Tantra Mantra Specialist
What is Dua To Cure Black Magic?
Dua is an Arabic word that means invocation. It is a act of supplication or prayer. There are two types of dua- dhikr and dua. Dhikr is the act of remembering and glorifying Allah through different acts such as salah, saying Subhan Allah, and so on. On the other hand, dua is requesting something from Allah. It is an act of worship. Dua To Cure Black Magic is a dua that asks Allah to protect us from the evil effects of black magic and to remove it from our lives if we have been affected by it.
You can perform Dua to remove black magic at any time and in any place. It does not require any specific conditions or times. Dua To Cure Black Magic should be recite with sincerity and faith. One should have full trust in Allah that He will answer our prayers and remove the black magic from our lives.
Dua To Cure Black Magic is a way to cleanse oneself of negativity and bring about positive change. If you’re struggling with black magic or negative energy, reciting a Dua may be just what you need to help set things right again.
Frequently Asked Questions:
How to save yourself from Black Magic in Islam?
If you want to protect yourself from Evil then you need to keep calling Allah for his help. You can also recite “O Allah, I seek refuge in You from all evil things, both male and female.” (Sahih Bukhari, vol 8, Book 75:326). The only way to fight black magic is through the help of Almighty Allah.
Is there a dua to remove the effect of black magic from a person?
Recite Surah Al-Ikhlas and blow on a glass of water and give this water to the person who is suffering from the black magic. It will help you to remove the black magic from that person. Remember to make a fresh wuzu before starting the dua.
What is Islamic way (Dua) of removing black magic from House?
If you think someone has done something bad/evil on your house then you need to recite Surah Baqarah. The Messenger of Allah, peace, and blessings be upon him, said, “Verily, Satan flees from the house in which is recited Surat Al-Baqarah” (Sahih Muslim, 780).