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Ruqyah healing based on Quran and ahadith-2
Bismillahir Rahman nir Raheem
Ruqyah with Al-Mu`awwidhatain: The last 2 verses of the Holy Qur’an i.e. Surah Naas and Falaq are called Al-Mu`awwidhatain, which means the 2 verses
that can be used to seek Allah's (swt) refuge. Surah Falaq (113) translation: Say, "I seek refuge with the Lord of daybreak, from the evil of what he created, and from the evil of darkness when it settles, and from the evil of the blowers in knots, and from the evil of an envier when he envies. Surah Naas (114) translation: Say, ‘I seek refuge with the Lord of the people, the King of the people, the God of the people, from the evil of a retreating whisperer, who whispers (evil) in the breasts of the people, (whether he is) from among jinns or the people.’
‘Hazrat Ayesha (ra) reported: ‘When Allah's Messenger (saw) went to bed, he would draw closer the palms of his both hands and blow onto them while reading Surah Akhlas (112), Surah Falaq (113) and Surah Naas (114). He would then rub his hands all over his body beginning from his head to face and then the front part of his body. He would do this thrice. When he got very ill, he asked me to do that for him." Al Bukhari and Muslim
It was narrated that Abu Sa’eed al-Khudri (may Allaah be pleased with him) said: “The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) used to seek Allah’s
(swt) refuge from the jinnaat and the evil eye until the Mua’widhatain were revealed. After their revelation he started reciting only them and not anything else.” The evil eye can afflict mankind and it is the most widespread affliction in the world. Prophet Mohammad (saw) said: "Most of those who will die from my nation after what Allah has decreed will be from the evil eye" (Fath al-haqq al Mubeen, As-Sahih, 747)
Ruqyah healing with Ayat ul-Kursi: Narrated Ubayy Bin Ka'b that he used to harvest dates. Once he noticed that the harvest was getting reduced by the day. He decided to keep a watch at night. At night he noticed a beast that resembled an adolescent boy. He greeted him with a salam to which it responded with a salam. He asked the beast whether it was a human or jinn. To this it replied that it was a Jinn. Ubayy Bin Ka'b then told the jin to show his hand. It showed him its hand and he noticed that it resembled a dog's hand with some fur like that of a dog on it. Ubayy Bin Ka'b exclaimed, ‘Is this how jinnat are like!?" It relied "The jinnat know that there is no one amongst them stronger than me." Ubayy Bin Ka'b then asked it, "What made you come here?" It replied, "We have got the information that you give a lot of charity so we have come here to get some food." He asked it, "What can protect us from you?" It replied, "The ayah from Surat ul-Baqarah: (Allahu la ilaha illa huwa Al-Hayy ul-Qayyum,) (2/255). Whoever recites it in the evening will be protected from us till the morning and whoever recites it in the morning will be protected from us till the evening."
In the morning, Ubayy came to Prophet Mohammad (saw) and narrated this incident. Prophet Mohammad (saw) said, ‘The evil one has spoken the truth!’ Recorded by an-Nasa i and others and verified to be authentic by al-Albani.
This hadith throws light at the effectiveness of Ayatal kursi as a special ruqyah prayer for protection.
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