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HizbulBahr English & Transliteration & Commentary and
Spiritual hand & blowing protection movements

The Imam Shadhili said; about the Hizb ul Bahr By God, I did not utter it [the Litany of
the Sea] except as it came from the Prophet of God (s), from whose instruction I
learned it. "Guard it;' he said to me, "for it contains the Ism al-'Adhim-Greatest name
of God:"- It is not recited in any place without security reigning there. If it had been
with the inhabitants of Baghdad, the Tatars would not have taken the city. On his
death bed Imam Shadhili gave Naseeha-counsel to recite his Litany of the Sea (Hizb ul
Bahr) often, and he said, “Teach it to your children for the Ism al-'Adhim-Greatest
name of God is in it.”

Hizb ul Bahr English & Transliteration & Commentary
and the Spiritual hand & blowing protection movements will also be mentioned

See text in Red corresponds with the 8 Secret Points

Bismillahir rahmanir raheem.
In the name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate.

Ya Allahu, Ya 'Aliyyu, Ya 'Adheemu, Ya Haleemu, Ya 'Aleem. Anta rabbi, wa 'ilmuka
hasbi, fa ni'mar-rabbu rabbi, wa ni'mal hasbu hasbi, tan-suru man tashaa-u wa antal
'azeezur raheem.

Oh, Allah! Oh, Most High! Oh, Exalted! Oh, Gentle! Oh, All-Knowing! You are my
Sustainer and Your knowledge is my sufficiency, how excellent a Sustainer is my
Sustainer; how excellent a Sufficer is my Sufficer. You aid whom You choose,and You
are the All-Powerful, the Most Merciful.

Nas-alukal 'ismata fil harakati was-sakanati wal kalimati wal iradati wal khatarati
minash-shukuki wa-dhununi wal awhamis-satirati lil qulubi 'an mutala'atil ghuyub.
We ask of Your Protection in our movements and our stillness, in our words and our
desires, and our thoughts; from the doubts and the suspicions and the illusions that
veil our hearts from the perception of the unseen. [Note 1]

Faqadib tuliyal mu'minoona wa zulzilu zilzalan shadeedan.
Wa idh "yaqulul munafiquna wal-ladheena fi qulubihim maradun ma wa'adanallahu wa
rasuluhu illa ghurura."
And “truly have the believers been tested and shaken, shaken severely
and if the hypocrites and those with doubting hearts say: Allah and His Messenger did
not promise us other than delusion” (Surah Ahzab 33:11-12), [Note 2]

[Point.1 Upon reciting shadeedan point with your right index finger (Shahadah
finger) toward the sky ]

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Fa thibbitna wan-surna wa sakh-khir lana hadhal bahr, kama sakh-khartal bahra li
Musa, wa sakh-khartan nara li Ibrahim. Wa sakh-khartal jibaala wal hadeeda li Dawud.
Wa sakh-khartar reeha wash-shayatina wal jinna li Sulayman.
firmly root us and support us and subjugate to us this Sea as You subjugated the Sea
to Moses. And You subjugated the fire to Abraham. And You subjugated the mountains
and the iron to David. And You subjugated the wind and the Demons and the Jinns to
Solomon. [Note 3]

[Point.2 At the word wan-surnaa-(and give us support or victory) think in your heart
deeply of the purpose for which this dua (meaning the Hizb ul Bahr) is being read
for, so focus your thoughts and zoom into your hearts your needs to be made
victorious or be given success in a need or task or problem to be solved.]

Wa sakh-khir lana kulla bahrin huwa laka fil ardi was-samaa-i wal mulki wal malakut.
Wa bahrad-dunya, wa bahral akhira. Wa sakh-khir lana kulla shay-in ya man bi yadihi
malakutu kulli shay.
And subjugate to us every sea of Yours on the Earth, in the Skies, the Dominions and
the Heavenly Realm. And the Sea of this world and the Sea of the World to come. And
subjugate to us everything, Oh! You in Whose Hand is the dominion over everything.

Kaaf Haa Yaa 'Ain Saad.
Kaaf Haa Yaa 'Ain Saad.
Kaaf Haa Yaa 'Ain Saad. [Note 4]

Unsurna fi-innaka khayrun-nasireen.
Waf-tah lana fi-innaka khayrul fatiheen. [Note 5]
Wagh-fir lana fi-innaka khayrul ghafireen.
War-hamna fi-innaka khayrur-rahimeen.
War-zuqna fi-innaka khayrur-raziqeen. [Note 6]
[Kaaf-Haa-Yaa-‘Ain-Saad] (3x).

Aid us,for You are the best of those who aid.
And open for us, for You are the best of those who open.
And forgive us, for You are the best of Forgivers.
And have mercy upon us, for You are the best of those who Show Mercy.
And provide for us, for You are the best of Providers.

