu'jam Kabir].

(b) Ignore any thoughts or fleeting notions of disbelief: these are from the Devil, and he hates to be ignored. Every time you get such a thought, remember Allah and seek His refuge. Go to Allah broken and weak, and He will fix you and grant you strength.

(c) Be consistent in the remembrance of Allah (dhikr), especially when you are on the Internet. When you get online, begin with Allah’s name by saying the basmala, and couple this with sending much salutation and blessings upon the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him). While you are online, continue to remember Allah and keep your tongue moist with His remembrance, especially by sending salutations upon the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him).

(d) Maintain a strong relationship with the Qur’an, reading some portion daily, however little. Make sure you pray all five prayers on time, and try to attend the mosque for as many of the five as you can. When one is busy attending the mosque regularly, it is more difficult to engage in sinful activity between prayers.

Allah Most High states, “Recite that which has been revealed to you of the Book and regularly establish the prayer: surely, prayer keeps one away from indecency and evil. Indeed, Allah’s remembrance [of the servant] is greater yet, and Allah knows all what you do.” (29:45)

(e) Learn sacred knowledge under righteous scholars so you know the reality of the Sacred Law and its limits. Implement what you learn. The more sound knowledge one has of the religion, the more empowered one is to deal with Satan’s prodding.

(f) Seek Allah’s help in warding off the devil, whose whisperings are in reality of no power or consequence. Allah is in full control. Allah created the devil to spur us forward in our journey to Him Most High. Make supplication (dua) to Allah, and observe the various etiquettes of dua, such as eating lawful and wholesome food, praying with sincerity and focus, and being certain that Allah will answer your dua.


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