Channel: Musleh Khan
Series: Musleh Khan - Ask Musleh
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Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh brothers and sisters, this is your brother Muslim Khan here and we are continuing our tips on memorizing the Quran. And we're at now, video number six. So today we're going to be talking about choosing the simplest and easiest sources and begin with those first. So you want to try to choose the sutras that you commonly hear other reciters choosing when they're leading the prayers, when you're going to your local Masjid, you might be hearing portions of salt at the scene, or just I'm constantly being recited, these are the sutras that you want to focus on for a number of reasons. Number one, is simply because you're constantly hearing them. And
simply by hearing them, it will make the whole process of you memorizing them a whole lot easier. And then secondly, just the whole confidence of memorizing a surah that you constantly hear. And that's a popular surah that's going to really boost your confidence to give you what you need to feel that you have what it takes to memorize code. And that's really important, because many people will start off memorizing code and they'll memorize like one or two chapters, and then they would either quit or slow down. And then before you know it, what was supposed to take them one or two years is now taking them five or 10 years long. So you don't want that to happen to you. So the
first part of this is choose the easiest sodas and the most commonly recited sodas first, and begin with those. The second part that I want to mention to you is also very important that is to set up a routine for yourself. Now I'll tell you what scholars have done in the past. And even many of them do it till today. They take their day, and they divided into three categories. So the first category is usually before fetcher. And if you want you can start it even after fetcher. And that time period runs until around vihara time. So that chunk of the morning is devoted to memorizing and memorizing you're not revising anything, you're just simply memorizing and taking as much new information or as
much new sources as possible. Now, having said that, as you continue the day, from somewhere around 100 time to acid or even past that tomorrow, you can even go and stretch it out to close to a short time. This is the time period of the day where you're going to be devoted to simply reviewing what you've memorized. So you want to select portions of that time period of the day. And just review and review as much as you can. Now all right shot time onwards until fetcher again, this is basically what scholars title your alone time with a lot, I sell a job. This is the time where you put all all the sources that you've memorized, you put them together, you devote maybe two rakaats or four
records, and you start to recite the sutras that you've memorized and you've reviewed for the day, you tried to perfect them. Any words that you mispronounced, or any vowels you misplaced here or there, you start to perfect the recitation at the third part of the day. So that's perfecting the recitation. So this is what scholars they would do. I can tell you honestly even from my own experience is really really effective. It's a method that I use until this very day. So May Allah subhanho wa Taala make it easy for all of you. I hope this helps. And stay tuned for video number seven on the tips of memorizing Quran was Salam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh