The Book of Knowledge Parents/ Adults/ Educators Programme

The Book of Knowledge

The Book of Knowledge is said to contain the entire Ihya. Over the duration of the online programme, Imam al-Ghazali’s teachings and metaphors are presented in story form for children of any age, but the stories are also suitable for furthering the spiritual lives of both parents and teachers. There are several themes repeated throughout the forty stories to emphasize their importance. Some of these themes include, but are not limited to, True Learning, the purpose of our brief lives, the Two Worlds, Trust in God’s Will, the polishing of the Spiritual Heart through self observation and correction, key virtues and harmful vices, and the responsibility of being a true teacher by putting one’s knowledge into practice.  

The Book of Knowledge is the key foundational book of the entire course and we would recommend that it is studied first.  These lessons encourage a deep understanding of key aspects of good character and bring the practice of the Prophetic Sunnah and character to life.

A link to view the first 8 chapters can be found on the following link:

Lesson 1 Two Kinds of Learning • Lesson 2 Animals and People  • Lesson 3 The Two Worlds  • Lesson 4 How to Enter the Garden  Lesson 5 Excellence of Learning • Lesson 6 The Best Gift of All • Lesson 7 How Do You Stay Really Happy All the Time? • Lesson 8 Pretend You Are a Tiny Seed • Lesson 9 The Three Things We Need Most in This Life • Lesson 10 Sharing the Treasure  • Lesson 11 What Are Things You Must Learn • Lesson 12 Where Do the Wonderful Things We Can Learn Come From? • Lesson 13 More About the Two Worlds: A Family Trip  • Lesson 14 Two Kinds of Things You Can Learn— Knowledge That Makes Your Heart Shine • Lesson 15 The Story of the Two Wolves  • Lesson 16 Important Things You Cannot See  • Lesson 17 More Ways to Make Your Heart Shine! and The Four Imams  • Lesson 18 The Ant and the Pen  • Lesson 19 A Little Boy Loses His Father’s Horse • Lesson 20 The Little Gardens Inside the Garden • Lesson 21 How Can You Watch Your Very Own Hearts?  • Lesson 22 Envy  • Lesson 23 Having Pride and Being Spiteful  • Lesson 24 Back-Biting  • Lesson 25 Beware of Making Excuses, Bragging, Prying and Spying  • Lesson 26 Not Wanting the Best for Others  • Lesson 27 Being Two-Faced: Hypocrisy  • Lesson 28 More Problems with Arguing  • Lesson 29 A Question for You  • Lesson 30 Your Heart Is Like a House  • Lesson 31 Doing Too Many Things  • Lesson 32 The Teacher, the Lion, and the Jug of Water  • Lesson 33 When You Shoot an Arrow, You Need a Target  • Lesson 34 The Camels Leave  • Lesson 35 Grandfather Explains Some Important Ideas  • Lesson 36 The Three Selves  • Lesson 37 Getting Rich and Getting Knowledge  • Lesson 38 Being a Teacher  • Lesson 39 Playing School  • Lesson 40 The Two Trees

Refunds or cancellations can only be issued if:

-you have requested it within the 14 days;
-you have not accessed (or attempted to complete) any part of the paid course.

We would recommend the you peruse the free taster lesson package for a full insight into the course (for all ages) before signing up. No payment details are requested for access to the taster package.

The 14 day period begins- If you purchased before the course started, on the first day of that course run; OR

If you purchased after the course run started, on the day you made the purchase. Once your access to the course has been removed, you will not be able to access any part of the course.


£ 100
  • 40 Lessons
  • Weekly releases
  • Lifetime Access