The Healing Miracle Of
The Word Of God: Al-Quran
With Surah Maryam And
(M. Javed Naseem)
|(The healing verses)|
The main purpose of the Quran is to spread light of knowledge and provide guidance to the mankind so that people follow the path of righteousness and get closer to God. The benefits of physical healing and expansion of provision (Rizq), etc., are side-benefits or bonuses.
I would like to add here one important point that this subject (or field of study) lacks research and study. There is no authentic research paper on this very important subject of healing physical and spiritual ailments by the Quranic Verses. Very few people have done a serious study or research on that. Most articles on the net and videos on Youtube are based on personal experiences and observations of a couple of Pakistani or Arab doctors. As an ‘alternative’ treatment, the subject needs to be covered thoroughly. An organized study by a group of doctors in some hospitals or clinics should be arranged to explore this vital healing process; and the findings published in top medical journals of the world. Without any formal research, these claims might be treated like religious propaganda. Therefore, health ministries in Muslim countries should take the initiative. They should not wait for the West to do the research (as usual) and authenticate the knowledge presented by the Quran. If you, as a Muslim, claim that the Quran benefits mankind, then you are responsible to prove it too.
In the first article, I discussed the miraculous benefits of Surah ar-Rahman (Chapter 55 of the Quran) as a treatment to cancer. This second article of the 2-part series, covers the miracle of Surah Maryam (Chapter 19 of the Quran). Since the Quran is the authentic Word of God, it is full of blessings for mankind – Guidance, Knowledge and Healing are the three outstanding features. I have also barely touched other Surahs of the Quran and their attributes. Allah knows best.
This blessed Surah of the Quran is also known for its miraculous qualities of treating cancer and other ailments. It has a lot of attributes. You can recite it to protect your house from evil; you can recite it for increase in provision (Rizq); and you can recite it for any physical and spiritual disease that is making your life miserable.
The recitation of Surah Maryam is also recommended in handling complicated social problems, like marriages and divorces, etc. In any case, the Word of God helps solve your problems. It all depends on your intention and supplication to God.
People who have experienced or observed the benefits of reciting Surah Maryam, have recommended two ways of completing the process. One group says that the process should be spread over 41 days, while the other group says just 40 days. I personally don’t see any conflict here. You are reciting Allah’s Word, so there’s no harm in reciting more for more rewards.
The main difference between the two groups is the number of recitations, not the days. You can perform it the way that is convenient to you. I describe here below both versions so that you can pick the one you like.
(11-times Darood + 1-time Maryam + 11-times Darood)
You have to recite the Salaat-wa-Salaam (Darood Ibrahimi) before and after Surah Maryam. You select one prayer-time (Fajr, Zuhr/Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib or Isha) and your recitation process should always be the same, after the same prayer, same time, for 40 days. Here’s what you do:
Put a bottle of drinking water (1-liter or 2-liter) or a jug or a jar of water near you. After finishing your prayer (Salaat), you start reciting Darood Ibrahimi (Allahuma salli ala Muhammadin … ) and recite it for 11 times. Then you recite Surah Maryam once. Then you recite Darood Ibrahimi again 11 times. After that you supplicate (make Dua) to Almighty Allah for whatever purpose you are doing this. Blow it on the bottle of water and keep drinking that water throughout the day. Next day you repeat the same process; and the day after; and the day after, till you complete 40 days.
It’s 40-days non-stop, without interruption. Try not to drink any other liquid except this water. But if you cannot live without coffee or tea, then leave a big gap (at least one hour) between the two drinks.
Remember one thing! The healing comes from Allah the Most Merciful, and it comes only if you are honest, sincere, just/fair and regular in your effort. You have to be a believer of One God worthy of worship. You also need to stay away from negative thoughts (anger, grudge, revenge, jealousy, ego, hate, racism, back-biting, etc.). Forgive everybody and revert to Allah with a clean heart, with no baggage! You’ll start seeing the results within a week. Insha-Allah.
First day: (11-times Darood + 40-times Maryam + 11-times Darood).
Next 39 days: (11-times Darood + 1-time Maryam + 11-times Darood).
