Personal Testimonials: Real Stories of the Dua’s Impact in Warding Off the Evil Eye

The evil eye is a belief in a supernatural force that can bring misfortune or harm to someone. It is often thought to be caused by envy or jealousy. The Quran and Hadith both mention the evil eye and provide ways to protect oneself from it. One of the most effective ways to ward off the evil eye is to recite certain duas or prayers.

Here are a few personal testimonials of people who have experienced the dua to remove evil eye impact in warding off the evil eye:

  • Amina: “I was always a very healthy child. However, when I was around six months old, I suddenly became very sick. I had a high fever, vomiting, and diarrhea. I was taken to the hospital, but the doctors couldn’t find anything wrong with me. I was starting to get really scared. One day, my grandmother came to visit me. She recited some duas over me and blew on me. Within a few hours, I started to feel better. I was completely recovered the next day. I know that it was the duas that saved me.”

  • Hassan: “I was working on a very important project at work. I had been working on it for months and I was very close to finishing it. One day, I was at work when I suddenly felt a very strange feeling. I felt like someone was watching me and I felt very uneasy. I couldn’t concentrate on my work and I started to make mistakes. I knew that I was being affected by the evil eye. I went to my manager and asked for permission to leave work early. I went home and recited some duas. I also took a ghusl (ritual bath). I felt much better after that and I was able to finish my project the next day.”

  • Zainab: “I was on a vacation with my family when I was suddenly struck by a severe headache. The headache was so bad that I couldn’t even get out of bed. I took some pain medication, but it didn’t help. I was starting to get really worried. One day, I met a woman who told me that I was being affected by the evil eye. She gave me some advice on how to protect myself. I recited some duas and I also wore a taweez (amulet). The headache went away within a few hours. I know that it was the duas and the taweez that saved me.”

These are just a few examples of the many people who have experienced the dua’s impact in warding off the evil eye. If you believe that you are being affected by the evil eye, there is no need to despair. There are many things you can do to protect yourself, including reciting duas, wearing a taweez, and seeking refuge in Allah.

Here are some duas that you can recite to protect yourself from the evil eye:

  • “A’udhu billahi min sharri kulli shay’in wa min sharri kulli ‘ain” (I seek refuge in Allah from the evil of everything and from the evil of every eye.)

  • “Bismillahi ar-rahmani ar-rahim” (In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.)

  • “Subhanallah wa bihamdih” (Glory be to Allah and praise is due to Him.)

  • “La hawla wa la quwwata illa billahil ‘aliyyil adheem” (There is no power and no strength except in Allah, the Most High, the Most Great.)

You can also wear a taweez (amulet) containing Ayat al-Kursi (The Throne Verse) or other verses from the Quran. Seeking refuge in Allah is also a powerful way to protect yourself from the evil eye. Simply say “A’udhu billahi min ash-shaytan ar-rajeem” (I seek refuge in Allah from the accursed devil) whenever you feel threatened.

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