Regarding healing with the Holy Quran, reciting the Quran itself brings comfort to the heart and is a cure for illnesses. Allah (SWT) said, “Say, “It is, for those who believe, a guidance and cure.” It has been established that the Prophet (PBUH) would treat himself and others with the Holy Quran by reciting some of its chapters and blowing on himself. Aisha (RA) said that she would read the Quran and wipe it over herself. The noble companions also affirmed this practice.
With the Holy Quran, blessings and benefits are obtained in this life and the hereafter. Among the chapters that are recited for healing is Surah Al-Fatiha, which has a tremendous benefit in healing all physical and psychological illnesses. It is one of the lawful means of treatment that has been established by the Prophet (PBUH). Abu Said Al-Khudri reported that some of the companions of the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) were on a journey when they came across some Bedouins who hosted them, but they refused to host them. They asked, “Do you have any remedy for a person bitten by a snake or stung by a scorpion?” A man among them replied in the affirmative and recited Surah Al-Fatiha, and the afflicted person was cured. The Bedouins gave them a flock of sheep, but they refused to take it until they had asked the Prophet (PBUH) about it. When they came to the Prophet (PBUH), they told him what had happened, and he asked them, “How did you know that it is a Ruqya?” Then he smiled and said, “Take it, for by my life, some accept it for a price that would be less than it.” In another narration of this story, he said, “Recite Umm Al-Quran (Surah Al-Fatiha), for I have been given it.”
*Follow-up on Lesson 2*
*How to Use Verses and Supplications for Healing*
*- Verses and supplications for relief, strength, provision, fear, pregnancy, opening up opportunities, and fulfilling other needs*
*Healing Verses for Everything*
*- We reveal from the Quran that which is healing and mercy to the believers*
*- Say, “It is for those who believe a guidance and a cure.”*
*- And He heals the hearts of the believers*
*- And a healing for that which is in the breasts*
*- And when I am ill, it is He who cures me*
*- “There issues from within the bodies of the bee a drink of varying colors wherein is healing for mankind.*
*How to Use Verses and Supplications for Healing*
*- The verses are recited over the patient or written with saffron water, dissolved in water, and drunk.*
*And whoever can obtain rainwater, it is blessed and healing for illnesses, as Allah says: “And We send down pure water from the sky, so that We may give life to a dead land and quench the thirst of many creatures.”*
*The Name of Allah “The Healer”*
*Recite on the patient 422 times after reciting Al-Fatiha seven times, then say: “O Allah, heal, You are the Healer, there is no healing except Your healing, O Allah, a healing that leaves behind no illness or pain.”*
This is a prayer in Arabic for healing and relief from pain. Here is the English translation:
“If someone is experiencing pain in their liver, stomach cramps, or palpitations in their heart, they should recite Ayatul Kursi three times over a clean and pure vessel. They should then make an intention to be healed from this illness and mention the disease in their heart. They should drink the water and, with pure intention and faith in the greatness of this verse, be healed by Allah’s permission.”
“Prayer for Healing and Relief”:
“Oh Allah, You are kind and have always been kind to us in all that has befallen us. You are Kind from eternity and with Your kindness, You have returned us. Return us from this affliction, oh the One who has hidden behind the throne. Do not disappoint us in our request, oh Lord, and relieve our distress. We do not ask You to reverse our fate, but we ask You for kindness in it. Oh Allah, be kind to us with a kindness that befits Your generosity. Heal us and cure us, oh Lord of the worlds. Send blessings upon our Prophet Muhammad and his family and companions.”
“Verses to Alleviate Pain and Soothe Headaches”:
Place your hand over the pain and recite the following verses:
– “That is from your Lord’s kindness and mercy.”
– “Allah intends to lighten your burden, for man was created weak.”
– “Now Allah has lightened your burden, knowing that there is weakness in you.”
– “Kaf, Ha, Ya, Ain, Sad. Remember the mercy of your Lord to His servant, Zachariah, when he called out to Him in secret.”
– “Have you not seen how your Lord extends the shade? And if He willed, He could have made it still.”
– “To Him belongs what is still in the night and the day, and He is the Hearing, the Knowing.”
– “If He willed, He could calm the wind so that they would lie motionless on its surface.”
– “And when My servants ask you concerning Me, then surely I am very near; I answer the prayer of the supplicant when he calls on Me. So let them respond to Me and believe in Me, that they may be guided.”