This version is similar to the first one but you need to recite a lot more of Surah Maryam. Here’s what you do:
Put a jug (without cover) or a jar (without cover) or a bottle of drinking water (1-liter or 2-liter) near you and remove the lid. After you finish your prayer (Salaat), you start reciting Salaat-wa-Salaam (Darood Ibrahimi) and complete it 11 times. Then you start reciting Surah Maryam. When you finish Surah Maryam, restart it till you finish it again. Repeat this action 40 times. You need to recite Surah Maryam 40 times. It will take long time and you’ll get tired too. Then you recite Darood Ibrahimi 11-times to complete the process. Then supplicate to Allah (make Dua) for whatever purpose you are doing this. Blow it on the bottle of water and keep drinking from that water for 40 days. That was the first day of the course.
The next day, you repeat the same process but recite Surah Maryam only once. Everyday you add more water to the bottle/jug/jar. You might drink less water in winter (because you don’t feel thirsty) but drink more water in summer. It does not matter. Try to drink at least 4-5 glasses of water everyday. If you consume less water, you can use one-liter bottle. As far as water is concerned, you can use clean drinking water from the tap or buy a 5-liter branded bottle from the supermarket and use one liter every day. Try to drink as much as you can.
Surah Maryam will take you about 8 minutes to recite once. So, on the first day: 40x8 = 320minutes (or 5-1/2 hours). If you cannot recite 40-times in one sitting, you can do it in two sittings on the same day – morning and evening or whenever but on the same day.
I think Version-1 would be more convenient and easier for most people. Insha-Allah.
Now, a word about other Surahs (chapters) of the Quran: Allah’s word (the Quran) is full of blessings. You can benefit from other Surahs (chapters) too but you have to believe that God’s word is going to heal you. Unfortunately, not much scientific research has been done in this field. The subject needs some serious study by some hospital, clinic or a group of doctors. Mankind can benefit from it immensely.
‘Readers & Rootworkers’ adds:
The Benefits of the Recitation of Certain Surahs
0: Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim: Opening invocation used for blessings and God's power.
1: Surah al-Fatihah (The Opening): A cure for physical and spiritual ailments.
2: Surah al-Baqarah (The Cow): Protection against all evil including magic.
3: Surah Ale-Imran (The Family of Imran): For barren women to bear children.
4: Surah an-Nisa (The Women): Protection from the squeezing of the grave.
5: Surah al-Ma'idah (The Table-Spread): For forgiveness of sins and raise in status.
6: Surah al-An'aam (The Cattle): For abundant blessings and protection from diseases.
7: Surah al-A'araaf (The Elevated Places): For protection from enemy and wild animals.
8: Surah al-Anfaal (The Spoils of War): For restoration of rights that have been taken.
9: Surah al-Bara'at / at-Tawba (The Repentance): For safety/protection from enemies.
10: Surah Yunus (Jonah): To identify thieves from among your workers.
11: Surah Hud (Hud): For forgiveness of sin on the Day of Judgment.
12: Surah Yusuf (Joseph): For a smooth transition (easy death) and protection from fear of death.
13: Surah Ra'ad (Thunder): For a reward equal to ten times the number of sins committed.
14: Surah Ibrahim (Abraham): Against poverty, insanity, and lactose intolerance.
15: Surah al-Hijr (The Rock): For a mother's lactation; for prosperity in business.
16: Surah an-Nahl (The Bee): For blessings on Judgment Day; protection from enemies of Islam.
17: Surah Bani-Isra'il (Children of Israel): For assisting children with delayed speech; against theft.
18: Surah al-Kahf (The Cave): To wake up at a pre-set time; for protection from debt.
19: Surah Maryam (Miriam): House blessing, protection from thieves and from tyrant rulers.
20: Surah Ta Ha (Ta Ha): Forgiveness of sins; protection from tyrants; and to get married.
21: Surah al-Ambiya (The Prophets): To remove stress and worries; to meet the Prophets on Judgment Day.
22: Surah al-Hajj (The Pilgrimage): For rewards equal to performing Hajj.
23: Surah al-Mu'minun (The Believers): To break bad habits; to quit drinking alcohol.
24: Surah an-Nur (The Light): For protection at night; preventing wet dreams.
25: Surah al-Furqan (The Criterion): For protection from vermin.
26: Surah ash-Shu'ara (The Poets): For protection from thieves; and death by drowning or fire.
27: Surah an-Naml (The Ant): To keep dangerous creatures away from home.
28: Surah al-Qasas (The Narrative): To resolve worries and a remedy for illnesses.
