Assalamu’alaykum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaaatuh.
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Alruqya healing is the UK subsidiary of the Ruqya International Academy which is directed and managed by Sheikh Khalid Al-Hibshi (HA), a prominent leading scholar from Saudi Arabia specialising in the field of Ruqya and the Islamic sciences.
Our clinic is situated in London and is led and managed by Abu Nadeer, a highly experienced and competent Raqi, recognised by scholars in the field of Ruqya. His experiences in the field of Ruqya, treating and counselling people with various spiritual afflictions spans for over 20 years, all praise be to Allah. Abu Nadeer's expertise, knowledge and dedication in the sciences of Ruqya and benefiting others also leads him to deliver regular educational workshops/ training for patients, practitioners/ therapists as well as organisations, all with the primary focus on how to better understand and effectively deal with the different aspects of spiritual afflictions in the light of the Qur'an and Sunnah.
At Alruqya, we aim to make every patient feel safe and at ease when visiting us for treatment. We encourage transparency with all our patients and are determined not to judge or make people feel uneasy in any way. We diagnose each patient to the best of our abilities and we strive to always be in accordance with the Qur'an and Sunnah.
One of our primary goals is to instil hope into people and to remind them that they should not allow their situation to overwhelm them.
Our ethos at Alruqya Healing is simple. It consists of:
• Improving Health through Educating Society
• Performing Ruqya according to the Qur'an and Sunnah
• Reviving the Prophet's Medicine
• Giving effective support and treatment for spiritual afflictions
Alhamdulillah, we offer many services to meet the needs of the people. They include the following:
• Councelling - This is advice and consultation sessions aimed at helping people during their time of need. We offer this service via email, telephone, skype, sessions at our centre and homevisits.
• Ruqya according to the Qur'an and Sunnah - We treat cases in relation to Jinn possession, Magic, Evil eye/ Envy in accordance with the Qur'an and Sunnah only. We offer Ruqya sessions at our clinic, sessions via Skype and also home visits. Along with single/ private sessions, we provide weekly group sessions & workshops that are held separately for brothers and sisters.
• Training and Courses - We offer courses for people seeking to learn about alternative medicine and Ruqya according to the Qur'an and Sunnah for the. All of our courses are overseen by Shaykh Khalid Al-Hibshi (HA).
• Cupping (Hijaamah) - We provide services for both men and women in Hijaamah. Whether the cupping is performed in relation to Jinn Possession, Black Magic, Evil eye/ Envy or general health related issues, our Raqi's will discuss beforehand how best to proceed. Female patients will be seen by a female practitioner only and male patients by a male practitioner only. Hijaamah sessions for Jinn related issues usually are proceeded by a ruqya session, however this will be discussed by the Raqi beforehand.
• Herbal Remedies - Understanding the benefits of using Herbal remedies to treat stubborn cases of Magic, Jinn possession or Evil eye/ Envy is incredibly important for treating difficult cases wherein people have been suffering for a long time. Our practitioners are well versed in Herbal remedies and the herbs are readily available for purchase based on the symptoms the person is presenting.
• Aroma Therapy - Aroma Therapy is a method of treatment used to hurt the Jinn. This method of healing is not always encouraged as some Jinn prefer the smell of certain scents but the vast majority of shayateen (evil Jinn) cannot tolerate these scents.
• Massage Therapy - There are certain points in the body that are 'weak' in comparison to other parts of the body. Our practitioners have studied sciences of human anatomy and can locate 'soft' points in the body which are vulnerable for Jinn. These pressure points can be pressed and massaged on the patient causing pain to the Jinn. The Prophet ﷺ said: "The shaytan flows through the son of Adam as the blood flows through his veins".
• Home Ruqya - Patients that are suffering with problems in their homes relating to Jinn can contact us for house visits. services A Raqi will examine the property and recite Qur'an in the home and use various methods which are permissible to aid in eliminating Jinn from the home.
WHAT YOU SHOULD EXPECT FROM A RAQI
Once an appointment has been booked, you should expect the Raqi to be present at the agreed location and time. He should greet you in an Islamic manner, which is befitting for a Muslim. Whether he is visiting you or you are visiting him, the environment should be safe, you should not be made to feel uncomfortable by him and women should never attend an appointment alone until a third person has been arranged. This is a MUST. You should expect the Raqi to give you time to explain your situation, obviously bearing in mind the time limit of the appointment. If your issue is relatively long to explain, its advisable to send an email or alternatively you can speak to a member of the admin team in order to relate your story.
Once the Raqi has heard your issue, he should diagnose it and give you a solution according to the Qur'an and Sunnah. He should give you a programme to follow at home on how to perform Ruqya for yourself and your family.
THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE RAQI
A Raqi comes across many types of people & patients on a daily basis, and usually people fall into one of two extremes: Either they hate Raqi's or either they love Raqi's. Therefore the Raqi must fear Allah and be careful in his dealings and in treating people. He must avoid manipulating and taking advantage of the patient's vulnerability. How?
