Often when we are faced with tough or important decisions in life, we may consult our family and friends. However as Muslims we have also been given the opportunity to ask Allah for guidance.
Salat-ul-Istikhara is a prayer that the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and the Companions (AS) used to perform when they needed guidance with important decisions. It is encouraged that we also implement the practice of Salat-ul-Istikhara in our lives.
Today, many people reserve Salat-ul-Istikhara for decisions related to marriage and relationships but it can be applied to all aspects of life. As Muslims it’s recommended that we always seek the guidance and support of Allah in all the good that we do.
During this FREE seminar you will understand exactly what Salat-ul-Istikhara is, learn how to perform it, gain a deeper understanding into what happens after you perform Salat-ul-Istikhara and receive advice on the best way to make decisions from an Islamic perspective.
This seminar will be delivered by the energetic and engaging Shaykh Kauther Ali who has been delivering seminars and courses for decades in the UK and abroad. Shaykh Kauther has a passion for the Qur’an and loves to explore Tafsir whilst taking students on a journey through the last revelation.
As well as delivering Islamic seminars and courses, Shaykh Kauther regularly conducts international tours which include Al-Aqsa and Umrah. When he’s not teaching the Islamic sciences, Shaykh Kauther spends his day teaching young students at a state school or delivering humanitarian aid to people in need around the world.
While this seminar is open to all, we do ask all guests to kindly dress modestly and respect the dress code of the mosque that the seminar will be held in.
There will be segregated seating for men and women. The organisers reserve the right to refuse entry or evict any person or group at any time. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.
During this seminar, we will have a short fundraising segment to support Islamic Help’s livelihood projects which empower families to earn their own income and no longer rely on support from humanitarian aid organisations.