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For those who know me, you'll know i  use 'Bismillahi Babuna' before i type up links or articles why you may want to know?

Bismillahi Babuna - meanings 'The name of Allah is our Door' its a small section of Imam Shadhili's Hizbul Bahr

Once you read my article below about the extremely powerful meaning of Bismillah you'll get a taste why i use it so much.!

The power is on the Word Bimillah and its secrets please see my article;
......Bismillah is healing from every illness and protection against every disease. Ar-Rahman is a help for everyone who believes in Him. It is a name not used for anyone else. Ar-Rahim is for those who repent, believe and perform righteous actions.

Whoever wants Allah to rescue him from the nineteen Zabaniyya [tormenting angels within the Fire of Hell], should recite, 'In the Name of Allah, the All-Merciful, Most Merciful' so that Allah will make each letter a shield for him against one of them. The basmala contains nineteen letters according to the number of the angels of the Fire who Allah says are also nineteen. See (74:30)

Allah has caused this ayat to be effective as a cure for every sickness, an aid to every kind of healing treatment, a relief from every form of poverty, a shield against the Fire of Hell, and a guarantee of security from degradation, misrepresentation and slanderous accusation, as long as they [His believing servants] keep up the practice of reciting it.

Your 'awra' Nakedness is hidden from Jinns when you say bismillah when you undress or go to the toilet, otherwise they see you nakedness.

On the Day of Resurrection, the members of my Community will be saying: "In the Name of Allah, the All-Merciful, the All-Compassionate [Bismillah-hir-rahman-nir-raheem," and so, when their deeds are placed in the balance, their good deeds will outweigh [their bad deeds].

see full
The Bismillah - 19 letters - also called [ayatul-aman]. verse of Scripture that Guarantees Protection
http://unsfoundation.co.uk/sufiport/index.php?top ic=5.0

More of the Dua,
Bismillahi babuna. Tabaraka hitanuna Ya-Seen saqfuna
In the name of God is our Door, May God bless our Walls, Ya-sin is our Ceiling.


The key words, Door, Walls, Ceiling; this is what makes ones house, there is the Inner house the heart and the Outer the house you live in, (also the 'Dar al Islam' is the House of Surrender)

Just like 5 pillars of islam are called -'Arkan ul Islam'. But what are pillars if there is no walls, or roof. Now if one has a Door it means there must be a foundation, pillars, walls and a roof/Ceiling. otherwise a Door cannot stand.!

'Tabaraka' hitanuna' is found 'Chapter 67 of the Quran' is our walls.
'Ya Seen saqfuna' is found in 'Chapter 36 of the Quran' is our roof.

As for one of its Sufic application and usage:
One of the Sufic powers of just 'Bismillahi Babuna'-Barakah of the Door. If 'Bismillahi Babuna' is written on a stone or a metal or a paper and pasted on the door of the house, will create barakah for the house and keep the evils off the house.




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Dua for protection Hizbul Bahr litany of sea - intro + recitation
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Hizbul Bahr (litany of sea) explanation by Shaykh Nooruddin
Hizbul Bahr (litany of sea) explanation by shaykh nooruddin Small | Large



Reading of the Hizb ul-Bahr   1 of 3 By Shaykh Muhammad Ya'qoubi
Hizb ul-Bahr 1/3 حِزب البحر الشيخ محمد أبو الهدى اليعقوبي



Reading of the Hizb ul-Bahr  2 of 3 By Shaykh Muhammad Ya'qoubi
Hizb ul-Bahr 2/3 حِزب البحر الشيخ محمد أبو الهدى اليعقوبي



Reading of the Hizb ul-Bahr 3 of 3 By Shaykh Muhammad Ya'qoubi – 7 Ha-Meems
Hizb ul-Bahr 3/3 حِزب البحر الشيخ محمد أبو الهدى اليعقوبي


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Reading Hizb al Bahr with hand movements and blowing some commentary

In Total there are 8 hand movements and blowing.


please see videos below and arabic text links which im just about to add about the Movements and Blowing

when reading the words 'Shahatil wujuhi'-' May the faces be disfigured'. You hit or slap your left hand on the floor.
It says in the sirah that these were the words Used by the Holy Prophet (saw) when his house seiged and he wanted to exited
his house and said these words and made hand movements to the Enemy, they all fell asleep and Sayyiduna Ali came into the house and slept in the bed of the Holy Prophet (saw).

