This is one of the very first healing methods Sidi taught his U.S. students in the late 1990s. It is a very simple way to heal using the sacred text of the Qur’an, yet it is very powerful. The Prophet Muhammad recommended reciting these 4 verses from the Qur’an every night before sleeping, because they are that powerful.
This healing ritual is performed on the client twice: once for clearing and then again the next morning for anchoring in the new creation. Before beginning, take a shower and wash your hair. While offering this healing, be in deep remembrance and feel Allah’s truth and reality to the best of your ability.
Audio files for each sura are provided for help with pronunciation, insha’allah. In one file the words are pronounced slowly, and in another the pronunciation is normal speed.
- Begin by repeating Sura Ikhlas 3 times, Sura Falaq 3 times, Sura Nas 3 times, and Sura Fatiha 3 times while your right hand is resting on the client’s heart and your left hand is resting on the top of their head.
- Afterwards, have the client take a shower.
- The next morning repeat the recitations with the client (this can be done over the phone). After reciting the suras, recite the adhan softly into the client’s right ear.
- Have the client take a shower and wash their hair.
- Do tawba for or with the client.
Al-ʾIkhlas (Sura 112)
qul huwa-llahu ʾahad
lam yalid wa lam yulad
wa lam yakul-lahu kufuwan ʾahad
Al-Falaq (Sura 113)
qul ʾaʿudhu bi-rabbi-l-falaq (i)
min sharri ma khalaq (a)
wa min sharri ghasiqin ʾidha waqab (a)
wa min sharri-n-naffathati fi-l-ʿuqad (i)
wa min sharri hasidin ʾidha hasad
An-Nas (Sura 114)
qul ʾaʿudhu bi-rabbi-n-nas
min sharri-l-waswasi-l-khannas (i)
ʾal-ladhi yuwaswisu fi suduri-n-nas (i)
Al-Fatiha (Sura 1)
ʾiyyaka naʿbudu wa ʾiyyaka nastaʿin
siraṭa-l-ladhina ʾanʿamta ʿalayhim ghayril-l-maghdubi ʿalayhim wa la-d-daaallin
allahu akbar allahu akbar (2x)
ʾashadu ʾal-la ʾillaha ʾilla-llah (2x)
ʾashadu ʾanna muhammada-n-rasulu-llah (2x)
hayya ʿala-s-salah (2x)
hayya ʿala-l-falah (2x)
allahu akbar allahu akbar
laa ʾilaha ʾilla-llah