Ezra Hewing

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    “And We send down, of the Quran, that which is a healing and a mercy to the believers.”
    – QUR’AN: Sura Al-Isra, verse 82
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    ISLAM HAS ALWAYS valued the importance of good mental health and emotional wellbeing.
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    As well as being a revelation from God, for Muslims the Qur’an is a mercy to those suffering with emotional distress and leads the way to a meaningful quality of life.
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    Over a thousand years before the development of western psychology, the psychological language of the Qur’an
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    described destructive emotions and harmful conditioning as the nafs al-ammara or, the commanding self.
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    As a source of healing, the Qur’an can guide a person to overcome the inner turmoil caused by the nafs al-ammara and bring the Peaceful Self or nafs al-mutmainna into being.
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    Since it was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad (SAW), the Qur’an’s essential guiding principles have helped Muslims restore balance to their lives and secure their emotional health and wellbeing.
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    This brochure has been produced with guidance from practicing Muslims to help people who are seeking support with accessing good emotional health and wellbeing mash’Allah.
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    “There is no disease that Allah has created, except that He also has created its remedy.” Hadith
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    “O Allah’s Messenger! Should we seek medical treatment for our illnesses?’ He replied: ‘Yes, you should seek medical treatment, because Allah, the Exalted, has let no disease exist without providing for its cure.” Hadith
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