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One of Allah’s blessings upon His creatures is the ‘remedial’ aspect of Islam, and the treatment it offers for diseases, be they apparent or hidden, chronic or otherwise. Indeed, Allah (SWT) has made the Qur’an a source of refuge for mankind from all evil:

“O mankind, now there has come to you an admonition from your Lord, and a healing for what is in the breasts, and a guidance, and a mercy to the believers.” Younus:57

Say: ‘To the believers it is a guidance, and a healing: but those who believe not, in their ears is a heaviness, and to them it is a blindness…” Fussilat:44

“…and We send down of the Qur’an that which is a healing and a mercy to the believers, and to the unbelievers it increases not except in loss.” Al-Isra’:82

In his Faydh al-Qadir, Al-Manawi said: “Ali (ra) was quoted as saying: “The best medicine is the Qur’an”, meaning that the best ruqya is that which is based on the Qur’an, as the above mentioned verses express.

However in order for the ruqya to be effective, the following conditions must be fulfilled:

  1. Husn At-Tawkkul (complete trust in Allah SWT):

This means that rather than placing his trust in the practitioner, one should firmly believe that Allah alone is the One Who grants cure from disease. Indeed, At-Tawakkul is a prerequisite for both Imaan and Tawhid:

“But you must place your trust in Allah if you believe in Him.” Al-Maida:23

‘Say: “Allah is enough for me; in Him all those who trust put their trust.” Az-Zumar:38

Whoever places his trust in Allah (SWT), Allah will be sufficient for him, as is evident from His own Words (translation):

“And whosoever puts his trust in Allah, He shall suffice him. Allah attains his purpose. Allah has appointed a measure for everything.” At-Talaq:3

“And if Allah visits you with affliction none can remove it but He; and if He visits you with good, He is powerful over everything..” Al-Anaam:17

  1. Expecting the best from Allah

The Prophet (pbuh) was quoted as saying: ‘Allah (SWT) says, ‘I react according to My servant’s attitude towards me, and I am with him if he supplicates Me”.

  1. Firm belief in the benefit of Ruqya:

“The Qur’an is a reminder, sent to sharpen man’s vision and heighten his awareness. It is a Mercy and a source of guidance for those believers who are convinced of the Truth.” – Al-Jathiyaa:20

The Prophet (pbuh) said, “There is a remedy for every illness, and when the remedy is applied to the disease it is cured with the permission of Allah (SWT), the Exalted and Glorious.”

  1. Conviction that Allah (SWT) will accept the work of the Ruqya practitioner and seeker.
  1. The presence of the hearts of the practitioner and the Ruqya seeker, and humility before Allah (SWT).

“Surely in that there is a reminder to him who has a heart, or will give ear with a present mind.” Qaaf:37

“It is only a remembrance and a clear Qur’an, that he may warn whosoever is living, and that the Word may be established against the unbelievers”. Yasin:69-70

The phrase ‘give ear’ in the above verse means ‘to listen attentively,’ and ‘with a present mind’ means the presence of the heart. According to Ibn Qutayba, when listening to the Qur’an, one must be attentive and focused so that the effect of the Qur’an takes place.

  1. The Ruqya itself should be based on the Qur’an and Sunna, and should not contain any acts of polytheism.
  1. Performing Al-Istikhara (i.e. to ask Allah (SWT) to guide one to the right course of action).
  1. Supplicating Allah (SWT) using His Names and Attributes.

Abu Hurayra (ra) was quoted as saying: “The Prophet (PBUH) said, ‘One’s request will surely be granted as long as he is not hasty; that is to say, one would say, ‘I supplicated to Allah (SWT) but to no avail.”

One must wait and not become impatient into believing that Allah (SWT) is not going to grant his request.

  1. Both the practitioner and sufferer must be in a state of purity, as well as others who may be present. The place of Ruqya must be in a state of purity at all times.

10.  The place must be cleared of any apparent sign of disobedience (statutes, pictures, amulets, alcohol, drugs, cigarettes, musical instruments, dogs, and pigs). These prevent angels from entering the place.

“The angels will not enter a place where there is a dog or a picture (of a living creature)” Abu Talha.

11. The sufferer must be treated in a place where the Azaan is performed or in a place where the Azan can be heard. The Satan disappears and feels weak upon hearing the Azan. This is a requirement for the sufferer (one who suffers from the spell of black magic, etc.) The prophet (pbuh) said, “When Satan hears the call to prayer, he runs away to a distance like that of Rawha ( which is thirty-six miles from Medina)”.

12. Performing two Rak’as so that Allah (SWT) will grant his request

13. It is strongly recommended that the Ruqya be performed at times when Ruqya is more likely to work. For instance, at the end of prayers, when breaking the fast, the last hour on a Friday, etc.

14. Giving Sadaqa prior to Ruqya whether it is from the wealth of the Ruqya seeker or from a donation given on his behalf seeking Allah’s (SWT) Cure.

The Prophet (pbuh) said: “Treat your sick with Sadaqaat”. “Good deeds prevent evil, disasters and accidents, and the people who enjoin the good in this life are those who enjoin the good in the Hereafter”. “Good deeds prevent disasters, a secret Sadaqa protects one from Allah’s anger, maintaining relations with one’s kin prolongs life, and every good deed is a Sadaqa, and the people who enjoin the good in this life are those who enjoin the good in the Hereafter, and the people who enjoin evil in this life are those who enjoin evil in the Hereafter”. “A Sadaqa wipes out a sin just like water puts out fire”.

