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WHAT IS RUQYAH?

WHAT IS RUQYAH?

What is Ruqyah?

Ruqyah in Islam is simply the recitation of Qur’an, seeking of the refuge of Allah subhana wa ta’aala , remembrance and supplications that are used as a means of treating sicknesses and other problems like Black Magic, Evil Eye, Envy and Demonic Possession and more.

But this is not all. Qur'an is a healing for all ailments except old age and death that are inevitable.

The Qur'an contains treatment for the hearts and souls, and as such it is a means of expelling all sicknesses from the body.In this regard the Qur'an is the healing and remedy for many diseases.

Allah says (interpretation of the meaning):

“And We send down of the Qur’an that which is a healing and a mercy to those who believe” 

[al-Isra’ 17:82]

Types of Ruqyah:

There are two types of Roqya: Roqya which is prescribed in the Qur'an and Prophetic narrations and ruqyah which contains shirk.

Firstly: Ruqyah according to the Qur'an and Sunnah; there are certain conditions one must follow:

a) That Ruqyah must be performed with the words of Allah (Qur'an) or his names and attributes, glorified be he.

b) That Roqya should be performed in Arabic or in a language that one is able to understand.

c) One must believe that ruqyah is not of itself cure but the cure is from Allah (glory be to him) alone, but we need to use the means that Allah has provided us in Islamic law that cure.

Ibn Hajar in Fath al Bari 10/602, all scholars have agreed upon the permissibility of ruqyah providing the above conditions are met.

Secondly ruqyah ash-shirkiyyah:

This is ruqyah in which other than the help of Allah is sought, by supplicating or calling help or to seek the protection from other than Allah; like the names of spirits, angels, pious believers or even prophets.

As for supplicating to other than Allah then this Shirk Al Akbar (major shirk which removes one from Islam) and when this is performed you may not recognise this as they may do it in a non-arabic language; one that have never heard before or not understand, and the reason for that may be so that you associate others partners with Allah whilst you are not aware of it. Needless to say that this is from a type of ruqyah that is not allowed under Islamic law.

RUQYAH AS SHARIA

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TYPES OF SIHR (BLACK MAGIC)

1. Sihr Al-Khumul (Lethargy)

How this happens
A saahir (sorcerer/sorceress) would send a Jinn to the targeted person, instructing him to settle in his brain and make him introverted and lonely. The Jinn would do his best to carry out the mission, and the symptoms of this Sihr would appear, according to the strength and weakness of the Jinn entrusted with the task.

Symptoms

1. Love of isolation
2. Absolute introversion
3. Constant silence
4. Anti-sociability
5. Forgetfulness
6. Frequent headaches
7. Quietness and constant fatigue

2. Sihr Al-Mahabbah / At-Tiwala (Love)

Rasoolullah (Sallallaahu ‘Alayhi wa Sallam) said: “Ar-ruqa, at-tama’im and at-tiwala are acts of shirk (polytheism).” – (Ahmad) (1/381)

According to Ibn Al-Athir, At-Tiwala is a type of Sihr which makes a man love his wife. The reason why this type of Sihr is classed by the Prophet (saw) as an act of polytheism is because those who have it done for them believe that it has an effect and does the opposite of what Allah (swt) has prescribed. – (An-Nihaya: 1/200)

I would like to emphasise that the ruqyah (treatment) referred to in the above hadith is the one which seeks the assistance of Jinn and devils and consists of acts classed as polytheistic. However, the ruqyah which is based on the Qur’an and lawful supplications of Allah is lawful, according to scholars. It is reported in Sahih Muslim that the Prophet (Sallallaahu ‘Alayhi wa Sallam) was quoted as saying: “There is no harm in using ruqyah as a means of treatment provided it does not consist of anything polytheistic.”