29: Surah al-'Ankabut (The Spider): To bring joy and happiness in life
30: Surah ar-Rum (The Romans): Used to make a talisman kept in the home.
31: Surah Luqman (Luqman): To cure illnesses by dissolving in water.
32: Surah as-Sajdah (The Adoration): For a cure of bodily aches and pains.
33: Surah al-Ahzab (The Allies): To gain honor and adoration from people.
34: Surah as-Saba (Saba): To make a talisman to remove fear and keep safe.
35: Surah al-Fatir (The Originator): To cure migraines and pass through doors.
36: Surah Ya Seen (Ya Seen): For protection from evil designs, calamity, and cure illnesses.
37: Surah as-Saffaat (The Rangers): For protection of life, wealth, and children from calamity.
38: Surah Sa'ad (Sa'ad): To avoid sin whether big or small and to overthrow a tyrant.
39: Surah az-Zumar (The Companies): To create a talisman to draw praise.
40: Surah al-Mu'min (The Believer): To help plants and business prosper and a cure for wounds.
41: Surah Ha Mim (Ha Mim) / Fussilat: To alleviate eye problems.
42: Surah ash-Shura (The Council): For protection while traveling.
43: Surah az-Zukhruf (The Embellishment): To protect from vermin and as a cure for pain.
44: Surah ad-Dukhan (The Visible Smoke): For peaceful sleep and make trade prosper.
45: Surah al-Ja'athiyah (The Kneeling): For protection from tyrants and popularity among people.
46: Surah al-Ahqaf (The Sand Hills): To receive honor from people and for protection.
47: Surah Muhammad (s.a.w.) (Muhammad (p.b.u.h.)): To make a talisman to protection from all evil and doubt.
48: Surah al-Fath (The Victory): For protection while traveling and in times of unrest or war.
49: Surah al-Hujuraat (The Chambers): For protection from danger and the devil.
50: Surah Qaf (Qaf): For easing suffering of death and to cure eye ailments.
51: Surah adh-Dhariyaat (The Scatterers): For ease of delivery in pregnancy and to bring sustenance.
52: Surah at-Tur (The Mountain): To secure release from bondage.
53: Surah an-Najm (The Star): For victory in debates and to have courage and respect before rulers.
54: Surah al-Qamar (The Moon): To ease difficulties and win people’s respect.
55: Surah ar-Rahman (The Beneficent): Written to keep away pests and problems.
56: Surah al-Waqi'ah (The Big Event): To make a talisman to increase sustenance.
57: Surah al-Hadid (The Iron): Recited by prisoners to be released from jail and protection in war.
58: Surah al-Mujadilah (The Pleading One): To create a talisman to cure illnesses.
59: Surah al-Hashr (The Banishment): For success in all endeavors.
60: Surah al-Mumtahanah (The Examined One): Used to increase acuity of vision and protection.
61: Surah as-Saff (The Ranks): Recited for protection during a long and dangerous journey.
62: Surah al-Jumu'ah (The Friday): For protection from danger and fright.
63: Surah al-Munafiqun (The Hypocrites): To heal wounds of the body.
64: Surah at-Taghabun (The Loss and Gain): To protect from tyranny of rulers.
65: Surah at-Talaq (The Divorce): For inspiration and for penance.
66: Surah at-Tahrim (The Prohibition): Used to clear financial and spiritual debt.
67: Surah al-Mulk (The Kingdom): To place one's self under the protection of Allah at night.
68: Surah al-Qalam (The Pen): To relieve body pains.
69: Surah al-Haqqah (The Sure Calamity): Used to make a talisman to protect pregnancy.
70: Surah al-Ma'arij (The Ways of Ascent): For release from prison.
71: Surah Nuh (Noah): To see your place in paradise before you die.
72: Surah al-Jinn (The Djinn): To keep safe from Djinn and protection from unjust people.
73: Surah al-Muzammil (The Wrapped-Up One): For protection from insanity and slavery
74: Surah al-Mudathir (The Clothed One): For the answering of prayers.
75: Surah al-Qiyamah (The Resurrection): To protect life and possessions.
76: Surah ad-Dahr (The Period): For victory in war.
77: Surah al-Mursalaat (The Emissaries): Used by dissolving in water to cure aches.
78: Surah an-Naba (The Great Event): To cure problems of the stomach and aid in travel.
79: Surah an-Nazi'aat (Those Who Pull Out): To gain rewards of heaven.
