18 Answers of RasoolAllah

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

18 Answers of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (Sallallaahu Alaihi Wa Sallam)

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A traveler once came to the masjid to see the Prophet Muhammad (Sallallaahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) after greeting the prophet, he was asked where he was from. The traveler replied that he came from very far just to get a few questions answered.

Following is the dialogue between the traveler and the Prophet Muhammad (Sallallaahu Alaihi Wa Sallam):

Traveler: I do not want adhaab (punishments) to be written in my account.
Prophet Muhammad (s): Behave well with your parents

Traveler: I want to be known amongst people as an inteligent person.
Prophet Muhammad (s): Fear Allah (Subhaanahu Wata’ala), always.

Traveler: I want to be counted amongst Allah’s favourites.
Prophet Muhammad (s): Recite Quran every morning and evening.

Traveler: I want my heart to always be enlightened. ( Munawer )
Prophet Muhammad (s): Never forget death.

Traveler: I never want to be away from Allah’s blessing.
Prophet Muhammad (s): Always treat fellow creatures well.

Traveler: I never want to be harmed by my enemies.
Prophet Muhammad (s): Always have faith in only Allah.

Traveler: I never want to be humiliated.
Prophet Muhammad (s): Be careful of your actions.

Traveler: I wish to live long.
Prophet Muhammad (s): Always do sile rahm. (Goodness towards blood Relations)

Traveler: I want my sustenance to increase.
Prophet Muhammad (s): Always be in wudhoo.

Traveler: I wish to stay free of adhaab (punishments) in the grave.
Prophet : Always wear pure clothes.

Traveler: I never want to be burned in hell.
Prophet Muhammad (s): Control your eyes and tongue.

Traveler: How do I get my sins forgiven?
Prophet Muhammad (s): Always ask forgiveness from Allah with a lot of humility.

Traveler: I want people to respect me always.
Prophet Muhammad (s): Never extend your hands of need at people.

Traveler: I want to always be honoured.
Prophet Muhammad (s): Never humiliate or put down anyone.

Traveler: I don’t want to be squeezed by fishare qabr.(Squeezing in the grave)
Prophet Muhammad (s): Recite Surah Al Mulk (The Dominion) often.

Traveler: I want my wealth to increase.
Prophet Muhammad (s): Recite Surah Al Waqiah (The Inevitable) every night.

Traveler: I want to be safe and at peace on Day of Judgment.
Prophet Muhammad (s): Do Dhikr/Zikr (Remembrance) of Allah from dusk to night.

Traveler: I want to be in full attention & concentration during prayers.
Prophet Muhammad (s): Always do wudhoo with concentration and attention.

~ Beautiful Reminder ~

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3 Rules of Naqshbandi Haqqani Sufi Order

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

Advice of GrandShaykh Abdullah

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Grandshaykh Abdullah al-Faiz ad-Daghestani (May Allah sanctify his Soul) often reminded us of the following:

“You must always keep three nails tacked to your forehead (i.e. remember these three rules at all times if you want to succeed in tariqah).

  1. “If I give you a broken shovel and tell you to dig down until the middle of the earth to get your diamonds, you dig. You never ask why or complain; you just dig.
  2. “If I give you a bucket and say ‘empty the ocean’, don’t ask if the water will ever decrease, or argue that it is impossible to empty the ocean with a bucket: just start scooping! The second the thought occurs to you that the task is impossible, impractical, or useless, you failed that test and will have to start all over again.
  3. “If I tell the ant her sustenance is in the West and she is in the East, she will just start walking. The murid must be like that ant: do not use your mind to understand how you will get your sustenance, just go! If you die trying, you die, you surrender.”

