Ruqyah healing based on Quran and ahadith-3
Bismillahir Rahman nir Raheem
Ruqyah healing with Du`a (Prayer): Imam Bukhari gives the example that Thabit complained to Anas b. Malik about some chronic pain he suffered. So Anas asked him, "Shall I cure you with the Ruqya of Prophet Mohammad (saw)?" Thabit relied in the positive. Anas recited: Allahumma rabb al-nas mudhhab al-ba`s ishfi anta al-shafi la shafi illa anta shifa`an la yughadiru saqama. (O Allah! The Lord of the people, the Remover of trouble! (Please) cure (this patient), for You are the Healer. None brings about healing but You; a healing that will leave behind no ailment). Sometimes, while reciting a du`a, Prophet Mohammad (s.a.w) used to touch and place his hands on the face, eyes and other parts of sick person’s body. He used to recite the following dua: Allahumma rabb al-nas adhhab al-ba`s washfihi wa anta al-shafi la shifa`a illa shifa`ka shafi` la yughadiru saqama (O Allah, the Lord of the people! Remove the trouble and heal the patient, for You are the Healer. No healing is of any avail but Yours; healing that will leave behind no ailment).
Hazrat Ayesha (r.a.) that the Prophet Mohammad (s.a.w) used to recited the following du`a as ruqyah:
Imsahi al-ba`s rabb al-nas, biyadika al-shifa` la kashif lahu illa anta (Remove the trouble, O the Lord of the people, the cure is in Your Hands, and there is none except You who can remove it (the disease).
Bismillah tarbatu ardana, bariqatu ba`dana, yashfi saqimuna bi`idhni rabbina (In the Name of Allah The earth of our land and the saliva of some of us cure our patient).
Bismillah tarbatu ardina, wariqatu ba`dina, yashfi saqimuna, bi’idhni rabbina (In the Name of Allah" The earth of our land and the saliva of some of us cure our patient with the permission of our Lord." with a slight shower of saliva) while treating with a Ruqya).
Keep Me In Your Prayers