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Assalamu Alaikum, I was once told or perhaps heard in a lecture, that Imam Reza as helps the believers cross the sirat in the next world, on the condition that we visit him (shrine). Please can anyone give me the reference/source to this, it would be most appreciated? I need this for a project. Thank you.
Salams Everyone, first time poster here! This has been on my mind for almost 10 years now and I have joined Shiachat with the intention of getting some advice. To summarise, about 10 years ago, I was diagnosed with a terminal condition. I didn't tell my family (and still haven't) as they would be devastated and I couldn't put them through that and I would still never tell them to save them the pain. Instead, I kept it to myself and I turned to Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) and I prayed, and prayed hard - vowing to go to visit the Imam (عليه السلام) in either Iraq or Iran - wherever I could go. All I needed was a sign. Whether or not I was right, I believe received that sign soon after - I dreamt one night that I was in a jamaat salaat, and as I was about to go into Sajda, A man very tenderly kissed the side of my neck exactly where the 'condition' was diagnosed. It was SO real that I woke up. I felt it, I actually heard it and I could feel it even after I was wide awake and sitting up in bed. I even considered the possibility that my father was in the room. I got the feeling straight away that this was Imam Reza ((عليه السلام)). I should add that this dream was particularly odd for me as I had never regular at prayers, let alone in a Jamaat. Miracle / Sign or not, It felt real enough for me to jump on the next Ziyarat Trip to Iran and visit the Imam ((عليه السلام)) personally. In Iran, I really felt connected with the Imam ((عليه السلام)), and begged him that I wouldn't leave empty handed (those were my specific words). Randomly one evening, an average, normal looking man (who I can only think must have worked there) approached me very directly near the Zari of Imam and handed me a handful of petals. I had no idea what this was so I asked him, and he pointed at the Zari. I still didn't know what this was for, so I asked another Ziareen and he said something like 'Make a dua and put in the Zari'. Not knowing better, I did exactly that, but ended up keeping one single petal. Only later did I realise that these were the petals from the top of the Zari of Imam Reza, and this may have been the gift I begged for. For the last 10 years I have kept that petal safely and very, very carefully, not knowing what to do with it. But I inherently feel like I'm meant to do something with it. Life, career etc have all kept moving (Alhumdulilah) but I'm not cured and can't help but wonder if it's because I haven't done what I'm supposed to do with this gift. I'm curious to get my fellow brother / sisters take on the following: 1. What should I do with this? I've considered everything from eating it to putting it in water and drinking the water. 2. Could this have been the gift I was asking for, which I haven't benefitted from? 3. If this is, in fact, a gift from Imam ((عليه السلام)) with shifa then I desperately want to share it first with my family who are also suffering in other ways - how should I do this? I'm known to be pretty bright, intelligent and a very rational person - and very open to the possibility that all of this is my imagination or a random series of coincidences. However, if this is a gift that I haven't realised, I feel I MUST do it in the right way. There may be shifa given to me that I haven't benefited from. Anyway, as I said this has been on my mind for a decade. Any advice / insight / thoughts / knowledge anyone can share? Jazakallah Brothers / Sisters
In the Name of Allah Dear respected brothers and sisters! Salaam and congratulations on the blessed birthday of Imam Reza (AS). Tomorrow is the anniversary of the birth of Imam Reza (AS) and may Allah bless this day for all of us. Dear brothers and sisters: Here is the link of official channel of Imam Reza (AS) shrine at YouTube.com that includes several valuable video clips produced by holy shrine of Imam Reza (AS) as English language: https://www.youtube.com/c/ImamRezaen https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGDsj48Ja8N0658I2OJb3oQ/playlists May Allah reward you all.
In the name of Allah Hello everybody Inshaallah I will wallow in my blood in Imam Mahdi (aj) way Hadith Silsilat az Zahab or the Golden Chain of Authority Imam Reza A.S. saying: 'My father Imam Musa al Kazem A.S. told me that he heard from his fathr ImamJfar as Sadeq A.S. , who heard from his father Imam Muhammad al Baqer A.S who herad from his father Imam Ali ibn al Hussain A.S. , who heard from his father Imam Hussain ibn Ali A.S. , who heard from his father Imam Ali ibn Abi Taleb A.S., who heard from Prophet Muhammad S.A.W.A. who heard from Almighty Allah, Who said: the testimony lailaha ill-Allah (there is no god except Allah) is My impregnable fortress and whoever enter My fortress is safe from My wrath In fact, Imam Reza's A.S. saying was the same declaration of the principle of Tawheed (Monotheism or the Oneness of God) which Prophet Muhammad S.A.W.A had proclaimed in Mecca for the frist time over two centuries ago.The Imam stayed silent for a while then continued "But it (entering Alla's impregnable fortress) has certain condition and stipulation, and I am one of those conditions In other words, Imam Reza A.S., by emphasizing on this Hadith Qudsi, meant to stay that acceptance of the 'Oneness of God' and the leadership of Prophet Muhammad S.A.W.A and the infallible Imam of his Household, was the prime condition for being safe from Divine Wrath. In fact, the belief in Monotheism wiil only become complete with the acceptance of the leareship of the Prophet's infallible Household.
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