He puts his right hand on the position of pain and reads the Shar’i Ruqyah from the Qur’an and Sunnah as we said, and he can repeat it as he pleases.
The Shar’i Ruqyah is read from the Qur’an and Sunnah on olive oil and painted by the one who was envied or blinded.
You read the Shar’i Ruqyah from the book and the Sunnah on the water and drink it and bathe in it.
How to do legal ruqyah
Treatment of ruqyah and supplications can be done in certain ways and methods, most notably:
1- Putting the right hand on the affected place or the site of pain and reciting the correct verses and supplications. Imam Al-Bukhari narrated on the authority of Aisha – may God be pleased with her – that the Prophet – may God bless him and grant him peace – used to seek refuge in some of his family, so he wiped his right hand and said: (Oh God, the Lord of the people) Go the bass, heal it and you are the healer, there is no cure but your recovery, a cure that does not leave a shed).
2- Putting the hand on the site of pain, calling it God, and asking for healing from it. Uthman bin Abi Al-Aas complained of pain in his body to the Prophet – may blessings and peace be upon him – so the Prophet said to him: (Put your hand on the one who suffered from your body, say the name of God three times. Sometimes I seek refuge in God and his power from the evil that I find and beware).
3- Wiping and blowing in ruqyah. It is desirable for the rak’i to blow. It is intended to blow with a small saliva, and ruqyah is permissible without puffing it. It was narrated on the authority of Abdullah bin Abbas – may God be pleased with them – that the Prophet used to promote al-Hasan and Husayn, saying: It is better for the ruqyah to be with the puffs; Following the example of what was often mentioned in the act of the Prophet – may God bless him and grant him peace -, it was narrated on the authority of the Mother of the Believers, Aisha, may God be pleased with her, that she said: (The Prophet, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, used to recite to himself with the seeking refuge.