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Headspace

There is a famous statement, “Do not let anyone live your head rent free.”

 

Through prophetic advice we learn the importance of using bedtime to make an effort to let it all go daily. This is a path of Jannah.

This is a difficult but rewarding spiritual exercise of putting your trust in Allah (SWT) and leaving all your affairs to Him.

This also demands emptying your mind of built up and oftentimes warranted pain and injustices, and recognising that Allah (swt) is Al-Adl and He is Al-Alim. He is the Most Just and He is the All-Hearing.

It also assists a person in protecting them from potential harm from their nafs and the internal conversations influenced by their mind. It protects from having discussions with their nafs about potential what-ifs and guides them to being wise and just in their responses.

“The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said: ‘The strong believer is better and more beloved to Allah than the weak believer, although both are good. Strive for that which will benefit you, seek the help of Allah, and do not feel helpless. If anything befalls you, do not say, “if only I had done such and such” rather say “Qaddara Allahu wa ma sha’a fa’ala (Allah has decreed and whatever he wills, He does).” For (saying) ‘If’ opens (the door) to the deeds of Satan.'” Sunan Ibn Majah, 79.

It is important to stand up for yourselves, but learning to empty the mind allows you to be fair, wise and just. It allows you to have a healthy relationship with your own nafs (self) and qalb (heart) and be content with your past, present and guides towards a better future Insha Allah.

 

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