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Recite & Reflect™ is a project that offers Quranic Reflection workshops, courses, content and resources.


Feel the Faith | Session 2

Part 2 of a 16-week online course exploring emotions in the Quran

An online course exploring emotions in the Quran through reflection and a thematic study of Tafsir coupled with creative journaling and group discussion.

Live discussions will meet weekly online on Thursday nights from 8:30pm to 10pm (GMT) London time. You’ll get a weekly PDF outlining the discussion theme and related ayat for study and reflection, and we will share our Quran journaling, thoughts and insights during the live discussion on Thursday nights. This is a lightweight course to help us better develop the habit of Quranic reflection and approach it from a personally relevant angle.

To register for the second session of the course click here.

Here’s a quick audio answering your questions about the course:


Recite & Reflect Online Workshop

An interactive 4-week, online workshop on Quranic Reflection

The Recite & Reflect Online workshop is specifically designed to help you connect with the Quran on a personal level: relate it to your everyday life, ask the right questions, derive lessons and come up with the action points that become the first steps of your journey to being transformed by the Quran.

Live classes meet online on Tuesdays from 8:30-10pm (GMT-London) for four weeks, (4 sessions total). The course opens for attendee access on April 9th and the first live class will meet on April 10th, then after that on April 17th and 24th with the final class being on the 1st of May inshallah.

Recite & Reflect Online Workshop - October 2016

When you broke down the Tafseer of the verses in the story, there was so much that we could take from it. When I initially looked at it myself, I couldn’t get it. Alhumdulillah you have given us the tools and Insh’Allah we can start implementing them.

Online Workshop, May 2017


The Best of Stories

Journaling through stories from the Quran

To listen to the latest stories from this series, check out The Best of Stories


Begin with Barakah

Master your mornings, make the most of every day

Begin with Barakah is my system to help you master your mornings and take control of your days, and ultimately your life inshallah. It’s about making time for the things you really want to be a part of your life. From reciting the Quran, to daily exercise, to journaling, blogging or just breathing. This audio gives you a rundown of how it works by Sumayah from Recite & Reflect, and my guest and dear friend, Nilly. Enjoy 🙂 For more on Begin with Barakah, take a look at the latest posts on the blog.


Quran Dreams

2nd - 22nd of Aug 2016

One of my favorite parts of running the Recite & Reflect workshop, [which I’ve taught 6 times, to 100+ sisters, by Allah (swt)’s favor alone], is the part where sisters answer the following question: ‘Describe your ideal relationship with the Quran’. It should come as no surprise, but their answers blow me away; every single time…

Begin with Barakah: All About Affirmations

What exactly are Affirmations? How do they work?

Affirmations are a tool to help you articulate and define the experiences and outcomes you want to achieve. You’re essentially programming and influencing your subconscious mind to focus on the thoughts, values and beliefs that help you live a life that’s inline with your ideals.


[Interview] Using the Qur’an to Mentor You Through Life

Ramadan is the month in which the Qur’an was revealed as stated in the verse: “The month of Ramadhan [is that] in which was revealed the Qur’an, a guidance for the people and clear proofs of guidance and criterion…” (Al Baqarah 2, 185). This great and noble Book is the best guidance for mankind.

Classical Interpretation vs. Personal Reflection

I wholeheartedly acknowledge the role Tafseer plays in building your understanding and delicately enforcing the boundaries that keep us from falling into outright blasphemy. It goes without saying (although the Recite & Reflect method says just that) that referring to the Tafasir of our scholars is a critical step in reaching the correct understanding.