Reciting 'Ha Mim' 7 times. -Also Shaykh Muhammad's short clip about the 7 Ha Mims too
This is done blowing Ha Mim to your Left, Right blowing Ha Mim back, front, blowing Ha Mim up, down and 7th blowing Ha Mim across your chest.
These are the 6 ways the devil and jinns can attack you or enter you and the 7th is your Sadr-Chest referring to ones heart.


The reading Hizbul Bahr with hand movements and blowing is what i was taught by my old Sufi master many years ago. The Hizbul  Bahr as one can read from the points mentioned above is thus a multi application Wird of Protection,( it can even help Barren women) that can Help for Deen or Dunya problems as it contains even the 'Ism al-Azim-Allahs Greatest Hidden Name by which no dua is turned away.  More to be  added inshallah

There a few ways of reading the Hizb al Bahr and to some of the lines as Ta-weez

(Ta’weez –Special  Protection  or to fulfil a need)
1. In a group
2. by yourself
3. by yourself for the intention of wanting a result - (this is done with hand movements and blowing)
4. reading specific lines a protective Wazeefa Amal-Action


Reading the specific lines for protective Wazeefa Amal-Action
There are about 10 or more lines, From Rizq, Love, enemies, Sihr, Safety, Barren Women and much more. Just to mention one.
Give us sustenance, for You are the best of providers.- Hizb al Bahr
War zuqna fa-innaka khayr-ruraa ziqeen

this line is to increase ones Rizq and read several hundred times






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Some notes on the Points:

Secret Protection

(..We ask Your protection, in movements and rests, in words and desires and thoughts; from doubts and imaginings, and the illusions that veil hearts from
beholding things unseen..- Hizb al Bahr)

Secret of Riqz

(Give us sustenance, for You are the best of providers. Hizb al Bahr )

See Point .3  above


Point .4 Shaykh Ahmed Zarruq says;
"As for the bringing about effects with this invocation, it is commensurate(degree) with one’s aim and aspiration that one has command of it to draw or repel, intending what is desired when one says 'And subject to us the this sea"

Point .4 is about the effectiveness and the result of reading the Hizbul Bahr, meaning the Amount or Degree of one’s Niyyah-intention and Himmah-yearning put into the reading, this is also the amount Sidq-sincerity or Earnest put into it. Earnest -means Seriousness, fixed determination, importance, eagerness; intentness. So one needs to read it with Earnestness to receive its secrets and this is true with any Dua or Wird or Awrad, it’s not just the words on the tongue its whose Heart is saying there words and what is the degree of Need of Help from Allah they are hoping for and is it being done with Sidq-sincerity, and one needs to put or pay attention-tawajjuh in their heart and turn their heart towards Allah through the grace of their Shaykh at the point when one reads 'wa sakh-khir lana ha-dhal bahr' meaning and 'subject to us this sea'.





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The Secret  power of Hizbul Bahr 6 points

Bismillahi Babuna

It’s said The first line of the Hizbul Bahr will be bring 1,000 army of Angels to your right side and a 1,000 army of Jinns to your left side.
It is related from Shaykh abul Hasan al-Shadhili;

Point 1. That the Hizb al Bahr contains the Greatest Name of Allah ( 'Ism 'Azim) and that it was never recited in any place except that there was security there.

