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Types of Ruqyah

There are some important conditions that must be satisfied in a Ruqyah to make it permissible. They were summarized by Ibn Hajar (AR): "There is a consensus among the 'ulama that Ruqyah are permissible when they satisfy three conditions:

1 - To be with Allah's words or His names and attributes

2 - To be in Arabic or of an intelligible meaning

3 - And to believe that they do not have effect by themselves but by Allah (peace and blessing be upon him)." Fath ul Bari 10/240

In what follows, we discuss each of these conditions:

1. Must Be with Allah's Words, Names, or Attributes

As we will see below, all forms of Ruqyah reported in the Sunnah satisfy this condition. They either consist of specific portions of the Quran, such as al-Fatiha or Ayat ul-Kursiy, or contain a praise of Allah (peace and blessing be upon him) and an invocation of His help and protection.

2. Must Be with Clearly Understood Words

This is an important condition that must be satisfied in order to eliminate any magic factors from the Ruqyah.

3. Believing That the True Benefit Is from Allah (peace and blessing be upon him)

Similar to our earlier discussion of medicines, one must always believe that the true and ultimate protector is Allah (peace and blessing be upon him) alone, and that Ruqyah and medications are means that He created and He controls as He wills. Thus trust must be put in Him and not in the means that He created. Allah (peace and blessing be upon him) commands His Messenger (peace and blessing be upon him): So, seek refuge with Allah (only); verily, it is He who is all-Hearer, all-Seer. (Al Ghafir 40:56).

Source http://hijamaclinic.net