15. Recitation of Al-Baqara in the place where the sufferer is to be treated and also in his home, and the recitation of the ending of the same chapter every night.

“Whosoever recites the last two verses of Al-Baqara before sleeping will be protected throughout the night.” Quoted by Abu Mas’ud al-Ansari.

“Two thousand years before creating the heavens and the earth, Allah (SWT) inscribed a book of which He sent down two verses with which He concluded surat al-Baqarah. The Devil will not come near a house in which they are recited for three nights”.

16. Constant remembrance of Allah (SWT) by the sufferer, especially in the morning and evening, upon entering the toilet, the house and upon leaving it.

17. Refraining from taking unlawful medication.

18. Acceptance of the surrender to Allah’s Decree (al-Qadar)

A sick person should first accept the fact that his condition is a preordainment by Allah (SWT) and should not despair as a result of a delay in his recovery. It may be that Allah (SWT) has delayed the cure for a certain purpose which He Alone knows. The sick person should also be convinced of the goodness of anything Allah SWT has prescribed for him and that his patience itself may be conducive to this treatment and cure. He should also believe that any infliction upon him in this life is an expiation of his sins and elevation to a higher rank. So he should thank Allah (SWT) for everything. The Prophet (pbuh) said: It is fascinating what a believer undergoes in his life: there is nothing inflicted upon him by Allah (SWT) except that it benefits him. So if the patient sincerely believes in this, eh shall be cured by Allah’s Leave.

“.. and whenever I am sick, He heals me”. Ash-Shu’ara’:80

19.  Immunizing oneself with Du’a

20.  Wearing Hijab

“And say to the believing women that they should lower their gaze and guard their modesty; that they should not display their beauty and ornaments except what (must ordinarily) appear thereof; that they should draw their veils over their bosoms and not display their beauty except to their husbands, their fathers, their husband’s fathers, their sons, their husbands’ sons, their brothers or their brothers’ sons, or their sister’s sons, or their women, or the slaves who their right hands possess, or male servants free of physical needs, or small children who have no sense of the shame of sex; and that they should not strike their feet in order to draw attention to their hidden ornaments. And O you who believe! Turn together towards Allah, that you may attain bliss”. An-Nur:31

How to use Water, Oil and honey in treatment

Ruqya with water and sidr leaves – crush seven sidr leaves with a pestle and mortar, and read some verses of the Qur’an over them, especially Ayat-ul-kursi. Recite the Ruqya Shariya over a jug or bowl containing two or three litres of fresh cold water. Then place the crushed sidr leaves in a large bowl and pour this water over them.

Water and appropriate du’a is a form of healing if the conditions are met:

Water with sidr leaves can be divided into three:

One third may be drunk over three days, preferably at the time of breaking one’s fast, or early in the morning on an empty stomach after al-Fajr prayer and the morning invocations. The drinking process should comply with the prophetic sunna (one, three, or five sips), beginning with the phrase Bismillah at every sip and ending with al-hamdulillah.

One third (or a little more) should be used for washing the body in a clean and pure place (not the bathroom). The dirty water should be poured in a clean place (e.g. the garden).

One third should be sprinkled in the corners and entrance of the rooms, outside the bathroom and on the bed.

Ruqya with olive oil:

Apply some olive oil in the place of pain, and drink some in the same way as drinking the water. In an authentic tradition, it is said; “Eat of the olive oil, and use it on our body, for it is from the blessed tree”.

Ruqya with honey:

The Prophet (pbuh) used to drink honey with water after the dawn prayer. He would mix a spoonful of pure honey with a glass of water, and then sip it. It is proven scientifically that water absorbs the components of honey.

Ruqya with black seed oil:

Apply some black seed oil to the place of pain or the head if the sick person suffers from exorcism or has been a victim of envy. I may be mixed with water or added to other types of food. It should be drunk in the same way as water or olive oil (following the sunna).

Sword Against Black Magic & Evil Magicians by Wahid Ibn Abdessalam Bali

I have taken all of the above information from this book, however I haven’t gone into detail like this book does. I encourage everyone to purchase this book, which includes two CDS. Do make sure it’s the one with the CDs you buy because the first edition doesn’t include them.

This book will help you to overcome all your worries in sha Allah, and help you begin a new chapter in your life in sha Allah. Then you will be free to think clearly, act decisively and feel at peace with yourself and others.

Try to listen to the ruqiya and follow the instructions (above) for three or six weeks in total and in sha Allah you will be cured by the Mercy of Allah.

May Allah Azawajal bless the author of this book by answering all his prayers, and giving him a place next to Him in Jannah Aameen.

Raqis

If there is a trusted Raqi in your area then you could get treatment from him as long as he doesn’t fall into the description of a sorcerer (see my blog ‘Black Magic an Evil Reality’).

There are many raqis but not all of them are genuine. Which is why it’s sometimes best to treat ourselves by following the instructions above and in the book.

May Allah azawajal cure and protect us all from black magic, the evil eye, and from jinn possession .

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