أعوذ بالله من الشيطان الرجيم

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

Khalid bin Walid (radiAllahu anhu) reported that once he suffered from insomnia. The Prophet (salAllahu alayhi wasalam) said to him, “Shall I teach you words that will make you go to sleep when you say them? Say (the below)”:[abu Dawud 4:12, at-Tabrani in his Al-Kahir and Al-Awsat]

Allahumma Rabbas Samawaatis-Sab’i, wa ma adhal-lat, wa Rabbal-aradina, wa ma aqal-lat, wa Rabbash-Shaiateena, wa ma adhal-lat kun li jaran min sharri khalqika ajma’een ay-yafruta ‘alaya ahad-um-minhum, aw ay-yatgha.Azza jaruk, wa tabarakasmuk.
O Allah! Lord of the seven Firmaments and whatever they cover, Lord of the seven earths and whatever they contain, Creator of the devils and whoever they mislead, Be my Protector from the evil of all Your Creatures lest some of them may hasten with insolence against me or transgress the bounds. Honoured is he who is in Your Protection and Blessed is Your Name.

Nabi [sallallaahu alayhi wasallam] mentions, If a person recites the following duaa after having a nightmare, then he will not be affected by it. (Sunan al-Tirmidhi Hadith3528). Also, At-Tirmidhi narrated that the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) used to teach his companions these words when they face any fear,

“A’oodhu bikalimaati llaahi ttaammaati min ghadhabihi wa `iqaabihi wa sharri ibaadihi wa min hamazaatis shaytaani, wa a-yyuhdharoon”

The translation of the duaa is: I seek refuge using the complete praises of Allah from His anger, His punishment, the evil of His slaves, from the whispers of the devil and they approaching me.

 

 

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