Discover birth as a worship and trust in Allah’s perfect design of our bodies to carry, birth, and feed our babies.
Explore the nuances that allow women to birth their babies without drugs or medical interferences.
Learn how to prepare during pregnancy and work with your body during labor for the gentlest natural birth experience.
Provide a virtual tool box for your husband or other person to give them the information and resources to support you during this special time. Your marriage will be strengthened through deeper understanding and trust.
Suitable for expectant parents, doulas, midwives, nurses, obstetricians, childbirth educators, and anyone else who supports women during pregnancy and birth.
What our readers say:
“The first book I have come across that incorporates teachings from Qur’an and hadeeth into the concept of natural childbirth that tries to stay as non-biased as possible.” -Nadine
“…a wide range of topics, empowerment, faith, health and education, in a guide to natural childbirth. The Author is very strong in her message about trusting the will of God. You’ll learn the important role the husband plays in the birth of his child.” –Asia
“…a must read for the parents-to-be so they are fully equipped with information to be able to achieve the best childbirth experience. With education and knowledge comes confidence and trust in the perfect design of The Creator.” – Hayati
“Explores the mother’s and baby's abilities to birth in a seamless manner when the mother tunes into her maternal instincts. It revisits Surah Maryam, and the miraculous birth of Issa (AS), and how birth was done in a natural fashion.” -Maria
“It has many features: the simplicity of the book overall in word choice and layout and how the writer successfully amalgamates many life experiences with the miracles of the Quran! I appreciate that the writer included a section on ‘Islamic Duties due to Postpartum Bleeding.” –Heileen
“It compartmentalizes the stages of birth in easy to understand sections. It really spells out the risks and effects taking medication has on both mother and baby. Empowers people to ask questions and not be a ‘compliant’ consumer but to be a proactive and assertive ones.” -Leah