Guided Meditation: Relax in Divine Surrender

The Islamic Meditation Audio Experience Soundtracks have been specially designed to take advantage of subtle and unique audio properties, and are best experienced using headphones.

Because of the nature of the Guided Meditation Soundtracks and the effect they have on one’s subconscious, they will have additional benefit when listened to just before sleeping at night.

By allowing the mind to absorb positive programming as the last activity before sleeping, your time spent in rest will result in a powerful reprogramming of the neural connections that form the brain to better reflect Truth and a reality based in Peace and Prosperity.

That being said, feel free to take advantage of the Guided Islamic Meditation Audio Experience at any time.

  1. Sit or Lay Comfortably
  2. Wear Headphones
  3. Close Your Eyes
  4. Relax and Breathe Gently

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24 Comments on “Guided Meditation: Relax in Divine Surrender”

  1. Salam MashaAllah. this is amazing. I was wondering the LOA course that you have, does that include meditation.


  2. May Allah Azzawajal bless you reward you and make you successful for making us feel we are in the presence of Allah SWT and our Nabi SWA. My battle I am on the edge of nawama to muthmahina. Allah has blessed me to find your program to help me with this journey. I was at muthmhina stage when I asked myself ok I have arrived at this stage now can I remain in that stage if I get married and have children in-laws and work? It was 36 year journey I went from muthmahina to nawama. Your story about shaitan helped me to understand that Allah took me on this journey to bring everything to surface. InshAllah with Allahs help your guidance I can go back to Muthmahina but through understaning this time.
    Jizzakum Allah khairen

    1. Thank you dear Afroze for your kind duas and your support of our programs and courses. May Allah Almighty make easy for you the path, remove obstacles from the way and guide you to that with which He is most pleased. To your divine and eternal success.

  3. Alhamdulillah syukur Ya Allah for this beautiful short courses about Islamic Meditation. Thank you and May Allah bless you and your team. I must say i needed this more than anything and I hope one day I will be able to learn directly from you Ihsan for I have been in search of a good teacher for a while now. I have had a bit of spiritual experience in 2004 before the tsunami that strikes Acheh. My late father has advised me to find a good teacher. But with little knowledge of Islam, and being a single woman, it makes the task more difficult. I am from Malaysia and yes I so much would like to learn Tasawwuf inshallah. I will try and meditate with the audio guidance soon Inshallah one sweet day. May Allah bless you and your team and grant your wishes and give you Jannah. Ameen

  4. Salaams Ustaad Ji:)

    Thank you so much for the program…SubhaanAllah, I am blown away by the way you have set up the meditational program…I have listened to hundreds of meditational videos over the years, hoping something will stir my heart to open once again, none have been able to touch my heart as much as this has…I love the simplisty of the music, relaxing yet has a beat that uplifts at the same time…The strength of your voice aIso compliments the audio not over powering the message or music but giving out strength of faith…I am looking forwards to the rest of the programme and the new year ahead…May Allah almighty carry on to bless you and your team…Alhamdulillah you are changing lives…

    Fi AmmanAllah
    Your student

    1. Alhamdulillah, we are very happy and grateful you are enjoying and benefitting from the program. May this course continually be a source of guidance, light and blessings for you and your loved ones. To your divine and eternal success.

  5. Essalm Alaykum Brother Ihsane
    That’s what i was looking for 😊
    Im Totally Amazed 😇by this Meditation i’ve felt Great and in Peace My Body was rocking back and forth as i was getting more relaxed and my arms were shaking my whole body was lining more down till my hands touch the ground again my body start rocking from side to side was a wonderful feeling i start crying when i felt the light inside my heart i was saying the Word of Allah in my heart ..
    I am looking forwards to the rest of the programme ..
    Thank you Sooo Much for making theses videos did an Excellent Job 👏
    Allah Bless you 💚

    1. Walaykum salaam wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh, sister Fatima. Masha’llah, wal-hamdulillah. This is why we created this program, and are very happy you have found it and found benefit. May Allah Almighty increase you and deepen your connection with He. Best and most blessed regards.

  6. Salam Ihsan,

    I’m new to and happy to find your website with spiritual guidance. I’ve been practicing meditation for almost 3 years and I searching more meditation with Islam music. It is not really clear what’s been said on the background, can you please tell me, I think I heard one saying “ya Rabbi”, which I really liked and maybe you can answer me this question to please, why you referred to God mostly in the meditation instead of Allah swt. I feel much more connected through the name Allah swt. I’m sorry i taught i’d say how I felt about the meditation.

    Good job Ihsan, May Allah SWT guide us all in to divine grace and make us grow closer to Allah swt.

    Salam Alaikoum brother

    Have a nice day.

    Rokia from Belgium

    1. Blessed greetings Rokia, and welcome to our site and community. This particular soundtrack includes the dhikr, “Ya Haleem,” which is calling upon the Divine name of Allah Almighty that means and is often translated as “The Forbearing.” We use this dhikr to call upon that divine quality of God within ourselves to develop more strength, patience and peace.

      Regarding my use of the term, “God,” you will notice that in much of my work I continually use different terms when referring to the Divine. This is for several reasons, but I will briefly explain two here.

