Transform My Prayer exists for one reason: to help you achieve consistency, focus and tranquility in your five daily prayers.
Once you acknowledge that there is no god but God, prayer (Salat) is the single most important action of your life.
It's the first thing you will be asked about on the Day of Reckoning.
It's the last thing you want to get wrong.
But many people struggle to pray on time five times a day.
And many of those who do pray don't understand a lot of what they're saying or why they're saying it. Their Salat lacks meaning and focus.
These are serious matters that require urgent attention.
Going forward, this website will:
- offer you the opportunity to take part in live and recorded structured courses that have a track record of achieving transformative results for hundreds of previous participants.
- publish blog posts and in-depth essays to help you understand the concept of Salat more deeply and start making immediate improvements to your daily prayers.
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About the Founder
Iqbal is the founder and instructor at Transform My Prayer, which was launched at the end of 2019.
He is also Chief Executive of National Zakat Foundation, the UK's only local Zakat platform. Since its inception in 2011, UK Zakat payers have given over £20m of Zakat through NZF, enabling both short-term relief and self-sufficiency for thousands of the country’s most needy Muslims, as well as investing in religious leaders and emerging community champions. For his work at NZF, Iqbal was awarded an MBE for services to Tackling Poverty and Community Development.
Prior to heading up NZF in 2011, Iqbal worked for over five years in the investment banking industry as an equity analyst. He holds an MA in Economics and Management from Cambridge University and an MSc in Voluntary Sector Management from Cass Business School.
Iqbal is an experienced public speaker, having given hundreds of talks and Friday sermons on a variety of subjects relating to Islam. He has memorised the Qur'an and has an official license for the accurate recitation of the Qur'an with an unbroken chain of teachers back to the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him.
Iqbal lives in London with his wife and three daughters.