The Secrets of Allah’s Name-Ya Salaamu
Bismillah Babuna by Muhammad Sajad Ali -webmaster of deenislam.co.uk
The name-Ya Salaamu
From the 99 names of Allah the Name As-salaam
As-Salam- The Peace, The Tranquillity, The Source of Wholeness and Well-Being The Source of Peace.
He who frees His servants from all danger
He greets His fortunate servants in Paradise. The Flawless, The Source of Wholeness and Well-Being, The One who is free from every imperfection.
The Giver Of Peace Or One Who is Immune From All Distress The One who is free from every imperfection.
(Read Ya Salaamu 125,000 times to cure incurable diseases like Cancer or any other sickness)
The secret of reciting any of the Names of Allah is 1st recite 11 time any salawat(durood shareef) then the Name in this example Ya Salaamu and finally finish as you started with 11 time salawat(durood shareef)
YA SALAMU: O Source of Peace! If this is repeated 125,000 times over someone who is ill, it will help the patient to recover. Anyone who recites this Ism continuously.
Allah will protect him from all calamities and maladies.
If said 115 times and blown on a sick person. Insha-Allah will restore his health.
If any person reads this name as much as he can he will always be prevented from all mishappenings and if a person reads this name 115 times and prays for an unhealthy person that person will get good health.
YA SALAMU: O Source of Peace The One who is perfect, whole, prosperous and content.
The One who is the source of all peace, wholeness and safety.
The One who has rendered all of creation to be perfect, whole, prosperous and content. The One whose creation is free of imperfections, free of faults and free of error.
From the root s-l-m which has the following classical Arabic connotations: to be peaceful, quiet, tranquil, content, friendly, reconciled to be free from imperfections, free from faults, complete, whole, sound to be safe, secure, well, healthy, prosperous.
This name is used in the Qur’ân. For example, see 59:23
This ancient Semitic root of s-l-m implies every manner of wholeness, completeness and prosperity. Many seek peace by struggling, battling and trying to impose their will on others, yet external peace will only prevail as a reflection of inner peace.
The only path to outer peace is awareness of the tranquil depths of inner peace, and the only source of such inner peace is the One known as as-Salaam.
According to Râghib the word Islam, which arises form this same s-l-m root, means to enter into salm… which means to enter into peace, or to enter into wholeness. That is, the word Islam means to be at peace with or reconciled with the ways and decrees of Allah, and is often described as self-resignation, surrender or submission to the will of Allah
The meaning of the Word S-L-M
SLM is also the root for the words salim, which means;’safe,’ saleem, ‘perfection,’ sallama, ‘salvation,’salama, ‘blameless’ and salaam, ‘well being.
‘Using all of these words gives an expanded meaning to the word Islam: ‘when one surrenders to the will of Allah, as revealed by His Prophet (saw), one will find salvation, perfection, safety and well being.
‘The word salaam is often translated as ‘peace’ but this is only one of several meanings. Its primary meaning is actually ‘well being’.
It can also mean health, soundness, wholeness, safety and serenity. A common Arabic greeting is as-sallam alaykum, which is usually translated as ‘peace be upon you,’ but its extended meaning is’may well being, wholeness and tranquility be upon you-(all)’. (the ending Kum is a plural because when you greet a Muslim even if its one person you give him/her salaam and their two angels salaam too on their shoulders, thus Kum is a Plural ending and from this one can clearly see our Deen-‘way of life’ acknowledges the Unseen-Ghayb. Because the Angels are from the world of the Unseen-Ghayb and by acknowledging them in our salaam we need to realise our Deen-‘way of life’ is deeply rooted in the Unseen-Ghayb.
Why give something greetings if you cant see it, whats the point?.
The point is some (few) people can see the angels but most of us just cant because our inner eye of the heart-Baseerah (the baseerah is mentioned in the Quran too) is veiled. But how many of us ponder on the words we say each day giving the unseen salaam.) and The guiding principle in worshipping God was measured on one’s purity of heart as the Qur’an says “Qalbun Salim” (soundness of heart)