How to Memorize the Quran as a Female Adult

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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to memorize the Quran Classes? After all, if you’re an adult woman and this idea never occurred to you before, you’re not alone. Many Muslim women today have no idea how much they could benefit from memorizing the Quran because they’ve never been exposed to what a rich, fulfilling experience it can be, both in the short-term and long-term!

Learn the Structure of Surah Yasin

The Quran is divided into 30 parts, or Juz’. Within each Juz’ there are one hundred and fourteen surahs (chapters). Each surah is broken down into verses, which normally vary in length from three to thirty-three words. One of these surahs is Surah Yasin, an integral part of The Great Testament. It consists of thirty-nine verses, seventy letters and eight hundred fifty-two letters in total.

Teach Yourself the Arabic Alphabet

The Arabic alphabet is known for its unique style, which may be tricky to learn at first. Some of these letters are written differently depending on where they are in relation to other letters and words. Once you’ve mastered how it works, you can move onto learning how it sounds. This will take time and patience, but your hard work will pay off in terms of being able to read a holy book that is thousands of years old.

Set Yourself Achievable Targets Set yourself realistic targets. Taking on too much at once will result in burnout and you won’t have time for your family and other commitments that are important. If you haven’t memorized any pages before, start with one or two and make sure you spend at least 10 minutes each day practicing your recitation so that it gets ingrained into your memory! It is also a good idea to keep practicing in your spare time after Ramadan has finished, when possible.

Start Memorizing Every Day

An hour’s worth of memorization every day is usually considered enough to make progress. It’s important that you find at least a half-hour per day, though—anything less and your efforts will end up being for naught. Make sure you know how long it takes you to learn something and then set aside that amount of time daily—no more, no less.

Use Technology to Your Advantage

Learning from any resource at your fingertips can be helpful when attempting to memorize Quranic passages. With technology on your side, you have more access than ever before. For example, you can use YouTube videos or podcasts (like Howcast) that play recitations of key verses over and over again for about 15 minutes. Through repetition, you’ll be able to commit more verses and words to memory. Tajweed

Analyze Your Weak Spots and Strengths

When you memorize by heart, you’re literally forcing your brain to rewire itself and create brand new neural pathways. As any mother of a two-year-old knows, repetition is key when it comes to learning. And while there are many parts of the Quran that don’t vary in order, there are others that do—and these will be your weak spots. To strengthen these weaker areas, practice reciting those passages out loud again and again so they become ingrained in your mind.

By Master James

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