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A Handbook Of Spiritual Medicine - Premium Hardcover

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This spiritual guide to the self is a handbook of tazkiyah or ‘self-purification’. Not only does it illustrate the maladies of the human spiritual condition, it recognises the struggles and insecurities we all succumb to from time to time, and offers up the remedies too. The antidotes to our ailments are drawn from Qur’ānic verses and authentic ahādīth (Prophetic sayings), inspiring mindfulness of the Almighty Cherisher and His Beloved Prophet. This guidebook, drawing on the 11th and 12th Century works of the ‘Proof of Islam’ and wondrous sage, Imām Abū Hāmid Al-Ghazālī, can be applied to our busy lives in the modern, hi-tech era, and will prove accessible to people of all ages, all denominations: believers and non-believers alike.

This special edition hardback would make a wonderful gift. It is beautifully designed using debossed gold foil on the front and back covers, and includes an elegant satin ribbon bookmark. It is made to be the more durable of the two options, and more suited to a reference book if you are looking for something that will last the long-term in'sha Allah.

“A beautifully structured and well-presented work, highlighting one of the most important aspects of Islamic teachings - purifying the heart from blameworthy character traits and replacing them with praiseworthy ones.”

Mufti Muhammad ibn Adam al-Kawthari Director of the Institute of Islamic Jurisprudence (Darul Iftaa).

Spiritual Wellbeing Is Paramount

The Importance of Spiritual Purification

Just as you seek the best medical treatment to avoid illnesses and improve your physical health and wellbeing, whether that be paracetamol to treat a mere headache or something more substantial like chemotherapy to treat cancer, your soul can also suffer from spiritual illnesses such as ghadab (anger),  riya (showing off), takabbur (pride and arrogance), hasad (envy), lack of shukr (ingratitude), hubb al-jah (love of fame), hubb al-mal (love of wealth), and the like.

Spiritual health is fundamentally different however, and in some respects more important. Why is this? The detrimental consequences of a physical illness will come to an end upon death; whereas, the evil result of a spiritual illness will begin upon death, and will last for eternity.

-Special & Unique Deluxe Hardcover Edition

-Amazing reviews

-For those continually striving for a Sound Heart

-278 Pages