Firstly, by advising the patient to come closer to Allah (SWT), to rectify themselves and their hearts by performing good deeds that will help them gain nearness to Him and by leaving all that which will cause one to be distant from Him and His mercy. It is important for the patient as well as the Raqi to understand that Shifa'/ cure comes from Allah (SWT) alone. The patient should therefore be well equipped with the understanding of calling upon Allah (SWT) alone, having total reliance upon Him and having good expectations of Him. The patient should be made to feel the importance of having a strong relationship with Allah (SWT) and not feel intimidated or fearful of the situation they are in. They are to be reminded that their situation is a test that requires patience, hope and fear.
Secondly, the Raqi must cross-examine the patient and not simply diagnose a person at face value without consideration. Many people claim to be suffering from a particular ailment but after being cross-examined, many times they are found to be suffering from something else. Sometimes during Ruqya, a particular ayah/ verse will be repeated by a Raqi, a person then becomes fixated with it and starts making themself believe and imagine that they have that particular affliction. They can become so engrossed with it that they will even seem to be reacting to it. Due to this, the Raqi must not take what he hears on face value and believe what he hears, instead a good Raqi will go further and investigate the situation at hand.
GOOD PRACTICE OF THE RAQI WHEN DIAGNOSING A PATIENT
Many times people come to us only to find out that they have been previously misdiagnosed due to irrational assumptions being made by a previous Raqi. This obviously creates further problems for the patient. Therefore when diagnosing a person, the Raqi should adopt a good practice, one that entails cross-examination followed by crucial steps that will be discussed below. By following these steps, it will ensure that a Raqi does not base their diagnosis on their own assumptions and irrational thinking but rather upon evidence that makes sense and which can be explained by the patient if asked to elaborate.
The Raqi should ask necessary questions to the patient in order to gain a deeper insight into the patient's life, their background, history and the symptoms they are suffering from. The purpose of the assessment is to help the Raqi build a more accurate profile of the patient so that he can engage them properly. This is an extremely crucial step that should not be ignored. Many recite Qur'an alone and this is not from the Sunnah. Rather, to effectively target and treat the problem, you must question and gain an insight into the issue at hand. The evidence for this is in the following Hadith:
Narrated from Sahl ibn Haneef (RAA), the Prophet ﷺ came out and traveled with him towards Makkah until they were in the mountain pass of al-Kharar in al-Jahfah. There Sahl ibn Haneef did ghusl (bathed), and he was a handsome white-skinned man with beautiful skin. ‘Amir ibn Rabee’ah, one of Banu ‘Adiyy ibn K’ab looked at him whilst he was doing ghusl and said: “I have never seen such beautiful skin as this, not even the skin of a virgin,” and thereupon Sahl fell to the ground. They went to the Messenger of Allah ﷺ and said, “O Messenger of Allah, can you do anything for Sahl because by Allah he cannot raise his head.” He said, “Do you accuse anyone with regard to him?” They said, “‘Amir ibn Rabee’ah looked at him.” So the Messenger of Allah ﷺ called ‘Amir and rebuked him strongly. He said, “Why would one of you kill his brother? If you see something that you like, then pray for blessing for him.” Then he said to him, “Wash yourself for him.” So he washed his face, hands, forearms, knees and the sides of his feet, and inside his izaar (lower garment) in the vessel. Then that water was poured over him, and a man poured it over his head and back from behind. He did that to him, then Sahl got up and joined the people and there was nothing wrong with him. (Classed as authentic by al-Albani in al-Mishkat. Imam Ahmad, Malik, al-Nasai and Ibn Hibban also narrated it)
Furthermore, different afflictions can often display similar symptoms within a person. So how does one distinguish between the two? The answer is by investigating the person's life, background and history etc.
A Raqi is not someone who knows the unseen nor does he have any special qualities which can help him to find out anything of the unseen. This knowledge is known only by Allah (SWT).
Next a Raqi should recite the Qur'an and recite particular Ruqya verses upon the patient. Whilst doing so, the Raqi should observe the patient for any reactions. After observing the patient for any physical reactions, the Raqi should ask how the patient felt in order to find out any reactions that cannot be seen by the human eye but felt within the body and mind of the patient.
The next step is what takes place after the actual session. The Raqi should get feedback from the patient for any reactions they may have experienced after the session when they were at home etc. The feedback from the Ruqya programme should be obtained from the patient aswell in due time.
Overall, by following the above steps, the Raqi can make a more thorough and proper diagnosis based on evidence and a rational perspective. This then paves the way to offering the right treatment programme for the patient. And to Allah belongs the cure.
This practice is highly upheld by Alruqya Healing and also taught in our courses. We treat every patient as an amanah (trust) and it is only right that we treat them respectfully, honestly and adequately within the best of our abilities.