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My 3 days with Nabi (a) and the prayer he taught me.

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Soccer

My 3 days with Nabi (a) and the prayer he taught me.
« on: January 12, 2022, 02:23:39 PM »
Salam

There is a significant group of Shiites that are also against Tawasul, particularly about directly talking to Mohammad (s) and his family (a).

There was a point when I sort of came back to Islam, but I had a lot of doubts.

I said what if sorcery upon Quran is from sorcerers because they know Mohammad (S) and his family (a) would rule the world but we would lose our freedoms and it would be a dark age. As I noticed there was sorcery upon Quran, this was the main reason I came back to Islam and so the counter arguments were always bothering me. This is an example of a doubt I had.

Anyways, I was unsure, about Tawasul as well. But I took a leap of faith and performed a Ziyarat of Nabi (a) not as his grave but from my house. We say "peace be upon you O Prophet" in Salah, but for some reason I didn't think we can ask for intercession and for him to ask forgiveness for us, because of the Wahabi propaganda that has also poisoned a lot of Shiites to doubt our resources from Ahlulbayt (a) teaching Tawasul.

Anyways, that night I slept for no more then 7 hours for sure, but I experienced what felt like a 3 day time period with Mohammad (s).

To give a background, I had NOTHING GOING in my life, nothing. School was nothing, hardly any of it done and no computer science courses done except a discrete math course of it.

I wanted to go back to school but in my head, I was going to probably not do well or drop courses or fail.

When I entered my dream, I appeared in a dimension hard to explain. But I was told to recite surah Falaq by Mohammad (s), and then unveiled enemies.

He showed me how to freeze them and then attack them with "the name of God", the main emphasis of Nabi (a) was how to recite the "by the name of God..."

Then came harder enemies, some that would freeze me, and he would say, say "by the name of God..." (and to end of Surah Falaq) and I would have to say it in my heart, because my tongue was frozen, my body frozen, but it would unfreeze me then I would attack.

What was noticeable while I saw and heard the Nabi (a), they didn't.

I kept on going and going, one level of enemies, and then another.

Different types of skills, include, speed array of arrows from light, was taught to fight them, all by Surah Falaq by the Nabi (s).

Then near the end, the Nabi (s) said recite this and half of it was Arabic and half of it English and it was because it was Telepathic the communication and I realized it was fully telepathic whole time.

I recite the prayer in Arabic now.. but I will say it English here except the word Welayat which is ambigous in English but just means a relationship that the context shows what it is:

"O Who's Welayat over Mohammad (s) is not like Mohammad's (s) Welayat over believers, and made Ali's (a) Welayat over believers like that of Mohammad's (s), help me against the Satan a mighty help"

Then he unveiled Imam Mahdi (a) to me, and Prophet (s) showed me to say it very humbly and very desperately:

"O father of help/rain (ghayth) (this was in Arabic, I had to look up with Al-Ghayth meant after) help me"

Then he made turn my addressment to God and say:

"By your compassion/mercy oh most merciful/compassionate of the compassionates/merciful"


I told my social worker at the hospital about this vision. I think she said it perhaps is a sign, she worked with it. She didn't dismiss it but didn't emphasize on it either.

Anyways, I went back to school, and got the highest mark in comp sci course I took first. Then 2nd term, 3rd highest mark in class, and so I began to build confidence.

I know if I didn't resort to dark sins after, I would be finished my computer science degree now.

But inshallah, I repent, and finish my degree (not much left).

This has given me so much clarity - to Quran and Sunnah as well. I understand Ghadeer speech very clearly and how Quran has used the Words Wali, Awliya, and Mawla from how Prophet (s) taught me how to reach out to God and Imam Mahdi (a).

Anyways, believe me, don't believe me, doesn't matter, I thought it was time I share this story in detail.
« Last Edit: January 12, 2022, 02:32:32 PM by Soccer »
By the name of God, the (universally) Compassionate, The (extremely) Compassionate; for the unity of the Togetherness; Is their unity in the travels in the winter and summer. So let them Worship the Lord of this household. The one who fed them from hunger and gave them security from fear.

Mythbuster1

Re: My 3 days with Nabi (a) and the prayer he taught me.
« Reply #1 on: January 15, 2022, 07:08:32 PM »
What a load of RUBBISH about time you went and saw a shrink Dimwit

muslim720

Re: My 3 days with Nabi (a) and the prayer he taught me.
« Reply #2 on: February 22, 2022, 02:50:39 AM »
This has given me so much clarity - to Quran and Sunnah as well. I understand Ghadeer speech very clearly and how Quran has used the Words Wali, Awliya, and Mawla from how Prophet (s) taught me how to reach out to God and Imam Mahdi (a).

With dreams, I am quite level-headed, as in, I do not make anything out of them more than what is prescribed.  If I have a good dream, I ask Allah (swt) for it to become a reality.  If it is a bad dream, I do the necessary prescribed by the Holy Prophet (saw).  Much of our dreams, in my experience, are due to unresolved thoughts or ideas that we banish to the back of our brains.  We do not make sense of them, so they recur in our subconscious.

Irrespective of what you think of dreams, I cannot see your conclusion follow from your dream and subsequent experience (success in school).  Just because you had a dream in which, like in a video game, you went to different levels and had to slay the boss, then the other boss, et cetera, does not mean that you understand a past event like Ghadeer or how to reach out to Imam Mahdi (ra).  In other words, your conclusion does not follow from your premises!

Reading your posts - I do it when I want to torture myself - I cannot help but feel bad for you.  However, you need to learn that just because you have thoughts, you're not entitled to broadcast them.  If every person broadcasted every thought he or she had, and then assign some higher meaning to each, the world would be in more chaos than it already is.

More than speaking your mind, you need to practice self-awareness.  When you are out in public, try to "watch" yourself in a third person perspective and notice how others respond to you.  That will be a good start for you.
"Our coward ran from those in authority" - Iceman (admitting the truth regarding his 12th Imam)

Soccer

Re: My 3 days with Nabi (a) and the prayer he taught me.
« Reply #3 on: February 22, 2022, 04:36:36 PM »
More than speaking your mind, you need to practice self-awareness.  When you are out in public, try to "watch" yourself in a third person perspective and notice how others respond to you.  That will be a good start for you.

You are correct about this part. I need to also choose silence where appropriate and speak where appropriate so that my words have more meaning. Be tactical in speech.

Thank you.
By the name of God, the (universally) Compassionate, The (extremely) Compassionate; for the unity of the Togetherness; Is their unity in the travels in the winter and summer. So let them Worship the Lord of this household. The one who fed them from hunger and gave them security from fear.

 

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