Point 2.  It is related from Ibn 'Ayyasd that;

 "whoever recites it every day at Sunrise, Allah hears his prayer, relives his distress, raises his standing among people, expands his breast with Knowledge of the divine Oneness, facilitates his concerns, lifts his hardship, keeps from him the evil of man and Jinn and protects him from harm and mishaps of the night and day".

Point 3. He also said;
"whoever recites it after every prayer, Allah enriches him from needying any of His creatures, protects him from the events ofhis time and facilitates from him the means of eternal happiness in his every movement and rest".

Point 4. Shaykh Ahmed Zarruq says;
"As for the bringing about effects with this invocation, it is commensurate with ones's aim and aspiration that one has command of it to draw or repel, intending what is desired when one says 'And subject to us the this sea"

Point 5. My Master Ibn 'Ata'illah says;
It is a daily Wird-litany after the Mid-afternoon prayer (salah al 'Asr); thus did Shaykh Abul 'Abbas Al-Mursi arrange it.

Point 6. Shaykh abul Hasan al-Shadili says;
'whoever reads our Hizbu is with us (this is general Ijaza)'Kitab Mafakhir Aliyah Fiy Maathir Shadhiliyah



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Hizb Al-Bahr in - Transliteration


Audhubillahiminash-shaytanir rajeem.
Bismillahir rahmanir raheem.

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.

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.

Faqadib tuliyal mu'minoona wa zulzilu zilzalan shadeeda.

Wa idh "yaqulul munafiquna wal-ladheena fi qulubihim maradun ma
wa'adanallahu wa rasuluhu illa ghurura."

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. 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.

Kaf ha ya 'ain sad.
Kaf ha ya 'ain sad.
Kaf ha ya 'ain sad."

Unsurna fi-innaka khayrun-nasireen.
Waf-tah lana fi-innaka khayrul fatiheen.
Wagh-fir lana fi-innaka khayrul ghafireen.
War-hamna fi-innaka khayrur-rahimeen.
War-zuqna fi-innaka khayrur-raziqeen.
Wahdina wanajjina minal qawmidh-dhalimeen.

Wa hab lana reehan tayyibatan kama hiya fi 'ilmik.
Wan-shurha 'alayna min khazaaini rahmatik.
Wahmilna biha hamlal karamati ma'assalamati wal 'afiyati fid-deeni wad-dunya
wal akhira. Innaka 'ala kulli shayin qadeer.

Allahumma yassir lana umurana ma'arrahati li qulubina wa abdanina
was-salamati wal 'afiyati fi dunyana wa deenina. Wa kul-lana sahiban fi
safarina wa khaleefatan fi ahlina. Wat-mis 'ala wujuhi a'daaina. Wam-sakh
hum 'ala makanatihim fala yasta-ti'unal mudiyya walal majiyya ilayna.

"Wa law nashaa-u latamasna 'ala a'yunihim fas-tabaqus-sirata fa-anna
yubsiroon. Wa law nashaa-u lamasakh nahum 'ala makanatihim famas-tata'u
mudiyyaw-wa la yarji'oon."

"Ya seen. Wal Qur'aanil hakeem. Innaka laminal mursaleen. 'Ala
siratim-mustaqeem. Tanzeelal 'azeezir-raheem. Li tunzira qawmam-ma undhira
aabaa-uhum fahum ghafiloon. Laqad haqqal qawlu 'ala ak-tharihim fahum la
yu'minoon. Inna ja'alna fi a'naqihim aghlalan fa hiya ilal adhqani fahum
muqmahoon. Wa ja'alna mim-bayni aydihim saddaw-wa min khalfihim saddan
fa-agh shaynahum fahum la yubsiroon."

Shaahatil wujooh.
Shaahatil wujooh.
Shaahatil wujooh.

"Wa 'anatil wujoohu lil hayyil qayyumi wa qad khaba man hamaladhulma."

"Ta seen. Ha meem. 'Ain seen qaaf."

