Secrets of Divine Love: A Spiritual Jour: A Spiritual Journey into the Heart of Islam

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About the Author

A. Helwa believes that every single person on Earth is deeply loved by the Divine. She is a writer who has inspired hundreds of thousands of readers through her passionate, poetic, and love-based approach to spirituality. Her popular blog @quranquotesdaily, was established while obtaining her Masters in Divinity, as a means of helping others overcome personal and spiritual struggles on their journey of experiencing divine love.
With over 15 years of experience writing and speaking on Islam and spiritual development, A. Helwa draws from her personal experiences and traditional sources to help her readers access ‘Divine love in everyday life.’
When A. Helwa is not reading at coffee shops, she can be found climbing mountains, camping in deserts, hiking through jungles, or reading about black holes. Learn more about her work and how to approach the Divine through love at

From the Publisher

Secrets of Divine Love

A Helwa

A Helwa

A Helwa

Additional information

Dimensions 14 × 4 cm
Publisher ‏

‎ Penguin eBury Press (17 May 2021)

Language ‏

‎ English

Paperback ‏

‎ 384 pages

ISBN-10 ‏

‎ 0143454242

ISBN-13 ‏

‎ 978-2090381030

Item Weight ‏

‎ 580 g

Dimensions ‏

‎ 20 x 14 x 4 cm

Country of Origin ‏

‎ India

13 reviews for Secrets of Divine Love: A Spiritual Jour: A Spiritual Journey into the Heart of Islam

  1. thewarriorarafat

    Amazing Book!Although, I don’t got enough time to read this book completely, the initial reading was amazing and IN SHA ALLAH I am goona read this completely

  2. iqra ahmad

    Waiting for so longBadly wanted.. extremely thankyou Amazon♥️🥺

  3. Placeholder

    Great bookVery good contents and informations,healings and spirituality best book, very nice to read, learn a lot.Thanks a lot

  4. Saba

    Must have for everyoneThis book i must say .. this is one of the amazing book i have ever read.. it’s not like some other random books.. it has it’s own beauty. Explains about important tasks of islam and more important things but in a most beautiful way. Author of this book is an amazing Author. Just go for it .. you’ll never once regret buying this beauty.. and specially you can even gift this to your loved once in ramadan as a ramadan gift

  5. Hussain F.

    Amazing book, very emotional.All praise to Allah for this book. As the author says not to praise her but to Allah, its one of the most humble statement by her. But All thanks to Allah for imparting the knowledge/words into the Author’s brains and let it out as this book. I am very much shook and excited and emotional after reading few pages. I felt I’m in the same line as the author’s narration when she expressed how she found Islam in a barn.. SubhanAllah, very nice book, and I would recommend it to everyone. I am still to finish it but I’m taking my time to digest it. A big thank you to the author also. May Allah bless you.. Only thing is, that the Quality of English is just SUPERB, so people with a bit less English knowledge would be

  6. Saf

    WorthIt’s really good

  7. Nabiha H.

    Just awesomeJust can’t tell you! right now how much i wanted this!

  8. Amazon Customer

    What A Book!!!Life changing. Will rewire your brain and align you with what you have been seeking – knowingly or unknowingly. If you are looking for a right perspective in life – this is a great work to start and stay with.

  9. PandaManda

    A very bizarre book, not “Islamic” at all. Returned to Amazon, would give zero stars if I could.I purchased this book after hearing glowing reviews from friends who said it had “changed their lives” and “brought them back to Allah.”I couldn’t get past the first chapter. The author starts out by claiming that “God is Love” but that is most definitely not an Islamic concept. Yes, Allah SWT is Al Wadud (The Most Loving) but we cannot say that He *is* ‘love’. This is more a Christian teaching than anything else, and made me wonder about the author’s credentials and their agenda.Moreover the author makes the absurd claim that God deeply loves all people… this is despite clear examples of those Allah does NOT love being named in the Qur’an, for example Abu Lahab, his wife, Pharoah, etc.I’ve nothing against spirituality, but I feel this book went rather beyond the pale in its claims, and for that reason I cannot recommend it. I would give it zero stars if I could.

  10. Sooshmita

    This book will help you find yourself and back to GodI come from a muslim family but never had interest in religion until I came across this writer on social media and was amazed by some of her post. Once I started to read the book I could not put it down. The writer supports her writing not only from islamic sources-Quran and Hadith but also poets and writers from the west which highlights how we all are looking for the truth and that one connection to God. you would learn that nothing in this world is worth getting stress over because life is very short and this is not the end. Once I finish reading the book I hope to start reading the english translation of the Quran. inshallah 🙂

  11. Eduard

    Spiritual, but non-scientificI’m spiritual. I accept all Gods from Hinduism to Christianity, Islam and even the non-theistic religion Buddhism. I found this book to start great but then the author starts doing some not-so-nice-things:Example: In section “Mystery of Breath”, the author encourages us to focus on our breath (just like Buddhist meditation), but then tells us to whisper the words “Allah”. Why use use a technique that comes from another culture/spiritual tradition and use it for your own selfish reasons?Example: In Chapter 2 “Who are you” the author uses a picture of Yin and Yang. Again, non-islamic tradition.Example: Section “Who you are to God” the author again quotes Thich Nhat Hahn, which is a Zen Buddhist monk.Example: Section “Polishing the Mirror of the Heart” the author links to studies done by the Heartmath foundation, specifically “The Energetic Heart Is Unfolding”. Have a look at those articles. I read them and have not been convinced. They sound very much like pseudo-scientifical which makes me think the author doesn’t have a very scientific, rational, critical mind.Stopped reading after that.

  12. HN786

    Divinely inspired writing that soothes the heart and soulHelwa often describes herself as a gardener, a writer whose style is to pick bulbs of wisdom from all of Creation that inspires her to God’s remembrance and in doing so she plants an inescapable garden in which the gentle breeze of paradise blows and a warmth blushes in a revived and refreshed heart. She plants the seeds and inspires you to water and purify those seeds for yourself by reflecting on key themes at the end of each chapter. One of the best things about this book is the practical tips and reflections for transformation at the end of each chapter. Helwa’s intention is not for you to just read this book but to tap into Allah’s description of true believers “we hear and we obey”. The end of each chapter gives you tips and tools and tangible action points to practice and manifest change and spiritual transformation in your life and ultimately reconnect to Allah and know who you are once you know Him and His guidance. This book is literally like walking through the garden of a soul who has found inner peace and wishes to spread and share the seeds of that inner peace with all of humanity. Helwa writes with a gentle manner and with a humility and sincerity that only writers of true faith can do. I absolutely recommend this book for newcomers to faith and those who feel themselves established too, for none of us can ever consider ourselves beyond reminders. At the end of the day we are only insaan and it is our test to persistently remember and return. This book takes you through all the core aspects of Islam and would be an illuminating addition to everyone’s spiritual library and actively seeking heart!

  13. Alina

    NOT a great purchaseif i could rate this 0 stars i most definitely would. the author has watered down Islam and started off the first chapter by claiming “God is love”. yes God is omnibenevolant however, God IS NOT love himself. This book has themes of agape throughout which is more closer to christian theologyThe author also mentions hearing God speak to hear and mentions God writing this book through her. Please do not even think of purchasing such a book ! It doesnt portray Islam in the correct light at all

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