As humans, we constantly seek protection from harm and evil energies that can harm us physically or emotionally. Taweez for protection has been a practice of Islamic mysticism for centuries, with its origins dating back to the time of the Prophet Muhammad. These amulets are believed to offer spiritual protection to the wearer and can be created using a variety of methods.
If you are seeking a working taweez for protection, you may consider incorporating the names of Allah associated with protection in your amulet. These names have been used by sufi masters such as Al-Buni and are believed to hold immense spiritual power when used in a taweez.
To create a taweez for protection at home, you will need a few ingredients such as a piece of paper, saffron ink, rose water, and pious intentions. Begin by writing the names of Allah associated with protection on the piece of paper in saffron ink, along with their numerical values.
Here are some of the Allah names for protection and their numerical values:
• Al-Aleem (The All-Knowing) - 40
• Al-Muhaymin (The Protector) - 45
• Al-Hafeez (The Guardian) - 45
• Al-Qawi (The Strong) - 115
• Al-Wakil (The Trustee) - 66
• Al-Rahman (The Merciful) - 298
• Al-Jabbar (The Compeller) - 206
• Al-Matin (The Firm) - 470
Each of these Allah names for protection holds different benefits for the wearer. For example, Al-Aleem is believed to provide protection from harm caused by human beings, while Al-Hafeez is believed to protect the wearer from the evil eye. Al-Qawi is believed to offer physical strength and resilience, while Al-Wakil provides emotional support and stability , protection against financial losses and betrayal. Al-Hayy (The Ever-Living) is believed to offer protection against accidents and illnesses, while Al-Qahhar (The Subduer) is believed to protect against enemies and evil spirits.
To make a working taweez for protection at home, it is best to create a square using these Allah names and their numerical values. The best time of the day and month to make such a taweez is on a Friday evening during the waxing moon phase. It is important to use pious intentions and maintain a positive mindset while creating the taweez.
Apart from the last third of the night and Friday, which are considered the most auspicious times to create a taweez for protection, there are other good times of the month and the day that are also recommended. According to Islamic tradition, the first ten days of the Islamic month of Dhul Hijjah are considered the most blessed days of the year. Therefore, creating a taweez for protection during these days can amplify its potency.
Similarly, the last ten days of the Islamic month of Ramadan are also considered very blessed, particularly the Night of Power or Laylat al-Qadr, which is believed to be better than a thousand months. Creating a taweez for protection during these days or on the Night of Power can enhance its effectiveness.
As for the best time of the day, it is recommended to create a taweez for protection during the hours of Tahajjud or the pre-dawn prayers. This is because this time is believed to be a time of increased blessings and mercy from Allah. Additionally, one can also create a taweez during the hours of Duha or the morning prayers, which are also considered blessed times.
Here are some examples of taweez for protection:
Taweez for protection based on the name "Al-Muhaymin":
Another protection talisman based on the name "Al-Wakil":
Using these squares, one can create a taweez for protection at home by writing the numerical values of the Allah names in a specific order on a piece of paper. The taweez can offer a variety of protections such as physical protection, emotional protection, and protection from evil energies or spirits.
One common way of using a taweez for protection is to wear it around one's neck or wrist. It can be tied in a piece of cloth or leather, or enclosed in a locket or pendant. The wearer should recite some verses from the Quran or some prayers when wearing the item, as a way of invoking Allah's protection and blessings.
Another way of using this type of taweez is to hang it in a prominent place in the home or workplace. It can be wrapped in a piece of cloth or paper, and tied to a nail or hook on the wall. The user can recite some prayers or make some supplications when hanging the taweez, as a way of dedicating the space to Allah's protection and blessings.
It's also possible to use the talisman by carrying it in one's pocket or purse. The taweez can be wrapped in a piece of cloth or paper, and placed in a secure and clean spot in the pocket or purse. The user can recite some prayers or make some supplications when carrying the taweez, as a way of seeking Allah's protection and blessings throughout the day.
There are specific taweez for protection that are designed to banish evil spirits and jinns. These taweez are often based on specific surahs from the Quran, such as Surah Al-Falaq and Surah An-Nas, which are known as the "two protective surahs".
Taweez for protection based on Surah Al-Falaq:
Taweez for protection based on Surah An-Nas:
When a taweez for protection has served its purpose and is no longer needed, it's important to dispose of it properly to avoid any unintended consequences. Here are some guidelines on how to get rid of a taweez for protection:
1. One common method of disposal is to burn it. This can be done by placing the taweez in a heat-resistant container and lighting it on fire. As it burns, it should be recited that its purpose has been served and that it is time for it to be released.
2. Another option is to bury the taweez in the ground. This can be done by digging a hole in the earth and placing it inside. The hole should then be covered with soil and a prayer should be recited.
3. Yet another option is to throw the taweez into a river or other body of running water. As the taweez is carried away by the water, it should be recited that its purpose has been served and that it is time for it to be released.
It's important to note that a talisman should never be thrown in the trash or left in a place where it may be found by someone else. This is because taweez contain sacred words and symbols that should be treated with respect and disposed of in a dignified manner.