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الصداع ( وجع الرأس)

الأربعاء 13 فبراير 2013 - 16:00 من طرف admin

الصداع ( وجع الرأس)

العلاج بالقراءة

*ارفع اليدين كما هو الحال في الدعاء واقرأ سورة الحمد والإخلاص والمعوذتين ثم امسح يديك على جسمك ومكان الألم تشفى بإذن الله.
*******
*ضع يدك على موضع الألم وقل ثلاث مرات : (( الله ، الله ، الله …


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يات السكينة وادعية التحصين والرقي

الأربعاء 13 فبراير 2013 - 15:59 من طرف admin


آيات السكينة وادعية التحصين والرقية -
السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته


اخواتي في الله

هذه ادعية التحصين وآيات السكينة وادعية الرقية كي تستنزلوا بها الرحمات وتستدفعوا بها شر الاشرار وشر شياطين الجن والانس

بسم الله …


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تحصين شامل وبسيط

الأربعاء 13 فبراير 2013 - 15:58 من طرف admin


***أعوذبالله السميع العليم من الشيطان الرجيم.من همزه ونفخه ونفثه


****اعوذ بكلمات الله التامات من كل شيطان وهامه ومن كل عين لاامه

***أعوذ بكلمات الله التامات من شر ماخلق

****أعوذ بوجه الله الكريم وبكلمات الله التامات.الاتي …


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الحسد ( العين ) :

الأربعاء 13 فبراير 2013 - 15:57 من طرف admin



الحسد ( العين ) :


ش

بما أن الحسد هو تمني زوال نعمة الغير إذا هو
يؤثر على الشيء الذي تقع عليه العين كالإنسان ،
وما يحتويه جسده من صحة ، وعافية ، والبيت ،
وأثاثه ، والدابة ، والمزرعة ، واللباس ، والشراب
، والطعام ، والأطفال …


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هل الرقية خاصة بمرض معين ؟

الأربعاء 13 فبراير 2013 - 15:56 من طرف admin

هل الرقية خاصة بمرض معين ؟


قد يتبادر إلى الذهن أن الرقية خاصة بعلاج أمراض
العين والسحر والمس ،

وليس لها نفع أو تأثير في الشفاء من الأمراض
الأخرى كالعضوية والنفسية والقلبية !!
وهذا غير صحيح ، ومفهوم خاطئ عن الرقية يجب
أن …

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ثمة أمور نحب أن ننبهك عليها للتذكير لا للتعليم ومنها :

الأربعاء 13 فبراير 2013 - 15:55 من طرف admin


ثمة أمور نحب أن ننبهك عليها للتذكير لا للتعليم ومنها :

1 ـ الاعتماد على الله سبحانه وتعالى وتفويض الأمر إليه ،
وكثرة الدعاء والإلحاح في طلب الشفاء ،
فهذه الرقية ما هي إلا سبب أقامه الله تعالى ليظهر
لعباده أنه هو المدبر …


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المراد بالرقية

الأربعاء 13 فبراير 2013 - 15:55 من طرف admin



المراد بالرقية :

هي مجموعة من الآيات القرآنية والتعويذات
والأدعية المأثورة عن النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم
يقرؤها المسلم على نفسه ، أو ولده ، أو أهله ،
لعلاج ما أصابه من الأمراض النفسية أو ما وقع له من
شر أعين الإنس والجن ، …


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الفرق بين التحصين والرقية

الأربعاء 13 فبراير 2013 - 15:53 من طرف admin



بسم الله والحمد لله والصلاة والسلام على رسول الله
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
الفرق بين التحصين والرقية
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
اختلط مفهوم الرقيه والتحصين لدى البعض ولعلنا نوضح في هذا الموضوع مفهوم الرقيه والتحصين:
<< التحصين >>
كلمة …


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رقيه عامه بازن الله بنيه المرض

الثلاثاء 24 يوليو 2012 - 13:24 من طرف admin


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2)- ( الم * ذَلِكَ الْكِتَابُ لا رَيْبَ فِيهِ هُدًى لِلْمُتَّقِينَ *
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[b][color=green]Balance between the Individual and Society[/color][/b]



