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  • Kas1m
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    So Recovery is getting close to Allah and Drive is to just memorise it? Did I get that right?
    You're kinda right there. The intention and the goal matters. One needs to stick to it.

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  • Woahthere
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    I have a theory about well-being and qur'an. So put simply qur'an is supposed to be easy for us but it can be hard why when we do things the wrong way.

    If you think about it this way: our body operates in three different systems threat, drive and recovery. Ideally we should be in recovery and that does not cause stress on our system.
    Qur'an should mostly be in the recovery OS however when we memorise its easy to go into the drive OS especially when we try go too fast through the quran. And/or we forget that our intention is to get closer to Allah rather than just memorise the whole thing.
    So i think its important that we are consciously aware we are in the recovery OS as much as possible when reading and memorising quran.

    Anyways i dont want to go to deep into this and its still a working theory. But i think this is mostly the reason why begginers are put of hifz and easily burn out. And its a nice way to explain to others so they may understand how to approach beginning their hifz.

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  • Silent being
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    This thread was once among the sticky threads. What happened?

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  • Silent being
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    Originally posted by Fakhri-bin-Ali View Post
    (Sr Silent being? Has to be this one, surely...?)
    Yap it's the one. May Allah reward you ten fold for all your help.
    Thank you.

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  • Fakhri-bin-Ali
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    (Sr Silent being? Has to be this one, surely...?)

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  • Rahma.
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    Jazakumullahu khayran for this thread.


    I heard there are people who memorise without looking at the Mus-haf unless they really really really have to. I find this interesting.

    Anyone memorise this ^ way? What's you're experience of it? I feel this will probably be very effective as the brain is forced to remember and retrieve with best effort which seems may lead to independence of the Mus-haf... ?

    I've a theory that people who can't read may have better memorising skills. Cos they can't rely on getting into from reading which makes them pay attention to holding info in memory when they hear it. Take modern times for example, people don't feel the need to remember things cos they'll just search/read it on the net as and when they need it.

    Listening is the original way of memorising Qur'an too, meaning, this is how the prophet, sallallahu 'alayhi wa sallam, recieved it. So it intrigues me.

    I also find it amazing that the Qur'an is recited with melody and it's encouraged to beautify the voice (without exaggerating): melody really helps with memorising.

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  • Umm Uthmaan
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    Originally posted by Abu julaybeeb View Post

    erm not really
    since alot of it is one ayat stop think recite

    only when reciting the whole surah could be but i walk slow and do it

    (i recite read alot to memorise then stop imagine spelling it in my head then say it aloud )
    Okay.

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  • Abu julaybeeb
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    Originally posted by Umm Uthmaan View Post

    Interesting. Do u feel out of breath when u recite while walking?
    erm not really
    since alot of it is one ayat stop think recite

    only when reciting the whole surah could be but i walk slow and do it

    (i recite read alot to memorise then stop imagine spelling it in my head then say it aloud )
    Last edited by Abu julaybeeb; 27-07-19, 09:35 PM.

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  • Umm Uthmaan
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    Originally posted by Abu julaybeeb View Post
    i find walking outside and memorising easier
    Interesting. Do u feel out of breath when u recite while walking?

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  • Abu julaybeeb
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    i find walking outside and memorising easier

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  • Umm Uthmaan
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    Originally posted by Silent being View Post

    That quote hit me right in the feels. I feel really low and I know why.
    I couldn't see the quote earlier when I read you post for some reason. Yeah that statement is haqq :(

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  • Silent being
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    Originally posted by Umm Uthmaan View Post

    What's the matter sis?
    That quote hit me right in the feels. I feel really low and I know why.

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  • Umm Uthmaan
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    Originally posted by Silent being View Post
    What's the matter sis?

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  • Silent being
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    Originally posted by Rumaysah~ View Post
    Re: Hifz Experiences


    If they ask you "why are you sad?"
    Tell them truthfully and say to them
    "I rarely make istighfar and I left reading the quran"
    ...

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  • umrahexperts
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    InshahAllah, Allah will give you a reward.

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