In our day- to- day life we often hear about cases wherein the victim faces security threats from his enemies and seeks police protection. The police may turn up for help and consequently, the victim feels safe and his tension gets released. In some other cases, wherein the enemy wants to harm the victim slyly, they resort to black magic. By using the weapon of black magic the enemy can be sure that they can inflict as much harm and bad luck as they want on the victim, without facing any ignominy. This is because is many cases the victims do not understand the trick which is played upon them. This ascertains that the enemy will not be found out and he can escape scot-free.
In black magic cases the victim urgently needs protection from the psychic attacks of his enemy. Certainly, in such cases police cannot come to the victim’s rescue. This is because the victim does not need only physical protection but also a supernatural one. Therefore in such cases the victim needs to seek the protection of Allah (swt), who is All-Powerful.
Now the question arises that which is the best way to seek Allah (swt)’s refuge? Well, there are numerous prayers which aim to seek Allah (swt) protection. However, the ones which have been specially revealed upon Prophet Mohammad (pbuh) by Allah (swt) for this purpose are none other than Surah Falaq and Surah Naas, collectively known as the Al-Mu'awwidhatayn. The significance of the Al-Mu’awwidhatayn can be proved by the following hadith:
Imam an-Nasai (ra) recorded in his Sunan al-Nasa’i from Uqbah bin Amir that Allah’s Apostle said, ‘Verily! the people do not seek protection with anything like these two: Say I seek refuge with the Lord of Al-Falaq.’ (Surah Al-Falaq, Holy Quran chapter 113) and say: I seek refuge with (Allah) the Lord of mankind’. (Surah an-Nas, Holy Quran chapter 114) [Tafsir ibn Kathir].
At one point of time, magic had been worked on the Holy Prophet by his enemy, who was a Jew. The following hadith shows that Prophet Mohammad (pbuh) was under the influence of magic for some time.
“Narrated Ayesha (ra): ‘A man named Labid al-A’sam, who belonged to the tribe of Bani Zaraiq, had worked magic on Prophet Mohammad (pbuh)”. Consequently, Allah’s Apostle began to imagine doing things which he had not done. One day or one night he was with us, he invoked Allah till a long time and then said, ‘O Ayesha! Do you know that Allah has instructed me regarding the issue I had asked Him about? Two men came to me and one of them sat near my head whereas the other sat down besides my feet. One of them asked his companion. ‘What is this man suffering from’? The other one replied, ‘He is under the effect of magic’. The first one asked, ‘Who has worked magic on him’? The other replied, ‘Labib bin Al-A’sam. The first one asked, ‘What material did he use’? The other replied, ‘, "Labid bin Al-A'sam.' The first one asked, 'What material did he use?' The other replied, ‘A comb and the hairs stuck to it and the skin of pollen of a male date palm’. The first one asked, ‘What is that’? The other replied, ‘(That is) in the well of Dharwan’. Therefore, Allah’s Apostle went to that place along with some of his companions. On his return he said, ‘O Ayesha, the color of its water is like the infusion of Henna leaves. The tops of the date palm trees near it are like the heads of the devils’. I asked, ‘O Allah’s Apostle! Why did you not show it to the people’? He replied, ‘Since Allah has cured me I dislike allowing evil to spread amongst the people’. Then he ordered that the well be filled up with earth’. (Sahih Bukhari-Vol: 7, Book:71, No. 658 & Vol.8 Bk.75 No.400).
During this time Hazrat Gabriel (pbuh) came and told the Holy Prophet (pbuh) to repeat the Mu’awwidhatayn. With every verse which he repeated a knot got loosened and a needle was taken out. Ultimately, all the knots were gradually loosened and Prophet Mohammad (pbuh) was freed from the charm.
The victim can seek Allah (swt)’s refuge through the Al-Mu’awwidhatayn in two ways:
Either read both of them frequently.
Or else they can be read in the morning and in the evening 41 times each, with 11 times Durud shareef, before and after the recitation.
If the victim opts for the second method then he/she should keep certain things in mind:
Perform wudhoo before the recitation.
Keep your mind focused on the purpose of your recitation.
To avoid disturbances and distractions try to read the Al-Mu’awwidhatayn in isolation and with your mobile phone switched off.
Surah Falaq should be recited before Surah Naas, as the former precedes the latter in the Holy Quran.
After reciting both the Surahs and the Durud shareef blow thrice on water in a bottle. Then take some of the water and wipe your body with it to ward off the negative energies or the evil entities.
Sprinkle some of the water on the four corners of your house for further protection from jinnat.
Recite this amal in a high but not too loud volume. This ascertains that if there are any jinnat who have possessed you, they will inshaAllah soon escape from your body. This happens because the devils worship Satan so when your recitation emits positive vibrations throughout your body, the prowling jinnat cannot withstand it as it becomes too painful for them.
Lastly, you can pray to Allah (swt) to protect you and your family from every kind of evil.
Repeat this amal daily for the best effects.
As you perform this amal daily and with devotion you will notice positive results in your life, inshaAllah. The power of Al-Mu’awwidhatayn will help you to get rid of that persistent, nagging headache also, which is one of the main symptoms of black magic.
Keep Me In Your Prayers,