Ramadan, a spiritual approach
Ramadan of the Muslims is the holiest month of the year, as it was the month when the Koran revealed to the Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him). Ramadan is a season when Muslims all over the world join the 30-day spiritual practice of fasting and conscious prayer. Muslims are usually the only religious sector in which members are encouraged to stop and pray 5 times a day and say that grace is not one prayer before meals.
This 30-day period is the time of forgiveness, protecting your consciousness and your divine direction. It is possible to release the deep-seeded needles that we deliver to ourselves and others. Indeed, the time of renewal is to include everyone. The quick aspect of Ramadan is a bit tough for some. At sunrise, at sunset, participants do not eat or drink anything, including water. Before and after, you can choose anything except drugs and alcohol. Further limitations include the rejection of rumor and "guilty speech" and, if alone, abstain from sex. During this time, the purification of mind, soul, and body is crucial. You get rid of the disturbing effects, so some Muslims read Qur with a cover to discover the form of devotion at this time.
Many times I did Ramadan as a non-Muslim and I must admit that it is not always easy, but the effects are strong. I have realized that there are ways, regardless of our religious beliefs, to participate in this fast and tradition of tradition and to benefit from our lives.
You can choose to do the aforementioned traditional practice during the Ramadan, which begins in the United States on May 15 and ends on June 14th. The dates are in line with the lunar calendar used in Islam, so it changes every year. You can also choose to make your own version of a holy practice that will talk to you. Your version may include food, but it may not become liquid during the day or for 30 days as Vegans. You may have a praying partner to join 3-5 times a day. You can also choose a book that encourages you to use a dedicated tool at this time. Your commitment to the key process.
If you are not fast enough or praying, I would like to share with you a practice that you can consider during the holy time.
1. Write down a desire you want to manifest to yourself. Describe a desire you want to see for a friend or family member. Write down a good desire to see someone you don't like. Review this list 5 times a day between Sunrise and Sunset.
2nd In the morning, write 10 things or people you are grateful for in your life.
You can write down the same or something else every day for your colleagues.
In the evening write 10 people or situations that require great and small forgiveness. You can write the same or something different every day as your former boss, for the quality you want to release from yourself.
This process can be performed in the form of fasting or devotion. When we focus on the good life that we have in our lives and forgive those we believe in forgiveness, we open ourselves to healing and countless blessings. Others, especially because we do not like, are similar to what the Bible says when we say that we must pray for those who persecute us.
When reviewing the list of desires, you are in contact with your subconscious mind and let you know your requests. If you want to take one step further, you can add your senses. When is the desire diagnosed, what do you feel? How does he look like?
One of the magic of Ramadan is that if you miss a day for travel, health or other reasons, you can add it until the end of the Ramadan season, so you can always spend a full 30 days. In addition, if you are a sick, pregnant, older or underage child, you do not need to attend. It is suggested that you feed someone every day.
Fasting and devotion are tablets of spiritual work. I urge you to use this time and energy to transform an area of life that can use rejuvenation.
Allahu Akbar = God Higher!