3. Sihr At-Takhyil (False Appearance of Objects)

Allah says: They said, “Moses, will you throw something down or shall we be the ones to throw.” He said, “You throw!” So when, they charmed people’s eyes and overawed them. They produced a splendid Sihr. And We revealed to Moses: ‘Cast thy staff.’ And lo, it forthwith swallowed up their lying invention. So the truth came to pass, and false was proved what they were doing. So they were vanquished there, and they turned about, humbled. And the sorcerers were cast down, bowing themselves. They said, ‘We believe in the Lord of al-’Alamin (Jinn and mankind), the Lord of Moses and Harun. (7:117-122) They said, ‘Moses, either you will cast (something) or shall we be the first to cast (a spell)?’. It seemed to him under the effect of their Sihr that their ropes and stuff were sliding. (17:65-66)

Symptoms

1. A fixed object would appear to be mobile, while a mobile object would appear to be fixed for the viewer.
2. A small object would appear large, while a large object would appear small for the viewer.
3. The false appearance of objects: Under the effect of the magic of Pharaoh’s sorcerers, ropes and rods appeared to viewers as real snakes.

4. Sihr Al-Junoon (Becoming Insane)

Kharija Ibn Salat reported that his paternal uncle went to the Prophet (Sallallaahu ‘Alayhi wa Sallam) and declared his conversion to Islam. On his way back, his uncle passed by a people who had fettered a lunatic in chains. They said: “We were told that your companion (the Prophet Sallallaahu ‘Alayhi wa Sallam) has brought good with him. Do you have anything with which to cure our lunatic?” I recited al-Faatihah (the opening chapter of Qur-aan) and he was cured. They gave me one hundred sheep and then approached the Prophet (Sallallaahu ‘Alayhi wa Sallam) to inform him of it. He asked: “Did you say anything other than this?” I replied: “No.” He said: “Take it, for by my life, some would accept in return for a false Ruqyah, but you have done this with a genuine one.” According to another narration, “the man cured him by reciting al-Faatihah for three days, day and night; whenever he finished reciting it, he would gather his saliva and spit.”

Symptoms

1. Severe absentmindedness and forgetfulness
2. Confused speech
3. Bulging eyes and deviation of sight
4. Restlessness
5. Inability to do a task regularly
6. Disinterest in one’s appearance
7. ln severe cases, one can tell from a lunatic’s face that he does know where he is going, and he would probably sleep in derelict places

5.Sihr of Separation

This is very common form of black magic which aims to separate or make discord between two spouses, or stir up hatred between two friends or two partners.
Allah says: (…and they follow what the Shayaateen (devils) recited over Sulaymaan’s Kingdom. Sulaymaan disbelieved not but the Shayaateen disbelieved, teaching the people sorcery, and that which was sent down upon Babylon’s two angels, Haroot and Maroot; they taught not any man, without they said, ‘We are but a temptation; do not disbelieve.’ From them they learned how they might divide a man and his wife, yet they did not hurt any man thereby, save by the leave of Allah (swt), and they learnt what hurt them and did not profit them, knowing well that whosoever buys it shall have no share in the world to come; evil then was that they sold themselves for; if they had but known.) (al-Baqarah/02: v 102)

Jabir (RadiyAllahu ‘anhu) reported that the Prophet (Sallallaahu ‘Alayhi wa Sallam) said: “Iblis would lay his throne on water and would send his brigade of demons. The lowest among them in rank is the one who is most notorious in stirring up fitna. One of the demons would, after a mission, come and say to Iblis, ‘I have done so and so.’ Iblis would reply, ‘You have not done anything.’ Another one would come and say: ‘I have not left such and such person until I separated him from his wife.’ Iblis would come closer to his demon and say, ‘How good you are.’” – (Muslim in An-Nawawi : 17/157)

Symptoms of Sihr of Separation:

