Meanha from Inspirited Minds joins us to discuss, in depth, the concept of ‘Religious OCD’ and how it can affect an individual’s life, as well as some practical ways for overcoming it.Read More
Category: Episodes & Shownotes
The Deenspiration Podcast Show features several episodes, each with different topics and/or guests, and include a lot of useful information and resources for listeners to benefit from. These episodes can be heard through iTunes, Soundcloud, Stitcher, or other audio podcasting apps.
During the episodes, the presenter, Usman, usually refers to the 'Show Notes' and asks listeners to visit these pages for more info.
These episode show notes include a summary of what happened on the show, info about the guest, and any important links / resources that were mentioned. These are also the perfect place to leave any comments and feedback about each episode.
The episodes can also be listened to directly from these show notes pages through the audio player.
Have you ever felt sad, frustrated or hopeless when you’re unable to do as many good deeds as you’d like to? Maybe you think that you’re not a good enough Muslim for Allah to love you, or for you to attain Paradise? In this episode, we break down why this mindset needs to change.Read More
Can an improper use of social media effect a Muslim’s quality of worship and overall spirituality. In this episode, Omar Usman (Fiqh of Social Media) breaks it down.Read More
Mohammed Faris – founder of Productive Muslim – joins us to explore a snippet of the daily routine of the most successful man to have ever lived – The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh).Read More
Shahbaz Mirza , founder of Ramadan Legacy, joins us to reflect upon the deeper meanings of Ramadan, sharing the experience which transformed his outlook on the blessed month and why it’s such a special time.Read More
Personal Ramadan Reflections, Top Productivity Tips & Fun Facts! How does Shaykh Amer Jamil...Read More
Zara Mohammed joins us to discuss her journey towards becoming the first ever female President of FOSIS, the challenges she faced along the way, and her advice for aspiring female Muslim leaders out there.
Watch this inspiring episode and take home some gems of wisdom.Read More
The Ramadan Legacy Planner is a gorgeous, all-encompassing tool packed filled with features to help you mentally and spiritually prepare for Ramadan, as well as work through a 30-day action plan to unlock your full Ramadan potential.Read More
We all know the virtues of memorising the Qu’ran, but for most of us, we lack the motivation and practical understanding of how to go about doing so. What if you have a busy life? What if you’re past the ‘prime age’? In this episode, Shaykh Suleiman Hani shares some essential tips and motivation.Read More
During a history class, Heraa Hashmi’s classmate confidently claimed that Muslim don’t condemn that acts of violence carried out in the name of their religion, leaving her frustrated.
Three weeks later and a 700-page Google doc later, MuslimsCondemn.com was born. This is her story.Read More
EP 19: Islamic Societies & The Student Life Balance (feat. Zara Mohammed, Sajjad Khan & Naairah Aftab)
Islamic societies, for many Muslim students, are the backbone of their University experience. In this crucial life-stage of learning, self-discovery and spiritual development, how do we ensure we maintain a healthy student-life balance?Read More
For so many of us, emotions like sadness, anxiety and depression are a part of our lives, dictating the quality of our lives from how we feel, to how we act around others, and how we feel about ourselves.
Is it okay to feel these emotions, or should we feel bad for doing so? Isn’t this a sign of having a lack of faith?Read More
What is mental health, what are the various types of illnesses, and how do we approach this topic as Muslims in a manner that conforms to our faith, but not the ignorant cultural norms? Join us in this vital episode with Shaykh Abdul Hameed.Read More
When many first practice the Deen, excitement and zeal can take over to the extent where one may face an identity crisis or personality disorder. How do we find a healthy balance when practicing our faith?Read More
As Muslims, whenever we perform an act of worship, we always check to ensure our intentions are pure so that we can attain the most rewards from Allah. But what about our everyday mundane activities such as eating, sleeping, or working? Can those be considered as an act of worship too? The answer is YES, and this is how you ‘hack’ your intentions to do it.Read More