With Ramadan around the corner a lot of us are looking for that quick hack that can take us from our current spiritual state into our ideal state. What is it? Immersion. Putting ourselves into an spiritually enriching environment to the extent that it changes our way of thinking. Here are the 3 P's of immersion the Ramadan Planner can help you with!
You’re in lock down. You’re Muslim. You’re worried. Worried about the news, worried about friends, family, those around you that are vulnerable. Worried about your job, studies or business. Worried about Ramadan coming up.
But with all these concerns have you forgotten something that was right under your nose?
Sha'ban is the blessed month preceding Ramadan wherein the Prophet ﷺ said, “deeds are raised to Allah”.
Here are 5 tips to help you have the best Sha'ban in sha Allah.
Imam Ghazali speaks of the 4 pedestals to spiritually connecting to Allah in his works, Disciplining The Soul from the Ihya. There are four pedestals of striving towards Allah, the process of restraining and training our spiritual state to be connected to Allah and building a fortress for the soul itself, these are: hunger, sleeplessness, isolation and silence. Each of these pedestals, coincidentally, are present whenever we are fasting SubhanAllah. A pedestal is simply a pillar arkan or a stepping stone to getting closer to Allah.
Ramadan Is Here But I Feel Unhappy It’s funny, isn’t it? The most blessed month in the year is arriving but it has loomed straight over our heads. ...
Not a planner person? This one's for you! In essence, the purpose of using the planner is to help you document the transformation you’re going through each Ramadan and help you prepare for the next. Read our three step guide to help you get started and build a Ramadan planning habit.
Life’s biggest questions are often the toughest. You know the ones I’m talking about right? The Ramadan Legacy Planner brings clarity, meaning and purpose to your life during the most blessed time of the year. Providing a 3-month roadmap from month of Sha'ban, Ramadan and Shawwal to help you connect to Allah.
In the so-called ‘age of connectivity’ do we really feel ‘connected’? We designed the Reflection Deck to bring back those beautiful moments of connection in our lives. To connect with others, ourselves and Allah.
It's funny. As each day, week and month passes I feel an overwhelming sense of 'I'm not doing everything I should be doing as a Muslim'. I'm not praying on time, I'm not praying my Fajr everyday, I haven't picked up the Qur'an in a while .... and the list goes on and on.
Allah Loves You So Love Yourself! Did you know that Allah loves you? I know, I know... I hear you saying of course He does! One of his 99 names is...
7 Things To Do Before 2019 Ends It doesn’t matter how the past year went starting a new year is always exciting. Maybe you can’t wait to start the ...
The 'Taqwometer' is a tool developed by Ramadan Legacy to inspire you to evaluate your own Taqwa across various aspects of your life. Taqwa is your consciousness of Allah in your life and a Barometer is a measuring tool. We've combined both of these words to product the 'Taqwometer'!
The swiftness in which Ramadan arrives and departs is a recurrent sentiment amongst the Ummah. Throughout Ramadan our deeds are amplified, our spi...