Guided journals to cut through the overwhelm, tap into your connection with Allah, and infuse your daily life with the light of Islam.
You want to nurture a deeper, more personal relationship with Allah, but don't know where to start.
You are stuck in the daily grind of life and your worship feels empty and disconnected. You want to live Islam in every part of your day and amplify your acts of worship, but where do you start?
The simple template in The Dua Journal will guide you in meaningful reflections, realign you with your intentions, and help you use the power of dua to bring about fulfillment in all areas of your life.
With regular use, you will experienc eease in taking on new habits, maintaining motivation and focus in acts of worship, and growing through a positive cycle of goal setting and achievement.
Choose from 4 varieties of The Dua Journal
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Journey to self-discovery, healing, & transformation.
Each section is carefully crafted to encourage your mind to positivity, grounding, gratitude, peace, and most importantly trust in Allah and hope in a brighter tomorrow.
I love everything about it - from the easily accessible (and authentic) duas that precede each entry, to my personal favorite - an iman goal a day (to keep Shaytan at bay). This is a journal so well thought through and I plan to use it together with all my family, kids included.
- Aisha -
Having a full time job and going to school as well has made me realize I need to learn to relax and self reflect! This journal allows you to realize the positive things in life and allows you to think about all the great things that happened that day.
- Mona -
Ten minutes a day, at least to be thankful for the great stuff that happened during the day, to make dua (pray) for myself, my family, my friends and my community; set my goals, finally, when they are achieved, to be proud of myself.
- Habiba -
I tend to stress over missed days and then give up on journals, but I don't see this being a problem with The Dua Journal. Love this journal and plan to buy a second one once I fill the one I currently have!
- T's Mom -
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