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#31 [Permalink] Posted on 15th July 2019 11:44
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Assuming you both understand Urdu and both have heard this lecture by Mufti Junaid as this topic is widespread amongst all the related threads
www.muftisays.com/forums/27-sharing-portal/4563-on-the-pe...

Please also let me know if he says anything about having it playing in the background :)
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#32 [Permalink] Posted on 15th July 2019 22:49
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Brother I really believed when i said “you would know as you must have consulted some scholars”

I hope you haven’t mind me saying anything? I just said and moved. And i want to read many other threads here but i find no time. I don’t know about Mufti Junaid nor i have been to any of his lectures. I only listen to Bro NAK and Menk mostly. I am sorry again if you are hurt with anything. You all have been very helpful to me and I can never come with negative comments.

JazakAllah Khair
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#33 [Permalink] Posted on 16th July 2019 07:42
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You must have taken the wrong impression sister, but if my words seemed to say something different then I apologies and I have not taken anything from anyone for me to mind :)

Anyways, as MuftiMenk says, "If you don't ask, you don't get" (or won't know)

My reply with the link to the talk was meant to be first. (Immediately after yours and the brothers post) But I had to listen to the whole lecture again before posting to back my comments and therefore I posted a few other articles for reading whilst listening.

I don't consult scholars in every single matter, as mostly it's taught and learnt from them anyway.

Complex issues or individual scenarios do require consultation from the experts.

Your question has however been answered in more than one way, how that helps.

No worries, take your time in reading and listening, as long as you don't let Shaitan distract you away from your Fardh and Sunnah and of course Nafl ibaadah.
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#34 [Permalink] Posted on 16th July 2019 16:13
How do you sleep at nite?

Like a log!
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#35 [Permalink] Posted on 16th July 2019 16:59
Have the spellings of "night" changed to "nite" in British English?
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#36 [Permalink] Posted on 16th July 2019 17:03
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Nope.
Night is Night
Nite is Night
Night is Nite

Just meant to be an easy way out in spelling it.

But rite is not right nor is it write :)
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#37 [Permalink] Posted on 16th July 2019 17:30
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Hmmm! Interesting. They taught us only night. Now I know that nite is also there in British English. Although, it is being underlined in red while typing...
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#38 [Permalink] Posted on 16th July 2019 17:34
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Make sure you always spell it as Night as that's the official spelling. Nite is not official but still used.

Spelling it as Nite in an exam or something will end up giving you nightmares (then you can refer back to this topic) :)
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#39 [Permalink] Posted on 17th July 2019 11:21
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Thanks for understanding brother.
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#40 [Permalink] Posted on 24th August 2019 21:13
Assalamu alaikum... Is there a way to get rid of nightmares?
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#41 [Permalink] Posted on 24th August 2019 21:51

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W-Salam,

Yes & Easy.

  • Follow the Sunnah Adhkaar and methods of sleep (including being in Wudhu)

And follow this list in order:

  1. Walk/Run 3K 5 hours before sleeping. Do not cheat and do the full amount.
  2. Do not sleep in the afternoon
  3. Do not drink (normal) tea/caffeine 4 hours before sleeping
  4. Do not eat 3 hours before sleeping
  5. Do not drink water/liquids 2 hours before sleeping
  6. Refrain from looking at the glare of the screen 2 hours before sleeping
  7. No browsing or use of the Internet 2 hours before sleeping
  8. Make sure that the room is at a comfortable temperature for your liking and mattress is good.

Why?

If someone has done the Sunnah Adhkaar and done daily prayers then it is NOT Shaytaan which is bothering them in their sleep. It is their overhyped mind (due to Internet, YouTube, political discussions etc) and no amount of Adhkaar will rid you of hyper imagination (and resulting nightmares).

Tell the person to stick to this for 14 days and report back.

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