Soul Talk Counseling Services is a professional service which provides Islamic counseling.
What’s special about Soul Talk?
- Total confidentiality: Counseling is done over the phone and via emails and live chat, thus maintaining total confidentiality
- Completely professional service by a Counseling Psychologist
- Reduced Cost: As compared to face-to-face counseling, and other online counseling sessions, Soul Talk’s fees are minimal, keeping in mind the general interest of serving people and helping those in need.
- Lots of options depending on your choice (email, phone calls, live chat)
- We do not prescribe medicines or any psychiatric drugs.
- Is counseling only for people with serious mental disorders?
- Is visiting a counselor a sign of weakness?
- Do I need counseling?
- Who is Soul Talk’s Counselor?
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If you feel uncertain about whether you should take up counseling, you can make an appointment for an introductory session and discuss your reservations
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Are you a woman who has a strong desire to contribute to the Ummah?
Are you a person who yearns to gain reward by spreading Islam, but you don’t know what to do and how to start?
Here is a list of 33 ways in which Muslim women can contribute to the Ummah. Simple, maintaining the limits of the Shari’ah, and very effective!
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33 Da’wah Ideas for Muslim Women by Umm ‘Eesa
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A REVERT’S COMPANION
Society pressure… Life’s challenges… Torn between family and religion??
Here is a very useful book for Reverts of all ages, from all walks of life.
What will people think?
Being a Muslim today we think is tough
Whatever we do just doesn’t seem enough
Criticized we are from head to toe
So a secular picture we want to show
Shave off that beard, discard that hijab
Pants below the ankles, outdated is the jilbab
Just take a puff, have a drink or two,
Pleasing people is so important to you.
Oh its only one date and the last one is this
Only a night out, just one salah to miss
Christmas sweets-you can’t refuse your friend
So just appear non religious, just pretend.
But how long, O believer, with this hypocrisy?
How far from Allah will you flee?
What not will you do for mere people around!
And then in distress you prostrate to the ground!
So where are the people you used to please?
Left you have they, upon your knees?
You put your faith in danger for their sake,
Yet, Allah will forgive you for your mistake.
Did you finally get the acceptance, the praise?
The love you yearned for with those haram ways?
People will live for a century or less
Then we return to Allah, for the final address.
So was it really worth it- those unbound fears
Sacrificing our Afterlife for these few years?
Let’s look back and see: what have we gained?
Is it confidence and strength or misery and pain?
We may be ridiculed and forsaken too,
But you know the Hereafter is there for you
And that’s the real life, the life to come,
In comparison, this world is not even a crumb
The dunya is only an enjoyment of deception
Shaitan tricks us to follow every desire and whim
So what must we do? Put our trust in Allah.
Our goal is Jannah, it’s not very far.
Was the Prophet spared from being insulted, reviled?
Or to the fear of people was he tied?
Did he ever think the world would shun him?
The answer is evident in the population of Muslims.
They called him a mad man, sorcerer, a liar,
But that only made his Iman soar higher
Intestines of animals they threw on him
Tortured and tormented he was to the brim
Abused and slandered, his companions were
But the life of the akhera they did prefer
Whether one or a hundred called them names
They did not care if their houses went up in flames.
What iman, what piety and trust in Allah!
You can do it too, who said you are barred?
Stand firm for Islam, for Truth and justice
For sure Allah’s pleasure you don’t want to miss.
Yes, you can change, this moment on,
Come on, admit it, hasn’t the realization dawned?
Allah’s hands are ever open for you
Just take that first step to start anew.
Now, dear believer, fear none but your Lord.
Give up all those lies and get on board
Obey Allah, be truthful to Him
It will wash away unhappiness and your numerous sins.