Nobody can help you with this. If you are young, then your parents or elders have say over what you can and cannot do. You may have to wait until you get your own place, or find somewhere else to practice magick. You do not have to follow religion to practice magick. If your religious beliefs are getting in the way of you practicing magick, then don't practice magick. And yes, I said the word "magick" quite a lot lol ~
By: Lark Moderator / Knowledgeable Aug 21, 2016
Post # 5
As I said in my discussion with you about this in e-mail, no one can answer this question for you. Nor should they do so. Your Imam has told you that according to Islam the practice of magic is a sin against Allah and will mean you go to Hell. If you trust and believe your Imam then you probably should not be practicing magic.
But that is truly between yourself and Allah. No one on some message board can tell you what is right or wrong for you. That's something that only you can decide.
Where do you live? Some countries will imprison or execute you for this. If you are in a safe place there are small things you can do. I assume you know that there are du'a and surah for specific problems? I know some du'a and surah can be put on paper and soaked in water and you can cook with or drink the water. You can also say them and blow in the food or drink. I've had hasad on my household and doing this greatly helped, of course with the intention in mind of why I was doing it. I've also heard of people wrapping up prayers in hems of clothing, bedding, or knots, but I don't know the specifics.....and when they do this they put in hours and hours, sometimes months of getting the exact prayers perfect for what they are intended to help. Please don't go gathering prayers and binding them in clothes, it takes time to learn it and no I don't know how. But it's something you can look into IF you are in a safe country.