Then say: “Oh Allah, protect us from the difficulty of affliction, the grip of misery, the evil of fate, the joy of enemies, the attack of epidemics, sudden death, and all diseases and illnesses, by Your grace and presence, and by Your generosity, oh the Possessor of Majesty and Generosity. Send blessings upon our Prophet Muhammad and his family and companions.”
“Name of Peace”:
To alleviate pain, recite the “Name of Peace” (As-Salam) 41 times and be healed by Allah’s permission.
*Prayer for Eye Healing*
“O Allah, I seek refuge for the light of my eyes with the light of Allah that never goes out.”
And recite Ayat al-Kursi and blow on the eyes three times.
*Verses for Weak Sight and Eyestrain*
Recite the verse “We have removed the covering from you, so your sight today is sharp” seven times on the fingernails of both thumbs, then pray on the Prophet (peace be upon him) each time and touch the eyes with the thumbs to brighten them and remove any harm, God willing.
*Name of Allah (Ya Sami’u Ya Basir)*
Recite this 100 times for healing, and if healing does not occur, recite it 1000 times.
*Healing of the Eye*
Recite Surah Al-Ra’d 11 times with the intention of healing and touch the eyes.
*Verses for Curing Styes*
“Oh, Jacob’s look, I seek refuge for you from what he sought refuge from when he was afflicted with a stye.”
“Joseph’s shirt when the good news came to him.”
“By the right of Jacob, go away, O stye.”
*Healing from Fever*
Write on a white paper the verse “O fire, be coolness and safety upon Abraham” and “And they intended for him harm, but We made them the greatest losers.”
Then say, “O Allah, Lord of Gabriel, Michael, and Israfil, heal the bearer of this book with Your power and might, O Most Merciful of the Merciful.”
*The Reward of Fever*
“Indeed, a fever for one night is a forgiveness of one year.”
*Nosebleed and runny nose*
The patient puts their hand on their forehead and says, “Oh earth, swallow your water, and oh sky, withdraw your rain and let the water settle, and the matter be resolved.”
*Verse and prayer for warts*
“In the name of Allah, the most compassionate, the most merciful. They ask you about the mountains. Say: My Lord will blow them away with a blast. He will leave them a flat, level plain where you will see no curve or ruggedness.” Then say three times while placing your hand on the wart, “Oh protruding bump, I ask you by the power of the living Almighty who never dies, to leave and never return.” Then take a few grains of salt equal to the number of warts and recite Surah Al-Ikhlas (Say: He is Allah, the One…) three times on each grain on Friday, and throw the grains into flowing water like a river.
*Prayer for toothache*
Put your hand on the painful area and say, “Oh Allah, relieve him of the pain he is experiencing and the torment that he finds unbearable, through the intercession of your blessed Prophet who is close to you.” Repeat this seven times.
*Remedy for toothache*
Place your right hand on the painful area and recite, “Mim, ha, meem, kaf, ha, ya, ain, saad, qaaf. There is no god but Allah, the Lord of the Great Throne.” “Oh pain, stay calm, for if He wills, even the wind will be calm and provide shade on his back. Indeed, there are signs in this for every patient and grateful person.”
*Verses and prayers for relief, strength, sustenance, fear, pregnancy, opening up opportunities, and fulfilling other needs*
To strengthen the body, recite Surah Al-Hadid (The Iron) on a cup of water and drink it.
(Note: These are religious practices and beliefs that may vary depending on the individual and their religious tradition. It is important to consult with a medical professional for any physical or mental health concerns.)
These are various Quranic verses and supplications for different purposes such as relief, strength, sustenance, protection, fertility, opening of opportunities, and fulfillment of needs.
There is also a method mentioned for physical strength, which involves reciting Surah Al-Hadid on a glass of water and drinking it.
The supplication for strength goes: “In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. On my heart until it is saturated with the name of Allah, on my knees until they are strengthened by the name of Allah, on my body until it is strengthened in obedience to Allah, on the earth beneath me until it is folded up.”
The prophetic protection when one is fearful is: “I seek refuge in Allah, the Most Generous, with His complete words which no righteous or unrighteous person can surpass, and with all His beautiful names, whether I know them or not, from the evil of what descends from the sky and what ascends to it, and from the evil of what is created on the earth and what comes out of it, and from the trials of day and night and their visitors, except for one who knocks with goodness. O Most Merciful, make me among those who are near to You, and protect me from the evil of every evil, and from the evil of the accursed Satan. My guardian is Allah, Who revealed the Book, and He protects the righteous.”
