10.After the third Takbir statement, you may say the following:
11.After the fifth Takbir statement, you may say the following:
12.After the seventh Takbir statement, you may say the following: Narrated from Imam Mahdi(ajtfs)
Sayyid Humairi (R.A.), in context of a letter addressed to the holy threshold of Imam Mahdi (A.S.), asked his holiness: Is it permissible to recite the line: “علی ملۃ ابراھیم و دین محمد" in the beginning of prayer with the purpose of attention?
While explaining this question, he also mentioned that a few clerics consider the act of saying: علی دین محمد as Bid’at (innovation) giving the reason that just one Hadith has arrived in the related books, and that too in the book of Qasim bin Mohammad who narrated from his grandfather Hasan bin Rashid that Imam Sadiq (A.S.) said to him:
“How do you begin your prayer?”
He said: “I say: لبیک و سعدیک” (O’ Allah, I accept Your invitation and I am fortunate due to this).
Imam Sadiq (A.S.) said: “This wasn’t my question; my question is that how do you recite this verse in the beginning of your prayer:
وجھت وجھی للذی فطر السماوات و الارض حنیفا مسلما (I have turned towards one who created the heavens and the Earth while I surrender before him and worship him)
Hasan bin Rashid said: "I say it in the same way".
Imam said: “Read this line in this manner:
13. Imam Mahdi (A.S.) wrote in reply to Humairi that:
“Paying attention to this supplication is not compulsory but the recommended precaution regarding it, which is also in accordance to the consensus of all the clerics, is the following:
And recite Suratul Hamd after it.
“I have directed my face towards the one who created the Heavens and the Earth while I am a worshipper who surrenders before Him, I have faith upon the nation of Ibrahim and the religion of Mohammad and the guidance of the Commander of the faithful, indeed my prayer, my rites of sacrifice, my living and my death are for Allah, the Lord of the worlds. No partner has He, and this I have been commanded, and I am the first (among You) of the Muslims. O’ Allah, regard me among the Muslims, I seek refuge in Allah, the Hearer, the Knower, from Satan, the expelled, in the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful.”
 Biharul Anwaar: 84/359, as per the narration of Al Ihtejaaj: 2/307 .
--Duas during Salah--Before you begin with the recitation (qira'ah: reciting certain Qur'anic chapters in the prayers), you may say the statement of seeking protection (isti`adhah) in a low tone:
And [it is recommended that] in the first and second rakʿahs of ẓuhr and ʿaṣr prayers, one recites ‘bismillāh’ aloud, and recites Sūrat al-Ḥamd and the other surah distinctly, and pauses at the end of every verse – i.e. he does not join it with the next verse – and while reciting Sūrat al-Ḥamd and the other surah, [it is recommended that] he pays attention to the meaning of the verses. While performing prayers on his own/jamat, after he/imam has completed the recitation of Sūrat al-Ḥamd, [it is recommended that] he says:
…and after completing the recitation of Sūrat al-Ikhlāṣ, [it is recommended that] he either says:
Upon finishing reciting the second Surah, you may also pause for a while that is as much as one breath. You may then raise your hands up to the lower part of your ears while uttering the Takbir statement. You may then genuflect(rukoo), putting your right hand on your right knee and then your left hand on your left knee, opening up your fingers as if you are holding fast to your knees. You may also bow your back and stretch your neck at the level of your back, casting your sight on the space between your two feet and saying the following 3,5 or 7 times :
You may now raise your head from genuflection, stand erect, and say the following:
You may now say the prostration statement. Then, you may raise your head from the position of prostration and sit down. While doing this, it is recommended to utter the Takbir statement and to sit on your hip, saying the following:
You may then say Takbir and prostrate again, doing the same as what you have done in the first prostration. You may then raise your head and sit for rest. You may then stand up saying,
When you stand erect, you should recite Surah al-Fatihah and another Surah, preferably Surah al-Tawhid, after which you may say the following three times:
You may then say the Takbir statement and raise your hands to the level of your face turning the inner surface (i.e. palm) of your hands towards the sky and combining all your fingers, except the thumb, together and say any of the Qunut supplications,( See qunoot Tab)
Ruling 1089. It is recommended that while saying tashahhud, one should sit with his weight placed on his left thigh, and place the front of his right foot on the sole of his left; and before tashahhud, he should say:
…or he should say:
It is also recommended that one places his hands on his thighs, closes his fingers together, looks at his lap, and says after reciting ṣalawāt in tashahhud:
And accept his intercession* and elevate his rank (referring the Holy Prophet)