“Your Lord says, ‘Call upon Me, I will answer you.’ ” (Qur’an 40:60)
Have you ever wondered how a believer should really make du’a?
Are there factors that can make one’s du’a more accepted or rejected?
What is the Prophetic way to make du’a to Allah Most High?
Du’a is one of the greatest acts of worship.
Through du’a, we strengthen our relationship with Allah Most High.
Through du’a, we recognize our neediness and poverty.
Through du’a, we divert our focus from this world to the Next world.
The powerful impact that du’a has on developing and maintaining our spiritual connection with our Creator should never be underestimated!
The true Muslimah finds joy, relief, and contentment in the act of calling upon her Lord!
Learn how to make du’a! Study a small selection of ‘rabbana’ supplications from the Qur’an, while simultaneously learning the essentials and etiquette of du’a.
Teacher: Naielah Ackbarali
Day: Every Thursday for 3 weeks
Start Date: June 18th
End Date: July 2nd
Time: 2 pm – 3 pm GMT (10 am New York / 3 pm London / 5 pm Makkah)
How: Online via Zoom
What Your Will Learn
- Meanings of short ‘Rabbana’ Qur’an supplications.
- The etiquette of supplication (du’a).
- Factors that prevent du’a from being answered.
- The qualities of sincere believers.
- Islamic life advice and solutions.
- June 18th: Calling For His Guidance (Listen For Free Here)
- June 25th: Calling For His Help
- July 2nd: Calling For His Forgiveness
- Classes are based upon traditional scholarship.
- Three LIVE video lessons for 60 minutes each.
- One-year access to recordings.
- Discussion Forum to ask your questions.
- SISTERS Only.
- Teenagers ages 14+ can register.
For more information, please read our course policies.
Naielah Ackbarali is the founder and CEO of Muslima Coaching. She is passionate about inspiring Muslim women by way of spreading the beauty of living an Islamic life.
She was born in Port of Spain, Trinidad and moved to South Florida in her childhood. She obtained her BA degree from Florida State University with a double major in International Affairs and Sociology. In her early twenties, she moved to Amman, Jordan to study classical Arabic at the Qasid Institute.
In 2007, she married her husband and moved to Damascus, Syria, where she lived for almost 6 years, while simultaneously studying various Islamic sciences with top traditional scholars of the Hanafi madhhab. She moved back to Jordan in December 2012 where she is currently residing alhamduliLlah. She continues to study the deen with scholars in Amman.
Naielah has a strong interest in women’s issues, like the fiqh of menstruation and marriage. She has spent the past 14 years studying and solving menstruation problems in the Hanafi and Shafii madhhab.
In her spare time, she teaches Hanafi fiqh to both women and young adults. Read student testimonials here.
In 2020, she launched a fiqh answers service for women on the Muslima Coaching website, where free answers related to women’s issues can be easily accessed.
Naielah is a trained strategic relationship coach, certified life coach, and a certified NLP Master Practitioner. Combined with her knowledge of the shariah sciences, coaching experience, and personal marriage of 13 years, she also offers faith-based wife coaching and couples coaching.
She is an author and has written five books. (Find them on Amazon.)
Read client testimonials about Muslima Coaching here.
$15 USD (non-refundable)
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Live Session Classes
Lesson 1: Calling For His Guidance
Lesson 2: Calling For His Help
Lesson 3: Calling For His Forgiveness