فَتَعَٰلَى ٱللَّهُ ٱلْمَلِكُ ٱلْحَقُّ ۗ وَلَا تَعْجَلْ بِٱلْقُرْءَانِ مِن قَبْلِ أَن يُقْضَىٰٓ إِلَيْكَ وَحْيُهُۥ ۖ وَقُل رَّبِّ زِدْنِى عِلْمًۭا ﴿٤١١﴾
I love to read those internet discussions about Islam. This one is from a Pakistani forum where someone asks:
I want to learn any kalmaat 1) to recite before starting to study so that my mind won’t get distract ( i’m sick of it) _ 2) or to help in memorizing ,heard of such things but don’t know any , hoping anyone of u would help. one famous one I know is “Rabbi zidni illmaa”.
Kalimah in the Koran is usually translated as “word”; Kalimaat is the plural.
Here are some suggestions from the forum:
Dua While Studying Something Difficult
“Allahumma la sahla illama ja-‘altahu sahla anta taj ‘alu al hazana eza ma shi’ta sahal”
“Oh Allah! Nothing is easy except what you have made easy. If you wish, you can make the difficult easy”
which I also found here, along with more duas for studying.
Some of My Favorite and they work like missile
1. Ya alliem—— For Study
2. Ya latifon—–For every thing
Please recite them numberless with your breath in and breath out
How mysterious that they “work like missile”. But participants’ requests for more information did not produce further explanation. Googling Ya alliem yields a redirect to “al-‘Alim (‘a-leem) the All-Knowing”, the second of the 99 names of Allah. Ya latifon redirects to Ya Latif! O Gently Kind! Another of the ninety-nine names.
Another of the forum members adds:
ya haseebo is great for studies too… especially exams
Al-Haseebo is another of the names of God meaning “The Reckoner” and having to do with accounting.
From this description of a recitation for curing jaundice, we learn the system of using the names:
The way to recite: Allahumma Ya-Haseebo, Ya-Haseebo, Ya-Haseebo ……. In the next breath you will again say Allahumma Ya-Haseebo …….. like that to complete 300 times.
I should be taking notes here, since I don’t have health insurance.
The ninety-nine names of God seem to be quite popular, here is a list.