~ Mawlana Shaykh Nazim Adil al-Haqqani (Taken from http://www.sufilive.com)

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Blessed Salawat

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

For the love of the most Beloved

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Allahumma salli wa sallim ‘alaa Sayyidina Muhammad
Habib-ir-Rahmaan
Wa Durratil akwaan
Al-Haadiri ma’a man salla ‘alayhi fee kulli zamaan wa makaan
Wa ‘alaa aalihi wa sahbihi wa tabi’eehim bi-ihsaan

O Allah! Bestow blessings and peace on Sayyidina Muhammad,
the beloved of the Beneficent,
and the most precious in all creation
who is present with whoever sends blessings on him in every age and place,
and on his family and companions and good followers.

Allahumma salli ‘alaa Sayyidina Muhammad
Sayyidil kawnayn
Wa bahjatath-thaqalayn
Wa Jaddil Hasanayn
Waj’al lee bissalaati alayhi qurrata ‘ayn
Wa ‘alaa aalihi wa sahbihi as sallim.

O Allah! Bestow blessings and peace on Sayyidina Muhammad,
the leader of both the worlds,
the light of jinn and people,
the grandfather of Imam Hasan and Imam Husayn,
and with this blessing on him make him the delight of my eyes
and (bestow blessings and peace as well)
on his family and companions.

Allahumma salli ‘alaa Sayyidina Muhammad in-Nabiyy il-Ummiyy
Wa aalihi wa sallim tasleema
Wa Astaghfirullahal ‘Azeem wa atubu Ilayh

O Allah! Bestow blessings and total peace on Sayyidina Muhammad
the Prophet not taught by any human (but by You, O Allah),
and on his family
and I beg forgiveness of Allah, The Incomparably Great,
and turn to Him repentant.

Allahumma Yaa Nur as-samaawaati wal ardi
Salli ‘alaa man khalaqtahu min Nurika
Waghfirlee dhanbee wa nawwir qalbee bi-Anwaari Ma’rifatika
Wa bi-Ma’rifatihi Bika
Wa ‘alaa aalihi wa sahbihi wa sallim

O Allah! O The Light of the heavens and the earth
Bestow blessings and peace on the one you created from Your Light
and forgive my sins and fill my heart with
the light of Your Knowledge and with his knowledge of You,
and (bestow blessings and peace as well)
on his family and companions.

Allahumma salli ‘alaa Sayyidina Muhammad
Saahibil maqaamil asnaa
Al-makhsusi bi-sharafil adnaa
Man laulaahu maa kunna
Waghmirnaa bi-anfaasihi fil hissi wal ma’naa
Wa ‘alaa aalihi wa sahbihi wa sallim

O Allah! Bestow blessings and peace on Sayyidina Muhammad,
the one who has the highest position;
the one with special nobility of closeness (to Allah);
were it not for him, we wouldn’t exist;
immerse us in his breath, in reality and in its true meaning,
and (bestow blessings and peace as well)
on his family and companions.

Allahumma salli ‘alaa Sayyidina Muhammad
Alladhee maa dhukirasmuhu ‘alaa mareedin illa shufiya
Wa laa saqeemin illa ‘ufiya
Wa ‘alaa aalihi wa sahbihi wa sallim

O Allah! Bestow blessings and peace on Sayyidina Muhammad
the mention of whose name before anyone who is sick, cures him
and anyone who is ill and in pain is given good health
and (bestow blessings and peace as well)
on his family and companions.

Allahumma salli wa sallim
‘alal badril muneer
Al-Bashir in-Nadheer
Ruhi ma’nal wujud
War-Rahmatil muhdaati li kulli maujud
Wa ‘alaa aalihi wa sahbihi wa taabi’eehim ilaa yaumil maw’ood

O Allah! Bestow blessings and peace
on the bright moon,
the bringer of glad tidings, the warner,
the soul of all existence
and the merciful gift for all that exists
and on his family and companions and followers
till the Promised Day.

