Before you start the treatment. Please understand the difference between being hurt and being harmed. Being hurt is to experience pain that is temporary and without any serious consequences. Being harmed means experiencing pain as the result of lasting damage.
The protection you are provided is against being harmed not against being hurt. So, yes you will still experience headaches, stomachache, stinging, nightmares, bloating, etc despite the recitations until you are fully treated. If your expectation of protection is that you will be a Superman because you recited Athkar and Quran, then you are mistaken.
Why do acts of worship make me worse?
Mas (being targeted by Shaitan) could go incognito and dormant for many years. The Shaitan destroys the targeted person discreetly. The victim may not find himself being physically attacked by Shaitan. But something evil keeps building up inside the victim and then suddenly you hear that this person committed suicide, rape, developing psychotic disorders, etc. The toxic whispers and temptations of the Shaitan have been simmering in the victim’s heart for years. Remember that Shaitan hates the entire mankind including his followers and aims at taking them along with him to Hellfire. Shaitan would rather not make the victim realize its presence. Acts of worship like Umrah and fortifications like Athkar, torture and disclose the Shaitan. In this case, Shaitan will fight directly because it does not need to hide as much. For example, if someone pretends to be your friend but always spies on you and spreads rumors about you behind your back, but you catch him doing this, he turns into an upfront enemy.
When people recognize Shaitan as their enemy, Shaitan confronts them face-to-face instead of attacking them under the table. Once you fight Shaitan, whispers and temptations will be less evident, while physical pain on the other hand will be harsher. Shaitan is asking the victim, to stop the additional acts of worship, and in return, it will eventually stop its physical attacks on the victim. Shaitan is asking the victim to give it the chance to destroy the victim discreetly without the victim even realizing it. The recommendation is to always carry on, stay the course, and win over Shaitan even if you experience temporary repercussions.
What are the symptoms of being inflicted with Jinn / Shaitan?
Before we cover this point, it is important to avoid self-diagnosis. Do not be superstitious that you would mix disease states like fibromyalgia, neuropathy, or schizophrenia with Shaitan and Sihr. Speak to your doctor and your psychiatrist first and foremost.
Symptoms include convulsive, sudden, and irregular movement in random areas of your body (twitches), Moving lumps in the body, Excessive, unusual yawning, Suicidal thoughts, Depression, and Repeated Nightmares (where one sees things like ugly faces, black dogs, or snakes. being sexually abused, falling off a cliff, or being chased.).
Panic attacks and Loss of libido specifically toward your spouse. Moving pain or numbness in the calves and feet area. Fear, anger, or crying while listening to Ruqia. Bloating, gas, and constipation despite being cleared by their medical doctor from gastrointestinal or psychiatric issues, and Obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Inflicted patients tend to live in solitary. They avoid gatherings of people, friends, and family gradually and without the patient himself noticing. Yet, they feel lonely and depressed at home especially at and after dusk time. Hasad and Nazar patients experience symptoms of being exhausted, out of energy, and tired all the time. A simple task could feel like moving a mountain.
Jinn could cause hypersexuality for unmarried singles and low sex drive for married couples. Take Indian Costus if you or your husband suffer from low libido.
Sihr and Mas patients are likely to experience reactions from Shaitan during Ruqia. Shaitan makes patients feel sleepy so they stop the Ruqia. Patients keep yawning repeatedly in a way they never experienced before. Sheitan could make patients experience headaches, chest aches and tightness, and involuntary movement in the head or neck.
Patients should resist falling asleep during Ruqia by getting up and making Wudua or standing on their feet. Keep the Ruqia running in a loop mode in a loud enough voice. Yet, these are all encouraging symptoms because they mean that the Ruqia is affecting the Jinn.
Why do I struggle more in the evening?
Humans are more active during the day time however Shaitan is more active in the evening and after sunset.
Prophet Muhammed said “When it gets dark or when it is evening time, hold your kids inside, that is because Sheitan spread at that time. When an hour has passed, release them.” Authentic in the book of Bukhari and Muslim.
Prophet Muhammed also said: “Do not release your cattle or kids when the sun sets, until dusk time ends, because Sheitan is released between sunset and end of dusk.” Authentic in the Book of Muslim
What are the diseases that Spiritual Disorders cause?
Do not self-diagnose. See your medical doctor if you have any health issues.
Jinn enters the body through the harm caused by Nazar. It works mainly on glands like the thyroid, pituitary, or adrenal glands. Jinn could also trigger diabetes because it impacts pancreatic endocrine hormones. Acne and pimples are common in patients with Nazar. Hasad patients experience hair loss and pale faces. Patients inflicted with Nazar tend to have hypothyroidism. Black Magic (whether triggered by man or Jinn) patients experience colon problems, constipation, loss of muscle mass, Sciatica, lower joint pains, and Polycystic Ovary syndrome. Females may suffer from high levels of Prolactin hormone which affects their ability to bear children. Again, not everyone who has hypothyroidism is because of Nazar.
