An Introduction To Islamic Remedies – 2
In previous part, I discussed about Islamic remedies. In this part, I will explain more about using Arabic names of god and verses of Quran.
Arabic Names of God and Planetary configuration
Using Arabic names of god are widely recommended in remedies. As said in earlier part, there are 99 names of god which were mentioned in Quran. They are divided into two groups. First group shows the glories of god and the second group shows the beauty of the god.
In this part, I will discuss more about using these names. I know that it may sound strange for you if you are not a Muslim because you would not be familiar with Arabic words. Using Arabic names of god has various methods, some of them are really complicated so, I will try to make it easy.
The first and foremost method of using the names is to select a name according to the
Problem. Here I should mention that the names are not only used for remedial purposes, the main reason for using them is for the advancement of the soul. As mentioned earlier, the names should be repeated in exact number to have a definite influence. Numeral values are usually based on Abjad numeral system or similar systems.
The numeral values should be decided according to following factors:
1- Numeral value of the name
2- Sum of Numeral value of the native’s name and his mother
3- Choosing some famous numbers like 7, 11, 40, 70, 100, 108, 110, 400, 700, 1000
The wise astrologer should decide the number according to the situation. It’s really important to determine the tolerance of the native. Someone may be capable to say 5000 times per day and another person may run out within 100 times. One may be ready to continue for several days and others may stop it after few days. I usually suggest 11, 14, 40 continuous days. For gaining better results native should pray, do charity and Retraction.
Here is my classification for the names according to planets. The suggested numbers are calculated by numeral value of the name. Please note that for safety, I will tell only safe names with safe numbers.
Ya Rahman (299 times)
Means “the all-compassionate”, can be used when Moon or Venus is afflicted. It’s useful for seeking forgiveness. Also brings opportunity in native’s life.
Ya Aziz (94 times)
Means “the victorious”, this name can be used in case of Debilitated Sun, Afflicted Venus, to increase fame and good reputation when arudha lagna is afflicted.
Ya Musawwir (336 times)
Means “the Shaper of Beauty”, useful in case of Dangers in delivery, 5th house affliction. This name can be chanted by mothers to change the morality or situation of the children.
Means “the Creator’, this word should be used in case of chronic diseases specially heart problems. It is very useful during convalescence period.
Its number is 731 but can be reduced to 74 or 110.
Means “the giver”, King Solomon asks God to give him a kingdom unmatched after him. As Quran says: “forgive me my lord, and give me a kingdom the like of which will not befall any after me, surely, you are the giver” Chapter 38 verse 35
This name can be chanted 14 times after each prayer while prostration or “sujud” to increase material gains.
Ya Fattah (489 times)
It means “The opener”. This Word will be used during Saturn Dasa, Sade-Sadi, Saturn Transit, Ketu Transits and other restrictive conditions.
Ya Basit (72 times)
Means “Reliever” and also used like Fattah. It can be chanted 903 times on Saturday mornings to have better impact.
Ya Rafe’ (351 times)
It means “the exalter”. It is beneficial during Lagnesh, 10th lord and Sun period to gain promotion.
Ya Latif (129 times)
It means “the subtle one”. It can decrease harshness of Mars and make it more subtle. It is also beneficial for Mangal Dosha. It also is suitable for natives for whom marriage is getting delayed.
Ya Halim (88 times)
It means “the forbearing”. It is really works for Gemini and Scorpio Lagna and Retrograde Saturn. It builds patience in them.
It means Generous. Chanting this name without counting before sleep can contribute to a deep sleep. I usually suggest it instead of opiates and drugs. It really works and most natives habituated to drugs –give up using drugs.
Ya Hakim (78 times)
It means “the perfectly wise”, and useful for Mercury affliction. It is also suggested for remedying miscommunication and mutual problems. It is also useful during Mercury retrograde periods. Also, suggested in commercial and educational problems.
Ya Wadud (20 or 200 times)
Means “The loving one”, suggested for Distress and loneliness usually during Saturn or Ketu transits from the Moon and Venus or Kama houses. It is also used for overcoming fears.
Ya Vakil (66 times)
Means “trustee” or “lawyer”, sometimes it is very hard for a native to decide in difficult situations. For example, when the native falls in love and worried if his/her decision is the right one. In this condition, astrologer cannot ask him to sever the relation.
Another condition is when someone is not sure if one should go to another country or not or when one is not able to state with certainty the course of action from astrological predictions.
By chanting this name, native asks the god to become his lawyer. So it’s expected that during 40 days, the native will find a very clear sign to make the correct decision. Usually the signs will appear in a dream, phone call or a clear event.
“He is the lord of the east and the west; there is no god but him, take him for your guardian.” Chapter 73 verse 9
Ya Noor (256 times)
Means “The Light”, it will decrease the bad effects of debilitated or afflicted Sun. It also helps to increase power and fame in Sun periods.
Some Rules for using words:
It’s usually suggested to continue chanting the names for 40 days. Native should start it in a quiet position, in a silent room, with natural light (day light in days and with a candle in night) also suggested to sit in Qibla direction. Qibla is the direction that should be faced when a Muslim prays. It’s very good to chant names after prayer but should not chant them all one after the other. If you suggest someone to chant more than one name, then you should tell him to leave and come back again after some time.
Please note that this is the simplest method to find numbers. Experts can merge some names together but it’s not suggested for beginners. It also suggested performing Wudu before calling names. The Wudu is an Islamic ablution ritual which is necessary for praying in reading Quran.
