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    Default Re: feeling strong presence in my home

    I'm sticking to my opinion based upon the hadith of anas ibn malik the messenger of Allah said "If you feel a presence in your home call the azan" plus ive seen it at work





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    thanks brothers. actually im feeling the presence strongly in my toilet now i had a little visitor the other night. he was a big fat spider





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    Default Re: feeling strong presence in my home

    the funny thing is he was walking on the ground but not on the wall very rarely i see a spider doing that





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    Default Re: feeling strong presence in my home

    Sister, a dua if you have not come across it.



    اللهم أنت ربي لا إله أنت عليك توكلت وأنت رب العرش العظيم
    'Allahumma anta rabbi. La ilaha illa anta alayka tawakaltu wa anta rabbul arshil kareem.'
    "O Allah, You are my Rabb(Lord). There is nothing worthy of worship except you. I rely upon you and you are the owner of the mighty arsh (throne)."

    ما شاء الله كان ومالم يشأ لم يكن ولاحول ولاقوة إلا بالله العلي العظيم
    'MashaAllahu kaana wa ma lamyasha lamyakun. Wa la hawla wa la quwwata illa billa hil ali yil adheem.'
    "Whatever Allah has wished has happened, and whatever Allah has not wished will certainly not happen. There is no pwer or might except from Allah, the most high and most great."

    أعلم أن الله علي كل شئ قدير وان الله قد أحاط بكل شئ علما
    'Aalamu an Allaha ala qulli shayin qadeer.Wa an Allaha qad ahaata bi kulli shayin ilma.'
    "I am aware that Allah has power over everything and verily the knowledge of Allah encircles everything."

    اللهم أني أعوذ بك من شر نفسي ومن شر كل دابة أنت آخذ بناصيتها
    'Allahumma inee aoodhubika min sharri nafsi wa min sharri qulli dabbatin anta akidun bi naasiyatiha. '
    "O Allah ! I seek refuge in you from the evils of myself and from the evil of all the living upon whom you have control."

    إن ربي علي صراط مستقيم
    'Inna rabbi ala siratim mustaqeem.'
    "Verily my Rabb is on the right path !"


    Narrated by Abu Dardah, RasulAllah(s.a.w) once said that if a person recites these words at the beginning
    of the day, no calamities will befall the reader till evening. And if he read in the evening, then no calamities
    will befall the reader till morning.

    It is reported that Talq b. Habib said, `A man came to Abu Darda and said to him, `O Abu Darda, your house has burned.` He said: `No, it cannot be burned. Allah will never allow this to happen because of the words that I heard from the Prophet, peace be upon him. Whoever says these words in the beginning of a day, the Prophet, peace be upon him, told us, will not be afflicted by a misfortune until the end of the day, and whoever says these words in the evening will not be afflicted until morning. These words are, `O Allah, You are my Lord, there is no god but You, I put my trust in You, You are the Lord of the Mighty Throne. Whatever Allah wills will happen and what He does not will, cannot happen. There is no power or strength except with Allah, the Exalted, the Mighty. I know that Allah has power over all things, and Allah comprehends all things in knowledge. O Allah, I seek refuge with You from the evil of myself and from the evil of all creatures under Your control. Surely the straight way is my Sustainer`s way```

    In some versions of this hadith we further find that he said, ‚€˜‚€˜Come, let us go. So he went with them to his house. They found all the area surrounding the house burned but his house was not damaged.

    Jazak'allah to Marwen who posted translation and transliteration.

    Also sister, each morning and each night, read Durood Shareef, Surah Fatihah, Surah Al Kafirun, Surah Al Ikhlas, Surah Al Falaq, Surah An Nas, Ayat Al Kursi, 33x Subhan'Allah, 33x Alhumdulilah, 34x Allahu'Akbar, Durood Shareef.

    Insha'allah this will help. Allah knows best.

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    My dear Meow Meow Sis,



    I was just thinking about what you said in this thread. You said that you couldnít focus while offering Namaz., and believe me, I too have faced the same situation many a times. But I donít think that the evil forces are at work.

    (ÖAs Iíve my own angels and demonsÖ so canít really put the blame on something else Ö Demons accompanied by a dense darkness which settles over me, blocking every bit of light, leaving behind hope breathing its lastÖ)


    I think Iíve a solution. Iím going to try it myself and so Iím sharing it with you too.

    Recite Tasbeeh of Allahís most favorite name ďAl-RehmanĒ. I donít know why but I think this will work. After all, reciting Allahís name would bring nothing but good.

    And you know, once I heard the explanation of this name from a famous Islamic Scholar Dr. Israr Ahmad. I donít remember his words exactly at all but letís give it a try.

    He said that the name denotes the mercy and love of Allah, high, as the highest tide in an ocean. And then the love and mercy doesnít come in spurts but flow continuously for His creatures.

    And Allah knows best!

    So from now onwards, try to recite the Tasbeeh whenever you get even 1 second free!

    May Allah listen to our duas!

    Allahafiz!

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