1. A sudden change in attitude from love to hate.
2. Exaggerating the causes of disputes between two people, even though they may be trivial.
3. Changing the mental image that a woman may have of her husband, or changing the mental image that a man may have of his wife; so that the man would see his wife in an ugly way, even though she were beautiful. In reality, it is the demon who is entrusted with the task of performing this type of Sihr is the one who would appear to the husband in her person, but in an ugly way. By the same token, the woman would see her husband in a horrible way.
4. The person affected by Sihr hates anything the other party does.
5.The person affected by Sihr hates the place in which the other party stays. For instance, a husband may be in good mood when he is outdoors, but when he returns home, he feels quiete depressed.
According to Al-Hafidh Ibn Kathir, the cause of separation between two spouses through this Sihr is that each of them appears to the other as an ugly or ill-mannered person. – (Tafsir ibn Kathir: 1/144)

6. Sihr Al-Hawatif (Bad Dreams & Hearing Voices)

Symptoms

1. The patient experiences nightmares
2. The patient sees in a dream as if someone were calling him
3. The patient hears voices talking to him when awake, but cannot see where these voices are coming from     
4. The patient hears much whispering (Al-Waswas)
5. The patient is very suspicious of his/her friends and relatives
6. The patient dreams of seeing himself/herself falling from a high place
7. The patient dreams of seeing himself/herself being chased by animals

7. Sihr Al-Marad (Illness)

Symptoms

1. Constant pain in one part of the body
2. Epilepsy
3. Paralysis of one area of the patient’s body
4. Total paralysis of the body
5. Disability in of one of the sense organs

8. Sihr An-Nazif (Bleeding Following Menses)

How it is achieved
This type of Sihr affects women only. A saahir sends a Jinn to the targeted woman and instructs him to cause her to bleed. To do so, the Jinn enters the woman’s body and circulates in her veins and arteries with the blood. This notion of circulation has long been warned about by the Prophet (saw) in the following tradition: “Shaytaan circulates in man’s body like blood.” – (Al-Bukhari: Fath Al-Bari: 4/282)
When the Jinn reaches a known vein in the woman’s womb, he stomps it so that the vein bleeds. This fact was also pointed out by the Prophet (Sallallaahu ‘Alayhi wa Sallam) when Hamna bint Jahsh asked his opinion on the issue of bleeding outside the period of menses, and he said: “Such bleeding is but one of Shaytaan’s stomping.” – (At-Tirmidhi)

According to another tradition, the bleeding “is the result of Shaytaan’s stomping on a vein rather than from a normal menses.” – (Ahmad and An-Nasai)

Therefore, according to both traditions, a menstruation that occurs outside its normal period is one of the Shaytaan’s stomps on one of the womb’s veins.

According to scholars of Fiqh (jurisprudence), an-nazif refers to al-istihaadha (continuous menstruation), and according to doctors, it refers to bleeding.

According to Ibn Al-Athir, al-istihadha means bleeding following a normal menses. This bleeding may last for months, and the amount of blood could be little or large.

9. Sihr of Impeding Marriage

The Jinn has two options
1. If he can enter the girl, then he would cause her to feel uncomfortable with any prospective husband and; thus, turn him down.
2. If he cannot enter the girl, then he would use the Sihr of imagination, from outside. As a result, a suitor would see the girl in an ugly image under the effect of the Jinn’s whispering, and so would the girl.
Under the effect of this Sihr and under the Jinn is whispering, a suitor, who would have initially agreed to the marriage, would decline after a few days, without any valid reason.
In cases of a strong Sihr, a suitor would, upon entering the house of his prospective wife, feel very uncomfortable and see darkness before him as if he were in prison, and so would never return. During the period of this Sihr, the Jinn may cause the girl to experience occasional headaches.

