Saturday, March 31, 2018

Benefits and advantages of reciting masallahu LA quwwata Illa billa

2:58 PM

There are countless benefits and virtues of saying Mashallahu la quwwata illah billah as it is mentioned in both Quran and the books of hadith.

What's the meaning?
"What Allah willed (has happened). There is no power except in Allah" Surah Kahf, verse no. 39

Spiritual benefits and virtues
1. Allah is pleased 
This verse is all about praise and appreciation of Allah which ultimately leads to the true assessment (qadr) of Allah. Reciting these kalimaat is actually acknowledgement that we as a human and creation are nothing and the only doer of things is the Almighty.

2. Closeness to Allah 

Closeness to Allah increases as these words (verses) revolve around accepting and acknowledging the might and unlimited power of Allah.

3. Treasure of Paradise

Prophet Mohammad Peace Be Upon Him has shed light on the importance of these kalimah (words) by saying:
"Shall I not tell you about some of the treasure of paradise - La Hawla Wala Quwwata Illah Billah (there is no power but with Allah)




Worldly and material benefits

1. Protection of wealth, health and relationships

If you understand its meaning and dig deeper into how and why Allah is the sole doer of things (be it the blinking of your eye or creation of the Sun), then miracles start happening in your material life as well. 

Quran mentions how a man who didn't acknowledge Allah's favours upon him had to lose his entire crop and fruit farm, because he did not say mashallah LA quwwata illa billa when he was looking at his produce with pride and ego,  and not thanking Allah for this blessing.

2. Protection and safety from evil eye
It keeps us safe from evil eye. Evil eye is usually the result of someone being jealous of our success, wealth, health, children and marriage, and other material blessings. Mashallah la quwwata illa billa is the most powerful weapon against evil eye and jealous souls bent on sending negative vibrations to us and affecting material well-being.  Master this dua by reciting it on a regular basis

3. Protection from black magic and jinn possessions 

4. Cure of depression, anxiety and 
frustration
Its regular recitation cures depression, anxiety and mental illness. Disappointment and frustration that hurt human potential get cured.

Thursday, March 29, 2018

Powerful wazifa for evil eye (nazar e bad) problem

3:49 AM
Evil eye can create a lot of trouble for an unsuspecting victim as Hadiths have mentioned the ills this problems inflicts on affected persons. Being cautious of  evil eye does not mean that you should doubt everyone else close to you assuming they could be the sender of the evil eye, we can do it by practising a simple yet powerful Quranic wazifa for evil eye (nazr e bad) and get quick recovery Inshallah.

* Recite Surah Fatiha one time
* Recite Surah Falaq and Surah Naas 11 times after every Salah (namaz) 
* Recite Surah Fatiha one time at the end
* Repeat this wazifa for 11 days

Evil eye treatment is not hard, but you must pay close attention to your thoughts and feelings as this problem is one of the ills that keep many people stuck. Allah has gifted us with two Surahs that work miracles to cure evil eye. Surah Falaq and Surah Naas must be recited with translation in mind as without understanding what these two Surahs talk about, you are likely to remain under the influence of jealous people who keep sending negative thoughts to people around them.


Despite having a grudge against someone you suspect of being jealous of you, you should take this as a good opportunity to get close to Allah. I have seen many people go from the riches to poverty as they didn't take reliance on Allah seriously and they ended up becoming unsuspecting victims of evil eye.

Try this wazifa and let me know how you tackled the problem. If you stick to the wazifa and keep doing it without any break or day off, you will start seeing massive changes in your thought patterns and as a result of it, your evil eye problem will start weakening. This will not only thwart an existing threat, but will also arm you with something that can stay with you as long as you live. As you practise this wazifa enough times, you will notice that your ability to remove the evil effects has increased tremendously.  

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

How to treat an evil eye victim/patient?

6:18 PM
If you think someone in your family has been affected by evil eye or even black magic, you have many powerful authentic duas and wazaif at your disposal, but the dua I am going to share here is a must.

Recite the below mentioned dua to treat evil eye effects 


 بِسْمِ اللّٰہِ اَرْقِیْکَ مِنْ کُلِّ شَیٍْٔ یُّؤْذِیْکَ مِنْ شَرِّ کُلِّ نَفْسٍ اَوْ عَیْنٍ حَاسِدٍ اَللّٰہُ یَشْفِیْکَ بِسْمِ اللّٰہِ اَرْقِیْکَ

English Transliteration: Bismillahi arqeeka min kulli shai-in yu'zeeka min shar-ri kulli nafsin ao aynin haasidin Allahu yashfeeka bismillahi arqeeka

Translation: In the name of Allah, I blow on you from everything that can harm you from the evil of every soul or jealous eye. May Allah heal you. In the name of Allah, I blow on you.


