Islamic concepts

Ṣadr — deep in the core, subconscious, breast, chest

صدر
noun singular plural
romanization ṣadr
pronunciation

17:51 imagination

sharaḥa = to expand, open --> to give courage, bravery?

  • heart, mind, chest, core, consciousness, breast, ego, subconscious, inner chest, the depths of the heart

صدر - Sadr - takes the meaning of chest, and when Allah ta’ala eludes to motives or secrets, he uses sadr because it gives the illusion literally of[the likneness to a] treasure chest: something hidden and boxed up.

  • secrets are buried deep in our Ṣadr (100:10)

3:29, 3:118, 3:119, 3:154, 3:154, 4:90, 5:7, 6:125, 6:125, 7:2, 7:43, 8:43, 9:14, 10:57, 11:5, 11:5, 11:12, 15:47, 15:97, 16:106, 17:51, 20:25, 22:46, 26:13, 27:74, 28:69, 29:10, 29:49, 31:23, 35:38, 39:7, 39:22, 40:19, 40:56, 40:80, 42:24, 57:6, 59:9, 59:13, 64:4, 67:13, 94:1, 100:10, 114:5

> I'm thinking ṣadr might be something similar to unconcious [01:27] <Sonja> it literally means chest [01:28] <Sonja> In surah 100, allah says that all the secrets inside our sadrs will be exposed [01:28] <Sonja> and in surah 114, the whisperer puts negative influence and temptations in our sadr [01:30] <Sonja> in surah 94, allah says he expanded muhammad's sadr [01:31] <Sonja> 67:13 allah knows the secrets inside each person's sadr