~Wayfarer on the path of Love~

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Eternal Blessings of a Mother

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

10 Easy Ways To Enter Paradise

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1. LISTEN TO YOUR MOTHER
2. HELP YOUR MOTHER
3. SMILE AT YOUR MOTHER
4. BE THANKFUL TO YOUR MOTHER FOR WHATEVER SHE DOES FOR YOU
5. SPEND TIME WITH YOUR MOTHER
6. ALWAYS ASK YOUR MOTHER IF YOU CAN HELP HER WITH ANYTHING
7. BUY YOUR MOTHER GIFTS
8. BE GOOD TO YOUR MOTHER’S FAMILY AND FRIENDS
9. STUDY HARD AND LEAD A GOOD LIFE SO THAT YOUR MOTHER IS HAPPY
10. ALWAYS PRAY FOR YOUR MOTHER, ESPECIALLY AFTER EVERY SALAAH.

A Muslim child should respect and appreciate his or her parents on a daily basis. Allah (Subhaanahu Wata’ala) mentions that human beings must recognise their parents and that this is second only to the recognition of Allah (Subhaanahu Wata’ala) Himself. Throughout the Holy Quran, we notice that parents are mentioned with appreciation and respect, even if they are senile.

In the Holy Quran, there is a very beautiful description of how parents are to be treated; Allah (Subhaanahu Wata’ala) Says (what means): “And your Lord has decreed that you not worship except Him, and to parents, good treatment. Whether one or both of them reach old age [while] with you, say not to them [so much as] ‘uff’ [i.e., an expression of irritation or disapproval] and do not repel them but speak to them a noble word. And lower to them the wing of humility out of mercy and say: ‘My Lord! Have mercy upon them as they brought me up [when I was] small.'” [Quran 17:23-24]

Parents have a right to be respected and obeyed by children. All parents are well wishers of children. They issue orders and instructions that are in the best interest of children (though children might think ottherwise). So it is the duty of children to obey their orders and act accordingly. Some children listen to parental orders but do not act upon these or show laziness in carrying out these orders. This causes annoyance to parents. Children should remember that annoying one’s parents can lead to the wrath of Allah (Subhaanahu Wata’ala).

Warning: Those who are disobedient to their mothers will burn in hellfire. However hard we try, we can never repay our mothers for what they have done for us, but we can at least try, and also ask Allah (Subhaanahu Wata’ala) to repay them for us. Our mothers are indeed a great blessing from Allah. We should appreciate and value this blessing as much as we can. Whilst our mothers are alive, we have a golden opportunity to guarantee ourselves paradise and also success in this world.

Reminder: We will only truly realise the value of our mothers when they are no longer with us – when they have passed away, but then it will be too late!

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The Wise Thief

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

The Wisdom of a Thief

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There was a young thief busy stealing people’s wealth, one day a thought cross his mind he said to himself: “How far will I go with this petty stealing every now and then instead, why not travel to the king’s palace and steal the king. With that kind of money, I can then start my own business and lead a decent wealthy life”.

To accomplished his new thoughts, he started his journey to the king’s palace. On reaching the palace, in the darkness of the night he sneaked in to the palace and found himself in the majesty’s room. On hearing the sound of the footsteps, he hide himself behind the long drape’s.

While hiding he saw, it was the king and the queen walking to retire in their room. He overheard their conversation.

The Queen said, “Your majesty, have you ever thought about our only daughter?”

The King asked “what about her?”

The Queen replied “Don’t you think we need to find a Prince for our charming Princess.”

The King replied “Honey, you are absolutely right, by the grace of Allah (Subhaanahu wata’aala) we have everything excluding the heir and the next king for our kingdom hence we should find a pious humble Muslim youth from our kingdom, the one that will keep our daughter happy and be the next king after me. He shall continue the hard work of taking good care of our people”.

The queen nodding her head in agreement with the king said, “Then let us then find out that pious Muslim youth”.

The king suggested, “Tomorrow, I will ask the Vazir to find out the most competent pious youth in our kingdom and you don’t reveal this plan to anyone”.

The thief hearing this conversation thought, if I steal tonight I may get a small part of his wealth instead if I could managed to play that crucial part of that pious youth that the majesty is looking for, I may end up becoming the next king along with the charming beautiful princess and so without stealing he quietly sneak out of the palace to accomplished his new plan, let us call it plan-B.

