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Concealment of Khushoo 4 3. Rulings on Khushoo 6 4. The means of developing Khushoo 8 5. Knowing the advantages of Khushoo in Salaah 27 6. Warding off distractions and things that adversely affect khushoo 31 7. When a person suffers a great deal of waswaas 39 8. Conclusion 41 2 3. The following is a reminder to myself and to my Muslim brothers, andI ask Allah to make it of benefit.
Theheart is like a king and the faculties are like his troops who follow his orders and gowhere they are commanded.
If the king is deposed, his followers are lost, which is likewhat happens when the heart does not worship properly. His own selfish desires have died because of the fear andawe which have filled his heart to overflowing so that his physical faculties havecalmed down, his heart has become dignified and feels secure in Allah theremembrance of Him, and tranquillity descends upon him from his Lord.
So he hasbecome humble mukhbit before Allah, and the one who is humble is the one who isassured. The sign of this is that a person prostrates to his Lord out ofrespect and humility, and never raises his head until he meets Him.
The arrogant heart,on the other hand, is one that is content with its arrogance and raises itself up like anelevated portion of land in which water never settles. Al-Rooh, p. He tells us that He has prepared for them forgiveness and a greatreward i. See also Saheeh al-Targheeb, no.
He said it is saheeh They shall dwell therein forever. Al-Haythami said: its men arethiqaat. Al-Albaani said: its isnaad is jayyid. Clean, pleasant smelling clothes are also more comfortable andrelaxing, unlike clothes for sleeping or working in.
Moving at a measured pace during prayerThe Prophet peace and blessings of Allah be upon him used to move at a measuredpace during salaah, allowing every bone to return to its place. Its isnaad is classed assaheeh in Sifat al-Salaat, p. He commanded those who were not doingtheir prayer properly to do this too. It was reported from al-Suyooti that al-Haafizibn Hajar classed this hadith as hasan.
No one can ponder over its verses unless he has someknowledge of the meaning of what he is reciting, so that he can think about it and bemoved to tears by it. How can they enjoy reading it? Another way of helping oneself to ponder over the meanings is to repeat aayaat,because this will help one to think deeply and look again at the meanings. The Prophet peace and blessings of Allah be upon him used to do this. It was reported that hespent a night repeating one aayah until morning came.
If he recited an aayah thatmentioned tasbeeh, he would say Subhaan Allah; if it mentioned a question, he wouldask a question; if it mentioned seeking refuge with Allah, he would seek refuge withAllah. This was reported concerning qiyaam al-layl prayerat night. Then we would not deny the aayaat signs, verses ofour Lord, and we would be of the believers! He kept weeping until his lap got wet, then he wept and kept weeping until the floorgot wet. He said in al-Silsilat al-Sahihah, no.
Reported by Abu Dawood, no. Pausing at the end of each ayah is Sunnah even if the meaning continues into the nextayah. The recitation of the Prophet peace and blessings of Allah be upon him was clear, with each letter pronounceddistinctly.
Sifat al-Salaah, p. This is a great and important hadith. How could it be otherwise, when he feels that his Lord is addressing him and givinghim what he is asking for? The Sunnah in getting close to the sutrah is to have three cubits between it and the spotwhere one prostrates, or to allow enough space for a sheep to pass between the two, asis reported in the Saheeh ahadith. The Prophet peace and blessings of Allah be upon him advised the one who is prayingnot to allow anyone to pass between him and his sutrah.
If he insists, he should fight him, for he has a companion[i. Placing the right hand on the left hand on the chestThe Prophet peace and blessings of Allah be upon him , when he stood up to pray,used to place his right hand on his left hand Muslim, no. Al-Haythami said: Al-Tabaraani reported it in al-Awsatand its men are the men of saheeh. Imam Ahmad may Allah have mercy on him was asked about the meaning of placingone hand on top of the other when standing in prayer.
He said it is saheeh accordingto the condition of the two Shaykhs [al-Bukhari and Muslim], and al-Albaani agreedwith him in Sifat al-Salaah, p. He said it is saheeh according to the condition of thetwo shaykhs, and al-Dhahabi agreed with him. Al-Albaani said, It is as they said.
The editorsaid: its isnaad is saheeh. See Sifat al-Salaah, p. The answer is that this goes against the Sunnah that was reported from the Prophet peace and blessings of Allah be upon him that was just referred to above. Closing theeyes means that a person misses out on the Sunnah of looking at the place of prostrationand at his finger.
Likewise, he pushed away the animal that wanted topass in front of him whilst he was praying, and he pushed back the boy, and the younggirl, and the two young girls.
He used to wave to those whom he saw greeting him whilst he was praying. There is also a hadith that describes how the Shaytan tried totempt him whilst he was praying, so he grabbed him and strangled him, as he had seenhim with his own eyes. From these ahadith and others we learn that he did not close hiseyes when he prayed. And Allah knows best.
Because of this great benefit, the Sahaabah, may Allah be pleased with them, used toenjoin one another to do this and were very keen to remember to do this thing which somany people nowadays take so lightly. See al-Musannaf, no. The Sunnah in pointing with the forefinger is that it should remain raised and moving,pointing towards the qiblah, throughout the Tashahhud.
This is what a personmisses out on if he only memorizes a few soorahs especially the short ones andadhkaar. If we study what the Prophet peace and blessings of Allah of upon him used to recitein his prayer, we will see this variation. Allaahumma naqqani min khataayaaya kamaa yunaqqaa al-thawb al-abyad min al-danas.
O Allah, cleanse me of my sins as white cloth is cleansed from dirt. OAllah, wash me of my sins with water, snow and ice. Indeed my prayer, my sacrifice, my living and my dying are forAllah, the Lord of the Worlds: no partner has He.
With this I have been commanded,and I am the first of the Muslims those who submit to Him.
33 Ways of Developing Khushoo': Humility and Devotion in Prayer
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