Advice: Muraja’ah & Mutashaabihaat
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Advice: Muraja’ah & Mutashaabihaat

Advice: Muraja’ah & Mutashaabihaat

بِسْمِ اللَّ الرَّحْمَـنِ الرَّحِيمِ

Assalaamu ‘alaykum wa Rahmatullah



Firstly, I find that my muraja’ah is very weak. Many times when I go to revise my daily portion it is as though I have to more or less relearn it. Is this something normal or am I doing something wrong? I do try to complete my revision in a set amount of time but at times I fall behind as I have to spend extra time working on the weaker parts. This is having an negative affect on my confidence with regards to my hifdhing ability
Secondly as I progress in my hifdh I am finding that I am increasingly becoming confused with ayah endings. I keep mixing them up. Is there any advice you can give in this regard.
JazakAllahu khayra,

Sister S



May Allah grant you continued ease & success with your hifdh – ameen.
1. To a small extent, this may be ‘normal’. However, what is important & what I am unable to ascertain via email correspondence, is the history of that hifdh. Meaning: when that hifdh was initially learnt, what was the quality of it? Alos, the pace at which you’re reciting is important – it should neither be too fast or too slow. And, depending on how much you are revising daily, you may need to increase the amount of revision, so that a cycle of revision is completed a little sooner, so that it’s easier to retain the hifdh.
in shaa Allah, this will be of benefit to you:)
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