He went straight to the nearby Masjid and started his act of the pious young Muslim. Sure enough it worked, within a few days the town started to talk about this young Muslim youth dedicated to Islam. People started to come from far and wide to listen to this eloquent speeches on the important tenets of Islam.

Then one day Vazir send his men to invite him to meet the king, but the young pious soul declined the king’s invitation saying that he was too busy in discharging the duties assigned to him by Allah (Subhaanahu Wata’aala).

Hearing this, the king was further impressed, he said to his Vazir: “He is the true Muslim and our future Prince, let us go and visit him”.

Seeing the King along with his minister’s at his doorstep, tears rolled down the thief’s cheek, with so much gratitude in his heart he said to himself: “Just by acting as a pious Muslim, Allah has brought the mighty King to my door step, I wonder what would be the reward if I were to be REAL TRUE Muslim”.

Now becoming the next king and marrying the princess had lost all its priorities. He apologized and declined the King’s offer saying “Now that I have found the REAL King of the universe who brought you to my doors, my rewards from now on will be from HIM.”

A Beautiful Reminder

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The Mercy of Duas

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

Seek Allah’s Mercy through Duas

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Trials, tribulations and challenges are part of every person’s life. However, to counter that, Allah Subhaanahu Wata’ala has provided us a very powerful tool – and that is the tool of Du’a or asking Allah Almighty for help and His Divine Mercy when we need it. And we need it all the time.

Equally importantly, we forget at times that Allah Subhaanahu Wata’ala has also provided us the opportunity to dramatically increase the effectiveness of our own Dua’s by encouraging us to make Dua’s for other brothers and sisters in islam.

Reminder

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Behind the Veil of Mystery

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

Eternal Beauty

Hidden behind the veil of mystery, Beauty is eternally free from the slightest stain of imperfection. From the atoms of the world, He created a multitude of mirrors; into each one of them He cast the image of His Face; to the awakened eye, anything that appears beautiful is only a reflection of that Face.

Now that you have seen the reflection, hurry to its Source; in that primordial Light the reflection vanishes completely. Do not linger far from that primal Source; when the reflection fades, you will be lost in darkness. The reflection is as transient as the smile of a rose; if you want permanence, turn towards the Source; if you want fidelity, look to the Mine of faithfulness. Why tear your soul apart over something here one moment and gone the next?

~ Shaykh Jami (Perfume of the Desert)

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Patience & Struggle

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

The Best of Virtues is Patience

Whether you are struggling or torn by strife, The best of virtues is patience and it is the key to life.

Allah Subhaanahu Wata’ala says in the Holy Quran:

“Oh you who believe! Seek help with patient perseverance and prayer, for God is with those who patiently persevere.” (2:153)

“Verily, with every difficulty there is relief. Verily, with every difficulty there is relief.” (94:5-6)

Indeed you will receive Allah’s aid and double the reward. It is a fact that everything you do Allah always sees so seek Allah, be patient, and remember Him at all times.

As taught by Rasoolullah Sallallaahu Alaihi Wa Sallam, there are two parts of faith which are the main necessities. Both sabr (patience) and shukr (gratitude) are the most complementary qualities. We will all be trialed and tested with difficulties, sadness or despair. Those who believe will find comfort with the words of Allah and will be conscious. That tawwakal, trusting Allah is a tool for happiness and success.

It is righteous to be firm and patient in pain and adversity. Allah will test you in the form of happiness or calamity. So do not let helplessness and sadness override you in your situation. Instead bow down to Allah so you can be guided in the right direction. Indeed Allah is with those who are patient.

Always seek comfort from Surah Az-Zumar (039) Verse 53, where Allah Subhaanahu Wata’ala says:

“O my Servants who have transgressed against their souls! Despair not of the Mercy of Allah: for Allah forgives all sins: for He is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful.