How to treat skin disorders that appear after being inflicted?
Discolorations, scratches, and peelings are common for patients with spiritual disorders. First, always check with your medical doctor. Use raw, unfiltered Honey or extra virgin olive oil. Pour honey or olive oil, into a small dish. Place the dish close to your mouth and start reciting Surat Al-Fatiha, Al-Falaq, Al-Nass, Al-Ikhlas, and Ayat Al-Korsi 7 times each. Let your breath during the recitation blow air into the honey/olive oil throughout the recitation. Apply it on the affected spots. These spots will eventually disappear inshallah.
Even after being cleared from spiritual disorders, some psychological disorders like irritability could linger before they are gone as the patient will need to re-learn normal behavioral patterns. There could be medical diseases that will cause permanent damage even after being treated against the infliction. Yet, some spiritual disorder-triggered diseases will only be treated by a medical doctor even past infliction.
How to treat Bloating and Gas?
Bloating, constipation, and gas are very common symptoms patients with spiritual disorders struggle with. As irritating as this problem is, treatment is easy.
1-Daily drink water mixed with Apple Cider Vinegar especially in the evening time unless you have ulcers.
2-Always make Ruqiah in the water you drink even if the Ruqiah is as short as reciting only Surat Al-Falaq once for example.
3-Add a few drops of honey into your water bottle.
4-Do Ruqiah on Raw, Unfiltered Honey, and apply a few drops of this honey into your navel belly button. Use something like surgical tape to cover it to prevent leaking.
How to treat weight loss?
Do not overeat. Add Cow Ghee to your food. Prophet Muhammed said, “Cow’s milk is a cure, its ghee is medicine and its meat brings illness.” Authentic
How to treat stinging and itchiness?
1- Apply Ruqya olive oil.
2- Bathe with the Al-Rumi blend.
3- Get Hijama.
How to treat Hair problems?
It is common for inflicted females to lose hair. It appears as circular or patchy bald spots. On the other hand, hair tangling and abnormal hair knots are signs of Sihr, not Ayn. It is treated by applying daily to the spots a mix of Ruqiah water, Ruqiah olive oil, or Ruqiah Honey with Sidr leaves powder. Also, apply the Rumi Blend bathe treatment, which is explained in detail on this site in the section (How to physically remove the harm of Shaitan.) Seek medical treatment from your doctor but do Ruqiah on the medication the doctor prescribes to you. Note that most patients, will lose even more hair when they apply the treatment, do not panic because this hair was going to fall off anyway.
For a quick diagnosis, 2 questions are asked of the patient:
1- Do you see constant evil nightmares?
2- Are you able to read Surat Al-Baqarah in full or listen to Surat Al-Baqarah in full while reading the translated subtitles without getting reactions that make you stop or feel bored?
What do inflicted patients feel during Ruqiah?
It is different from one person to the other depending on the kind of adversary they are being harmed by. Inflicted patients typically experience excessive yawning, shivers mostly in the hands and feet, tingling, stinging, uncontrolled crying and screaming, pulse-like movement in random body parts, and vomiting.
How to diagnose Evil Magic, Hasad, and Evil Eye?
Avoid misdiagnosing psychological disorders with Spiritual disorders and vice versa. The first thing is figuring out if the patient suffers from hallucinations for example because of a medical condition or as a side effect of a medication they take.
Patients are asked if their symptoms get worse on certain days or certain occasions like getting a headache every day at 2:00 pm exactly. Also, if they have negative reactions to certain people or in certain places. The input and feedback of family members is also essential. For example, if there if they feel sick in a specific place ask them to search the place for Sihr items and to spray the doors and walls with Ruqia water.
To differentiate between being inflicted by Sihr versus Ayn, Raqi’s observes the reaction of patients while listening to Quran. Those inflicted by Hasad or Ayn feel so relaxed and laid back while listening to the recitation. However, Patients inflicted with Sihr, tend to feel pain and anxiety during the recitation.
Some Raqi base their diagnosis on what the Jinn says during Ruqia. The default is Jinn have no credibility as they habitually lie. However, there have been cases where the Jinn are honest momentarily under the pressure of Ruqiah and give advice to the patients on future lifestyle changes as when they advise the patient to read more of Surat Al-Baqarah and to stop dancing in front of the mirror.
Dreams are a major pillar in diagnosing the patient. Some patients see a specific person creating satanic harm for them. The mercy of Allah is manifested after the patients repent, in the form of seeing in their dream what brought this harm on them what is the cure, or both.