"Marajal bahrayni yaltaqiyaan. Baynahuma barzakhul-la yabghiyan."

"Ha meem. Ha meem. Ha meem. Ha meem. Ha meem. Ha meem. Ha meem."

Hummal amru wa ja-an-nasru fa'alayna la yunsaroon.

"Ha meem. Tanzeelul kitabi minallahil 'azeezil 'aleem. Ghafiridh-dhambi wa
qabilit-tawbi shadeedil 'iqabi dhit-tawli la ilaha illa huwa ilayhil
maseer."

Bismillahi, baabuna. Tabaraka, hitanuna. Ya seen, saqfuna.
Kaf ha ya 'ain sad, kifayatuna. Ha meem 'ain seen qaaf, himayatuna.

"Fasayakfikahumullahu wa huwas-sami'ul 'aleem.
Fasayakfikahumullahu wa huwas-sami'ul 'aleem.
Fasayakfikahumullahu wa huwas-sami'ul 'aleem."

Sitrul 'arshi masbulun 'alayna, wa 'ainullahi nadhiratun ilayna, bi
hawlillahi la yuqdaru 'alayna. Wallahu miw-waraaihim muheet. Bal huwa
Qura'anum-majeed. Fi lawhim-mahfoodh.

"Fallahu khayrun hafidhaw-wa huwa arhamur-rahimeen.
Fallahu khayrun hafidhaw-wa huwa arhamur-rahimeen.
Fallahu khayrun hafidhaw-wa huwa arhamur-rahimeen."

"Inna waliy-yiyallahul-ladhee nazzalal kitaba wa huwa yatawallas-saliheen."

"Inna waliy-yiyallahul-ladhee nazzalal kitaba wa huwa yatawallas-saliheen."

"Inna waliy-yiyallahul-ladhee nazzalal kitaba wa huwayatawallas-saliheen."

"Hasbiyallahu la ilaha illa huwa 'alayhi tawakkaltu wa huwa rabbul 'arshil
'adheem

Hasbiyallahu la ilaha illa huwa 'alayhi tawakkaltu wa huwa rabbul 'arshil
'adheem."

"Hasbiyallahu la ilaha illa huwa 'alayhi tawakkaltu wa huwa rabbul 'arshil
'adheem."

Bismillahil ladhee la yadurru ma'asmihi shayun fil ardi wa la fis-samaa-i wa
huwas-sami'ul 'aleem.

Bismillahil ladhee la yadurru ma'asmihi shayun fil ardi wa la fis-samaa-i wa
huwas-sami'ul 'aleem.

Bismillahil ladhee la yadurru ma'asmihi shayun fil ardi wa la fis-samaa-i wa
huwas-sami'ul 'aleem.

Audhu bi kalimatillahit-taammati min sharri ma khalaq.
Audhu bi kalimatillahit-taammati min sharri ma khalaq.
Audhu bi kalimatillahit-taammati min sharri ma khalaq.

Wa la hawla wa la quwwata illa billahil 'aliyyil 'adheem.
Wa la hawla wa la quwwata illa billahil 'aliyyil 'adheem.
Wa la hawla wa la quwwata illa billahil 'aliyyil 'adheem.

Wa sallallahu 'ala sayyidina Muhammadiw-wa 'ala aalihi wa sahbihi wa sallim.




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Hizb ul Bahr - Litany of the Sea in English

In the name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate. Blessings of God and peace be upon our master Muhammad and his family. O God,
O Exalted One, O Gentle One,

O AII-Knowing One,
Thou art my Lord, and Thy knowledge is sufficient for me. What an excellent Iord is my Lord! What a wonderful sufficiency is my sufficiency!
Thou plea to Thee is for protection, in movements and moments of rest, in words, desires, and passing thoughts, from doubts, suppositions and fancies-veilings, they, over hearts, occluding sight of the unseen.
The faithful were tried; They were severely shaken.
Then the hypocrites would say, with those of disease-ridden hearts, "God and His Messenger promised us only delusion. (Q. 33:11-12)

Even so, make us firm, aid US, and subject to us this sea, as Thou did subject the sea to Moses, and the fire to Ibrahim, and the mountains and iron to David, and the wind, the Satans, and the jinn to Solomon.

