Posted 04 February 2012 - 01:34 AM
A few mornings ago, my sister woke me up and asked me if i was painting last night. I was really confused because I don't paint. We were really freaked out because there was a huge streak of red paint across the kitchen table, and my sisters paint set was sitting there but none of the paints were opened yet.
About a week ago, I was up late in the living room using my laptop and then I heard someone clanking things in the kitchen. I almost started crying because everyone was sleeping and no one came out of their rooms nor walked past me. I got up, turned all the lights on and went to the kitchen to confront whatever was there. I heard the noise coming from behind the laundry room door (which is right off the kitchen). I was close to tears because it was loud, like someone was knocking the vacuums into each other. (there are no vents in there either and we don't have mice or rats and anything of the like.) I banged on the door and then the noise stopped for a few minutes. I ran too my room and locked the door. Then I heard it again but louder and then it just stopped.
(Next morning, I found some things broken on the floor with parts still hanging on the wall.)
A few weeks ago, I woke up with the feeling that someone was sitting on me. I couldn't speak or move. When I looked up towards my closet I saw the shape of a man starring at me.
The above happens almost every week, but I see something different each time. It used to happen maybe once a month or couple months but it is accelerating to every week and now almost every night.
I play the Quran all the time in my house, in every room. But I still feel like there is always something watching me.
Since I was 13, I have been dealing with this. It gets worse and worse then goes away but comes back. Sometimes I feel like it wants to harm me, other times like it wants to talk to me, other times like it wants intercourse (I have felt things before that were so real and scary and I couldn't move or do anything about it.) I'm fed up. I'm sick of seeing horrific things at night. Feeling things. Having pains and bruises all over my body. Having reoccurring night mares from my pre-pubescence childhood.
I don't know what to do. If anyone knows anything, please, help me.
Posted 06 February 2012 - 02:59 AM
What a frightening situation, my prayers have been with you since I read this. Dont fear inshallah there is a solution to your problem. Like the brother^ said make sure you contact your local masjid. There will inshallah be someone who can direct you to a 'raqi' which is a person who specialises in Ruqya which is a way of removing jinns through islamic means - usually through Quranic verses.
In the meantime, keep reading surah Falaq and Naas, Ayat al Qursi and Surah Jinn. Remember dear sister that no matter how powerful these jinns seem to be, Allah is more powerful. Allah has created these beings and Allah has the power to control them and it is Allah who has sent them to test you. And what a great test it is. You have shown true imaan in asking for help in Islam.
Have full conviction in Allah that he will remove these things. Never underestimate the power of dua. Keep saying Auzu billahi min asshaitan nir rajeem. Or keep saying that you seek refuge in Allah from these jinns.
Ps: Dont delay going to the masjid. Most imams know someone who can help.
You are in our duas. May Allah protect you and all of us from this. Ameen.
Posted 12 February 2012 - 05:08 PM
1, seek refuge and protection in Allah alone
2, be confident and know that Allah's help is on its way
3, try not to be scared as these things thrive off fear
4, pray all your prayers on time
5, always be in a state of wudu
6, learn and use the duas for entering and exiting your house, the duas for the toilet. Duas for
7, don't just play the Quran, recite everyday
8, make taubah for your sins
9, give sadaqah
10, beg Allah for help
Let me know if you need anymore help iA
check out this thread
Posted 15 June 2012 - 11:32 AM
taken from Imam Ibn ul Qayyim al Jawziyyah (may Allah have mercy on him)
Summarized from Bida’i` al-Fawa’id (304-308)
Ten Ways Of Protection From Shaytan
1. Seeking refuge with Allah from Shaytan. Allah the Most High said, “And if there comes to you from Satan an evil suggestion, then seek refuge in Allah. Indeed, He is the Hearing, the Knowing.” [41:36]
(This means recite a'oothubillaa-himinash-shaytaaanir-rajeeeem)
2. Recitation of the two soorahs al-Falaq and an-Nas, as they have wondrous effect in seeking refuge with Allah from his evil, weakening Shaytan and protection from him. This is why the Messenger, (PBUH) said: “No person seeks refuge with anything like the Mu`awwidhatayn (soorahs al-Falaq and an-Nas)”. [an-Nasaa’i, 5337]
3. Recitation of Ayat al-Kursi (2:255).
4. Recitation of Soorah al-Baqarah. The Messenger, (PBUH) said, “The house in which al-Baqarah is recited is not approached by Shaytan.” [Muslim]
5. The final part of al-Baqarah. The Messenger, (PBUH) said, “Whoever recites the two last verses of al-Baqarah at night they will suffice him.” [Muslim]
6. Recitation of the beginning of Soorah Mu’min (Ghafir), until His saying, “wa ilayhi-l-maseer” (to Him is the destination). (i.e. “Ha. Meem. The revelation of the Book is from Allah, the Exalted in Might, the Knowing, the forgiver of sin, acceptor of repentance, severe in punishment, owner of abundance. There is no deity except Him; to Him is the destination.” [40:1-2])
7. Saying “la ilaha ill Allah wahdahu la sharika lah, lahul mulku wa lahul hamdu wa huwa `ala kulli shay’in qadir” (there is nothing worthy of worship except Allah, He has no partner, His is the Dominion and Praise, and He is able to do all things) a hundred times.
8. The most beneficial form of protection from Shaytan: Abundance of remembrance of Allah, the Exalted. (make thikr)
9. Ablution and prayer, and they are from among the greatest means of protection, especially at the time of emergence of anger and desire
10. Abstinence from excess speech, food and mixing with people.
Edited by Bara' ibn Maalik, 15 June 2012 - 11:36 AM.
Posted 15 July 2012 - 11:56 PM
Those things have happened to me as well for many years.
I'm muslim too, and it was more frequent when I was younger and did not practice the deen but happens more rarely now.
When I researched it, I came up with results for "astral projection", although not islamic it does have some things in common, like example the theory that soul leaves the body in sleep. It says that when the body wakes up before the soul returns, or is about to leave, you get that paralyzed feeling and can't move (science calls it sleep paralysis). If you open your eyes in that state you will see weird things, entities (jinns). Science calls it hypnogogic hallucinations, but I believe they are real (as if we are seeing the realm of the jinns when half wake/sleep?).
If you allow it to continue and don't panic, you may actually consciously leave your body. Whether or not this is a trick of shaitan or not I don't surely know, but since it happens naturally I don't think it is, because the Quran tells us that the soul does indeed leave our bodies as we sleep. And since the soul is a part of us, it is not totally unbelievable that one may actually be aware of it some time in our lives. Anyway, after the soul leave the body you'd be in another realm/dimension, and could see things going on around you. Many people have experienced this, muslims as well as non muslims, and there are actually studies being done to prove it (on hopsitals, people sometimes see themselves being operated on when they have near death experiences, and could recall every thing that the nurses said etc).
I have experienced it myself, remember clearly when I did it almost every night as a little kid, totally out of my control, and since these things happen often with children it makes me more of the view that indeed it is natural and probably not something demonic... but Allahu alim.
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