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Mahdi Kassem

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  1. I've been trying really hard to do muraqabah of my nafs and it was going amazing I felt so close to Allah and I knew my purpose, but then all of a sudden I started feeling down for no reason I was reliving my past pains I started getting panics and I was feeling quite lost and my sexual urges were uncontrollable but there were no thoughts to trigger these feelings, I feel all over the place and I'd really appreciate some help
  2. Sheikh Baha'uldeen Al Amili considers him to be a Shia and he talks about why he had some dodgy writings for example praising Abu Bakr and Uthman etc, he said it was due to living in Syria in the time of the Ummayads so he most likely used Taqiyah as his other works in Fotohat Al makkiyah praise Ahlulbayt very highly and he also says Imam Ali(عليه السلام) was the closest person to the Prophet Muhammad (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم).A.W and that he was the secret of all Prophets he also agrees that Imam Al Mahdi(A.A.T.F) is Allah's vicegerent on earth and that he's from the line of Sayeda Fatima(عليه السلام) so it's quite a controversial topic. Imam Al Khomeini((رضي الله عنه)), Ayatollah Bahjat((رضي الله عنه)), Allamah Tabatabai((رضي الله عنه)) and all the mystic's of the Hawza respect him and study his books Fusus Al hikam and Fotohat Al Makkiyah and they all agree he made the biggest contribution in the history of Sufism and Islamic Mysticism, but Allamah Tabatabai((رضي الله عنه)) also states in Tafsir Al Mizan:"How could Ibn Arabi be a Shia if he described the likes of Mutawakil and Muawiyah as being good people" so his sect was not very clear, but his work is still something outstanding and his books are studied till this day in the Hawzas.
  3. I was just wondering what time did the prophet Muhammad (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم).AW sleep and what time precisely was his Qailulah(afternoon nap)? if any of the the Brothers and sisters on this group could help please reply❤️
  4. I'm really curious to find out why we get goosebumps and their meaning in Islamic Spirituality especially when we pray and when we listen to the maqtal of Imam Hussain(عليه السلام) or during latam,it would very helpful if the brothers and sisters on this group could reply
  5. Why do I feel shivers and peace and chills and goosebumps and many other feelings when reciting Dua al Ahed like even remembering Imam Al Mahdi(A.A.T.F) makes my whole body go numb from head to toe. Can someone explain these things as spirituality is quite new to me and I'm trying to adjust in my life with all these feelings❤️❤️
  6. I was praying and I remember reading an article about Sayed Ali Qadhi's advice to Allamah Tabatabai, he told him to say la ilaha ila ant subhanaka ini kunt min Al dhalimeen 300 times in the last sajda after each Salah and if he did this Allah will reveal a veil. So I tried this for 3 days but I only did it 100 times. out of nowhere today there was a silence and a ringing noise in my Ear and I was able to hear my own voice and I felt a wind from within something was blowing at me but my door was closed and all the windows were shut the more I'd say the dhikr the wind would get stronger so would the ringing in my ears and I'd get more powerful goosebumps, after I finished the sajdah I was shaking and trembling but I was at peace. Does someone have an explanation to these feelings I'm having? Please❤️
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