Ramadan Reflections: A Guided Journal : 30 days of healing from your past, being present and looking ahead to an akhirah-focused future Spiral-Bound | March 15, 2023

Aliyah Umm Raiyaan

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Deepen your connection to Allah and set purpose-based intentions for the year ahead with a daily guided journal for prayer, healing, and reflection during Ramadan.

Ramadan is one of the most sacred and spiritually intimate months of the Islamic calendar. It is a time of devotion, where one can nurture their relationship with Allah, breaking away from normal daily routine and spent in a constant state of faithful awareness.

Divided into three 10-day sections, this beautiful book takes you on an inward journey to heal from your past, immerse yourself in the present, and plan an akhirah-focused future. Each section is comprised of ten chapters with each representing one day of Ramadan. Aliyah encourages readers to use each chapter on their designated day, echoing how the Qur’an was revealed, gradually, in order for listeners to savor the messages and decipher their meanings on a more profound level.

Filled with practical exercises, journaling prompts and Du’aa invitations, all designed to enable deeper reflections on the learnings and further their ability to manifest this into actions. Each chapter concludes with extra writing space for contemplation both on the theme that day as well as their overall spiritual transformation.

Publisher: Sourcebooks
Original Binding: Trade Paperback
Pages: 288 pages
ISBN-10: 1728295513
Item Weight: 0.64 lbs
Dimensions: 5.3 x 0.7 x 8.5 inches
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Aliyah Umm Raiyaan reverted to Islam as a young woman and has been involved in UK dawah for over twenty years. In 2010, she founded Solace UK, a charity that helps women who have reverted to Islam and find themselves in difficulty. In 2019 she launched a YouTube show called Honest Tea Talk, which brought unscripted conversations to the table about raw unspoken topics related to the Muslim community. She continues to devote her time to helping women achieve their full potential whilst emphasizing the importance of developing a personal and close relationship with Allah. She lives in East London with her family.