The supplication for protection from illness and poverty goes: “There is no power or strength except in Allah, the Most High, the Most Great. I rely on the Living Who does not die, and all praise is due to Allah Who has neither taken a wife nor a child and has no partner in sovereignty, and Who has elevated His greatness. One should say this a hundred times and then recite “Glory be to Allah, and praise be to Him. Glory be to Allah, the Great. I seek forgiveness from Allah, the Great, and I repent to Him.”
To seek sustenance, one can recite “There is no god but Allah, the True King, the Manifest Truth” a hundred times, and “And whoever is given his sustenance from it, let him spend it; and whoever is withheld, let him keep it. Allah does not burden a soul beyond that which He has given it. Allah will cause ease after hardship.” This verse should be recited a hundred times on a Friday night.
Finally, there are two Quranic verses mentioned for abundance in wealth and prosperity: “It may be that Allah will bring about love (and friendship) between you and those of them with whom you are at enmity. Allah is Omnipotent; and Allah is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful.” and “And with Him are the keys of the unseen; none knows them except Him.”
– “Our Lord, judge between us and our people in truth, and You are the best of judges.”
– “And if the people of the towns had believed and feared Allah, We would have opened upon them blessings from the heaven and the earth. But they denied [the messengers], so We seized them for what they were earning [of evil].”
– “And if you [believers] seek the victory, the victory has come. And if you desist [from hostilities], it is best for you; but if you return [to war], We will return, and never will you be availed by your [large] company at all, even if it should increase.”
– “And they sought victory and disappointment befell every obstinate tyrant.”
– “And even if We opened to them a gate from the heaven and they continued therein to ascend.”
– “My Lord, indeed my people have denied me, so judge between me and them with decisive judgement and save me and those with me of the believers.”
– “Whatever Allah grants to people of mercy – none can withhold it; and whatever He withholds – none can release it thereafter. And He is the Exalted in Might, the Wise.”
– “Until, when they reached it [i.e. the valley of the ants], their nestlings said to them, ‘Did we not warn you to not speak to people?'”
– “Indeed, We have granted you a clear triumph.”
– “And [We] rewarded them with a near victory and a great booty which they will take.”
– “So We opened the gates of the sky with water pouring down in torrents.”
– “A victory from Allah and an imminent conquest.”
– “And the sky was opened and became gateways.”
– “When the victory of Allah has come and the conquest.”
– “Verses and supplication for those who suffer from insomnia:
– Read and linger in your cave for three hundred years, increasing [it] by nine.
– And We made your sleep [a means for] rest.
– Say, [O Muhammad], ‘O Allah, Lord of the seven heavens and what they shade, Lord of the earth and what it envelops, and Lord of the devils and what they lead astray, be for me a protector from the evil of Your creation, all of it, [being] that You befriend me not with them, nor they with me. My Lord, save me from their [harm].’ The Lord of Glory and Honor is free from what they attribute to Him. There is no deity except Him.”
– Whoever wants to wake up early:
In the name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Compassionate
(Verily, your Lord is Allah who created the heavens and the earth in six days, then established Himself above the Throne, covering the night with the day, each seeking the other in swift succession, and the sun, the moon, and the stars subservient to His command. Verily, His is the creation and the command. Blessed be Allah, the Lord of all the worlds.)
– A supplication to repel fear:
In the name of Allah, I seek refuge in the perfect words of Allah from His anger and punishment, and from the evil of His slaves, and from the whispers of devils and their presence.
– Preventing scary dreams:
Say before sleeping:
I seek refuge in Allah from the accursed Satan (three times).
Recite Ayat al-Kursi (three times) and when reaching “and His Throne extends over the heavens and the earth, and their preservation tires Him not. And He is the Most High, the Most Great” then repeat it three times.
Or read Surah At-Tariq (The Night-Comer) before sleeping.
– Fear of any matter or person:
Say after Fajr prayer one hundred times: “I seek forgiveness from all evil, there is no god but Allah.”
If you are afraid of harm from someone, say: “O Allah, make his plot backfire on him and protect me from his evil.”
And when reciting the Quran, say “We have placed over their hearts coverings, lest they understand it, and in their ears deafness. And if you invite them to guidance – they will never be guided, then – ever” until the end of verse 45 in Surah Al-Isra (The Night Journey).