Evil eye is something to be very cautious of. There is no need to be afraid as long as you are reciting the above mentioned dua and other powerful duas such as Surah falaq-naas and other protection duas. But we must be on our guard at all times. The best way to stave off the dangers of evil eye is to keep acknowledging Allah and doing His zikr recommended by Prophet Mohammad Peace Be Upon Him. Dwelling on the attributes of Allah itself is a powerful remedy. 

An stare or gaze (look) that is devoid of zikr of Allah is the soft target for shaitan (Satan) suggestions and attacks and this is how evil eye works. Allah likes it when we appreciate His workings (blessings, creation, favours, all His attributes) and when we don't give Him credit for His works (His blessings around us in the form of health, wealth, relations, food, water, technology, cars, industries, wisdom, etc), He unleashes shayateen on him/her.

"And whoever turns himself away from the remembrance (zikr) of Rahman (The Compassionate), We appoint for him a shaitan" 

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Evil eye removal with Surah Falaq and Naas is easy

7:40 PM

Surah Falaq and Naas can be the most powerful weapon at your disposal if you are worried about evil eye removal. Evil eye is real and it can hurt the victim seriously if it is not cured properly. 

Evil eye is directly mentioned in authentic hadiths. In addition to ahadiths, Quran also indirectly mentions the harms of evil eye (Read Surah Yousuf and the stories about Yaqub AS and his sons). 

Make these Surahs part of your Salah recitation
The fastest and easiest way to remove evil eye is to recite Surah Falaq and Naas in your salah (prayers).

You can make these two Surahs part of your regular salah recitation. Whether you are offering Fardh, Sunnah, recite Surah Falaq and Naas in your salah as often as you can. 

Dwell on the meaning of these Surahs
Don't just recite the Surahs without understanding the meaning -- dwell on its meaning and build your faith in Allah being the creator of evil eye and its effects as well as the creator of its easy removal. Surah Falaq and Naas specifically talk about jealous and envious souls who may harm any unsuspecting person. Harm from the creation of Allah is haq (real), be it black magic or evil eye. 

The Surahs are specifically for worldly problems (evil of all creation)
Surah Falaq and Naas are the two Surahs that were revealed to fix worldly problems and evil eye is among the ills that many of the humans face today. The grave reality with evil eye is that whether you believe in it or not, it is going to impact you if you come under attack. 

Simple Cure:
If you suspect you have been hurt by evil eye or doubts are hijacking your mind, just recite Surah Faalq and Naas three times and blow on your whole body. Also blow on water and drink it. 

Faith is the key 
If you are reciting the Surahs with a doubtful mind and are constantly wondering why and how it is going to work, you will not be able to gain the upper hand over negative thoughts and evil eye. Have complete faith in Allah and His abilities and dwell on the Surahs by digging deeper into their meaning. 

Is evil eye real? What does Islam say?

5:28 PM

Evil eye is real and it can cause serious harm to the victim if they haven't sought protection to Allah.

Evil eye is not just a gaze/stare/look full of jealousy or intention of harm to the victim, it can even be a gaze/stare at an object/thing/blessing with joy, excitement and pride. That is why, a Muslim is advised to keep reciting Mashallah La Quwwata Illa Billah" whenever he looks at the things he loves or sees with joy and pride (for example  your spouse, business, kids, health, cars, good attitude, good physique, friends, etc)

Simply put, any stare or gaze that is without the zikr/dhikr of Allah (the Creator of everything) becomes open to attack or infiltration from Shaitan.

There is no question about jealousy-filled stares/eye and envy as it definitely impacts the victim negatively, but good stares/gazes that are without the acknowledgement of Allah are also open to the effects of evil eye as shaitan infiltrates the hearts and causes harm when he sees that the victim is not protected by praising and appreciating Allah. (Always say in your heart and verbally: Mashallah la quwwata illa billa).

Evil eye has been mentioned in a number of authentic hadeeths. There are indirect references to evil eye in Quran as well. For instance in Surah Falaq, Allah instructs us to seek His protection from the evil of the envier when he envies.

Al Ain al Haq (Evil eye is real), an authentic hadith (mentioned in Ahmad, Al Tirmidhi and Muslim.

"The evil eye is real and if anything were to overtake the divine decree, it would be the evil eye. When you are asked to take a bath (for cure) from the effects of the evil eye, you should take a bath" 
In Quran:
Quran mentions the story of Yaqub Peace Be Upon Him and his sons. The story tells us that Yaqub AS was worried about evil eye and that is why he did not want his all eleven sons not to enter Egypt together. Having eleven young and handsome sons itself was a great blessing of Allah and Yaqub AS was fully aware that people of Egypt could become jealous of the sons and might cast evil eye out of envy.