Watch for reactions but do not count only on them
During Ruqiah if you need to identify the type of spiritual disorder the patient has, recite and repeat specific verses of each disorder individually. So, recite for example verses that address Hasad and Ayn, then watch for reactions. Then verses of Mass, watch for reactions, then verses for magic, watch for reactions. However, diagnosis is a bit more complicated than that. There is a degree of overlapping in all spiritual disorders. For example, patients of Sihr might be affected still by verses of Mass. This is why scholars always teach us that, this is the world of the unseen, the invisible. The Raqi should always say, I think, or I guess as he could never give an affirmative diagnosis. No one knows the invisible for certain except for Allah. So the Raqi should be polite with Allah and say, “I think.”
If the patient is too sick to accept Ruqiah, then prepare the patient by giving him Ruqiah water to drink at home for as long and as much as you can, then do Ruqiah on him.
Our adversaries (Shaitan or Jinn) are not the same, depending on the type of Sheitan you struggle with, you may respond to certain Ruqia’s and treatment protocols differently than someone else. So what works for others may not work for you and vice versa.
Diagnosing the patient who has Shaitan inside, is not just limited to the rolling of the eyes, change in voice, and hand gestures. It could include how the patient feels internally like burning sensation, migraines, and chest pain. Even the patient’s thoughts during Ruqiah count as part of the diagnosis. Sometimes the patient feels a reaction toward the Raqi himself like wanting to attack the Raqi or feeling that the Raqi’s hand is too heavy and painful.
Sometimes Spraying the patient with Ruqia water helps determine if they are inflicted as they may feel pain in certain body parts. Others do Ruqia on Musk fragrance oil or black seed oil and ask the patient to sniff it and watch for their reaction like getting a sudden seizure or passing out. Drinking Ruqiah water may induce vomiting in an inflicted patient. Some diagnose patients by giving them a mix of Ruqiah water mixed with vinegar and honey to drink before starting the session.
The movement and the position of the fingers and toes are important for diagnosis. Certain involuntary hand and finger gestures let the Raqi know the type of infliction. This is why the patient is instructed to not move their body during Ruqiah because the Raqi keeps an eye on the involuntary movements of the patients. When the patient adds his movement as well, the Raqi has to figure out if this is voluntary or involuntary.
Choice of Verses:
Some patients will only react to specific words only in the Ruqia. That is why If the Raqi does not understand the meaning their skill becomes limited. Some patients will react only to verses that talk about the sea, water, or diving, or maybe they will respond only to verses that cover sex and adultery. In this case, the Raqi will change the Ruqia to be a compilation of verses that talk about this specific topic. Ruqia is different than regular recitation.
During Ruqia, Raqi’s can use verses of the Quran that address a certain topic even if these verses in the Quran and meant for a different topic. For example, In the Al-Baqarah chapter, verse 137, Allah says “If they believe in the same as you have believed in, then they have been guided. But if they turn away, then they are in schism. God will protect you against them; for He is the Hearer, the Knower.” Here the Raqi could quote from this verse “God will protect you against them” and keep repeating it.
If there are multiple spiritual disorders (complex infliction) always start with treating Ayn and Hasad first. If someone makes evil magic to someone else, this means that the person who requested the Sihr to be created is consumed with hate and jealousy.
Possession by Shaitan is different than possession by Jinn. Unlike Jinn, Shaitan will rarely talk during Ruqia, change the patient’s voice, and manifest in eye movement.
The treatment is not over when the Jinn leaves the body because there could be more than one Jinn in the body however the weakest will leave first. There is no way for certain that Raqi can say that this body is now Jinn-free for sure. They can only count on the feedback of the patient who feels like something left their body.
Nugget: Know that what you are feeling is true. You are not hallucinating. You may get misdiagnosed with anxiety and various psychotic disorders. Do not get disappointed if you feel that people around you can’t understand what you are going through. It is enough to know that Allah knows. Know that by the end of this, you will be much closer to Allah and you will be a better believer than ever before.
These verified statements by Prophet Muhammed prove that Shaitan can settle inside the human body
A woman came to prophet Muhammed and said “This is my son. Seven years ago something wrong started taking over him about twice a day. Prophet Muhammed said “Bring him closer”, and she brought him closer to the prophet. He spittled in his mouth and said “Get out you enemy of Allah, I am the prophet of Allah.” The young man was cured.
It was narrated that ‘Uthman bin Abul-‘As said: “When the Messenger of Allah appointed me as governor of Ta’if, I began to get confused during my prayer until I no longer knew what I was doing. When I noticed that, I traveled to the Messenger of Allah, and he said: ‘The son of Abul-‘As?’ I said: ‘Yes, Messenger of Allah.’ He said: ‘What brings you here?’ He said: ‘ Messenger of Allah, I get confused during my prayer until I do not know what I am doing.’ He said: ‘That is Shaytan. Come here.’ So I came close to him, and sat on my feet then he struck my chest with his hand and spittled in my mouth and said: ‘Get out, Enemy of Allah!’ He did that three times, then he said: ‘Get on with your work.’” ‘Uthman said: “Indeed, I never felt confused (during my prayer) after that.” Authentic Grade: Sahih Darussalam, Book 31, Hadith 113