Fill Your Life With Endless Gratitude This June
Do you have very little in your life to be happy about?
Do you get very few gifts in your life?
Would you rather your husband did things your way?
Do you feel unloved and unappreciated?
Do you feel bad when accepting help?
Do you find it difficult to accept compliments?
Do you find it problematic to thank others?
Do you find it hard to see anything good in your husband?
It’s time to attract more in your life!
Cultivate a life of endless gratitude!
Live an enriched life, filled with gifts!
Get more help from your husband!
Get the love that you want in your life!
Allow the help of others into your life!
Be a woman who is loved and praised
Create a life that is filled with blessings!
Bring out the best in your husband!
Create a life filled with abundance!
This June, Grow With Gratitude!
I'm here to help you cultivate endless gratitude this summer!
Be a gracious receiver of all of the gifts and blessing in your life!
Let's work on cultivating love and harmony in your marriage & life so that you become a Cherished Muslimah!
Connect To Allah's Generosity, Benefaction and Bounty
A Cherished Muslimah is grateful for her blessings by connecting to Allah through His beautiful names.
This June, cultivate your love trait by manifesting endless gratitude through submitting to Allah’s beautiful attributes of endless giving!
Love in Abundance
A Marriage of Gratitude
Listen to The Heart Song!
Kickstart your love-connection with your spouse by saying thank you at every opportunity and each time you hear verses of a ‘heart song’!
Focus on what you have and be grateful for every blessing and watching them multiply! Inshallah, Ya Shakur!
'Be like the rose: allow your small buds to flourish with gratitude for every blessing'
- The Four Traits of a Cherished Muslimah Workbook
The Cherished Seasons Course
Why don't you join me and other like-minded women in the sisterhood,
and cultivate 12 habits throughout the four seasons of the year!
Wellness By Dawn Sabeeha
Fennel is known as the oil of responsibility and being a guardian requires being responsible.
As we enter May and are focusing on the final habit of leadership, which is Guardianship, for this month's oil of the month, I have chosen Fennel.
This month, let’s see how Fennel oil can support us with our role as guardian over our homes, our children, all those who are in our care and all those whom we have responsibility for, including ourselves!
The Wombspace By Nibela
The Guardian Womb
May is officially the last month of spring, and as this season draws to a close, we can take the opportunity to see how we can apply the habit of guardianship in relation to our womanhood.
Guardianship can be seen as the role we have when we are guardians over others and responsible for them.
This month, we will explore merciful guardianship, how we can be guardians over our menstrual cycles, what guardianship is for women without children and guardianship in pain and loss.
Would you like to find out more?
And so I sat down and wrote everything (well, not everything!) that I wanted to tell you about The Four Queens of Paradise, Our Ladies Asiya, Maryam, Khadijah and Fatimah (may Allah be pleased with them all!), the fours seasons and the merciful womb, and the lessons we can take from the beautiful flowers around us.
And I've made them available to you for free!
I can't wait for you to read them!
The Four Queens
Tap Into Our Lady Maryam's Gratitude
Our Lady Maryam (may Allah be pleased with her) was the grateful devotee of her Lord.
She acknowledged that her gifts were from Allah, and was sent food from Him.
She was ever grateful.
Reflecting On Flowers
Reflecting On The Grateful Rose
The rose is the flower of summer loving!
She starts from a bud and blossoms through gratitude
She is the epitome of Allah's gratitude promise; flourishing in abundance
Sara was with the lovely Neelum at Mother's Planet recently on Inspire FM Luton. Among other things, they were discussing:
- Wisdom vs. manipulation/not taking responsibility, time and intuition
- Justice vs hurting others/ourselves and self-discipline
Listen to her here.