Monday, 12 July 2021

Djinn,Dark Entities,and Who and What to Fear☮🕉FOCUS ON EMPOWERMENT


Imagining A World for Us,by Us

Everything in life, every person you interact with, every situation you are involved in, is like a giant mirror reflecting back at you for you to see your own reflection at a deeper level. The reflection of your spiritual and emotional life, your soul’s cravings, and your conscious and subconscious thoughts. When the mirror is held up, how would you see your reflection? Would you be able to see it as an opportunity to know yourself better? Would you be able to heal the parts of yourself that no longer serve you? Or will you remain reactionary and triggered by an unhealed wound?

Every person we meet and interact with in life is showing up at the perfect time to reflect something we need to heal. The people with whom you interact are showing you who you are and ultimately providing you with an opportunity to evolve. It’s important to remember as spiritual beings and as humans we are all connected. Holding this belief leaves no doubt that each of us reflects something within another. We cannot be separate or disconnected from one another.  The universe acts as a huge reflector of this reality.

We are only capable of offering love and acceptance to others at the same capacity that we love and accept ourselves. When you make it a conscious habit to learn from your interactions and relationships then you will learn that you can observe negative traits within others without judgment and without getting caught up in someone else’s reality. When we  choose thoughts of peace, we live in a reality of peace. Consequently as we focus on our light, we bring out the light within others.

In the Quran

Surah Fatiha. Prophet Muhammad (SAW) referred to surah Fatiha as The Mother of the Quran. Further, he stated, “It is the foundation, as it is the essence, the origin of the Quran and its first surah.”

The prevalent themes throughout the 7 verses are guidance, mercy of the Lord, and His Lordship. The chapter is a summary of the fundamental tenants of Islam as mentioned throughout the Book. This is the only surah that God Himself references (Al-Hijr 15:87). This ayah in surah al-hijr refers to surah Fatiha as, Al-Mathani (7 oft-repeated). Interestingly enough, the Arabic word Mathani مثاني comes from the word athna,which comes from the word athnain. Athna أثناء comes from athnain and thna means, pairing. Consequently, God is referring to Surah Fatiha as Al-Mathani. And how do we pair this surah? By starting every prayer and reciting Surah Fatiha. Your prayer is not valid without reciting Surah Fatiha, first. It’s as if the surah is your introduction to prayer. 

For those who are in the healing arts, I suggest using this surah before you conduct any session. Prophet Muhammad (SAW) stated this surah is known as the healer from every illness. Of course, the implication is for Spiritual illness, not physical. Additionally, we understand in the spiritual world, physical illnesses are often times the physical manifestation of a spiritual ailment. I had a client who suffered from debilitating anxiety. His mindfulness practice wasn’t giving him much relief. During our sessions, I incorporated the verse from Surah Fatiha, “guide us to the straight path” and advised him to chant it whenever he feels a surge of anxiety wash over him. Miraculously, it worked! This ayah is a strong grounding verse that immediately connects your energy to your center. 

While ArchAngel Gabriel was with the Messenger, he heard a noise from above. Gabriel lifted his sight to the sky and said, “this is a door in the Heavens being opened, and it has never been opened before now.” An Angel descended from that door and came to the Prophet and said, “receive the glad tidings of two lights that you have been given, which no other Prophet before you was given- the Opening of the Book (Al Fatiha) and the last verses of ‘al-Baqarah.” You will not read a letter of them except that you will gain its benefit.” -Hadith

بِسْمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحْمَنِ الرَّحِيمِ (Bismillah Arahman Araheem)
In the name of God, the Most Beneficent, the Merciful. We are seeking His assistance by this first verse. Subsequently, this phrase is required to begin every obligatory prayer and the opening of every chapter, except one, in the Quran. By reciting, Rahman and Raheem, you are expressing the love and mercy of the Lord out of appreciation.

الْحَمْدُ لِلَّهِ رَبِّ الْعَالَمِينَ (Alhumdulilah Rabbi alalmeen)
All praise is due to God, Lord of the Worlds. Calling the Lord, Rabb, is a word of endearment that encompasses both the physical and spiritual side of Him. Giving Him precedence over the Worlds, gives credit to the vast expansion of His Universe, both the seen and unseen included. Alameen is plural for alam which is from the arabic root word, ilm (to know) and means world. Alameen is mentioned again in Surah Baqarah (2:47) and is translated to mean, nations. Therefore, acknowledging His Lordship over nations is the truth of His constancy of all prophets and their ruling nations before Islam.

