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Healing Stones

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Healing Stones

Nature has given us thousands of stones. Some of these stones are wearable and some are not so valuable. Almighty Allah has mentioned some verses in Surah Rehman,

“Out of them both come out Pearl and Coral” [55:22]

Further more Almighty narrates in the same Surah,

“ (In Beauty) they are like Rubies and Coral” [55:58].

In next Surah Waqi’ah,

“Like unto preserved pearl” [56:23].

Stones have a vital role in human life. Where as wearing rings is also one of the oldest followed traditions. Did any one know that the first man on the phase of the earth, Hazrat Adam sallal laahu alaihi wasallam, also used to wore a ring of Cornelian?

Our Holy Prophet Mohammad sallal laahu alaihi wasallam and His companions have also worn stones and they have given many benefits of these stones. At many instances, Hazrat Jibrael-e-Ameen have presented several stones in the honor of Prophet Mohammad sallal laahu alaihi wasallam, which he brought from heaven.

Once Hazrat Jibrael-e-Ammen (Gabriel) came in the honor of the Holy prophet Mohammad sallal laahu alaihi wasallam, presenting Him a ring of red Cornelian and asked Him to wear it and so was the order to His Ummah (Followers). Since then wearing a ring of Cornelian is Sunnah of our Holy Prophet sallal laahu alaihi wasallam Even Saints have worn this stone.

This means that stones have a credential value. Of course, have you ever heard of Hajar-e-Aswad (the black stone)? When a Muslim decides to go for pilgrimage in Mecca to perform Haj or Ummrah, he shall start from a point where the Hajr-e-Aswad (the black stone) is located and he starts his Haj or Ummrah by giving a Bosa (kiss) to the Hajr-e-Aswad. A stone is blessed with such a prestige that every Muslim is keen to give Hajar-e-Aswad a Bosa (kiss). It has so much power that it washes out all sins Be’iznil’Allah (by the order of Almighty Allah). But there is a question now, from where did the Hajr-e-Aswad come from?

When the constructing the Holy Kaba commenced on the order of Almighty Allah, Hazrat Ibrahim along with his son Hazrat Ismail were constructing it.  During the construction a Wahe (a message from Almighty Allah) was sent to Hazrat Ibrahim through the angel Hazrat Jibraeel (Gabriel) which was,

“To place the Hajr-e-Aswad in one of the corner of the Holy Kaba”. As per the command of Almighty Allah it was placed. After thousand years still it is present in the Holy Kaba. But where did the Hajr-e-Aswad came from? It was mentioned in the Wahe that, “we have chosen this stone out the stones in heaven”. So this means that the Hajr-e-Aswad is a stone which belongs to the stones of heaven. Up till this day this precious stone is present in the Holy kaba.

This was the brief history regarding the Hajr-e-Aswad, now we move to talk about the precious stones. There are many stone for which people are willing to pay millions and billions for their extra ordinary beauty and …

But the question is, is that stone appropriate for that man. There is an endless lust of knowledge, a man will die off acquiring knowledge but the knowledge will still remain waiting to be unveiled by some other. During this journey I have acquired a certain study of the role of stones in the human life. I will brief regarding the stones accordingly.
There are many metals available today like gold, white gold, platinum, titanium, steel, silver, stainless steel and many more, but which metal is best to wear a stone with? Yes silver for male. In the light of a Hadith, His Highness the Holy Prophet Mohammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) said,

“wearing silver is Jaiz (allowed) in Islam, gold Is proclaimed as Haram (forbidden) on man (male) in Islam”

Another hadith of His Highness the Holy Prophet Mohammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) said,

“To wear a silver ring is Jaiz in Islam for men, gold is not”.

So according to these hadith it is proved that sliver is the best metal for men to wear a ring of. On the other hand women are allowed to wear gold in Islam. Scientific research has proven now that gold absorbs many diseases of a woman and helps them regain the loss of their blood in menstrual cycle, which our Holy Prophet Mohammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) have said nearly 1425 years ago. 
Stones are given value in every religion. It has been so for thousand of years, some people even worship stones. That’s odd! One of the most famous stone today is a Diamond. It has a unique elegance and hardest natural substance or stone found in nature. It is the purest form of carbon, found mostly in Africa, Brazil, India and many other parts of the world.

Some stones are very valuable as compared to others like diamond, ruby, pearl, emerald, Zircon, Cats eye, Topaz, Sapphire, Beryl, Kidney stone, Sun stone, Moon stone, Aquamarine, Crystal, Alexandrite, Sunehla, Smokey, Golden Topaz, Amethyst, Flint, Botswana agate, Cornelian, Turquoise, Jasper etc are valuable stones. There is a secret in these stones, a hidden treasure and power to cure physical and metaphysical diseases. People love to wear them and they are unaware of the consequences because some stones suit people and some don’t. If they suit some one, they are beneficial and blessing but if they don’t they can harm you in many ways which you can’t imagine of. Each stone has a unique function and role in your daily life.

Now if you have the desire to wear a diamond, sapphire or any other stone, how would you find out weather it suits you or not.  This has a deep connection with your name not the months. To get consultation regarding stones contact us.

NOTE: If healing help is requested, please understand that all those associated with this page strongly believe and advocate that regular medical help and advice from the subject's doctor (s) should continue to be sought and followed. Further please read General Agreement.

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