The Quran is the world’s greatest personal development manual. However, many of us struggle to access that transformational power. We’ve all heard about the deep, powerful teachings at the heart of Islam, the beautiful rituals of Islam, such as prayer, fasting, Quran recitation and zikr. They have the potential to be systematically transformative experiences, but in the world of today for many they’ve become dry mindless habits that seem to bring no identifiable personal benefit.
This November, personal coach and bestselling author of “Inside the Soul of Islam”, Mamoon Yusaf, will take you on an impactful journey. In this unique and eye-opening course, he introduces a simple, powerful understanding of psychology called the “Inside-Out”, which has the potential to make the teachings of the Quran and Sunnah immediately impactful for all spiritual seekers, no matter what their level of knowledge, practice or religiosity.
In this course, you’ll discover:
Imam al-Ghazali’s classification of the different types of knowledge and which are the most important for personal transformation
A comprehensive overview of the Inside-Out Paradigm, based on the classical Islamic approach of the ‘ten essential elements’
Psychological Idolatry – the subtle but pervasive root cause of all diseases of the heart and how to purify ourselves from falling into them
A secret to mindful zikr and ihsan (spiritual excellence) that leads us to become more present, focused, in the high performance ‘zone’ and deeply connected with Allah, the Ever-Present
Why sabr (resilience) is one of the greatest human virtues and the mind-set shift that opens us to an endless supply of it
How to share the love, beauty and wisdom of Islam with people of other faiths, even in a time of heavy anti-Muslim propaganda, without being reactive, insecure or playing into political agendas
And much, much more…
The Quran makes it clear that “Allah will not change the state of a people until they change within themselves”. This course takes us on a deep exploration of what this ayah truly means, in the hope of causing profound inner-change in the minds and hearts of all attendees. Insha’Allah.