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In the Name of God بسم الله

wrda93

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  1. Thank you for replying. But isn't it WAJIB prayers need to be performed constantly too on a regular basis. Correct me if I'm wrong. My friend is experiencing this OCD too, he performed his wajib prayers, but his OCD thoughts are hitting him more. He often questioned himself if God is angry with him because he managed to pull through his OCD thoughts previously by not praying. Each time he tried to pray, it will hit him 3 times harder than ever that causing his body to ache..
  2. Assalamualaikum, Last month, my fiance keep on having this involuntary thoughts about religion. He will keep questioning himself "why non muslims are born that way", "isnt it unfair for them to born that way and believe that way" and recently, he asked me "how people living in the forest able to perform their islamic duties." Previously, he ever encountered this before twice, but his able to overcome them by leaving prayers. According to him, everytime he perform prayers, it will hit him 3 times harder- the thoughts and his whole body will aches and he can't concentrate on his prayers. Previously he did seek help from various ustaz regarding his condition, but similarly nothing works and causing him more pain. Last month when he encountered this again, he told me. Most probably Allah is angry with him as previously he gets better without praying, as if he had forgotten about Him. True fact his not because he was too phobia with the thoughts and pain. He can't even stepped out of the house and continue his daily life because its hitting him harder than before. And till today, he continue praying and seek guidance but similarly, he can't concentrate with his prayers. I did came across a post saying that "a person with this constant waswas condition, he should't be constantly praying, and perform any extra worship but only the wajib prayers." isit true?
  3. Assalamualaikum, I came across your answer that "A person with a constant waswas, he shouldn't be constantly praying." Is it true? My friend encountered exactly the same as zahra. Exactly the same. He ever had this before twice. And he managed to pull through both by not performing prayers. The third time he encountered this, He blamed himself saying that Allah disagree with him leaving solat in order to get peacefullness. Hence by than, I asked him to pray constantly but it doesn't seems to go away, in fact its adding him more thoughts. Hope you will reply me. Thankyou..
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