Meditation is a practice with wide reaching roots in many religions. In Islam, meditation is most widely in the form of the five daily prayes. But, meditation is enjoined in the night hours in prayer as well. Meditation for the Muslim provides means to forming a link with the spiritual self as one seeks a deeper connection with Allah. As this connection deepens and becomes more permanent, we become better acquainted with our inner selves and motivations.

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Considering Islam
A discussion of the relevance of Muslim daily prayers as a meditative device.
Islamic Voice: Does Islam Permit Meditation
Meditation in Islam is discussed in contrast to meditation in some eastern religions.
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