Friday, November 11, 2011

Zikr for hard times - by Habib Umar bin Hafiz


Al-Latif
by Hamid Iqbal Khan

Bismillah.

This was taken from the Interpreter's Path blog by Shaykh Abdul Karim Yahya. It was like a glass of cold water for thirsty me. It's very simple to do yet with barakah of Habib Umar bin Hafiz the effects will be tremendous bi-iznillah. I sure hope you would find it useful and benefit from it too InshAllah.

"At the Question and Answer session of Red Sulfur tazkiya lesson 7 (May 9), a couple of beneficial questions were raised regarding trials and tribulations to which Sayyidi Habib Umar (may Allah preserve him and spread his benefit among us) responded with the following Prophetic prescriptions:

One should read:
يَا لَطِيف
Ya Latif
129 times in the morning and evening.
Increase the number to 133 in times of difficulty.

(Al-Latif is one of Allah’s names and is sometimes translated as “gentle” or “subtle.” Habib Kadhim as-Saqqaf (may Allah preserve him) said it encompasses all the names of Allah which express His beauty. By reading this name morning and evening one will be constantly in the realm of Allah’s care and gentleness. The meaning of “lutf” is Allah bringing benefit and deflecting harm from an individual in a manner that that individual is unaware of)."

Click here
http://abdulkarimyahya.com/hu-tazkiya-lessons-red-sulfur-and-the-greatest-elixir/dhikr-in-times-of-hardship/
for another zikr prescribed by Habib Umar
for times of great distress.
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Jumaah Mubarrak!

3 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for using my Art here in your blog
    Many thanks and regards
    HAMID IQBAL KHAN
    hamidsart.redbubble.com

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  2. MashAllah brother Hamid, thank you for your permission. I am honored indeed, you are a very talented artist and your art pieces are all so brilliant and beautiful!
    May Allah grant you more creativity. May He continue to manifest His Beauties through your hands. Ameen.
    Thank you and best wishes,
    Ezza

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  3. Alsalamualeykum ...

    Pls permit me to use ur posts ...everywhere

    With duas

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