Symptoms

1. Occasional headaches, which persist despite medication
2. Severe tightness in the chest, especially between al-’asr and midnight
3. The patient sees the suitor in an ugly image
4. Absentmindedness
5. Anxiety during sleep
6. Occasional constant stomach-aches
7. Pain in the lower part of the back

10. Sihr regarding Sexual Intimacy

Al Sihr Ar-rabt (Penile Erection Problem during intercourse),
Al- ‘ajz al-jinsi (impotence) and Adh-dhu’f al-jinsi (sexual weakness)

Ar-Rabt Al-’ajzal-jinsi (sexual inability / impotence):

The man affected by this type of Sihr feels active and energetic about having sexual intercourse with his wife. His penis is even erected as long as he is distant from his wife. Nevertheless, as he approaches her, his penis shrinks and is unable to have sexual intercourse. It means a man’s inability to have sexual intercourse with his wife, whether he is distant from or near her, as his penis cannot erect.

Adh-du’f al-jinsi (sexual weakness):
A man can only have sexual intercourse with his wife after long periods. Sexual intercourse takes place for only a short time; after which the penis looses its rigidity.

Ar-Rabt in Women (sexual frigidity)
Just as a man suffers from ar-rabt (penile erection failure) and is unable to have sexual intercourse with his wife, a woman, too, may suffer from ar-rabt (frigidity).

There are some types of rabt in women:
1. Rabt al-man’(obstruction): It occurs when a woman prevents her husband from having sexual intercourse with her by tightly joining her legs together and obstructing his penis from entering into her vagina. This reaction is automatic and beyond her control, but one young man whose wife was affected by this type of Sihr, criticised his wife for her response, so she explained that it was beyond her control. One day, she told him to put iron shackles between her legs to keep them apart before, starting sexual intercourse. He did that, but it was to no avail. Alternatively, she told him to give her a drug injection if he wants to have sexual intercourse with her. It worked, but only one partner benefited.
2. Rabt at-taballud (lack of sexual feeling): The Jinn entrusted with the mission of Sihr settles in the centre of sexual feeling in the woman’s brain and causes her to lose her sexual feeling, at the moment of sexual intercourse with her husband. As a result, she feels no sexual pleasure and does not respond to her husband. Her body becomes numb even if her husband does what he wishes with her. In this type of Sihr, the glands do not release the fluid which lubricates the vagina, and therefore, the sexual act cannot be achieved.
3. Rabt An-nazif (bleeding at the time of sexual intercourse): This is different from Sihr an-nazif in one aspect. While, rabt An-nazif is confined to the time of sexual intercourse, Sihr an-nazif may last for several days. In this type of Sihr, the Jinn causes heavy bleeding to the targeted woman at the time of sexual intercourse with her husband, and thus prevents the man from having sexual intercourse with his wife. One day, one man, who was a soldier, told me that whenever he came home for holidays, his wife would bleed as soon as he arrived home. The bleeding would last for the holiday period which was approximately five days, but would stop as soon as he went back to work.

TREATMENT

There are three stages to fully cure an affected patient, by Allah's will...

1 – Pre-treatment
2 –
Treatment
3 –
Post-Treatment

Pre-Treatment

If you are planning on curing your loved ones yourself without taking them to an exorcist, you may do so by doing the following. Just so you know, it involves speaking to the jinn appointed for the task itself. So you must be prepared for that beforehand.

Place of treatment

Remove pictures from the place of treatment so that angels may enter.
Narrated Abu Talha: I heard Allah’s Apostle saying;“Angel (of Mercy) do not enter a house wherein there is a dog or a picture of a living creature (a human being or an animal).”
(Al-Bukhari, Book
#54, Hadith #448)

1.     There should be no music in the place of treatment.

2.     The place of treatment should be devoid of any unlawful act, such as men wearing gold, women without Hijab, or anyone smoking.

3.     Once the room is cleaned, the healer should recite Adhaan (call to prayers) in a loud voice, to ward off any evil spirit from the place of treatment.

4.     Diagnosing the case of Sihr & Checking for Symptoms.

 

First stage of Treatment of Sihr, Magic, Witchcraft, Jinn-Possession

1.     Lecturing the patient and his family on the Aqeedah (Oneness of Allah), so that their hearts are cleansed from any attachment to anything other than Allah.

