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Diagnosing / Re: Why go for a diagnosis?
« Last post by Rafiek on March 05, 2018, 10:31:07 PM »
Just as every physical ailment has a set of symptoms, so too does sihr, ayn, haasid etc. Some symptoms are shared, while others are specific. At times, these symptoms manifest physically, emotionally, psychologically etc.
A one-on-one consultation defines more specifically (by means of symptoms and other) the possible particular circumstances of a patient's case. Many symptoms are recognised purely by experience while others are quite clear.
Psychotherapy / Re: Psychotherapy can be emotional
« Last post by Rafiek on March 05, 2018, 10:23:15 PM »
Further to the responses above...
In many cases, psychotherapy is absolutely necessary. Many people, even after sihr/ jinn (باذن الله تعالي و بقدرته)  have been removed, still suffer some emotional stress... resulting from the whole ordeal. Psychotherapy becomes indispensable then.

In other circumstances, psychotherapy forms a large part of  the actual treatment in strengthening a patients initial emotional and psychological state/s. Especially in cases of possession, this by far 'breaks' the offending jinns hold quite effectively, expediating recovery and making it that much more simpler.
Cupping (Hijama) Talk / Re: Why can we do Hijaama at any time?
« Last post by Rafiek on March 05, 2018, 10:10:20 PM »
According to authentic sunnah, specific days upon which hijaamah is sanctioned are outlined.
We need to acknowledge though, that cupping is an effective medical treatment, and since medication could be required at any given time, so too hijaamah could be administered as and when the need arises. This is the view of scholars such as Imaam Ahmad bin Hanbal رحمه الله  and others.
Important to understand is what establishes a legitimate 'need' in this regard. Examples among many are hypertension, hypotension, cluster migraines etc...
Where it could be avoided though, without real need ... We should stick to sunnah days for optimal healing.
Islamic Healing / Re: What do we read for Ruqya?
« Last post by Rafiek on March 05, 2018, 09:56:59 PM »
Any and every verse in Quraan is a means of healing and mercy from Allah ta aala.
Having said this, just as Nabi صلي الله عليه وسلم   has directed upon recitation of certain suwar at certain times, stating specific reward and value in doing so.... So too, certain verses have been found to be more effective in certain instances. It must be said though, that many verses recommended are based on experience of many ruqaa.
Suwar and aayaat like muawwidhaat, aayatul Kursi, S.Faatihah are derived directly from the sunnah.
Sunnah Treatments / Re: Why does Ruqya sometimes not work?
« Last post by Rafiek on March 05, 2018, 09:47:04 PM »

Ruqyah Shar'iyyah is wholely based on using Quraan, Sunnah and optionally, some other effective medication that falls within the ambit of shariah. Providing there is no shirk or kufr involved, it can never be said that Quraan and/or Sunnah do not work..... Even for an instance.

Of the main objectives, is to bring ourselves closer to Allah ta aala by means of Quraan and sunnah. Similar to any physical ailment, at times we need to consult with doctors more than just once; at other instances, medication needs to gradually and progressively be increased. Similarly, patience is needed both by Ruqaa as well as those upon whom ruqya is performed.
Our Aqeedah around 'proper' treatment needs to be rectified and ultimately we need to recognise that shifaa lies solely with Allah ta aala.
For the most part, assistance is ideally given once-off; but circumstantially, if a particular case requires further intensive treatment.... Its in best interest to follow up. Having said this, these cases are far and few in between
It behoves both Raaqi as well as Patient to turn only to Allah ta aala, recognising everything else as being of the legitimate means that Allah ta aala has created and to work at building firm yaqeen/conviction in what our Nabi
صلي الله عليه وسلم has advised. If it does not work as we wish today, then with duaa and by working at placing our yaqeen in what is true and prescribed... It may work better the next time. The test may lie in 'how much' or ' till when' we are willing to place our conviction in it. With true conviction, ease must come!

In summation.... Ruqyah always works! It is we who need to sharpen our swords, rectify our conviction, place our full trust in Allah ta aala only and return to Quraan and Sunnah.
Jinn Catching / Re: jinn catching
« Last post by ismail warasally on February 21, 2018, 08:41:02 AM »
in shaa allah no problem
Jinn Catching / Re: jinn catching
« Last post by Ak on February 20, 2018, 10:47:46 PM »
 جزاك الله خيرا و أحسن الجزاء
I am like at a cross roads....when i get a chance i will relate my story and maybe you can give some targheeb إن شاء الله
Jinn Catching / Re: jinn catching
« Last post by ismail warasally on February 20, 2018, 03:22:01 PM »
wslm brother maaf for the late reply.when it comes to jinn catching i myself was never a catcher so it is really best a person who was a catcher give u a better answer,but as far as i know it seems like they catch all the jinns the ones at home the one linked to the patient and the ones with the magician but the problem is we dont really know if these jinns are caught we dont even know if its really all those jinns that comes.thats the deception about jinn catching and worst of all is most raaqis who does jinn catching depends mostly on catching to solve a problem and they leave aside the proper method of reciting quran on the possessed person.so they have left a method of quran out and depend on a method thats created by them and have alot of deception,and as far as i know most patients problems never get solved with catching.they have to keep catching and catching and it doesnt come to an end and i have treated patints who went for treatment and jinn catching was done to them for a whole year and their possession never came to an end but by reading quran on them alhamdulillah we got rid of all the jinn
Jinn Catching / Re: jinn catching
« Last post by Ak on February 19, 2018, 04:57:54 PM »
السَّلَامُ عَلَيْكُم وَرَحْمَةُ اللَّهِ
How can one be sure if theres jinn together with the sihr in the house?  Wen someone does jinn catching bt it is not in house....bt at the ruqyah centre....then which jinn are they catching?
General Ruqya Discussion / Re: how can I protect my business from jadu ?
« Last post by ismail warasally on February 19, 2018, 08:59:11 AM »
wslm.just as admin said your business needs to be halal esp abstaining from interest.i suggest you see a raaqi for diagnoses because if you effected it will effect your life incl your business.
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