Updated: 23 July 2014
What is it?
Pisangtherapy Retreat is an innovative therapy for jinn-related disorders. Pisangtherapy intervention will be applied on the participants during the period. The Pisangtherapy Retreat, introduced in December 2013, will deliver numerous significant advantages compared to ad hoc ruqyah. If you have been spending too many sessions of ad hoc ruqyah without much progress, or have just realised that various internet resources have misled you, or see yourself spiralling down with your self-treatment, then the retreat will Insha'Allah deliver the breakthrough in therapeutic benefit that will help you move forward with your life.
How many times have you felt or being told by the ruqyah reciter that the jinn has left but later on found out that it is still there. Or perhaps you have been told by the ruqyah reciter that you get a relapse because a new sihr has been sent. How can you be sure of the "stories" that nobody can verify? Pisangtherapy Retreat will give you a better understanding of what is going on.
Ad hoc ruqyah involves a lot of unproductive travelling time and a lot of money spent on travelling. These resources (time and money) can be used efficiently by attending the retreat in order to achieve a much higher therapeutic efficacy.
Participants are required to be present throughout the period.
You can also book your own exclusive private Pisangtherapy Retreat (minimum 3 persons)
There are only 3 places per retreat. Please book early to avoid disappointment.
8 July 2014
We are sorry that we will not be able to take any appointments for therapy from 13th August to 2nd September 2014 as we will be busy with Pisangtherapy Retreat and other commitments abroad.
16 April 2014
A delegation comprising of directors and volunteers from PISANG (2 from UK, 5 from Malaysia and 1 from The Netherlands) toured several cities in Sweden, Norway and The Netherlands from 1st to 14th April 2014. At the request of the Muslim community in Gothenburg (Sweden), we conducted 3 days of Quranic Therapy for those who have pre-booked appointments. A talk on Quranic Therapy was also delivered by PISANG's Chairman. The lively session had to be cut short due to time constraint. We were very pleased with the hospitality of the Muslim community over there. The event had opened a new chapter in forging brotherhood between PISANG and the Muslim community in Gothenburg and also in promoting Quranic Therapy in the West. We were also impressed with the attendance that comprise of people from various ethnic background e.g. Somalis, Arabs, North Africans, Pakistanis, Malays and Swedish reverts.
21 Jan 2014
The belief that spirits can possess a person is not something new. It is also believed in various cultures, religious or atheistic. Different cultures have different ways of expelling the spirits from the possessed person. Ancient practices include trephining (drilling a hole in the skull) to release the spirit.
In Islam, the different species of spirits are collectively referred to as jinn in the Arabic language. The terminology "jinn" in Islam has a different concept from the terminology "spirits" as believed in many other cultures. Many would attach the word "evil" to "spirits" but not all jinn are evil. There are also civilised jinn who have their own system of governance and believe in religion.
Although the word "jinn" is used in Islam, it does not mean that jinn have never entered the human body before Islam. Semitic religions before Islam have their own ways of dealing with jinn. The Quran was not revealed then, so it is obvious that they did not use any Quranic verses. One of the methods in Islam that is used for the exorcism is ruqyah. Ruqyah means incantation. With the arrival of Islam, guidelines were put in place forbidding all polytheistic practices including prohibition of having polytheistic contents in incantations. In one instance, from an authentic narration, Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) even approved an incantation from pre-Islamic period (meaning non-Quranic incantation) that did not have any polytheistic content. In other words, Islam defined polytheism as a boundary that must never be crossed.
18 Dec 2013
When it comes to seeking treatment for perceived jinn-related disorder, many studies have found out that Muslims will prefer to resort to religious leaders for advise or treatment. If the person perceives that his or her jinn-related disorder is a "punishment from God", religious leaders will then become a natural source of guidance for advise on the expiation of sins in order to remove the "punishment from God". Doctors will be the last resort as they are perceived as unable to deal with metaphysical jinn issues. Mental Health professionals e.g. psychiatrists, psychologists and psychotherapists are also ranked low compared to religious leaders or those who are directly involved in treating jinn-related disorders.
Religious leaders are equipped with knowledge to empower a person to increase their spirituality. Many studies have also found out that spirituality helps in increasing the well-being of a person and enables one to come to terms with their predicament. However, jinn-related disorders are not just a simplistic spiritual issue and religious leaders are not equipped with the knowledge to deal with the impact of the disorders, nor are they equipped with solutions that deliver therapeutic benefit.
Jinn-related disorders can be psychological, psycho-somatic or even somatic in nature. Somatic illnesses caused by jinn can go unnoticed for years and may only be realised after all modern medical treatment has failed and the person starts to make recovery after undergoing jinn-related therapy.