2.     Ask questions relevant to their condition. They might come to you with a doubt in their mind, and you will ask questions in the same relevance. The reason for asking questions is only to confirm which type of Sihr/Magic has affected the patient. Once you are sure of the type of Sihr used, you may go on with the treatment afterwards.

3.     Taking talismans/unknown amulets from the patient and burning it. (Facts about Amulets)

4.     Do wudu (cleaning oneself for prayer), or ghusl (bath), tell everyone who are with you or with the patient to do the same.

5.     If the patient is a female Do not treat a woman who has not covered herself and if she is wearing perfume.

6.     Do no start treatment until she (the patient) covers her hair and body, it should be recommended to fasten her garments well so that her body is not revealed during the process of treatment.

7.     Do not treat a woman unless one of her mahaarim (unlawful person to marry) is present.

Once all the above is done, you may start the second stage of the treatment

Second stage for Treatment of Sihr, Magic, Witchcraft, Jinn-Possession

Now put your hand on the forehead of the patient and recite the following loudly in her/his ear. It is good to recite “Auzubillahi minashaytaanir rajeem” between the verses.

1.        Surah al-Fatiha

2.        Surah al-Baqara:1–5

3.        Surah al-Baqara:102(to be recited several times)

4.        Surah al-Baqara: 163 – 16

5.        Surah al-Baqara: 255 (Ayat-ul-Kursi)

6.        Surah al-Baqara: 285 – 286

7.        Surah Aal-e-Imran: 18 – 19

8.        Surah al-A’raaf: 54 – 56

9.        Surah al-A’raaf: 117 – 122 (to be recited several times)

10.     Surah Yoonus: 81 – 82 (to be recited several times)

11.     Surah Taa-ha: 69 (to be recited several times)

12.     Surah al-Mu’minoon: 115 – 118

13.     Surah as-saaffaat: 1 – 10

14.     Surah al-Ahqaaf: 29 – 32

15.     Surah ar-Rahmaan: 33 – 36

16.     Surah al-Hashr: 21 – 24

17.     Surah al-Jinn: 1 – 9

18.     Surah al-Ikhlaas

19.     Surah al-Falaq (“waminn sharrinn nafaasaate fil-uqad” should be repeated several times)

20.     Surah an-Naas

You may read yourself if you can, unless it is hard for you or felt sleep or etc.
You may want the patient to listen to it through
headphones instead of normal speakers. Audio recordings have the same effects as that of a healer, and will clarify if the patient is bewitched or not.

Reciting this ruqya will turn the patient into one of three conditions:

First Condition – If the patient has epileptic seizures and the Jinn speak through his tongue.

First Condition of the Patient during Ruqya

The patient goes through epileptic seizures, and the Jinn that has been appointed to the task of Sihr speaks through the patient. This is when you should deal with the Jinn. You should ask the jinn several questions. Remember, if the jinn denies answering the unnecessary questions then do not force him and proceed further.

What is your name?

What is your religion?

Why have you possessed the victim?

If he does not respond to the first two questions then you can come to the third question and ask him why he has possessed the patient. But first, if he mentions his religion Islam, then you should teach him the rulings of Islam and that a Muslims should not bother another Muslim and that it is Sinful. However if he is not a Muslim then invite him to Islam.

After you confirm whether he is a Muslim or not, you may then ask why the jinn has possessed the person. It might be for several reasons, mainly:

Jinn in love with the patient

Jinn working for a Witch

If the jinn says that he is in love with the patient, you should convince him. This is done depending upon the second question about religion. If Jinn is a Muslim, you can tell him that it is sinful to harm other Muslims, or anyone. If he is not a Muslim then you might have to be strict and tell him that you will burn him with the words of Quran. Keep in mind that, recitation of the Quran burns the evil-jinn. So incase the jinn does not agree on leaving, you may want to recite/repeat the Ruqya.