      1) The truth, reality and essence of Allah Almighty is ultimately absolutely unknowable. Any particular term or label used to point towards the Divine is but a reference and pointer that ultimately falls short, and when we fixate on one particular concept, it naturally leads to a limitation in knowledge and understanding, and can even ultimately become a self-projected mental idol.

      By using different terms to refer to the Divine, not only do we highlight different perspectives and dimensions when seeking to know and connect with the Divine, we also prevent the mind from fixating on “possessing” or claiming God. We must be absolutely humble when referring to and taking the name of God, and take great care of not slipping into ego and arrogance.

      One of the great friends of God once when seeking to begin his prayer was in such a state of awe and bewilderment with regards to the truth and reality of God that every time he would raise his hands for the takbir tahrima, would not be able to complete the phrase, “Allahu Akbar,” and would lower his hands, only to try again and be unable to proceed.

      This continued for some time, and finally he was asked why he kept raising and lowering his hands, and yet not be able to begin the prayer. His response was to the effect, “How can you so easily take the name of God and not be overwhelmed with awe?”

      This reverence and respect for the absolute greatness of God is also why some previous nations never directly mentioned nor wrote the Name of God as it has been revealed unto them, except perhaps in but the most consecrated state.

      2) Most of the content I produce is in the English language and for an English speaking audience, and the term “God” is the universal reference to the Divine in this language. Allah Almighty has revealed himself throughout human history with different names, and in fact states to us in the Holy Qur’an to feel free to use any of them when calling upon He, [7:180]. That being said, the Arabic Names of God carry the greatest power and vibration, and so we use these often preferably in reference and in worship.

      I hope that helps clarify and answer your question. Again, welcome to our community and may the Light of God continue to grow and blossom in your heart.

  7. Hi I came upon your website by chance. Have recently been studying the cause and effect relationship of things happening in my life. Law of attraction and Islamic interpretation of it is what led me here. Various questions used to arise in my mind regarding destiny and free will.. empathy and qadr. Blame and forgiveness.. things I am struggling with and hopefully will find an answer to, God willing. Thank u for sharing this guided meditation.

    1. Blessed greetings and welcome, Mariam. May your continuing search for knowledge and wisdom be divinely blessed and supported, and may you attain to success in this life and the next. In God’s divine peace and protection.

  8. What a gift you’ve given us. Your teaching, dedication and knowledge are so appreciated, inspiring and beautiful. You live your teaching and it’s truth is felt a a deep level, in the heart. How timely to have you step into my life as mother recently passed. Thank you. The teacher arrives when the students are ready.

  9. Salaam Ihsan, greetings and blessings of Allah on you. I also discovered this site by YouTube suggestion of Islamic meditation, was no accident obviously since everything is from Allah. My teachers have taught me to seek knowledge from knowledgeable scholars with proper chain and transmission of knowledge. Would you kindly share your chain for meditation practices.
    Ghayr Insha’Allah and Jazaakallah

  10. Assalam Aliakum, I have realized that my heart is the portal to connect with Allah and the divine – and I need to cleanse my heart from the base feelings that our hearts naturally gravitate to – fear, anger and greed – and this wonderful meditation will help me align myself with the divine rather than the worldly. Deeply grateful to you and may Allah’s abundant mercy and compassion be yours

  11. Assa laa moe alaykoem
    I am overjoyed that I discovered this website and all the related resources. I just knew their had to be the Islamic version of Oprah’s Super Soul Sunday. Algamduliellah!! I already downloaded all the podcasts and I can’t wait to get on the road-running or driving so that I can listen to the podcasts. I have truly longed for this. I am so appreciative of all the resources and guidance. My only regret about listening to the podcasts on the road is that I won’t be able to take notes. I feel as if every second sentence is a sentence I must capture. Shukran shukran

  12. Asalamu Alaykum,

    Thank you for your teaching so far. I am enjoying the free mini course and am now trying to download the meditation audio. Now, when I click on “download audio” it takes me to a weblink, and I have to be connected to the internet to listen to this. I would like to listen to this without it using up my data every time, or to be needing to be connected to the internet (I put my phone onto airplane mode overnight anyhow).
    How can I actually download this file please to be able to listen offline?

    Jazaku Allahu Khairan.

    1. You are most welcome, Erum. May you and your loved ones as well eternally be blessed and in the peace and protection of the Divine.

  13. Assalamu Alaikum!
    Ihsan and team, I am truly grateful for everything you are doing. This audio gave me great peace at a time when my heart is restless.

    May Allah reward you all greatly, you and your families. Jazakh Allahu Khairan.

    1. Thank you, Halima. Please remember us in your prayers. May Allah Almighty increase the peace in your heart, and always keep you in the company of those nearest to He. To your divine and eternal success.

  14. I cried quite a lot through this, it was emotional! I think this side of Islam is so vital, it’s what I’m looking for and as a new Muslim it can be hard to find at the masjid. You are taught a lot about how to pray perfectly and to recite the Quran but meditation and zikr doesn’t come into it. I really hope to do your course in the future.

    1. Peace, blessings and light be with you, Helen. Welcome back home to the path and the way, may God Almighty continue to bless and guide your every step. We look forward to having you with us within the Spiritual Excellence courses and community. To your divine and eternal success.

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