Hisar means a kind of a halo of protection. In the world of amalyaat this is a very useful barrier of protection in which the amils can peacefully carry on with their amals without any fear of any enemy, whether devil or satan. This is mainly because the hisar is similar to a fortress with high walls and protection around it, to prevent one from the enemy.
When an amil tries to bring certain types of moakkils and jinnat under his control, he takes the help of the hisar. The moakkils and jinnat are quite powerful, but they get overpowered by the hisar. They try to create disturbances during the amal which the amil does to bring them under his control. However, since the amils are in the ring of protection , or hisar, they cannot come near him. Beyond the hisar, they try their level best to distract the amil or make him surrender. They do not wish to lose their freedom because once they come under the control of an amil, they may have to obey him at any cost. They try to scare the amils from far by showing them ghastly visions such as their near and dear ones getting killed etc. However, these are just desperate attempts made by the jinat to avoid getting caught. So they should be ignored and not taken seriously so that the amal completes successfully.
The prayers for doing hisar:
1 Before starting the amal, one should read Surah Al Hamd, Ayatalkursi and the 4 Quls thrice and blow it over a finger. Then an imaginary, complete circle should be drawn around oneself. Care should be taken not to leave any space, so the circle should be drawn in such a way that no space is left for the jinat to enter the hisat to harm the amil.
2 During the amal of haazraat, Ayatalkursi, 4 Quls should be followed by this prayer:
After reading them they should be blown over oneself and read once again to blow it only on one finger to draw a hisar around oneself.
In the amal for moakkils a very strong hisar is required. However, since an amil is totally safe within the hisar, so there is no need to worry. Before starting the amal, this dua should be read thrice and blown on ones finger or a knife and a complete circle should be drawn for protection around oneself. Later on this same dua should be read thice again and blown over oneself to further strengthening of the hisar.
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