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Du'a The scorn of ascribing things to evil omens

For those unfamiliar, Hisnul Muslim (Fortress of the Muslim) is a well-known du'a book compiled by Said Bin Ali Bin Wahf Al-Qahtani. It categorizes authentic supplications that the Prophet ﷺ made in various situations. In the 94th chapter, "The scorn of ascribing things to evil omens" there is 1 supplication that you can learn and recite.

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Chapter 94: The scorn of ascribing things to evil omens
1 du'as
اللّهُـمَّ لا طَيْـرَ إِلاّ طَيْـرُك وَلا خَـيْرَ إِلاّ خَـيْرُك وَلا إِلهَ غَيْـرُك
Allāhumma lā ṭayra illā ṭayruk. wa lā khayra illā khayruk. wa lā ilāha ghayruk.
O Allah there is no portent other than Your portent, no goodness other than Your goodness, and none worthy of worship other than You.
Ahmad 2/220, Ibn As-Sunni (no. 292). See also Al-Albani, Silsilatul-'Ahadlth As-Sahihah 3/54, (no. 1065). As for bodings of good, these used to please the Prophet (ﷺ) and so when he heard good words from someone, he used to say: "We have taken from you a good portent from your mouth," Abu Dawud, Ahmad. See also Al-Albani, Silsilatul-'Ahadith As-Sahihah 2/363, and it is with Abu Ash-Shaikh Al-Asfahani in 'Akhlaqun-Nabiyy, pg. 270.
Hisnul Muslim 205