Now if the jinn works for a Witch, you would then require asking him where the Charm (Key/Amulet/Taweez) is buried/hidden. Always remember to confirm where it is buried before you let the jinn go since these jinn tell many lies. So it is better to confirm if the charm is found, and once found it should be destroyed in the following way.

Take some water in a bowl and recite the following verses in a way that the air from your mouth touches the surface of the water.

Surah al-Baqara: 102

Surah al-A’raaf: 117 – 122

Surah Yoonus: 81 – 82

Surah Taa-haa: 69

Now take the charm, let it be Ink, paper, perfume, and dissolve it in the water on which you recited the Verses above. Then spill that water at a distant location. Once the charm is removed, you should convince the jinn never to come back to the patient again.

If the Magic has been done through traces of hair/nails, then recite the above verses over water and tell the patient to drink from it and wash himself with it. It is fine to pour this water into more water to take a bath with.

If the Magic has been done through food/drink then the patient should feel pain in his stomach, in that case you do the same as above. If the pain continues, it is best to take some Senna leaves and bowl them in water. Recite the above verses and drink from it. It is the best laxative and it has no side effects. Used in all laxative medicines. You can add honey to sweeten it if the taste is bitter.

After the jinn is gone, tell the patient to listen to Ayat-ul-kursi three times every day for a month at least. It is required to check on the patient after a month and to recite the Ruqya to him just to make sure that the Jinn has left. If the patient does not feel uneasy and does not become epileptic then All praise is for Allah. If not then repeat the above.

And Allah is the Hearer of All.

Second Condition  – If the patient shivers and feels dizzy along with severe headaches.

During the recitation of Ruqya, the patient feels dizzy, shivers or has a severe headache; but would not become epileptic. In this case, repeat the Ruqya (2nd stage) three times. If the patient does become epileptic then follow the 2nd stage as mentioned before.

Now, if the patient does not become epileptic with repeating the Ruqya, but his shivering or headaches begin to ease, then recite the ruqya as in the 2nd stage for the next few days and he will recover by Allaah’s Leave.

However, if the patient does not recover, he should:

Listen to Surah As-saffaat once and Ayat-ul-kursi (verse 255 of Surah Baqara) several times – May it be from an Audio tape/ Audio file with Headphones. The patient should listen to it three times a day.

He should say his prayers in a group, i-e- at his Masjid (salaatal jama’a).

He should recite the supplication 100 times after Salatal-fajr (Morning Prayers), for one month:
‘La ilaha  illallaah wahdahu laa sharika lahu  lahulmulko wa lahulhamd wa huwa alaa kulli shay’in Qadeer.’

And the Prophet (peace be upon him) was truthful when he said: “Whosoever says:
La ilaha  illallaah wahdahu laa sharika lahu  lahulmulko wa lahulhamd wa huwa alaa kulli shay’in Qadeer.
100 times a day, will have a reward equal to the manumission of 10 slaves, will have ten good deeds added to and ten bad deeds erased from his register, and will be protected by this supplication the Satan throughout the day until the evening, No one is better than he who says this supplication except a man who says more.”

Refer: Al-Bukhari (In FathAl-Baari 6/338) and Muslim (An-Nawawi. 17/17)

It has been confirmed by many scholars, that the jinn is always helpless against the Raqis (exorcists) for one reason alone. That is – that they recite the above one hundred times after fajar prayers.

The headaches may often increase in severity but that would fade out gradually by Allaah’s Leave. By the end of the month the pain should have gone completely. If it is possible, the Ruqya should be recited again to see if the patient feels the usual dizziness or shiver and headaches. By Allaah’s Leave he will feel no pain and no more headaches.

The patient may also feels a severe tightening in the chest during this month. In that case, he should listen to the Ruqya again. Recitation of Quran burns the Jinn so they will stay away as long as you listen to it. In case the patient becomes epileptic, you can always follow the 2nd stage of treatment and untie the jinn.


Third Condition (Rare) 

If the patient does not feel any change, neither shivers nor headaches.

