The Inner Dimensions of the Prayer by Ibn Qayyim
NOTE: This book is part of the 'Supplication Bundle'.
Supplication Bundle includes:
- Al-Hisn al-Hasin: The Fortified Fortress
- Tawbah - Turning to Allah SWT in Repentance
- Inner Dimensions Of The Prayer
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About the Book
Today's pace of life has created an imbalance in many people's priorities, especially in diminishing spiritual fulfilment.
"The Inner Dimensions of the Prayer" by Ibn Qayyim delves into the spiritual and inner aspects of the Islamic ritual prayer (Salah). It explores the deeper meanings and significance of the different elements within the prayer, shedding light on the spiritual journey and connection with Allah that the prayer is intended to facilitate.
Ibn Qayyim emphasizes the importance of sincerity (ikhlas) in prayer and the need for conscious awareness of the meanings and implications of the words recited and the physical actions performed during the prayer. The book goes beyond the mere outward performance of the prayer and encourages believers to engage in the act of worship with a profound understanding of its spiritual dimensions.
Ibn Qayyim identifies impediments to achieving khushu' in prayer, and beautifully explains some profound benefits and wisdom behind actions performed therein and the words prescribed.
It will be a truly uplifting experience that will reflect in the refreshing new light we see our prayer. Lackluster attitudes will be eliminated, especially of those who see prayer as a mere ritual of releasing themselves from its obligation, and will enliven us to become more careful and attentive within it.
This book includes:
- The Wisdom Behind Each Action in Salah
- The Secrets and Benefits of Salah
- How to Establish True Devotion in Salah
About the AuthorIbn Qayyim al-Jawziyya, also known as Ibn al-Qayyim, was a prominent Islamic scholar and jurist of the Hanbali school during the medieval Islamic period. He lived in the 13th and 14th centuries and was a student of the famous scholar Ibn Taymiyyah.