80: Surah 'Abasa (He Frowned): Used to make talisman for success and safe travel.
81: Surah at-Takwir (The Covering Up): Used to improve eyesight.
82: Surah al-Infitaar (The Cleaving Asunder): For the healing of the eyes.
83: Surah al-Mutaffin (The Defrauders): Used to protect treasure even from vermin.
84: Surah al-Inshiqaq (The Bursting Asunder): To make a talisman for ease of childbirth.
85: Surah al-Buruj (The Mansion of Stars): For protection throughout the night while sleeping.
86: Surah at-Taariq (The Night-Comer): To heal any wound and strengthen any cure.
87: Surah al-A'ala (The Most High): For healing of ear-pain.
88: Surah al-Ghashiyah (The Overwhelming Calamity): For the removal of fright from a baby.
89: Surah al-Fajr (The Daybreak): To fashion a talisman to conceive a child.
90: Surah al-Balad (The City): To create a talisman to protect a child from illness.
91: Surah as-Shams (The Sun): To bring sustenance and popularity.
92: Surah al-Layl (The Night): To have pleasing dreams.
93: Surah adh-Dhuha (The Brightness): To help find a lost person or object.
94: Surah al-Inshirah (The Expansion): To relieve physical pains and ailments.
95: Surah at-Teen (The Fig): To purify food.
96: Surah al-Alaq (The Clot): For protection of treasure and travel safety.
97: Surah al-Qadr (The Majesty): For forgiveness of loans and protection from enemy
98: Surah al-Bayyinah (The Clear Evidence): To cure ailments and seek protection of angels.
99: Surah al-Zilzaal (The Earthquake): To keep safe from tyrants and calamities.
100: Surah al-'Aadiyaat (The Assaulters): To end debts, quench thirst, and find sustenance.
101: Surah al-Qari'ah (The Terrible Calamity): To aid in financial difficulties and bring sustenance.
102: Surah al-Takathur (The Multiplication of Wealth): To cure headaches and forgiveness of sins.
103: Surah al-'Asr (The Time): For safety from tyrants.
104: Surah al-Humazah (The Slanderer): To protect from evil eye and poverty.
105: Surah al-Feel (The Elephant): Protection from enemies and evil tyrants.
106: Surah al-Quraysh (The Quraysh): Removes evil from food and blesses water for healing.
107: Surah al-Maa'un (The Daily Necessities): To be safe from dawn to dawn.
108: Surah al-Kawthar (The Heavenly Spring): To drink from the spiritual fountain or spring.
109: Surah al-Kaafirun (The Disbelievers): To keep safe at night during sleep.
110: Surah an-Nasr (The Assistance): For victory over enemies.
111: Surah al-Lahab (The Flame): For relieving back-pain and safety during night.
112: Surah al-Ikhlas (The Sincerity) / at-Tawheed (the Unity): Recited when traveling or when facing a tyrant ruler.
113: Surah al-Falaq (The Dawn): For protection from the jealous; also brings rewards equal to Hajj and Umra.
114: Surah an-Naas (The Man): For protection from Jinnaat and a shield against evil designs of Shaitan/people.
Once again, I give here below important links to videos from Youtube in which the physicians and medical doctors talked about their experiences about healing physical and spiritual ailments with the verses or chapters (Surahs) of the Quran.
Out of many videos available on the net, I have selected three videos containing interviews of the doctors and physicians who are practicing Surah ar-Rahman in their hospitals or clinics, to heal the cancer patients. Their testimonials are authentic but I don’t know why they didn’t publish their findings or observations in international medical journals. They and their patients are living proof of these claims.
Dr. Muhammad Javed Bashir’s PTV interview :
Dr. Mumtaz Niazi, Sargodha (Bin Qasim Hospital)
Allah (SWT) has said that Surah ar-Rehman is Noor-e-Mubeen. Noor means light and Light means rays. We use X-rays, laser rays, sound waves, etc., for medical treatment, then why not rays of the Quran?
(Note:- This is just for your information and learning experience. I don’t like ‘Peeri-Mureedi’ as this business has nothing to do with true Islam – connection between God and Man.)
Dr. Ms. Zainab (Central Pak Medical College, ex-Doctors Hospital).
Her own personal journey on the road to healing with Surah ar-Rahman.
May Allah bless you all with good health, peace, happiness and contentment!