Introduction to Islamic Health and Healing

Posted on: July 10, 2012

Bismillah hir rahman ir raheem – In the name of Allah, the kind, the merciful.

As Salaamu Alaikum wa Rahmat Allahi wa Barakatuhu – May the peace, mercy and blessings of Allah be on you.

I am starting this blog to share important information and advice with you, based on my experiences in the area of health, and hoping to bring you some lifechanging principles with which you can enhance and improve your own life InshaAllah – God willing.

Although the content of the health information is mainly Islamic in origin, it is suitable for everyone regardless of background. All of it is based on my own knowledge, experience and trials which began approximately 20 years ago when I was diagnosed with ME, although the condition had been ongoing for some time previously and I was not aware that anything was wrong.

The experience took me down a difficult and traumatic path which fully isolated me from everyone and resulted in living a very low level of existence with no help or support from any single person. No-one understood what I was going through and I could not fully explain my illness and disability because my mind was in a fog at the time.

I explored many different avenues in the search for answers as doctors said there was no cure. As a result of the research, reading and study into health, and after attaining seven healing qualifications in Reiki and Pranic Healing, I began to recover my health.

However, it is only recently that I discovered a permanent healing method, which has nothing to do with any of the healing methods and knowledge I had previously acquired. This healing has been at a spiritual, mental, physical and emotional level, and does not require me to take any vitamins or minerals and I feel completely whole Alhumdulillah – All thanks to God.

I have learned some important lessons on the way Alhumdulillah – All thanks to God – and will share them with you in future InshaAllah – God willing – so you too can benefit from them.

It is my sincere wish to help as many of my brothers and sisters in Islam and in all of humanity to live with the full enjoyment of health and the resulting joy which comes from having vibrant energy and wellbeing InshaAllah – God willing.

In the meantime I will leave you with a gem of wisdom:

“Health is the greatest of all possessions” Ali ibn Abi Talib (r.a)

Wa salaam – With Peace

Bano Younus

10 July 2012

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