Re-Wire Your Brain To Wake Up For Fajr


Assalam Alaikum,

Over the last few days, I’ve been encouraging you to attend my web-class on How To Wake Up For Fajr.

I know you’re busy and may not have been able to fit it in your schedule, so I’m going to lay out one of the techniques in this email.

Fair Warning: This is going to sound weird, but trust me – it works.

Here’s the ‘Brain Re-Wiring’ process:

  1. Current Reality: Take a minute to write down everything you typically do from the moment you wake up until a few minutes later when you’re fully awake.

    (If you’re like me, you’re practically a zombie first thing in the am, but because of that, you probably do exactly the same things every morning and didn’t notice how consistent you currently are. Write down your current pattern – the exact steps you take. Do you hit ‘snooze’? How many times? What do you do when you finally get up?)

  2. Desired Reality: Write down exactly how you want it to be for the first 2-3 minutes after you wake up.
    For example, here’s what I do, but you could do something similar that works for you:

    Open eyes, immediately sit up on the bed, then turn the alarm off and say the dua for waking up: ‘alhamdulillha hilathee ahyana ba’da ma amatana wa ilayhi nushoor’, drink a glass of water, walk to the bathroom, say the dua for entering the bathroom, then do wudu.)
    Make sense so far? Good, because here’s where it gets weird…

  3. Set Up The Lab: Set up morning time conditions in your room. This might include having your bed ready, putting your slippers next to the bed, wearing your pyjamas, etc.
  4. Use Discipline Wisely: Instead of trying to force yourself to be disciplined at 6am, when you can’t be reasoned with, I want you to use your discipline now, while you’re wide awake. Practice 20-30 times acting out #2. Set your alarm 1 minute in the future, and do precisely what you want yourself to do in the morning.
  5. Enjoy Your New Habit: Set your alarm at the correct time tomorrow morning, and you’ll most likely do what you’ve just trained yourself to do.

    If not, tomorrow, in the middle of the day, repeat step 4. Remember, you’ve been practicing your current habit thousands of times (literally every day), so it might take a few days of practice before you nail your new habit. However when it’s done, you’re a winner – and every day you win, the Desired Reality will reinforce itself.

So, that’s my trick on how to train your brain to wake up for Fajr. If you want more details, you can watch this web-class.

Peace, Love & Blessings.

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