[color=green]Another unique feature of Islam is that it establishes
a balance between individualism and collectivism. It believes in the
individual personality of man and holds everyone personally accountable to God.
The Prophet, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him, says: [/color]


[color=green]“Everyone of you is a guardian, and
responsible for what is in his custody. The ruler is a guardian of his
subjects and responsible for them; a husband is a guardian of his family and is
responsible for it; a lady is a guardian of her husband’s house and is responsible
for it, and a servant is a guardian of his master’s property and is responsible
for it.”[/color]


[color=green]I heard
that from God’s Apostle and I think that the Prophet also said, “A man
is a guardian of is father’s property and is responsible for it, so all of you
are guardians and responsible for your wards and things under your care.” ([i]Saheeh
Al-Bukhari, Saheeh Muslim[/i])[/color]


[color=green]Islam also guarantees the fundamental rights of
the individual and does not permit anyone to tamper with them. It makes the
proper development of the personality of man one of the prime objectives of its
educational policy. It does not subscribe to the view that man must lose his
individuality in society or in the state.[/color]


[color=green]In Islam, all men are equal, regardless of
color, language, race, or nationality. It addresses itself to the conscience
of humanity and banishes all false barriers of race, status, and wealth. There
can be no denying the fact that such barriers have always existed and continue
to exist today in the so-called enlightened age. Islam removes all of these
impediments and proclaims the ideal of the whole of humanity being one family
of God.[/color]


[color=green]Islam is international in its outlook and
approach and does not admit barriers and distinctions based on color, clan,
blood, or territory, as was the case before the advent of Muhammad. Unfortunately,
these prejudices remain rampant in different forms even in this modern age. Islam
wants to unite the entire human race under one banner. To a world torn by
national rivalries and feuds, it presents a message of life and hope and of a
glorious future.[/color]


[color=green]The historian, A. J. Toynbee, has some
interesting observations to make in this respect. In Civilization on Trial, he
writes: “Two conspicuous sources of danger - one psychological and the other
material - in the present relations of this cosmopolitan proletariat, i.e.,
[westernized humanity] with the dominant element in our modern Western society
are race consciousness and alcohol; and in the struggle with each of these
evils the Islamic spirit has a service to render which might prove, if it were
accepted, to be of high moral and social value.[/color]


[color=green]The extinction of race consciousness between
Muslims is one of the outstanding moral achievements of Islam, and in the
contemporary world there is, as it happens, a crying need for the propagation
of this Islamic virtue ... It is conceivable that the spirit of Islam might be
the timely reinforcement which would decide this issue in favor of tolerance
and peace.[/color]


[color=green]As for the evil of alcohol, it is at its worst
among primitive populations in tropical regions which have been ‘opened up’ by
Western enterprise. The fact remains that even the most statesmanlike
preventive measures imposed by external authority are incapable of liberating a
community from a social vice unless a desire for liberation and a will to carry
this desire into voluntary action on its own part are awakened in the hearts of
the people concerned. Now Western administrators, at any rate those of ‘Anglo-Saxon’
origin, are spiritually isolated from their ‘native’ wards by the physical ‘color
bar’ which their race-consciousness sets up; the conversion of the natives’
souls is a task to which their competence can hardly be expected to extend; and
it is at this point that Islam may have a part to play.[/color]


[color=green]In these recently and rapidly ‘opened up’
tropical territories, the Western civilization has produced an economic and
political plenum and, in the same breath, a social and spiritual void.[/color]


[color=green]Here, then, in the foreground of the future, we
can remark two valuable influences which Islam may exert upon the cosmopolitan
proletariat of a Western society that has cast its net around the world and
embraced the whole of mankind; while in the more distant future we may
speculate on the possible contributions of Islam to some new manifestation of
religion.”[/color]


[b][color=green]Permanence and Change[/color][/b]



[color=green]The elements of permanence and change coexist in
human society and culture and are bound to remain so. Different ideologies and
cultural systems have erred in leaning heavily towards one or other of these
ends of the equation. Too much emphasis on permanence makes the system rigid
and robs it of flexibility and progress, while a lack of permanent values and
unchanging elements generate moral relativism, shapelessness, and anarchy.[/color]


