Sufi Guidance recommends wazaif, a method of prayer and recitation, that may be completed to help alleviate problems. We have previously recommended wazifas for the following problems. Please note all health issues must be discussed with your doctor and any legal issues should be reffered to a registered professional.

  • Livelihood

    • Financial Success
    • Job Security
    • Success in Exams
    • Visas
    • Buying a Home
  • Spiritual Healing

    • Removal of Evil Eye
    • Punctuality in Salaah
    • Wazaif to See the Unseen
    • Black Magic Cure
    • Rukiyah Cure
  • Health and Well being

    • Safe Pregnancy
    • Child Protection Amulets
    • Fertility
    • Aches and Pains
  • Relationships

    • Marriage and Nikkah
    • Harmony with relatives
    • Leaving harmful relationships

Islamic Sufi Wazaif

Please refer to the Islamic Sufi Wazaif Facebook group rules for further information. Post your question including details of any wazaif that you may be currently reading and for what purposes that you are reading this for. Please allow 72 hours for a group moderator to respond to you. You may also find the schedule and telephone numbers for wazaif checkers on the Islamic Sufi Wazaif Facebook group. Further advice may be obtained from Shah Saab on the Sufi Guidance Channel.

Wazaif Rules

To complete a wazaif, the rules listed below must be adhered to strictly. Please visit the frequently asked questions page for further information. These instructions may appear very precise however we have shared this information to help you achieve the full effectiveness from your reading. These rules also exist to prevent clashes that may occur when reciting an unsolicited combination of surahs and tasbeehs, which may harm your spiritual well being or even disrupt the task that you are reading the wazaif for. Completing a wazaif requires patience, discipline and commitment and this form of prayer does not replace your normal salaah or namaaz. We also advise against sharing what you are reading in your wazaif, or the reasons that you are reading this with anyone. This also includes family members or friends as revealing details of the contents of your wazaif may result in the wazaif losing its power. Any old hand written taweezes should be discarded appropriately by soaking the ink in water. If you have made any mannats, please complete these before starting a Sufi Guidance wazifa.



1. Aap Quran Shareef parh sakte hain, shuru se akhir tak parhain sequence main aur mukammal
2. Aap Tasbeeh Fatima parh sakte hain nazmaaz kay baad
3. Sirf Sufi Guidance ka diya wa wazaif parhain
4. Wazaif wuzu kay saat janamaz pay behat kar parhain
5. Sirf tasbeeh par wazaif parhain, kisi electronic device ya counter pai nahi
6. Tasbeeh agar aap leray hai to yeh lakri say bani wi ho aur 500 ya 1000 ki ginti ho
7. Koshish karay apne parhai ko baqaidagi sai mukammal karen jis waqt par aap ko koi parayshaan nahi karsakay
8. Wazifa daily parhna hai din mai kisi be time, asr ya maghrib kai ilawa
9. Wazifa Tuesday kay ilawa kisi be din start ker saktay hain, Thursday ka din behtar hota hain naya wazaif shuru karna
10. Agar aap ko Yaseen Wird-e-Mubeen parnay ko diya hain aap isko kitaab ya printed copy sai parhain, computer screen say nahi parhain
11. Agar aap ka lamba safar aara hai to aap do din ka wazaif nikalnay say pehle parhain
12. Ghar aur gaari say puranay naqsh, taweez ya suratay ko hitaday

1. You may read the Quran from start to end at a pace that suits you
2. You may recite Tasbeeh Fatima after Namaaz
3. Only recite the wazifa provided by Sufi Guidance
4. Perform your wazifa with wudu on a prayer mat in a clean area
5. Perform your wazifa using a tasbeeh and not on a electronic counter
6. It is advisable to use a tasbeeh made out of a natural material such as wood and have 500 or 1000 prayer beads
7. Complete your wazifa at a regular time of the day that you are unlikely to be interrupted
8. Avoid starting your wazifa at Maghrib or Asr time
9. It is recommended to start a new wazifa on a Thursday and avoid starting a new one on Tuesdays
10. If you have been asked to recite Yaseen Wird-e-Mubeen read this from a printed copy and not from a mobile or laptop screen
11. If you are planning a long journey and are likely to miss your wazifa complete two days of wazaif before setting off
12. Remove all old taweez and naqsh that have not been provided by Sufi Guidance from your property and vehicles



1. Dusra koi be wazaif, ayat ya dua band kar dain
2. Kisi se be, chahe wo ghar ka ho ya koi aur, apne wazaif ka zikar na karain
3. Wazaif keh darmiyan mobile ya computer ka istemal na karain
4. Wazaif keh beech mai apni jaga say uthna nahi hain na baat karni hain
5. Aurat napaaki ki halat me na parhain, paak hone ke baad shuru karein aur paaki ke dino ko hi ginnay
6. Wazaif bistar pe nahi parsaktay hai aap, ye parhai jaanamaz pey behat kay hoti hain

1. Stop reciting any other wazaif, random surahs from the Quran and any Arabic duas
2. Do not share what you are reciting in the given wazaif or reasons for reading with others including family members 
3. Whilst completing your wazaif do not use any type of electronic devices including phones and laptops
4. Do not speak or move away from your prayer mat from whilst in the middle of your wazaif
5. Females must not complete any wazaif whilst on their period and should continue the wazifa once they are in a paak state
6. Females should count the number of the days they have actually recited the wazaif and exclude the days that are missed
7. Do not complete your wazaif whilst sat on your bed, this must be read on a prayer mat or jaanamaz facing the direction of the Qibla

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The information or advice provided by Sufi Guidance should never be used instead of or replace professional advice. Medical advice should always be sought from your doctor or general practitioner. Legal & financial issues should always be referred to a registered professional. Sufi Guidance cannot accept any liability for any circumstances that may result. Sufi Guidance will not provide services or advice to children aged under 16, unless explicit consent is obtained from their parents or guardian.