“God sleeps in the rock, dreams in the plant, stirs in the animal, and awakens in man.” ~ Muhyī d-Dīn Ibn Arabi
“What you seek is within you, if only you reflect.” ~ Ali Ibn Abu Talib (as)
"The graphic symbol of the Greatest Name of God (ism allah al-a'zam), is also known as the Seal of Solomon (khitam sulayman): a symbol which from quite early on plays a major part in the history of Islamic esotericism, especially in magic and the occult (...) It derives from a poem attributed to the first Shi'ite Imam 'Ali (as). * "
“(Islam) profoundly implies there is always more than meets the eye.” ~ Amira El-Zein
Besides reading and reciting the Quran it is common practise in Islam to recite and write down the most beautiful names of God to be protected from wickedness and evil, including wicked Jinn. It also is a common belief that the drawing and repetation of the Ism allah al-a’azam (The Greatest Name of God) protects a person against misfortune and from the evil eye.