Neyyah in Islam
Neyyah, intention, is the most important part of all of the Muslims’ deeds. Before performing any of the obedience acts, Muslims should intend that his deed is for the sake of God. Learn Quran and Quran will teach you every good manner.
Seeking satisfaction of God
When praying in the presence of others, try to struggle to make your intention for God sake and not for any worldly advantage, and do not share your intention with any other people, and always say to yourself: Oh heart, this deed is for Allah sake and not for any of His creation. You can avoid this, by just concentrating on your Salah and taste the beauty of it, try to reflect every word you are saying in your Salah. Also when you start learning Quran, try to make your neyyah just for Allah sake, either you are learning traditionally or online, try not to memorize just for show off. If you do any of the worships, remember that you are doing it for Allah sake, so if you do the prayer, the charity, the fast, the learning and memorizing of Quran or any of the righteous deeds for the sake of praising and flattering you, so this is considered shirk.
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