Say “Glory be to You, there is no god but You, I rely upon You and You are the Lord of the great Throne” and “O Allah, I ask You for forgiveness, well-being, and perpetual health in my religion, my worldly affairs, and the hereafter. Verily, You are the Forgiving, the Merciful.”
The woman puts her hand on her belly and says, “In the name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Compassionate. O Lord, do not leave me alone, and you are the best of inheritors. And say, “Appoint for me, from Yourself, a guardian who will inherit me and inherit [also] from me and provide [for me]. [He is] my Lord – make him a paragon of virtue and do not let Satan interfere with him.” O Allah, I seek forgiveness from You and I repent to You. You are the Forgiving, the Merciful. (This should be recited 70 times)
After prayer and during prostration, say “O Lord, grant me good offspring from Yourself. Indeed, You are the All-Hearing, the One who responds to prayers.” (This should be recited 41 times)
The woman recites the name “Al-Musawwir” (The Fashioner) on water 21 times while fasting for seven days after sunset and before breaking the fast. The husband also fasts for three days and does the same. Allah willing, they will be blessed with a child.
Recite Surah As-Samad and Surah At-Tariq for the woman, and repeat the phrase “He brings forth the living from the dead and brings forth the dead from the living” (This should be recited multiple times)
Place your hand on the child’s forehead when hearing the call to prayer and say, “O Allah, we ask You for his goodness and seek refuge with You from his evil. You have him by the forelock.” After the supplication, recite Surah An-Naba.
Place your right hand on your heart and say, “Glory be to the King, the Holy One, the Lord of the angels and the spirit, the Creator who does what He wills. He can take you away and bring forth a new creation if He wishes. This is not too difficult for Allah, the Mighty.”
Protecting against the evil eye:
Say, “Whatever Allah wills [will occur]; there is no power or strength except with Allah. I bear witness that Allah has power over all things, and He has counted everything.” Then recite the verse, “And indeed, those who disbelieve would almost make you slip with their eyes when they hear the message, and they say, ‘Indeed, he is mad.’ But it is not except a reminder to the worlds.” These verses can be used for washing, sprinkling, and drinking. Then recite the verse “Return your gaze. Do you see any flaw?”
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– For the person who is affected by the jinn:
“We recite in his ear “There is no power or might except with Allah, the Most High, the Most Great” then recite Ayatul Kursi and repeat the phrase “Their preservation does not burden Him, and He is the Most High, the Most Great”. Alternatively, we recite in his ear “In the name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Most Compassionate, Meem, Ha, Meem, ‘Ain, Seen, Qaf, and the Wise Quran. By the pen and what they write. Indeed, the patient will be healed by the permission of Allah.” It is also beneficial to recite Surah Al-Jinn 13 times on a cup of water and spray it on the walls of the house or wash the affected person with it.
– Duaa for relieving distress:
“O Allah, O Bestower of blessings, O Repeller of harm, O Reliever of distress, O Remover of injustice, O Most just of judges, O Beloved of those who were wronged, O Protector of those who were wronged, O First without a beginning and O Last without an end, O You who has a name without a nickname, make relief for me in my affairs.” Whoever recites “Ya Awal Kulli Shayin wa Akhiruhu” 500 times after the Dhuhr prayer, Allah will relieve their distress.
– Duaa for relieving grief, calamities, and afflictions:
“In the name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Most Compassionate. I sought al-Kafi and found that al-Kafi is sufficient for every seeker. May al-Kafi suffice me, and all praise is due to Allah.”
– Duaa for relief, victory over enemies, and fulfilling debts:
“There is no relief for it except with Allah. Read it 1153 times with a sincere intention.”
– Duaa for relief:
“Say, ‘He who calls upon Allah while in the darknesses – there is no deity except Him. He is the Exalted in Might, the Wise.’ And if the sick person recites it 40 times, he will be given the reward of a martyr and if he recovers from his illness, his sins will be forgiven. Recite this dua 1000 times: ‘O Allah, send blessings, peace and blessings upon our Prophet Muhammad and his family and companions. Send a quick prayer with the might of Allah. O Allah, send blessings upon our beloved Prophet Muhammad, the healer of illnesses and the reliever of grief.’ Recite this dua 100 times before Fajr prayer and before speaking to anyone: ‘In the name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Most Compassionate. There is no power or might except with Allah, the Most High, the Most Great. O Living, O Sustaining, O Forbearing, O Eternal, O Everlasting, O Unique, O One, O Eternal. In the name of Allah, all praise is due to Allah, and may Allah send blessings and peace upon the Messenger of Allah. O Allah, teach us what is beneficial for us and benefit us from what you have taught us.’ Then ask for your need and say, ‘O Allah, respond to my request.'”
