25 Signs It’s Time To Let Go And Move On With Your Life

“You can’t have a better tomorrow if you’re thinking about yesterday.”Charles Kettering explained, in one sentence, why exactly it is so damaging to live in the past. Your past might have been wonderful. The memories you made might be irreplaceable and full of magic. No matter how powerful they feel, though, your memories are just that. They are ghosts of the good times, and can not compare to living in the real thing.

You have a wonderful gift today. You have the power to close the current chapter in your life. You can decide that it’s time to start a new chapter – or even a new book. Today can be “day one.” Choose to build a better life. Fill it with even greater memories. You have the opportunity to make each year even greater than the last one.

Unfortunately, you can’t do that if you remain stuck in the past.

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Finding The Balance Between Your Dark & Light Qualities

The spiritual journey is one scattered with a great deal of emotions. You will have moments when you feel euphoric, you will have moments of despair when you start to question what it is that you stand for and there will be moments when you are fully focused and moving in the right direction in your life.

It is an all-around experience, it is light and dark, yin and yang and you will experience a full range of emotions on your journey. Finding comfort with this fact and being prepared will help you to deal with the spiritual experience, although in some cases being unprepared is an inevitable part of your awakening.

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How To Change Your Life For The Better In One Month

I want to start off by saying that I am in no way an expert on this thing we call life. I have had my fair share of ups and downs (trust me) and on this roller coaster ride they are inevitable. I have been at some pretty low points and have resorted to some pretty extreme measures in order to “help” myself or “save” myself.

What I learned, after various attempts to “fix” myself, was that I had the power all along, and all I had to do to turn my life around was to be able to see that. Self-help books didn’t help, counselling didn’t help, and other “healing” techniques didn’t seem to help (for me anyways) because as I said, the only thing that was stopping me from having a good, purposeful life was myself and I needed to learn that I held the power within me. I held the power to step into who I am and trust that I had what it takes inside of me to let go of past issues and be who I am meant to be.

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Path Finder Spell

This spell is a spell I like to use when I’m not sure which aspect in my life I need to be improving upon such as finances, spiritual aspects, my physical well-being, love, career, etc. This spell is akin to divination, a technique that I like to use to help guide me along my path.

Spell Intention:

This spell is meant to help guide you to focus on an area in your life that you need the most work.


  • White Cloth - preferably thick cotton
  • Paper
  • Pen
  • Purple Taper candle - for spiritual guidance, representative of divination

How the Spell works:

You will need to do this spell on a clean table and you’ll want to use a cloth that you are not worried about potentially dowsing with candle wax. Before beginning the spell, meditate on the aspects of your life that you feel are the most pressing in your current state. For example: love, wealth, and mental health. Let’s say, these issues were very pressing for you.

Draw symbols or sigils that represent each of the aspects such as a heart for love, a dollar sign for wealth, and a wavy line to represent stress. Once you’ve drawn the symbols on your piece of paper, place the candle just above the symbols on top of the paper. As the candle wax burns down, watch where the wax directs itself to. The aspect with the most wax accumulated is the aspect that you need to focus the most on at the moment.

You can even use this spell to help narrow down decisions within an aspect of your life. 

How Each Moon Phase Affects Different Aspects Of Our Life

The moon carries pretty significant and specific meanings for different types of people around the world. A variety of cultures and religions used to worship the moon, and even used the different phases of the lunar cycle as a calendar. Many major religions still celebrate their holidays in accordance to the moon.

For example, Easter Sunday is celebrated on the first Sunday after the first full moon that follows the Spring Equinox. The Chinese New Year occurs on the second full moon after the Winter Solstice.

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Most of us are deeply concerned with living meaningful, purposeful lives and want to know what God wants for our lives.
Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; In all your ways acknowledge Him, And He will direct your paths. Proverbs 3:6
Psalm 25:14 says, “The LORD confides in those who fear Him.” Surrender your life to Him, give Him first place in your life, have a close walk with Him, read His word. He will guide you to where you need to be, often through pain and trials, but His comfort and presence will be there all the way.

Spiritual Signs, Symbols, & Synchronicities

“Our lives are not our own. From womb to tomb, we are bound to others, past and present. And by each crime and every kindness, we birth our future. I believe there is another world waiting for us, a better one. And I’ll be waiting for you there.” – Robert Frobisher, from the movie, Cloud Atlas. 

The Spiritual Signs and Synchronicities Abound 

What path are we on? Is life just a nine-to-five treadmill that we run on every day? Are we just meant to wake up, work, and then die? Are we really paying attention to our lives? The spirit world is! The spirit world is always there, always present, and always sending us many signs, symbols, and synchronicities. The spiritual path is simply the journey of our lives. Everyone in life is on a spiritual path, it is just that most people don’t know it! When we have a spiritual awakening, spirit becomes aware of the shift in our vibration, energy, and frequency. It becomes aware when a person is awakened with a willingness to step into the knowledge that has always been.

