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Have you ever felt like someone touched you and no one was there?
I was revising for my exam and i felt like someone just poked me and I looked back and no ones there
I felt REALLY scared, so I recited Ayat Al Kursi and I felt OK
This has really disturbed me...
I woke up and I felt like someone was standing behind me and just touched me just beneath my jaw and that place felt all tingly when it happened
And then once I was asleep and I don't know if this was a dream or not but I felt like I was floating just centimeters above my body
AND THEN when I was asleep I felt paralyzed, I got REALLY scared and I couldn't even scream, so I recited Ayat Al Kursi and then I think it stopped and I fell asleep. I remembered that it happened to me in the morning when I woke up so I'm still thinking about whether it was a dream or not
Has anyone else had any of these experiences?

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Ayatul kursi and be in state of wudhu all the time.
recite Surah Al baqarah also, makes shaytaan run out of your house.

What you have experienced is sleep paralysis, not much to worry about it. Just be in state of wudhu.

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Ooo, That's creepy.

I do remember once, when I was alone and felt as if someone was behind me.. looked around and nothing -.-
Freaky, I learnt my lesson though- never to watch another scary movie again.

"Verily in the remembrance of Allah do hearts find rest"- clearly by reading Ayatul-Qursi it got rid of the fear.

Reading the 4 Quls before you sleep and Ayatul-Qursi generally helps bad dreams as well as doing Dhikaar.

I find "confronting" whatever is creeping me out, to show I ain't scared.

Then again these bad experiences & dreams could be from the Shaytaan. Whatever happens, never lose faith.


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yes recite Ayatul Kursi 7 times when u go to sleep.. as brother above said stay in wudu all the time... and also use less salt and more honey in ur food....surah an naas and falaq should be recite too.....

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jibah x wrote:
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Have you ever felt like someone touched you and no one was there?
I was revising for my exam and i felt like someone just poked me and I looked back and no ones there
I felt REALLY scared, so I recited Ayat Al Kursi and I felt OK
This has really disturbed me...
I woke up and I felt like someone was standing behind me and just touched me just beneath my jaw and that place felt all tingly when it happened
And then once I was asleep and I don't know if this was a dream or not but I felt like I was floating just centimeters above my body
AND THEN when I was asleep I felt paralyzed, I got REALLY scared and I couldn't even scream, so I recited Ayat Al Kursi and then I think it stopped and I fell asleep. I remembered that it happened to me in the morning when I woke up so I'm still thinking about whether it was a dream or not
Has anyone else had any of these experiences?


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Yes, I've experienced this a couple of times especially in the last two years. It's true what our brothers just mentioned above. They call it Sleep Paralysis. I personally think that's just the scientific name for it. I would call it the disturbance of Jinns.

If you want to know my experience, you can read it in another thread here: http://wup-forum.com/viewtopic.php?p=149938#p149938

I've been analysing myself why this has happened to me and I just realised that when I was disturbed, it was either my imaan was low or that I was occupying myself with worldly things - e.g. giving little time for Allah SWT but more time to doing worldly stuff such as working, etc. Astaghfirullah.. :facep: Also, I noticed that I had been watching horror series, which I think was the major reason why I was 'attracting' those Jins.

So, here's a quick advice for you. Do NOT be afraid of them. Strengthen your imaan by knowing in your mind and heart that only Allah SWT is the Greatest. Do continuous zikr in your heart and never leave it idle. Recite as much as Ayatul Qursi and the 3 Quls (Surah An-Naas, Surah Al-Falaq, Surah Al-Ikhlas) and perhaps you may add another Qul, i.e. Surah Al-Kafirun. Make sure you're always in a state of wudhu especially before you go to bed and don't sleep without reciting these surahs. Also, if you still find it difficult to sleep, try playing Ruqyah Shariah outloud in the room and on repeat. So long as you have Allah SWT in your heart, He SWT will protect you no matter what, inshaAllah.

I will pray for you dear sister. May Allah SWT protect you from any evil beings and strengthen your imaan through these tests. Ameen ya rabbal 'alameen!

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Wa'alaikumsalam~

Yup...what they said. Those are all really excellent advice! Don't get too scared by it by thinking about it often. They do mean to distract you after all. After practicing the suggestions mentioned, perhaps you can also add the thought that they're more scared of you than you are of them. It might also be that you're doing something right and they're so bothered by it that they went to such lengths just to distract you, Allahua'lam. :)

Reciting this 3 times after your prayers (or anytime really) shall help too, insha Allah:

أَعـوذُ بِكَلِـماتِ اللّهِ التّـامّاتِ مِنْ شَـرِّ ما خَلَـق
A'oozubikalimatillah hittaammati min sharree maa khalaq
"'I seek refuge in Allaah's perfect Words from the evil He has created'

May He grant you peace, Ameen!

