When I was 18 years old, I began my career in healthcare. Taking care of the sick gave me a lot of satisfaction in life, and for a period of time, I was very happy with my job. Several years on, after looking after countless patients, I began to feel that there has to be more that I can do to make these patients feel better instead of giving them medication. I wanted to spend my time in an even more meaningful way. In fact, I knew that islam had the answer. Every day I thought, “Why are you wasting your time? This is not the work that you are supposed to do.”
Coincidentally, it was through my mother that I was introduced to the practice of Hijama – the traditional way of removing toxins from the body by letting out a little blood from the body.
I never knew what it was, but I was willing to explore further. During that time I already began to dive into Islamic medicine. I wanted to know more about it. Through my researches and studies, I discovered that Hijama was recommended by our prophet (pbuh), and this got me really, really excited. In my heart, I felt that it could be that one thing that can make my life more meaningful by orders of magnitude.
Imagine a woman, a daughter of immigrants, who used to believe that drugs where the only solution, out there helping people, removing their pain and agony in a natural way, and doing all of this while earning a living and reaping the rewards of Allah the exalted.
My headache has gone, and the shoulder complaints have been severely reduced. I feel much better now. After each Hijama treatment I feel reborn. My body experiences an inner cleansing. I am fitter, more energetic and feel so much better now. Do I recommend it? Without a doubt. I have gotten everyone in my vicinity to undergo Hijama treatments themselves just as my friend referred me.
In conclusion I have found the course to be very educative, especially the part about the human psyche and the self-healing capabilities. The taught theory could immediately be applied to real life practical applications, by means of practicing on each other. I recommend learning about Hijama to everyone. Take the first step towards a healthy treatment. Your health is all that matters!
Student of the Hijama Course
In fact, after so many years of practicing this art, I’ve come to realize that it is my responsibility to spread the practice of Hijama and allow almost anyone be able to do what I have done – earn a living in an Islamic environment, spreading the teachings of the prophet pbuh and most importantly, helping other people.
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