Thursday, October 18, 2012

MOTHER’S NAME



MOTHER’S NAME

(Chapter no- 6)

Assalam oalaikum,


Has anybody wondered why buzurgs or amil kamils often enquire about a person’s mother’s name? Many people do not disclose their mother’s name because they fear that their enemies will cast black magic spells on them. If a person consults an amil, the first thing the amil asks him will be his mother’s name. What is so special about the mother’s name and how is it related to amalyaat?
In this post I shall disclose the secret behind the mother’s name
The name of a person’s mother helps in identification. Sometimes when the name of any person’s mother is not known, some amils use the name of Mother Hawwa. This is not the right practice.
If a person wants to find out whether someone is casting magic spells on his friend and he may consult an amil. However, he may be unfamiliar with his friend’s mother’s name. So he may tell the amil about his friend’s father’s name instead. This is also a wrong practice.
The reason being that there is guarantee that so and so is a person’s mother. However there cannot be any guarantee if so and so is a person’s father. Allah (swt) is All-Knowing and He knows the best. On the Day of Judgment everyone will be called by their mother’s name and not their father’s.
There might be umpteen people in this world by the name Kashif Hasan but when the mother’s name will be taken along with his name, his identify can be easily established.
For example, a person’s name is Kashif and his father’s name is Hasan. So there may be several similar names in this world. However, if the mother’s name is called along with Kashif’s name, then there will be room for doubt.
The name of the mother is therefore quiet important in this subject. Whenever you make a tawez or do some amal you should ask about the person’s mother’s name at the outset. This ensures that your moakkils will be able to reach that person easily and your amal will become successful. If you do not know the correct name of a person then the moakkils will not be able to locate that person and your amal will be rendered ineffective. The moakkils will not be able to reach the person on whom you are trying to do the amal. Consequently there will not be any effect on that person whereas you may be thinking all the while that your amal is working.
If you do not know about a person’s mother’s name then you should use the person’s name only and do the amal on his photograph. This is a good option because with the help of that person’s photograph your moakkil can easily identify that person and trace him or her.
In case you do not know the person’s (on whom you intend to do the amal) mother’s name and neither yd o you have his/her photograph then you should visualize that person, take his/her name and then do your amal. You should imagine that person right in front of you and focus on him while doing your amal. When you do so, your moakkil will be able to see that person and recognize him/her. After this your moakkil can easily trace that person.
I am telling my readers about another method of reaching out to any person during an amal for love. The hair of the person on whom you intend to do amal on can also be used to trace that person. All you may have to do is to write your name on your taweez and fold the hair of that person along with the taweez and burn it. The moakkil of that taweez will be able to reach the person easily.  Similarly, you can also use the nails of the person on whom you intend to do the amal of love. In place of hair you can fold the nails along with the taweez and burn it.
You can also use the clothes worn by the person on whom you intend to do your amal. The clothes should have the sweat of that person. Then you can do the amal and blow over that cloth. By this method also the moakkils can easily locate that person
There is another method by which the moakkils can locate a person. The mud on which that person has walked over can be collected. If such mud is not available then the mud which is stuck to the bottom of the shoe of that person can also be used. The only condition is that the mud should be paak.

Is It  permissible  islamic healer ask for the patient,s name and his/her mother,s name 

Dalil:

"Al-Humaydi r.a. reported that Fatimah r.a.ha went to see Rasulullah s.a.w. complaining of toothache. Rasulullah s.a.w. inserted his right index finger and placed on the aching tooth and recited

بِسْمِ اللهِ، وَبِاللهِ أَسْأَلُكَ بِعِزِّكَ وَجَلَالِكَ وَقُدْرَتِكَ عَلَى كُلِّ شَئٍ، فَإِنَّ مَرْيَمَ لَمْ تَلِدْ غَيْرَ عِيْسَى مِنْ رُوْحِكَ وَكَلِمَتِكَ اَنْ تَكْشِفَ فَاطِمَةَ بِنْتَ خَدِيْجَةَ مِنَ الضُّرِّ كُلِّهِ

hence her pain palliated."

- Hadith by Syeikh Muhammad ibn Yusof as-Salihi as-Syami (942H), in his kitab "Subul alHuda wa laRayad fi Sirah Khayr al'Ibad".

Rasulullah s.a.w. made du'a/ruqyah and mentioning "Fatimah bint Khadijah" ... Hence, this hadith is a dalil (proof) that it is permissible to mention the name of the patient and bin/or bint his/her mother when treating a patient.

Wallaahu a'lam.       


Keep Me In Your Prayers.
Amel Soname
Amel_soname@yahoo.com

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