Saturday, March 17, 2018

Supercharge your Islamic prayer and dua with gratitude

5:02 PM
Most of the times an ordinary Muslim sees that their prayers and duas are not answered by Allah and this eventually causes them to get further and further away from the Creator and they even stop taking interest in making duas any more. 

Gratitude fastens the manifestation of our dua/prayer

Allah loves His appreciation and praise. So start your dua by first thanking Allah for keeping you alive and giving you a chance to make dua to Him. What if you never had a chance to come to Allah for your desires and prayers? What if He blocked your mind and made you so ill that it would be impossible for you to even think of making dua? This could have happened and even worse could have happened. Right now, you are reading this post because you are alive breathing fresh air. You are healthy. Electricity is active, the internet is working, the Earth gravity is intact and that is why you are sitting on your chair reading this post about gratitude and dua. Things could have completely gone out of our hands. When we start looking at things from this perspective (of worse possible things could have happened), we actually attach importance to Allah for His works and this makes Him happy and He starts appreciating us in return (remember a name of Allah - Shakur - which means The Appreciative)

Allah says in Quran:


                                 "If you are grateful, I will give you more, and if you are ungrateful, My punishment is severe" Surah Ibharihm (14:7)


Thank Allah in advance and see your dua answered
When we thank Allah in advance for a desire or dua, He makes it happen for us. This is how dua works. This can be done by imagining your desire having been fulfilled by Allah and feeling thankfulness for this coming favour. This is so exciting. Apply it to any dua and you will be shocked to see how much Allah loves His appreciation and praise. 

How to thank Allah in advance for my dua 
You might wonder, at this stage, how I can be thankful for something that has not been given to me yet? It seems illogical to be thankful for something that Allah has not given me yet. But you will come to realise that it is logical to thank Allah in advance for things that are not in our hands right now. You will see how it works.

Steps to thanking Allah in advance for your dua
Step 1) Sit in a quite place where nobody can distract your attention and focus 
Step 2) Close your eyes
Step 3) Imagine that Allah has answered your dua/prayer. Imagine that you are seeing your desire fulfilled right in front of your eyes. 
Step 4) Create the feeling of some deep and genuine thankfulness for Allah for making your dua come true. 

Do this dua session for at least five minutes daily and see a miracle ! 


Humans are, by default, ungrateful, impatient and selfish 
Allah often expresses His concern about humans being ungrateful, impatient and selfish. When we start incorporating thankfulness in every area of our life and in every prayer/dua, Allah intelligently and powerfully rearranges events for us to get us closer and closer to our desires and goals. As opposed to this, when we don't acknowledge Allah for His workings, favours, blessings and relief, He makes is harder and harder for us to be in harmony with Him.

Why is gratitude/thankfulness so powerful?
Gratitude is the highest form of surrender and let's not forget that Islam is all about surrendering to Allah's will and His attributes. When we are thankful to Allah for a blessing, we let Him know that we were totally helpless and powerless in making this gift/blessing happen and we also let Him know that we love and appreciate His workings, intelligence, power and mercy. When we are not grateful, we end up associating that blessing to things other than Allah (for example our own self, material things and other created things).

Let's recall: Allah is shakur (The Appreciative). He loves His praise and appreciation (but a genuine one - not a false one without any real feelings and though process). And when we thank Him for something in advance, He acts on His own promise (see the Quranic verse above) to answer our prayers. 


Saturday, March 10, 2018

Dua for shifa

10:32 PM
Here is an authentic dua from a Sahi Hadith about shifa. Getting shifa becomes necessary if you are having health-related issues and what  can be better than turning to Allah and His messangers's way? Let us make these beautiful duas part of our life. This dua for shifa is a must if you are having not just a physical issue but also for psychological and mental issues. 

اَللَّھُمَّ رَبَّ النَّاسِ اَذْھِبَ الْبَأسِ وَاشْفِ اَنْتَ الشَّافِی لاَ شِفَائََ اِلاَّ 
شِفَاؤُکَ شِفَائً لاَ یُغَادِرُ سَقَمًا
Allahumma rabban-naasi azhibal ba'si washfi antash-shaafi laa shifaa-a illa shifa-uka shifaa-an-laa yughaadiru saqama

English Translation: O Allah, Lord of mankind, remove my suffering. Heal me as You are the only Healer, and there is no healing/cure except that of Yours, it is that which leaves no ailment behind

Hindi/Urdu translation in Roman: Ay Allah. Logon ke Rabb. Takleef ko door farma de. Tu shifa day de, or Tu hi shifa denay wala he.