Browsing All posts tagged under »Stress Management«

Du’as for Studying or Seeking Knowledge, and Taking Exams

March 3, 2012

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Du’as verified by Rafik Beekun and Ahmad Saad.  Please email me directly (via leaving a comment below for any additional request or suggestion) Last updated: March 21, 2012 Source: theislamicworkplace.com Seeking knowledge: 1. Du’as from the Qur’an for seeking and mastering knowledge: These ayats from the Qur’an are from: (i) Surah Taha (Chapter 20), verses […]

Video Preview: How does Islam guide us in managing stress?

February 1, 2009

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The short excerpt below is from the “Islamic Management Series” of lectures, and this specific lecture is by Professor Beekun and Dr. Tahar Salaat, and is part of a series of ten lectures in the DVD set. The Islamic Management Series set can be ordered either from Dr. Beekun’s online store at: http://www.theislamicworkplace.com/Books.html or from […]

Islamic Management Lecture Series now available on DVD

January 25, 2009

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Professor Rafik Beekun, University of Nevada This past week, in joint cooperation with the Shura Council of Southern California and Dr. Muzammil Siddiqui,  we  just completed and launched an “Islamic Management Series”  lectures on DVD covering 10 lectures based on the training workshops which I have conducted globally with Islamic for profit and not for […]

Islam and Stress Management (Part 6): Relaxation and Humor

January 6, 2007

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by Rafik Beekun at the Islamic Workplace blog Sources: http://www.fridaynasiha.com and compiled from “The Lawful and The Prohibited in Islam” – Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi, p. 292, Sheikh Jamal Zarabozo’s article on ‘The Manner of Joking in Islam’ from Islam House, and an article from Islamway At times, Muslims can take themselves too seriously, and present too […]

Islam and Stress Management (Part 5): A Video To Help You Relax

December 23, 2006

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The Mayo Clinic has long been rated as one of the top health institutions in the USA, if not the world. Anytime you are experiencing stress or just wish to relax, here is an effective video exercise from the Mayo Clinic that you can click on from anywhere in the world that will help you […]

Islam and Stress Management (Part 4): Islamic Coping Mechanisms

December 23, 2006

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By Dr. Tahar Salaat, MD, Assistant Professor of pathology, Faculty of Medicine Cairo University.  This article is reprinted here with the permission of Dr. Talaat. Note: numbers in the article below refer to the reference sources listed at the end of this article. This article builds upon the three other articles previously posted under the […]

Islam and Stress Management (Part 3): Underlying Processes

December 22, 2006

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 by Rafik Beekun This article builds upon the two other articles previously posted under the category labelled “Islam and Stress Management” on our blog. Let us examine different types of stress, how they work and their potential effects on you. In general, there are two types of instinctive stress response: the short-term “Fight-or-Flight Response” and […]