The Place Of Prayer

You may well wonder, “Must there be a specific place for prayer? What does location have to do with praying?” Surely, one can pray everywhere and need not specify a special place…

This said, the human brain is closely related to the magnetic and radial field by which it is surrounded. Both the positive energy resonating from the ley lines under the earth’s surface and the effect of the radial field by which the person is surrounded during the time of prayer are exceedingly significant.

Also, as the brain waves radiating from the people surrounding the person who is praying can merge with their own to form extremely strong waves, praying with a congregation can produce profound results. Thus the Rasul of Allah (saw) says:

“When three people come together and pray, Allah will not decline their prayer.”[1]

Some examples of optimal places of prayer are:

The Kaaba, Arafat, the Baqi cemetery in Medina (where the Rasul of Allah (saw) is buried), House of the Virgin Mary in Ephesus, near the cemetery of the companion Ayyoub Sultan in Istanbul, and all other tombs and cemeteries of eminent saints. Praying in the presence of a saint with a congregation will also produce exceptional results.

Two important factors to consider are:

  1. The energy resonating from the magnetic field of that particular location.
  2. The energy resonating from the spirit of the person buried there.

Thus, when one prays with the reinforcement of this field of energy, the probabilities of their prayers being accepted or actualized is much greater.

[1] Abu Nu’aym, Hilya.

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