Using Verses of Quran
The Quran contains 114 Chapters named “Surah”. Each chapter contains some verses. The smallest surah contains 3 verses and the longest has 286 verses.
The Islamic sages selected some verses for certain matters. King Solomon asked god to give him a kingdom which nobody can match after him. It is believed that if you exactly call the god with this literature you will also gain such prosperity. In chapter 21 verse 63, the god called the fire to become cold for Ibrahim.
“We said: o fire! Be a comfort and peace to Ibrahim”. So chanting this verse can calm down any kind of fire in native’s life. For example, this verse can be chanted for the one who can’t forget his previous love, for the one who is in a fight or similar matters and also useful in fevers.
Using verses has very special rules. For example, sometimes it should be chanted in number of lover’s name and sometimes should be called in the number of beloved name. Setting the number for calling verses are very dangerous because they can act in different ways. So I will elaborate here. As I already mentioned, it’s really important to consult a valid master before using these types of remedies.
Here is a point that everyone can read and use the Quran in case of spirituality but repeat of a certain verse has different effects and is not recommended without permission of masters. The verses should be called in Arabic.
Here is a list of some chapters of Quran related to plants according to a rare Arabic book named “Book on Al-Jaffr by Imam Ali ben Abitalib”. The Jaffr is the science of finding the answer from written question which is the most complicated numerological method in the world. The following sequence has started from the 73rd verse of Quran except 108th and 109th Verse. It’s suggested to read a chapter or some of its verses each day during the period of afflicted planets. There is no description about why these chapters are belonging to the planets in the text. It is just written: “So see within your heart how it starts from Sun and ends to the Sun”. As you see the first row starts from Sun and the last row ends to the Sun again. Reading these chapters can lead the native to a situation which starts from Signification of one planet and ends to another. For example if someone has problems in his love quest, he can read the second row which starts from Mars and ends to the Venus.
1- Al-Muzammel is the 73rd chapter, starts with the Sun and ends to the Sun
2- Al-Muddathir is the 74th chapter, starts with the Mars and ends to the Venus
3- Al-Qiyama is the 75th chapter, starts with the Moon and ends to the Saturn
4- Al-Insan is the 76th chapter, starts with Mercury and ends to the Saturn
5- Al-Mursalat is the 77th chapter, starts with Saturn and ends to the Mercury
6- An-Naba is the 78th chapter, starts with Venus and ends to the Mars
7- An-Naziat is the 79th chapter, starts with Saturn and ends to the Mars
8- Abasa is the 80th chapter, starts with Venus and ends to the Mercury
9- At-Takwir is the 81st chapter, starts with Jupiter and ends to the Saturn
10- Al-Infitar is the 82nd chapter, starts with Saturn and ends to the Sun
11- Al-Mutaffifin is the 83rd chapter, starts with Moon and ends to the Mars
12- Al-Inshiqaq is the 84th chapter, starts with Saturn and ends to the Jupiter
13- Al-Burooj is the 85th chapter, starts with Saturn and ends to the Mercury
14- At-Tariq is the 86th chapter, starts with Saturn and ends to the Saturn
15- Al-‘Ala is the 87th chapter, starts with Mars and ends to the Mars
16- Al-Ghashiya is the 88th chapter, starts with Sun and ends to the Sun
17- Al-Fajr is the 89th chapter, starts with Mercury and ends to the Moon
18- Al-Balad is the 90th chapter, starts with Venus and ends to the Moon
19- Ash-Shams is the 91st chapter, starts with Saturn and ends to the Jupiter
20- Al-Lail is the 92nd chapter, starts with Mars and ends to the Mercury
21- Ad-Dhuha is the 93rd chapter, starts with Saturn and ends to the Mercury
22- Al-Inshirah is the 94th chapter, starts with Mars and ends to the Jupiter
23- At-Tin is the 95th chapter, starts with Sun and ends to the Jupiter
24- Al-Alaq is the 96th chapter, starts with Mercury and ends to the Moon
25- Al-Qadr is the 97th chapter, starts with Mars and ends to the Saturn
26- Al-Bayyina is the 98th chapter, starts with Moon and ends to the Venus
27- Az-Zalzala is the 99th chapter, starts with Jupiter and ends to the Saturn
28- Al-Adiyat is the 100th chapter, starts with Mars and ends to the Saturn
29- Al-Qaria is the 101st chapter, starts with Mars and ends to the Mercury
30- At-Takathur is the 102nd chapter, starts with Mercury and ends to the Moon
31- Al-Asr is the 103rd chapter, starts with Mercury and ends to the Saturn
32- Al-Humaza is the 104th chapter, starts with Sun and ends to the Mars
33- Al-Fil is the 105th chapter, starts with Saturn and ends to the Moon
34- Quraysh is the 106th chapter, starts with Saturn and ends to the Saturn
35- Al-Ma’un is the 107th chapter, starts with Jupiter and ends to the Saturn
36- An-Nasr is the 110th chapter, starts with Saturn and ends to the Mercury
37- Al-Masadd is the 111th chapter, starts with Saturn and ends to the Moon
38- Al-Ikhlas is the 112th chapter, starts with Jupiter and ends to the Saturn
39- Al-Falaq is the 113th chapter, starts with Mercury and ends to the Saturn
40- Al-Nas is the 114th chapter, starts with Sun and ends to the Sun
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