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The Qur'an & Emotional Health: An Introduction

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    Joe Griffin & Ivan Tyrrell
    HG Publishing
    Human Givens: A New Approach to Emotional Health and Clear Thinking
    Joe Griffin & Ivan Tyrrell
    HG Publishing
    The Commanding Self
    Idries Shah
    The Octagon Press
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    The Qur’an
    Translated by M. A. S. Abdel Haleem
    Oxford University Press
    Islam the Natural Way
    Abdul Wahid Hamid
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    How to Master Anxiety: All You Need to Know to Overcome Stress, Panic Attacks, Trauma, Phobias, Obsessions and More
    Joe Griffin & Ivan Tyrrell
    HG Publishing
    How to lift Depression…Fast
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    By identifying needs which could be better met, you can use these questions to help you think constructively about how to improve your emotional well-being insha’Allah.
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    Stress, anxiety, anger, depression and addiction are the result of needs not being met.
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    We are also gifted with awareness, or an Observing Self
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    path of those who have received your grace; not the path of those who have brought down wrath, nor of those who wander astray”
    QUR’AN, Surah al-Fatiha, verses 6 and 7
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    “Guide us on the straight path, the
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    Practicing Ramadan, giving our attention only to Allah (SWT) during Salat and practicing relaxation exercises (see here) can help us to learn greater self-control.
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    This is one reason why we follow any comment about the future with the phrase Insh’Allah: ‘If God Wills’; the future is not something we can know in the present.
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    Long-term memory
    Empathy and rapport
    Imagination
    Emotions and instincts
    Rational thinking
    To know the world through patterns and metaphors
    An Observing Self
    The Dreaming Self
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    “The Muslim Ummah is like one body. If the eye is in pain, then the whole body is in pain, and if the head is in pain, then the whole body is in pain.” – Hadith
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    Connection to others and the wider community
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    Control of the Nafs or self:
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    “Trust in Allah, but tie your camel first.” – Hadith
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    When physical needs are not met we quickly die, but our emotional needs, although less easy to appreciate, are also vital for our health.
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    Learning deep relaxation exercises and addressing unmet emotional needs improves the quality of our sleep insha’Allah.
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    However, depression is a highly emotional state. When we become emotional we are less able to think clearly, which is why people experiencing strong depression often find concentrating on tasks or making decisions difficult.
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    Anxiety disorders include:
    Unrealistic fears and worries
    Panic attacks
    Phobias
    Obsessive compulsive behaviours
    Post-traumatic stress reactions
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    Headaches and migraines
    Skin complaints
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    Depression
    Anxiety disorders
    Burnout – becoming overly involved in
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