Put in subjection to us every sea of thine in earth and heaven, in this domain and the celestial, the sea of this world and the sea of the next. Render subservient to us every thing, "0 Thou, whose hand holds sovereignty over every thing" (Q. 23:88).

Kaf ha' ya' 'ayn sad
Kaf ha' ya' 'ayn sad
Kaf ha' ya' 'ayn sad

Help us, for Thou art the best of helpers.
Open to us the hand of mercy, for Thou art the best of openers. Pardon us, for Thou art the best of pardoners.

Be compassionate toward us, for Thou art the best of those who show compassion.

Sustain us, for Thou art the best of sustainers. Guide us and rescue us from the unjust people.

Send us a gentle breeze, as Thou dost know how to do, and let it blow on us from the storehouses of Thy mercy. Let it bear us along as it by miraculous intervention, with security and well-being, in religion, worldly affairs, and the hereafter.

Thou art powerful over all things. God, facilitate for us our affairs, with ease of mind and body, with security and well-being in religious and worldly matters. Be a companion for us on our journey, and a substitute for our households.

Blot out the countenances of our enemies, and transform them where they stand, disabling them from leaving or coming to US. If We willed, We would blot out their eyes. Yet, they would race forward to the path. But how would they see? If We willed, We should transform them where they stand. Thus, they would be unable to leave or return (Q 36:66-67).


Ya' sin! By the Wise Qur' an! Surely thou art one of those sent on a straight path! A revelation sent down by the Mighty, the Merciful, that thou mightest warn a people whose fathers had not been warned. Yet, they do not take heed.

The declaration has been confirmed against the greater part of them. Yet they do not believe. We have circled their necks with chains up to the chin, but they hold their heads high. Before them have We placed a barrier, and behind them a barrier, and We have obscured their vision; so they see not (Q 36:1-8).

May their faces be deformed!
May their faces be deformed!
May their faces be deformed!

Let their faces be submissive before the Living, the Self-Subsistent, For he who is laden with wrong has already met frustration. Ta' sin, ha' mim, 'ayn sin qaf. (Q 27:1)

He has released the two seas that meet; Yet between them is a barrier [barzakh] that they do not overpass. ...(Q 55:19-20)

Ha' mim, ha' mim, ha' mim, ha' mim, ha' mim, ha' mim, ha' mim! (Q 40:1)

The affair has been decreed. The triumph has come. Over us they shall not triumph. Ha' mim!

[It is] the sending down of the Scripture from God, The Mighty, the AII-Knowing, Forgiver of sin,

Receiver of penitence, Severe in punishing, Forbearing.
No god is there except Him.
To Him is the returning. (Q 40:1-3)

In the name of God (bismillah) is our door. May [God] bless our walls.  Ya' sin (Q 36:1) is our ceiling.

Kaf ha' ya' 'ayn sad (Q 19:1) is our sufficiency. Ha' mim 'ayn sin qaf (Q 42:1) is our shelter.

So God is sufficient for thee against them, for He hears all, knows all.
[Repeat this thrice]

The veil of the throne has been dropped over us, and the eye of God is gazing at us. God is behind them, round about. Indeed, it is a glorious recital [Qur'an], inscribed on a guarded tablet [lawh mahfuz] (Q. 85:20-21). [Repeat this thrice]

My Protector is God, Who revealed the Book (from time to time), and He will choose and befriend the righteous. (Q. 7:196) [Repeat this thrice]

My sufficiency is God. No god is there except Him. In Him have I put my trust, For He is Lord of the majestic throne (Q. 9:129). [Repeat this thrice]

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. [Repeat this thrice]

There is no force and no power except with God, the High, the Mighty.



