As reported by Abu Hurairah, Rasullullah (saw) said, “Every deed of the son of Adam will be multiplied between ten and seven hundred times. Allah, may He be glorified and exalted, said: Except fasting. It is for Me and I shall give the reward for it specially as he gave up his desires and his food for My sake.”
May Allah accept our fasting in this blessed month of Ramadan, and also the doing of various good deeds for His Pleasure. And may Allah forgive and wash out all our past misdeeds.
HijamaEnergetics is open all through Ramadan, insha-Allah.
It is recommended to break the Ramadan fast with dates. When the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) broke his fast, he would start with dates. Salmaan ibn ‘Aamir al-Dabiy narrated that he heard that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “When any one of you breaks his fast, let him break his fast with dates for that is a blessing; if there are no dates then with water, for that is a means of purification.” (Tirmidhi, 658). Limiting oneself to date and water when breaking the fast is very beneficial, because it introduces food into the stomach gradually, so that it will be prepared to receive food after that. Ibn al-Qayyim (may Allah have mercy on him) said: The fact that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) broke his fast with fresh or dried dates or water is very beneficial to the health, because fasting empties the stomach of food and there is no nourishment to be sent to the different parts of the body. Sweet foods are quickest to be absorbed and processed, especially if they are fresh, so they are more readily digested. If there are no fresh dates, then one should eat dried dates because they are sweet and nourishing. If there are no dried dates then a few sips of water will extinguish the pangs of hunger and the heat of fasting, to that the stomach will be prepared to receive food. It was also narrated that Anas (may Allah be pleased with him) said: I never saw the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) pray until he had broken his fast, even if that was with a drink of water. The fasting person should not be extravagant in the food he eats at night in Ramadan or eat too much. Ramadan is a time for worship and obedience to Allah, not a time for fancy meals and full stomachs. Ramadan is an opportunity for the fasting person to learn to be economical and moderate.
HijamaEnergetics Is Open Throughout Ramadan
To resolve pain and address health issues, HijamaEnergetics will be open all through Ramadan. If you are suffering from any bodily pain or struggling with any chronic health issues, know that you can still have your HijamaEnergetics session done in Ramadan. The general rule is that if you feel fine and don’t feel a drastic drop in energy while fasting, then Hijama is permissible to be done. On the other hand, if you feel tired and fatigued while fasting, then its better to postpone a Hijama session to after Ramadan. If you have any questions on this matter, feel free to contact us by phone or email.
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