The Secrets Behind Praying On Time

السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته

I recently came upon an article that I think is so informative about the Secrets Behind Praying On Time, and I wanted to share it with you.

It’s written by Islamic Pictures.

This is something I didn’t know previously, and I also had no idea about the different energies associated with our bodies, our rizq and our health.

*Rasulullah SAW said:*

The deeds that are most beloved by Allah SWT are offering prayer at its proper time, kindness to parents. and jihad in the way of Allah SWT.

[Kanzul Ummal, Volume 7, hadith 18897)

The transitions of prayer times actually coincide with the change in energy of the universe which may be measured and felt through changes in its colours. The following are several findings from academics in their respective fields (eg. health, psychology and others).

*The Secrets Behind Praying On Time*

*1.) FAJR*

*Those who are still deep asleep during Fajr will face issues in provision and communication* , for the thyroid is unable to absorb the blue energy of the universe.

The universe is in the blue spectrum which is compatible with the frequency of the thyroid gland. In Physiology, the thyroid has control over the body’s metabolic system. The color blue is also tied to provision (rizq) and communication methods. During the Fajr athan, the energy of the universe is at its optimum. This energy is then absorbed by our bodies especially when performing ruku’ and sujood.

*2.) DHUHR*

*Those who frequently miss Dhuhr prayer will face digestion and mood problems.*

The universe turns yellow, which influences the stomach and the entire digestive system. This colour also affects the liver and the cheerfulness of a person.

*3.) ASR*

*One who keeps missing Asr prayer will have lower levels of creativity.*

The universe changes colour again into orange. This is significant in the influence upon organs such as the prostate, ovary and testicle which are parts of the overall reproductive system. In fact, the reproductive organs lose positive energy. The orange in the universe also affects one’s creativity.

*4.) Maghrib*

At the time of Maghrib, the spectrum of the universe is at level with the frequency of the Jinns and Iblees.

The universe changes red. Often we hear the elders’ advice not to be outside of the house during this time. There is truth to the prohibition, for the jinns and iblees are energetic as they vibrate with the universe.

Those who are traveling are recommended to stop over to pray Maghrib first. This is safer for there are many disturbances occurring. There may be interference of two or more waves with similar frequencies, producing mirages that may disrupt our vision.

*5.) Isha*

*Those who often miss Isha prayers will tend to feel anxious.*

The universe becomes indigo and then transforms into darkness. The time of Isha has the secret of tranquility and contentment, and its frequency is harmonious with the brain and nervous system.

This is why when the skies become dark, we are recommended to rest. By sleeping during this time, the consciousness is at a delta wave with frequency under 4Hz and the whole body system is under rest.

*6.) Tahajjud*

*When performed routinely, there would be benefits psychologically and mentally.*

After midnight, the universe begins to brighten again with whites, pinks and purples. This colour change is in alignment with the pineal gland, pituitary gland, thalamus and hypothalamus (glands and organs that significantly affect the brain).

The factors of the energy of the universe are the basis of meditative activities such as taichi, qi-gon and others. These are done to take in the energies into the body. So when praying, we inadvertently absorb the energy from the universe.

*PRAYING ON TIME WILL MAKE THE BODY HEALTHIER!*

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Shukran

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How To Build A Mansion In Jannah With Your Children

A woman narrates a marvelous story and says:

I was on a visit to one of my friends house. One of her daughters, who was about three years old, came in, stood behind her and pulled on her dress saying: ‘Mom we did not build a house in Jannah today.’

I thought I misheard her.

Then her siblings joined her and they all repeated the same thing.

My friend saw the curiosity on my face and smiled and said to me: Do you want to see how we build a mansion in Jannah?

Image taken from www.packedperfectly.com

‘Ok,’ I stood and watched as the mother and her children sat around her and recited Surah Al-Ikhlas ten times:

(قل هو الله احد الله الصمد لم يلد ولم يولد ولم يكن له كفوا احد )

When they finished they all said excitedly with one voice: ‘Alhamdullah we built a house in Paradise.’

Then the mother asked: ‘What do you want to add to this palace? ‘

The children replied that they wanted to add treasures.

Then they began chanting:

لا حول ولا قوة الا بالله

(There is no might nor power except in Allah)

Then she asked them: ‘Which of you wants to drink from the hands of the Prophet of Allah peace be upon him and never feel thirsty again?’

They all began to say:

اللهم صل على محمد وعلى آل محمد .. كما صليت على إبراهيم وعلى آل إبراهيم إنك حميد مجيد .. وبارك على محمد وعلى آل محمد .. كما باركت على إبراهيم وعـلى آل إبراهــيم إنك حميد مجيد

Allahumma Salli Ala Muhammad wa ala aali Muhammad Kama sallayta ala Ibrahim wa alaa aali Ibrahim innaka Hameedon Majeed wa Barek Ala Muhammad wa alaa Aali Muhammad Kama Barakta Ala Ibrahim wa Ala Aali Ibrahim innaka Hameedum Majeed

They followed it with praising to Allah.

Then each of them went back to what they were doing from studying to playing with toys.

‘I asked her how did you do that?’

She replied: ‘my children love sitting with me and rejoice when I gather them and sit among them, and I wanted to exploit it and teach them how to praise and thank Allah in a way that their tiny minds can understand. They see palaces in children’s programs and wish to live in them, and watch cartoon heroes who are struggling to get treasures.’

This mother will be rewarded with good deeds whenever one of her children reads or recites these Athkar. It will be an ongoing charity. It is the best investment in the world and the Hereafter.

I have read this over and over and I still see it one of the best I have read.

Islamic educational style is beautiful. Teach it to your children and spread it everywhere.

So remember that to earn a Mansion in Jannah, we should read:

Surah Ikhlaas x 10 times

لا حول و لا قوة الا بالله هل علي العظيم

As many times, in an odd number if possible, as you can.

Finish off with Durood e Ibrahim and some other Tasbeeh to complete your Athkar.

(This story was sent to me, and published as received)