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The Mystical Teachings of al-Shadhili

from Ibn al-Sabbagh's Durrat al-Asrar wa Tufat al-Abarar
translation by Elmer H. Douglas

Hizb ul Bahr - Litany of the Sea

 " ....The Shaykh said Guard it;' he said to me, "for it contains the greatest name of God:'-meaning  Ism-azam or the  Sirr-Secret which every dua is accepted

The worthy Shaykh Abu al-'Aza'im Madi ibn Sultan related to me in the city ofTunis, may God the Exalted watch over it, as did also the worthy and blessed Shaykh Sharaf al-Din, son of the Shaykh (al-Shadhili) in the city of Damanhur al-Wahsh of Egypt in the year A.H. 715 that shaykh was on the point of setting out from Cairo to perform the pilgrimage to Mecca a short time after the departure of the pilgrims.

He said, ''I have been divinely ordered to go on pilgrimage this year. So find for us a Nile vessel in which to make the journey by way of Upper Egypt:' They looked about for a vessel, but found only one belonging to Christians on which was an elderly Christian man with his sons.

He said, "Let us get on board:' We entered the vessel and set sail from Cairo and traveled for two or three days. Then the wind shifted so that we were sailing into it. So we tied up to the bank of the Nile at an uninhabited spot. We remained there about a week within sight of the hills of Cairo.

One of the pilgrims accompanying us asked, "How is it that the Shaykh says that he was ordered to perform the pilgrimage this year when the time for it has passed? And how long will this journey take? , In the middle of the day the shaykh slept and awoke, and then offered this prayer [known as Litany of the Sea]. "Where is the captain of the vessel?" he inquired.

"Yes" he answered, "here I am:'
"What is your name?" the shaykh asked. "Mismar:'
"O blessed Mismar, unfurl the sail:' the shaykh ordered.
"O my master:' the captain objected, "[lf I do that], we shall come again to Cairo by sailing before the wind:'
"We shall again become travelers:' the shaykh replied, "if God wills:'

Again the captain objected, "This wind will drive us back to Cairo before the end of this day, and, furthermore, with the wind as it is, to get the ship under sail will be absolutely impossible:'

"Unfurl the sail;' the shaykh ordered him, "with the blessing of God:' So we unfurled the sail, and God [He is exalted] commanded the wind so that it shifted and filled the sail [so quickly that they] were unable to cast off the rope from the stake. They cut it and we departed under a gentle breeze. The captain converted to Islam, both he and his brother.

Their father did not cease to lament and say, "I have lost my two sons on,
this journey:' "On the contrary;' the shaykh said to him, "you have gained them:'
That night the Christian had a vision in which the day of resurrection, as it were, had come, and he was beholding the Garden and the fire. He witnessed the shaykh (al-Shadhili) conducting to the Garden a large crowd of people. Among them were the Christian's sons. He wanted to follow them, but he was prevented. He was told, "You are not of them until you enter their religion:'

The Christian related that to the shaykh, and he [the Christian] converted to Islam. Then the shaykh told him, "The people whom you saw with me are my companions to the day of resurrection."

We continued our journey easily and successfully with incidents the telling of which would consume a long time. They finished the pilgrimage that year.
My master, Madi, related, according to a report from the shaykh, The Christian became one of the great saints of God. Consequently, he sold his vessel and performed the pilgrimage with us, along with his sons. He had a zawiya (worship place) in Upper Egypt and was one of those who were endowed with charismatic powers. This blessed journey was an occasion for the manifestation of such a power. May God have mercy on him and be pleased with him.

The shaykh said,
By God, I did not utter it [the Litany of the Sea] except as it came from the Prophet of God, from whose instruction I learned it. "Guard it;' he said to me, "for it contains the 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.

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