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You guys remind me of me, a frigging lifetime ago.

A lot of people on here will just say
'just recite aytul kursi and you'll be protected'
this is nonsense.

The ayatul kursi is a personal affirmation. It's just meant to strengthen your resolve so you don't show fear. It does this by reminding you of the Sovereignty of Allah. However it will have little effect if you don't recite them with full intent and it also does depend on your spiritual level. An average person reciting it, it won't take much effect unless it's done a great deal. Though, the 4 Quls are the Surahs for protection but it again depends on the power of your belief and level. Most of us are in a state of mindlessness, which weakens the power of our beliefs.



jibah x Don't be afraid but prevention is better than seeking a cure. Yes, a lot of people, especially girls are becoming posessed quite easily these days. The more active and 'in control of your body' you are, the less any entity can seize control of your body. Exercise, is a good thing. Surfing the net, watching TV etc.....are the main culprits here.
http://voices.yahoo.com/your-brain-wave ... tml?cat=25


then again....it might be nothing.....

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Salaam Molvi, inreresting info right there - And i agree with it. Just gonna quote a little out of the link you sent.

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If you experience "mind fog" after watching television, you are not alone. Studies have shown that watching television induces low alpha waves in the human brain. Alpha waves are brainwaves between 8 to 12 HZ. and are commonly associated with relaxed meditative states as well as brain states associated with suggestibility.
While Alpha waves achieved through meditation are beneficial (they promote relaxation and insight), too much time spent in the low Alpha wave state caused by TV can cause unfocussed daydreaming and inability to concentrate. Researchers have said that watching television is similar to staring at a blank wall for several hours..


Can't help but think that Siddharta would have loved eastenders lol.

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Scimitar wrote:
Salaam Molvi, inreresting info right there - And i agree with it. Just gonna quote a little out of the link you sent.

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If you experience "mind fog" after watching television, you are not alone. Studies have shown that watching television induces low alpha waves in the human brain. Alpha waves are brainwaves between 8 to 12 HZ. and are commonly associated with relaxed meditative states as well as brain states associated with suggestibility.
While Alpha waves achieved through meditation are beneficial (they promote relaxation and insight), too much time spent in the low Alpha wave state caused by TV can cause unfocussed daydreaming and inability to concentrate. Researchers have said that watching television is similar to staring at a blank wall for several hours..


Can't help but think that Siddharta would have loved eastenders lol.

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quite the contrary actually. Buddhism teaches mindfullness ie complete awareness which is something most of us could actually do with. Why else is an hour of reflection greater than 70 years of salat? what is true reflection anyway? I'll give you a hint, if it's from the mind, it isn't true reflection.

Though on that topic, here's an old boomark
http://livethetao.tumblr.com/page/6
Never mind if it's from another religion, the principles being taught in most of those quotes are beneficial for muslims, for all of us really.

i love this one

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I love stuff like this, it really puts things into perspective when things are not on an even keel. Putting them into practice though....i guess i've concentrated more on the theory so far...

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some of those pictures are sublime.

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I wouldn't be discouraged from reciting protecting portions of the Qur'an- especially the last two Surahs (Al-Falaq and Al-Naas). Try focus on the meaning, and concentrate when praying them. Listening to a Tafseer (explanation/exposition) of the Surahs also helps, as you have more in depth knowledge of what you're actually reciting.


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wall.flower183 wrote:
Wa'alaikumsalam~

Yup...what they said. Those are all really excellent advice! Don't get too scared by it by thinking about it often. They do mean to distract you after all. After practicing the suggestions mentioned, perhaps you can also add the thought that they're more scared of you than you are of them. It might also be that you're doing something right and they're so bothered by it that they went to such lengths just to distract you, Allahua'lam. :)

Reciting this 3 times after your prayers (or anytime really) shall help too, insha Allah:

أَعـوذُ بِكَلِـماتِ اللّهِ التّـامّاتِ مِنْ شَـرِّ ما خَلَـق
A'oozubikalimatillah hittaammati min sharree maa khalaq
"'I seek refuge in Allaah's perfect Words from the evil He has created'

May He grant you peace, Ameen!


listen to this sister, she knows what she is speaking about. ;)

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OneConscious wrote:
I wouldn't be discouraged from reciting protecting portions of the Qur'an- especially the last two Surahs (Al-Falaq and Al-Naas). Try focus on the meaning, and concentrate when praying them. Listening to a Tafseer (explanation/exposition) of the Surahs also helps, as you have more in depth knowledge of what you're actually reciting.