[Point.3 When you read Kaaf, Haa, Yaa, 'Ain, Saad, with your right hand close your
small finger 1st with by reciting Kaaf and close, 2nd next finger by reciting Haa and
close, 3rd finger by reciting Yaa and close, 4th by reciting 'Ain and close, 5th thumb
by reciting Saad and close, you now have a closed fist.(1st reading)

Now open as you closed with small finger 1st by reciting Kaaf open, 2nd next finger
by reciting Haa open, 3rd finger by reciting Yaa open, 4th by reciting 'Ain open, 5th
thumb by reciting Saad open.(2nd reading)

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According to Mawlana Khalid al-Baghdadi, the letters Kaaf, Haa, Yaa, 'Ain, Saad in the
first verse of Surah Maryam refer to the sifaat (attributes) of Allah Sub’hanahu wa
Ta'ala or of Sayyidina Muhammad, Sallallahu 'alaihi wa Sallam as captured in one of
the salawaat in the kitab as follows:
...Wa bi Fadlillaahumma Salli wa Sallim Wa Baarik
'Alaa Sayyidina Muhammad-i
Nilladhee huwa Saahibu’l Burhaani
Wa’s sababu fee wujudi kulli insaanin
Kaafu karami’l kifaayati
Haa-u’l Uluhiyyati wa’r-Ri'aayati
Wa yaa u’l yaqazati wa’l hidaayati
'Ainul 'ismati wa’l 'inaayati
Wa saadus siraati’l manshuri
Siraatillaahilladhee lahu maa fissamaawaati wa maa fi'l ardi
'Alaa Ilallaahi taseeru'l umur
Salaatan tusbilu
Allahumma (Yaa 'Azeezu Yaa Jabbaaru Yaa Mutakabbiru Yaa Khaaliqu) [3]

And with the Grace of Allah's blessings, peace and favours
on Sayyidina Muhammad who is a personality with a clear proof,
and the cause of the existence of all humans.
The letter kaaf stands for the Prophet's unbounded generosity,
the letter haa is for Allah's Divine Power and Loving Care,
the letter yaa denotes the Prophet's wakefulness and guidance,
the letter 'ain stands for his sinlessness and loving care,
and the letter saad denotes a wide-open straight path;
"The path of Allah to Whom belongs
whatever is in the heavens and the earth.
Behold (how) all affairs return to Allah" (42:53).
A salaat (on the Holy Prophet) that pours like mercy:
For the sake of this salaat,
O Allah (O The Mighty, O The Compeller,
O The One Supreme in Greatness, O The Creator) [recited 3 times]..

[Note 5]
Give us sustenance, for You are the best of providers.- Hizb ul Bahr
War zuqna fa-innaka khayr-ruraa ziqeen
this line is to increase ones Rizq and read several hundred times#

[Note 6]
Beneficial for seeking a job, expansion of rizq and some unseen barakah.
Waftah-lana, fa innaka khayrul faatiheen - meaning "And open for us, for You are the
best of those who open" Recite this; "Waftah-lana, fa innaka khayrul faatiheen" 123
times after Fajr salah. This dua should be read in this sequence on the 1st day facing
the east ; 2nd day facing the west; 3rd day facing the north; and the 4th day facing

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[Note 14]
Reciting: Audhu bi kalimatillahit-taammati min sharri ma khalaq-In the name of God,
with whose Name nothing in the earth or sky can do harm, for He is the All-Hearer,
All-Knower. (3x)

In Sahih Muslim it is narrated from Abu Hurairah that the Prophet(pbuh) said:
"Whosoever says at nightfall, Audhu bi kalimatillahit-taammati min sharri ma khalaq,
no harm shall affect him. And in another hadith a man came to the Prophet (pbuh)
and said:"What an affliction I received from a scorpion last night!" The Prophet (pbuh)
replied: "If you had said, when night fell, Audhu bi kalimatillahit-taammati min
sharri ma khalaq, it would not have harmed you." Also recited in Wird al-Latif
of Imam al-haddad

[Note 15]
Wa la hawla wa la quwwata illa billahil 'aliyyil 'adheem. And there is no Power and no
Might except with Allah, the Exalted, the Glorious

Wa la hawla wa la quwwata is a Remedy For Sorrow
It is also reported that ‘La hawla wala quwwata illa billah is a Remedy/Cure for 99
Sicknesses/ailments, the least of which is sorrow.’ See full article about Secrets of
La hawla wa-la quwwata illa bi'Llah by Imam al-haddad

A hadith says that ‘La hawla wala quwwata illa billah' is one of the treasures of the
Garden.’ Understand the indication contained in terming it a ‘treasure‘ and you will
know that its meaning is among the mysteries; for reward is of the same species as
the act. The Prophet s.a.w has also said ‘Two raka’ats in the depths of the night are
one of the treasures of goodness.’ Their reward comprises a hidden treasure because
the time of their occurence, namely the night implies this. Also recited in Wird al-
Latif of Imam al-haddad

http://www.deenislam.co.uk/dua/haddad.htm
http://www.deenislam.co.uk/dua/haddad.htm

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