Symptoms of Jinn Possession
There are several symptoms of jinn possession. These symptoms have been divided into three categories: those which occur when one is awake, and those which occur when one is asleep.
The Feelings you have:
You see shadows at home, you feel that someone is staring at you and happens when you are alone at home.
You feel fear symptoms when alone, you have to look back, you have to check doors and windows if they are locked. You feel a disaster is coming.
Symptoms when one is awake:
1- Turning away in particular from acts of worship and obedience, the remembrance of Allah SWT (dhikr) and reading the Qur’an. Allah says:
“And whosoever turns away blindly from the remembrance of the Most Gracious (Allah) we appoint for him Shaytan to be a Qareen (a companion) to him. And verily they hinder them from the path (of Allah), but they think that they are guided aright! “(al Zukhruf 43:36-37)
2- Erratic behavior in one’s words, deeds and movements. Allah says:
“Those who eat Riba will not stand(on the day of Resurrection except like the standing of a person beaten by Shaytan (satan) leading him to insanity.”(Al- Baqarah 2:275)
3- Seizures (with no medical cause) ;there are signs to indicate that a seizure has devilish causes.
4- Paralysis of a limb (with no medical cause).
5- Being quick to get angry or weep with no apparent cause.
6- Sitting in the toilet for a long time, and talking to oneself
7- Constant headache (on one or both sides of the head) with no medical cause
8- Irregular menstruation in women
9- Not producing children although both husband and wife are medically sound and able to reproduce.
Symptoms when one is asleep:
1-Frightening nightmares, which includes seeing varies kinds of creatures such as ghosts or apparitions, seeing oneself falling from a high place, seeing people in strange forms and snakes, A man may see a women who wants him to have intercourse with her (and vice versa ) constantly in his dreams and may see someone threatening him .
2-Insomnia, anxiety and fear upon waking
3 Talking loudly in one’s sleep, or moaning or groaning.
- Repeated nightmares, seeing black cats and dogs as well as continuous assaults
from some men and women.
- Sleep walking.
3.Involuntary body movements while sleeping such as moving the arms and legs.
- Noticeable fear and scariness.
- Laughing and crying during sleep.
- Seeing people during sleep and that they taking the patient to faraway places
such as the desert or prairie.
- Sexual assault, in rare cases, especially in the case of the loving jinn.
- Feeling something kneeling on one’s chest during sleep.