[color=green]What is needed is a balance between the two – a
system that could simultaneously cater for the demands of permanence and change.
An American judge, Mr. Justice Cardozo, rightly says that “the greatest need of
our time is a philosophy that will mediate between conflicting claims of
stability and progress and supply a principle of growth.” Islam presents an
ideology, which satisfies the demands of stability as well as of change.[/color]


[color=green]Deeper reflection reveals that life has within
it elements of permanence and change - it is neither so rigid and inflexible
that it cannot admit of any change even in matters of detail, nor it is so
flexible and fluid that even its distinctive traits have no permanent character
of their own. This becomes clear from observing the process of physiological change
in the human body, for every tissue of the body changes a number of times in
one’s lifetime even though the person remains the same. A tree’s leaves,
flowers, and fruits change but its character remains unchanged. It is a law of
life that elements of permanence and change must co-exist in a harmonious
equation.[/color]


[color=green]Only such a system of life that can provide for
both these elements can meet all of the cravings of human nature and all of the
needs of human society. The basic problems of life remain the same in all ages
and climes, but the ways and means to solve them as well as the techniques of
handling the phenomenon undergo change with the passage of time. Islam brings
to focus a new perspective on this problem and tries to solve it in a realistic
way.[/color]


[color=green]The Quran and the Sunnah contain the eternal
guidance given by the Lord of the universe. This guidance comes from God, who
is free from the limitations of space and time and, as such, the principles of
individual and social behavior revealed by Him are based on reality and are
eternal. But God has revealed only broad principles and has endowed man with
the freedom to apply them in every age in the way suited to the spirit and
conditions of that age. It is through ijtihad (intellectual effort to arrive
at the truth) that people of every age try to implement and apply the divine
guidance to the problems of their times. Thus the basic guidance is of a
permanent nature, while the method of its application can change in accordance
with the peculiar needs of every age. That is why Islam always remains as
fresh and modern as tomorrow’s morn.[/color]


[b][color=green]Complete Record of Teachings Preserved[/color][/b]



[color=green]Last, but not least, is the fact that the
teachings of Islam have been preserved in their original form. As a result, God’s
guidance is available without adulteration of any kind. The Quran is the
revealed book and word of God, which has been in existence for the last
fourteen hundred years. It is still available in its original form. Detailed
accounts of the life of the Prophet and of his teachings are available in their
pristine purity. There has not been even one change made in this unique
historic record. The sayings and the entire record of the life of the Prophet
have been handed down to us with unprecedented precision and authenticity in
works of the Hadith and the Sirah (the Prophet’s Biography). Even a number of
non-Muslim critics admit this eloquent fact.[/color]


[color=green]These are some of the unique features of Islam
that establish its credentials as the religion of man the religion of today and
the religion of tomorrow. These aspects have appealed to millions of people in
the past and the present and have made them affirm that Islam is the religion
of truth and the right path for mankind. There is no doubt that these aspects
will continue to appeal to even more people in the future. Men with pure
hearts and sincere longing for truth will always continue to say:[/color]


[color=green] “I affirm that
there is none worthy of worship except God, that He is One, sharing His
authority with no one, and I affirm that Muhammad is His Servant and His
Prophet.”[/color]


[color=green]Here, we’d like to conclude with the following
words that George Bernard Shaw is reported to have said:[/color]


[color=green]I have always held the religion of Muhammad in
high estimation because of its wonderful vitality. It is the only religion,
which appears to me to possess that assimilating capacity to the changing
phases of existence, which can make itself appeal to every age. I have studied
him - the wonderful man - and in my opinion far from being an Antichrist, he
must be called the Savior of Humanity. I believe that if a man like him were
to assume the dictatorship of the modern world, he would succeed in solving its
problems in a way that would bring it much needed peace and happiness. I have
prophesied about the faith of Muhammad that it would be acceptable to the
Europe of tomorrow as it is beginning to be acceptable to the Europe of today.[/color]

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