الرَّحْمَنِ الرَّحِيمِ (Ar Rahman, Ar Raheem)
The Beneficent, The Merciful. Repetition of His mercy softens our heart, especially after glorifying His Creation in the previous verse.

مَالِكِ يَوْمِ الدِّينِ (Malik yaum ad Dean)
Master of the Day of Requital. Malik, here, is used to mean master, not King. Yaum means a period of time. It can indicate an indefinitely short length of time or an indefinitely large length of time. This ayah discusses Divine Law of retribution and gives Him, the Master and Judge. Divine Law is constantly in motion and our lives are a manifestation of that. This is where the idea of accountability is born because, since we do not know when the Day of Reckoning will be, we are in a constant space to take responsibility for our actions, words, and thoughts during this life. Regardless of an individual’s religious or spiritual affiliation, we will all face the Day of Reckoning. This is the point in the surah where the spiritual awakening is sparked.

إِيَّاكَ نَعْبُدُ وَإِيَّاكَ نَسْتَعِينُ (Iyyaka na budu wa iyyaka na staeen)
It is You we worship and You we ask for help. Through humility, when we recognize that we need His power to help, we can receive His assistance. The simplicity of seeking His help, solely, without needing intercessors, makes the call to His unity all encompassing.

اهْدِنَا الصِّرَاطَ الْمُسْتَقِيمَ (Ihdena sarata almustaqeem)
Guide us on the right path. Through Divine help, we seek guidance on the right path until we reach the final goal of spiritual perfection. As humans, as opposed to being Angels who are made from His light, we need spiritual light – daily – for sustenance. This is the most grounding verse in the entire surah, and to my personal praise, I would say the entire Scripture.

صِرَاطَ الَّذِينَ أَنْعَمْتَ عَلَيْهِمْ غَيْرِ الْمَغْضُوبِ عَلَيْهِمْ وَلَا الضَّالِّينَ (Siratal ladheena an amta alahim ghairil maghdoobi alaheim waladaalean)
The path of those to whom You have granted blessings, those who are neither subject to Your anger nor have gone astray. Just as we have light (His blessings), we have darkness (His displeasure). This is just life. This verse is a reminder that even the most blessed one of us can be afflicted and pushed to being astray.

Spiritual benefits of reciting Surah Fatiha:
Recite 70 times to remove any pain or suffering
Activate your hand (palm) chakra and place it over a body part that is aching/ill and recite the surah 7 or 70 times
This protects your heart from spiritual anger and corruption
For manifestations, recite 40 times during the last third of the night
Wird of happiness: recite the surah 30 times after Fajr prayer; 25 times after Duhr prayer, 20 times after Asr prayer, 15 times after Maghrib prayer and 10 times after Isha prayer

The name as well as the topic of this  article is jinn. Similar to angels, the jinn are beings invisible to the naked human eye. In the Quran, it is stated in more than one instance, that humans are created from the earth and jinn from smokeless fire.Unlike angels who have no ability to obey or disobey, jinn have the power of choice and will. In Iranian traditions, jinn are fearsome and honored.

We encounter obstacles that test our strength, faith and dedication God. When we feel weighed down by these challenges they are mere distractions to our connection to Him. In order to navigate these tests and elevate to the next spiritual station in our evolutionary progress, it is vital we firmly align ourselves with His light. His 99 names is our guidebook for each test we face.

The Djinn-male and female- are said to like spaces that are dark and humid,there are 5 basic


Huma-brings fever to body

 Ya'jooj Ma'jooj -figured djinn like monsters -represents chaos

the laughing Snake-powerful human female hybrid combination undefeated in war expect holding a moirror in front of her and laughs until she dies

Al Kaboos-brings nightmare and sleep paralysis

Aisha-moracon djinn posseses men  and creates a crack on their body and not to go insane by her is to go along with her

These 5 female  figures can also be represented as woman empowerment-a turn around from what the male counters us as,versus sexual harrasment,desire.and ownership of oneself.

In old Djinn lore, they could not duplicate 100 percent of a human body, and usually their animal-like, hairy legs and feet gave them away. I have speculated that Shadow People wear hats and cowls to cover up imperfect heads. Some experiencers say the eyes of the human-shaped Djinn will shift to odd colors or a reptilian appearance. I believe the Djinn and other shape-shifters are among us every day, and we never know unless we have certain experiences with them.

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