*For quick memorization:*
*Whoever recites “Ya Basir” 100 times, Allah will open his insight and make his affairs easy.*
*We place books in front of us and recite Surah Al-Fatihah three times, Ayatul Kursi three times, Al-Falaq once, and An-Nas once. After reciting on the books, we recite them on ourselves, but with perseverance and diligence.*
*To strengthen memory:*
*And if all the trees on earth were pens and the ocean was ink, with seven oceans behind it to replenish it, the words of Allah would not be exhausted. Indeed, Allah is Exalted in Might and Wise. He did not create you and me except as one soul. Indeed, Allah is Hearing and Seeing. (Surah Luqman)*
*For mental clarity:*
*Recite “Bismillah Al-Rahman Al-Rahim” 786 times over a cup of water and drink it on an empty stomach. Alternatively, write Surah Yasin with musk and saffron, erase it with rose water, and drink it for seven consecutive days. This will help you remember everything you hear.*
*And whoever writes and erases “Ism Allah Al-Wahhab” with water and drinks it, Allah will make it easy for him to understand and memorize.*
*For those who forget often:*
*Recite the two verses “And recite, and your Lord is the most Generous” and “We will recite to you, so do not forget” 100 times.*
*For memorizing the Quran:*
*Recite these blessed verses after reciting Surah Al-Fatihah:*
*”Ancient words that never tire of hearing them, they offer protection from speech, actions, and intentions. I seek refuge in them from all ailments, and their light is a guide for my mind in times of ignorance and confusion. O Lord, grant me the enjoyment of their secret letters and enlighten my mind, hearing, and vision with them.”*
*Whoever wants to start writing about sciences should recite “Ya Mubdi” 56 times.*
Note: These are religious practices and beliefs, and their effectiveness may vary depending on an individual’s faith and personal experiences.
*A prayer for the preservation of the Quran*
“Oh Allah, I ask You by the right of Your entrusted secret in the heart of Your Prophet Muhammad, and the secret of Your presence in the souls of Your saints, and the miracles of Your kindness in Your abilities, and the moments of Your mastery in Your inventions, and the wonders of Your wisdom in Your creations, to make my image associated and adorned, ready to acquire scientific images consistent with the unified images. Make me a bearer of the secret of the Quran, O the one who responds, described with the descriptions of the secret of the Furqan, and choose me with the launching of the tongue, and decorate my interior with the light of Oneness, and remove from me the lights of your manifestations. Oh Allah, I ask You for a secret from Your secrets, a command from Your commands, and a light from Your light. Grant us success and guide us to Your satisfaction and the satisfaction of others with You, O Most Merciful of the Merciful. And may Allah bless our Master Muhammad, his family, and his companions.”
*For those who want to wake up early*
Say before sleep: “If the sea were ink for [writing] the words of my Lord, the sea would be exhausted before the words of my Lord were exhausted.” (Quran 18:109)
And say, “Oh Allah, do not let Your deception overcome us, and do not let us forget Your remembrance, and do not expose our shortcomings, and do not make us among the unjust people. Oh Allah, awaken us in the hours that are dear to You so that we remember You, and when we call upon You, You respond to us, and when we seek forgiveness, You forgive us. Oh Most Merciful of the Merciful.” Then recite Al-Fatiha, the last verse of Surah Al-Baqarah, Al-Ikhlas, and Al-Mu’awwadhatayn.
*To see the Prophet ﷺ in one’s dream*
Recite, “And We did not send any messenger except to be obeyed by permission of Allah. And if, when they wronged themselves, they had come to you, [O Muhammad], and asked forgiveness of Allah and the Messenger had asked forgiveness for them, they would have found Allah Accepting of repentance and Merciful.” (Quran 4:64) And say, “Oh Allah, bless the soul of our Master Muhammad in the souls, his body in the bodies, and his grave in the graves.” Also, say before sleep, “I seek refuge in Allah from the accursed Satan” (five times) and “In the name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Compassionate” (five times). And say, “Oh Allah, by the right of Muhammad, show me the face of Muhammad, peace be upon him, immediately and always.”