Did you ever think, that the medicine a doctor gives to one patient ,might not be suitable for another patient, even if the illness is the same?

I am absolutely not discouraging people from reciting the Quran however I just want people being discouraged. I've experienced and seen a hell of a lot as far as the jinn world goes and i don't wish to talk about it openly, but I can promise you reciting the Adhaan, aytul kursi, 4 Quls and other Surahs DEFINATELY helps.


However, when I was a kid I was taught to recite the ayatul kursi by my grandmother. She told me i'd have a protection all around me. As I got older I used to train, sometimes around magrib time (back when I wasn't reading my salat)......i was running in the woods. I recited ayatul kursi and didn't give a damn about anything. I heard all kinds of stories and witnessed exorcisms but i wasn't afraid because I did trust in the power of aytul kursi.

Didn't help me a great deal when I needed it though.......

and i have no reason to lie or kid myself.

The following hadith, for me, was simply not the case

(2) Narrated Abu Said Al-Khudri: The Prophet said, "If while you are praying, somebody intends to pass in front of you, prevent him; and should he insist, prevent him again; and if he insists again, fight with him (i.e. prevent him violently e.g. pushing him violently), because such a person is (like) a devil." Narrated Muhammad bin Sirin: Abu Huraira said, "Allah's Apostle put me in charge of the Zakat of Ramadan (i.e. Zakat-ul-Fitr). Someone came to me and started scooping some of the foodstuff of (Zakat) with both hands. I caught him and told him that I would take him to Allah's Apostle." Then Abu Huraira told the whole narration and added "He (i.e. the thief) said, 'Whenever you go to your bed, recite the Verse of "Al-kursi" (2.255) for then a guardian from Allah will be guarding you, and Satan will not approach you till dawn.' " On that the Prophet said, "He told you the truth, though he is a liar, and he (the thief) himself was the Satan." (Book #54, Hadith #495)


it was more the opposite. I got harmed in a big way, something that lasted a long time and the harm was done to my etheric body (i know this now, didn't know this then)....and there is a reason this happened,. I won't go into it.

However let me also tell you that a couple of years ago I was getting all manner of problems day and night and it took me 40 days to get rid of the problem. However, it came back, worse. 1 particular person (just an old man, not an exorcist though) recited the Surahs for only a few mins and I was better. Yet he could barely speak (90 years old+). I did understand 1 thing he told me, he said it depends on the purity of the person and spiritual help. That every ayat of the Quran has Muwakkils (western term is probably Elemental spirits) which are connected to everything, including words, letters etc. Muwakkils can only be used to harm people which is why magicians recite religious scripture albiet in another form.

I have no reason to not believe this. However based on what i've read, the muwakkils of the Quran will go the extra mile for certain people (and by certain, i'm talking about a dying breed, sadly).

Not all muslims believe this anyway (about muwakkils) but it's what i've heard from a number of sources (though that is offtopic anyway).

My main point is basically, we're not on a high enough level to expect powerful results. For us guys, it takes time to build protection through the power of belief and positive action (I definately believe giving sadaqa helps...it you have to give something to attain something).

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Yes, a prime example would be the case of wup member Moddi, who is attempting exorcism on his sister... at first, he was getting nowhere fast, but his imaan grew with every try. His last few posts in that thread are very promising, as he has managed to get somewhere with the exorcism. Although I support the view that these things should always be done by professionals, I also agree that in exceptional cases - a family member who has some knowledge and is firm in their fardh, can also do this too.

RE: Ekhart Tolle, I got his audio books and pdf's aswell. His voice just puts me to sleep, but reading thru his stuff - he does recognise some fundamental truths that are mentioned to us in Quran and Hadeeth, for example - all thought that goes on in the brain, starts with an emotion that is borne in the heart, first...

...However, his negation in having belief in God is something that does bother me, as it would for any believer. But overall, I found his works to be of some benefit, if only because they repeat the same stuff we already have been taught in Islam through the learnt ulema of yester-millenia.

Good stuff.

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I've been a fan of Hakim Archuletta for a long time. Listen to this man




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I'm loving this guy already... nice share bro.

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