Saturday, July 11, 2020

2 Quran Surahs for wealth, prosperity, rizq & money problems

  Pakrush Admin       Saturday, July 11, 2020
Many Muslims wonder what Quran Surahs they should read in order to increase their wealth, rizq and end all kinds of financial worries such as poverty, debt and other money blockages that may develop due to evil eye, black magic or even due to a person's own mistakes. 

The Surah I am going to share with you is unique, yet unknown to a large number of people when it comes to reciting it specifically for ease in wealth and rizq. 

1) Surah Al Fajr

An experienced spiritual healer who has been practicing healing for the past many years and is also an Islamic scholar at Karachi, Pakistan, brought Surah Al Fajr to my attention when I inquired him about a Surah that specifically covers rizq and wealth-related issues such as increasing income, ending poverty, getting out of debt & loans. 


How to recite and gain benefits 

- Recite Surah Fajr after every Fajr salah (It takes only five minutes).
- Focus on its meaning and dig deeper into what Allah is teaching us in the chapter (especially the verses 15 to 20). 
- Memorize the translation in your first language (or the language you speak on a regular basis)
- Recite it also in your leisure time or before going to bed



Why is Surah Fajr so effective for rizq & wealth 

The reason is obvious. Allah specifically addresses the core issues that block a person from enjoying Lord's blessing of wealth and rizq. Here are the key issues Allah mentions in this Surah:

  • Thanklessness and ingratitude: In the verse 15 of Surah Fajr, Allah talks about a negative human habit of ingratitude. When a man is receiving money and abundance from God, he is happy and excited, but does not bother acknowledging Him by appreciating Him. Let's recall that gratitude always increases blessings while pride, negligence, failing to thank Allah for blessings takes the benefits away. 
  • Entitled attitude toward God: In the verse 16, we see another negative trait of human toward God's blessings. After losing money and seeing a decrease in wealth due to his own ingratitude and mistakes, man acts like he deserved these blessings and starts complaining, rather than accepting his own situation gracefully and with patience. The fact is, we don't deserve anything. We are only gifted by Allah. We didn't create anything, but we act like Allah owes us everything. 
  • Not honoring the orphan: In the verse 17, God tells humans that they are not as active as they should be when it comes to honoring the orphan. Honoring the orphan can mean helping them morally, emotionally and of course financially. 
  • Not feeding the poor: This one, mentioned in the verse 18 of the Chapter, is one of the key elements. We must start looking for ways to feed the poor and those who need financial support and can't even share their need. Start a charity campaign on a small scale first and keep asking God to help you in this endeavor. 
  • Consuming inheritance
  • Making money your God: Don't make money your God. As long as we treat money and wealth as blessings from Allah, we continue to receive it. Once we start making it our ilah or God, it starts controlling us. Start chasing gratitude and appreciation for money, and stop treating it like the Creator. In the verse 20, Allah isn't condemning wealth or calling money the root of evil, but He is telling us that "love" of money is dangerous because it forces a person to make it their God. Allah wants us to appreciate His blessings, not make His blessings as our Lord. So again, we must cultivate thankfulness for God's favors. 


2) Surah Waqiah

Although not mentioned in any Hadith or recommended by Prophet Mohammad SAW, Surah Waqiah has gained popularity among many Muslims as the chapter that increases rizq and wealth, and removes financial difficulties. 

Despite it not being from Hadiths, Surah Waqiah does talk about core issues and virtues that can result in the increase of wealth and protection from poverty, debt and financial troubles. 

Why Surah Waqiah can be effective for wealth & money  

Surah Waqiah focuses on gratitude in several of its verses. And Allah promises in Surah Ibrahim that: 
"If you are grateful, I will increase you" verse 7  
Gratitude attracts more blessings. It is God's laws that whatever we appreciate Him for, He will increase that thing/blessing in our life. If we are grateful for existing financial resources, no matter how big or small they are, we will see increase and barkah in it right before our eyes. 

So, when you recite Surah Waqiah as part of your daily recitation, focus on the meaning and learn the translation as well. When you learn the meaning and internalize the verses deeply in your own first language by reciting daily and on a regular basis, you will soon start developing thinking that attracts more money and protects you from all kinds of financial problems such as poverty, unemployment, debt (qarz) and shortage of resources.
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