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We Need a Ramadhān
  • We Need a Ramadhān
  • Abū Uwais Abdullāh Alī (rahimahullāh)

Ramadhaan is a month of Forgiveness.

Ramadhaan is a month of Rahmah.

Ramadhaan is the month of generosity.

Ramadhaan, the month that Allaah subhaanahu wa ta’ala accepts the Tawbah of the servants, and the month that Allaah blesses His servants.

We are in need of Ramadhaan to correct ourselves, for we have forgotten Allaah tabarak wa ta’ala for the majority of the year.

To correct ourselves for we have been neglectful.

To correct ourselves for we are not upon the remembrance of Allaah.

To correct ourselves because our hearts have gotten hard, some hearts are dead, some hearts are sick, some hearts are stone-cold, some hearts are black, getting no benefit whatsoever. Some hearts are so bad, and so ill that they see a good as a Munkar, (as an evil), and they see an evil as a good. These are not as they should be.

We need a Ramadhaan. We need a Ramadhaan because our connection with Allaah tabarak wa ta’ala is not correct.

We need a Ramadhaan because we do not have any Khushoo or devotion in our Salaah.

We need a Ramadhaan because our Qura’an has dust and is sitting o­n a shelf.

We need a Ramadhaan because we never read the books of Sunnah.

We need a Ramadhaan because we don’t fast, and if we fast physically without food or drink, we don’t fast with our eyes by lowering them and our tongue by not slandering and our tongue by not lying and back-biting. We need a Ramadhaan to get ourselves back in order, to work for the Hereafter, to connect ourselves to Allaah tabarak wa ta’ala.

We need a Ramadhaan because relationships brother to brother and sister to sister is in a miserable condition.

We need a Ramadhaan because we have bad thoughts about o­ne another.

We need a Ramadhaan because of dhulm, injustice to o­ne another.

We need a Ramadhaan because there is backbiting, there is envy, there is jealousy, and there is slander.

We need a Ramadhaan because we are despicable, because we are sick, because we are  ill. (All these are diseases of the heart)

We need a Ramadhaan because we don’t believe in the promise of Allaah tabarak wa ta’ala, or if we do, we do not  implement it.

We need a Ramadhaan because it is time for us to change and become something better then we are now.

We need a Ramadhaan because that is the o­nly thing that is  going to get us together.

We need a Ramadhaan because we don’t have unity, there’s no brotherhood.

We need a Ramadhaan because there’s no respect for elders.

We need a Ramadhaan because there’s no real love between us.

We need a Ramadhaan, full of love and the Mercy of Allaah tabarak wa ta’ala.

A Ramadhaan like we come in, like in a clinic or a hospital, trying to solve our illnesses, trying to come out of there without the disease we came with, trying to be better than we went in with.

We need a Ramadhaan. Look around you, look to your right, look to your left, look in front of you and look behind you and you’ll say,  “We need a Ramadhaan”.

The sisters aren’t covering properly, we need a Ramadhaan. Brothers and sisters are mixing. We need a Ramadhaan. Talking o­n phones and o­n the internet, we need a Ramadhaan. This is a mess, we are in a fix, we are in a bind, and this is a problem… We need a Ramadhaan. We need a Ramadhaan to get ourselves together.

We need a Ramadhaan, that we come in the Masjid and we face the Qiblah and we say “Allaahu Akbar” and we stand in qiyaamah a long time until those diseases, that filth, that sickness, that hardness  the heart goes away.

We need a Ramadhaan that reminds us of the Hell-fire. We need a Ramadhaan that tells us that we haven’t been given a certificate that we are people of Jannah.

We need a Ramadhaan that lets us known that we are servants of Allaah tabarak wa ta’ala.

Please hear/read additional beneficial lectures and articles on the blessed month of Ramadan here.

[Transcribed by Umm Hasna Firdous Bint Jabir. Full Transcript for the audio lecture here].

Why Deep People Often Feel Alone & Misunderstood (What They Can Do About It)

Do you often feel alone and misunderstood by other people?

Believe me, you are not the only one who feels this way. There are many people out there who are misunderstood and even underestimated by others because of certain personality traits. Paradoxically, these individuals are usually much more talented, intelligent and deep than those who reject them. Still, being uninterested in popular things along with being too reserved and introspective may make you appear a sort of freak to the mediocre minds.

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World Mental Health Day! 10th October.

“One in four adults and one in ten children are likely to have a mental health problem in any given year. This can have a profound impact on the lives of tens of millions of people, and can affect their ability to sustain relationships, work, or just get through the day.”

(Please note, that this information is from a UK site - to find your local site, do a quick search if you wish to donate.)

To learn more, please go here. I’m always here if you need to talk to somebody.

“Mental health starts with me.”