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Muhasaba - Marifa - Nafs

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  2. Moogulkis says:
    Jihad an-nafs brings control of such desires. The Shaykh controlled the desires of nafs, dunya, hawa and shaytan, by showing people practically how to follow the footsteps of the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him and give him peace).
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  4. Zulkit says:
    Although it sounds exactly like the Russian diminutive form of Mary, the Jewish name Masha is actually of Biblical extraction. Tradition has it that the first Masha was named after a departed male named Moshe (Moses) One upshot is that originally "Masha" was spelled in Hebrew as מַשה.Author: Menachem Posner.
  5. Megal says:
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  6. Mezigami says:
    Nafs-e-Zakiyyah is a person by the name of Muhammad ibn al-Hasan. He is a descendant of Husayn ibn Ali. He is named Nafse-e-Zakiyyah because he is very pious and devout and another reason for his nickname is that he will be slain without any sin and crime.
  7. Gajas says:
    Muhasaba al-nafs, or spiritual accounting, plays a key role in the spiritual journey with the goal of. nearness to God. It works as a self- assessment of a person’s thoughts and deeds on a daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly basis such as thanking God for every accomplishment and asking forgiveness for all.
  8. Brakinos says:
    The second way the nafs has been used in the Qur’an, which is quite frequent, is that the nafs is referring to a specific part of our self and it is that part of our self that has desires, appetite, and some people call it ego. It has anger, it has passion, it has lust, desire, it has all these things.
  9. Kazrajin says:
    Sep 03,  · Imam al-Harith al-Muhasibi. Who is Hārith Al-Muhāsibī? Abdullah ibn Hamid Ali Lamppost Productions. Imam Al-Hārith ibn Asad Al-Muhāsibī was born in the city of Basrah and lived and died in the city of Baghdad in the year after the Hijrah. He was one of the Pious Predecessors (Salaf) of this Ummah and a contemporary of Imam Ahmad ibn.

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