It often points to the possibility that the patient is not bewitched and that there is no sign of a jinn.  The patient may not feel anything during the recitation of Ruqya. In this case, you should further diagnose the case, asking for more details to confirm if it is not a medical illness.

Reciting the Ruqya at least three times would be suffice to determine a verdict. 

However, if some symptoms exist (in the history of the patient), advice the following:

The patient should listen to Surah Ad-dukhaan and Surah al-Jinn. May it be from an Audio tape/ Audio file but through headphones. It should be listened to three times a day.

The patient should say ‘astaghfirullaah’ 100 times or more every day.

The patient should say ‘laa hawla walaa quwwata illaa billah’ 100 times or more every day.

The patient should be observed for a month to see any increase/decrease in symptoms. After the month passes, you may follow the treatment in the second stage and look for any of the three conditions, and advise accordingly.

Third stage of Treatment of Sihr, Magic, Witchcraft, Jinn-Possession.


Now we come to the Third stage, also known as the Post-Treatment.
If the patient recovers through the Stage 2 (Ruqya) of the treatment and feels well, you should praise Allaah Who has made it possible. It should give you the feeling that we are all in need of Allaah, and that nothing is possible without HIS Will. Do not let yourself be driven by your success in treating cases of sorcery into a state of arrogance and denial of Allaah’s Support.

In Surah Ibrahim, Verse # 07, it says:
“And when your Lord proclaimed, ‘if you are thankful, surely I will increase you, but if you are thankless My chastisement is surely terrible.’”

However, the patient may still be exposed to a renewed Sihr (witchcraft). If those who do Sihr learn that the patient has sought treatment, they may go to a sorcerer to perform another Sihr. In order to avoid being afflicted by Sihr the second time, the patient should NOT inform anybody of his recovery. The jinn does not bother to possess its victim if it is hard for him to do so (since the Ruqya and the Remembrance of Allaah), yet if the people who put Sihr on the patient, if they come to know about it, they might go to the sorcerer and force him to renew the Sihr.

In any case, the patient should:

Observe Salaat (prayers) in a group (Salaatal Jama’a)

He should Not listen to Songs or Haraam Music

He should make Wudhu (cleaning/washing for prayers) and recite Ayat-ul-kursi, before going to bed.

He should remember Allaah at all times and begin every task with ‘Bismillah’.

He should recite ‘La ilaha  illallaah wahdahu laa sharika lahu  lahulmulko wa lahulhamd wa huwa alaa kulli shay’in Qadeer.’ 100 times after Salaatal Fajr (morning prayers).

And the Prophet (pbuh) was truthful when he said: “Whosoever says:
La ilaha  illallaah wahdahu laa sharika lahu  lahulmulko wa lahulhamd wa huwa alaa kulli shay’in Qadeer.
100 times a day, will have a reward equal to the manumission of 10 slaves, will have ten good deeds added to and ten bad deeds erased from his register, and will be protected by this supplication the Satan throughout the day until the evening, No one is better than he who says this supplication except a man who says more.
Refer: Al-Bukhari (In FathAl-Baari 6/338) and Muslim (An-Nawawi. 17/17)

He should read the Qur’an every day, or may even listen to its recitation if he is illiterate.

He should keep in company of pious people.

He should observe morning and evening supplications and start every task with the name of Allaah.

It is best to recite the following over a cup/bowl of water and then drinking from it and also adding that water into more water and taking a bath with it.

Surah al-Fatiha

Ayat-ul-kursi

Last three Surahs of Qur’an

It should be recited in a way that the air from the mouth touches the surface of the water. It will relieve any pain/illness from Shaytan instantly, All by Allah’s Leave.

Overall, it is the Remembrance of Allah that keeps the Evil away. Hence one should try to follow the Sunnah as much as one can, in order to seek protection from the Evil that Allah has created

here is the Quran as picture, read or come to the centre.

 

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