To attract customers:
If someone wants to sell something and is facing difficulties, they should write the following verse seven times on a piece of white paper: “And proclaim among the people the Hajj [pilgrimage]; they will come to you on foot and on every lean camel; they will come from every distant pass.” Then, they should hang the paper in their house, store, or in a place where there is air flow. Whoever recites Surah Al-Hijr and hangs it up will see an increase in their wealth and sales.
To release a prisoner:
The prisoner should recite the verse “Verily Allah upholds the heavens and the earth lest they cease; and if they should cease, no one could uphold them after Him. Indeed, He is ever Forbearing and Forgiving.” (Quran 35:41) 400 times. Then they should say the following prayer: “O Listener of every sound, O Racer to fulfill every need, O One who covers the bones and raises them up after death, I ask You by Your Mighty Names and Your Great, Hidden Name that no one knows among Your creatures, O One who is Gentle in His creation, O One who is known for His eternal kindness, please relieve me of my affliction.” Finally, recite Surah Yusuf once in a gathering solely for the sake of Allah and say “In the name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Compassionate, there is no power or might except with Allah, the Most High, the Most Great. Whatever Allah wills happens. He is sufficient for us and is the best disposer of affairs” 1,000 times.
To retrieve something lost:
Recite “Ya Hafiz” (O Preserver) 119 times without any increase or decrease. Then recite the following verse from Surah Luqman also 119 times: “Indeed, if the lost object should be as small as a mustard seed and should be hidden in a rock or in the heavens or in the earth, Allah will bring it forth. Indeed, Allah is Subtle and Acquainted [with all things].” If the lost item is still not found, recite Surah Al-Fatiha and say “Indeed, He is capable of returning it” 1,135 times every day.
Prayer of Prophet Khidr for protection from theft and harm:
In the name of Allah, whatever Allah wills, no one can repel harm except Allah. In the name of Allah, whatever Allah wills, every blessing comes from Allah. In the name of Allah, whatever Allah wills, no one can bring about good deeds except Allah. In the name of Allah, whatever Allah wills, there is no power or might except with Allah. Then say, “I seek refuge from the poison of the scorpion, the venom of the snake, the hand of the thief and the female thief, from our property and our situation, and everything that we own, a thousand thousand times. There is no power or might except with Allah, the Most High, the Most Great.”
Title: The Absent Response and the Stolen Purpose
Read “Our Lord, You are the Gatherer of mankind to a Day about which there is no doubt. Indeed, Allah does not fail in His promise.” (15,000 times).
Read Ayat Al-Kursi (313 times), Surah Al-Fatiha (1001 times), and Surah Al-Ikhlas (1001 times).
For those who have been tested with drinking alcohol, committing adultery, abandoning prayer, or other sins:
Let them read Surah Al-Ikhlas (1001 times), Ayat Al-Kursi (313 times), and the prayer of salvation (1000 times) on a shirt, and then wear the shirt and repent with the permission of Allah Almighty.
For those tested with smoking:
Read Surah Ad-Dukhan on a glass of water and drink it on an empty stomach for a week, and with the permission of Allah, one will be able to quit smoking.
For the soul that tends toward evil:
Say “O Allah, O Allah, O Allah, O Kind, O Kind, I ask You for a spiritual ink that strengthens my partial and complete strengths until I overcome myself with it.” Or read this supplication (18 times): “In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. O Living, O Self-Sustaining, by Your mercy, set right all my affairs, and do not leave me to myself even for the blink of an eye.”
To remove a bad neighbor:
Read Surah Az-Zalzalah (41 times), and when you reach the word “Ash-tata,” repeat it seven times.
Whoever writes the following verse: “So We opened the gates of heaven with pouring water and caused the earth to burst with springs, and the water met for a matter that had been decreed,” (Quran 54:11-12) on a stone and throws it into flowing water or a well, the water will increase.
Read Surah Al-Fath and then make the following prayer before entering the exam: “O my Lord, grant me easy entrance and a successful outcome. O Allah, make me benefit from what I have learned.” Also recite these verses from Surah Taha: “My Lord, expand for me my breast [with assurance] * And ease for me my task * And untie the knot from my tongue that they may understand my speech.”
To enter upon people of authority:
If you fear being in the presence of people with authority, recite “La ilaha illa Allah al-Halim al-Karim, Subhan Allah Rabbi al-Samawati al-Saba’i wa Rabb al-‘Arsh al-‘Azim, la ilaha illa anta, ‘Azza jarak wa jal thanauka.”