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Dua for Forgiveness in Ramadhan

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

Asking Forgiveness

Whosoever shall recite this Dua in the last ten nights after every Wajib and Sunnah Salaah, Allah Subhaanahu Wata’ala will forgive his sins committed in this holy month of Ramadhan and shall safeguard him from committing other sins in the remaining days:

Bismillaahir-Rahmaanir-Raheem.

Allaahummaa Addi Annaa Haqqa Maa Madhaa Min Shahri Ramadhan
Waghfir Lanaa Taqseeranaa Feehi Watasallamhu Minnaa Maqboolan
Walaa Tu’aakhidhnaa Bi Israafinaa Alaa Anfusinaa
Waj’Alnaa Minal Marhoomeen Walaa Taj’Alnaa Minal Mahroomeen.

O Allah, let us make amends and make-up for the past days of the month of Ramadhan.
Ignore our mistakes. Acknowledge that which we have submitted as to your liking.
Do not take hold of us for the overindulgence and extravagance we employed to overindulgence, include us among those who have been dealt with mercifully, and not among those excluded.

Ameen!

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Reflect upon your Aspirations

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

Aspire

Do not regard yourself as infamous or weak.
Reflect upon your aspirations, O noble one.

No matter what your station be, keep searching.
For this pursuit is a blessed course.

This quest removes all impediments to God.
If you wish to travel far and fast, travel light.

Take off all your envies, jealousies, unforgiveness,
selfishness, and fears.

Mevlana Jalaluddin Rumi

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Surrender to Allah

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

Surrender

Liberate yourself from the fetters of the Ego and surrender yourself before God.
Let the Lord be your shepherd, allow Him to attend to all your cares
And do not allow temptations to entice you.
Aspirations of this world are the cause of all concern.
Aspire to God and obtain freedom.

Shaykh Abdul Qadir Jilani QS

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WITNESSING PROPHET

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

SEEING PROPHET MUHAMMAD (SALLALLAAHU ALAIHI WA SALLAM)

WE ALL WANT TO SEE THE BEST OF CREATION HERE ARE SOME OF THE WAYS TO GET CLOSE TO HIM: .

One of the most tried and tested means of gaining the vision of the Noble Prophet (alayhi salat wa salam) during sleep, and even during wakefulness, is intense love for him, and occupying one’s thoughts with him night and day, along with faithful conforming with his noble sunnah, and frequent prayers of benediction (salawat) upon him in a continuous fashion, and complete uprightness on his way (istiqama) and great yearning towards seeing him (asws), and supplications for him, and carrying the cares of the Beloved (alayhi salat wa salam), namely, calling to Allah in secret and in public; and continual application of all of the foregoing, and the absence of despair and hopelessness in the mercy of Allah, the Generous Bestower, for He deals in a steady manner but does not neglect anything, nor does He ruin the hopes of anyone who supplicates Him and hopes in Him, and it might be that He has hidden the treasures within the “late” response to one’s supplication.

2. Some of the gnostics (’arifeen) have said: “whoever wishes to see the Prophet (asws), then let him remember him frequently night and day, and love the Awliya, otherwise, the door to that vision is closed shut, for they are the leaders and masters of people, and our Lord and His Messenger (asws) get angry at (the object of) their anger…”

3. Regular recitation and meditation on the Burda Sharifa of Imam Sharafuddin al-Busayri.

4. It has been mentioned from the Prophet (asws) that whoever sends prayers of benediction (salawat) upon the spirit (ruh) of Sayyidina Muhammad among the spirits, and his body among the bodies, and his grave among the graves, then “he will see me in his sleep, and whoever sees me in his sleep, will see me in the Day of Rising; and whoever sees me (with this special vision) in the Day of Rising, i will intercede on his behalf, and for whomever I intercede, he will drink from my pool and Allah will forbid the Fire to touch his body.”

5. Imam Nawawi wrote in his Adhkar: “whoever, on the night preceding Friday, prays two nafl rak’as, reciting Ayat al Kursi 5 times in each rak’a after Fatiha, and then after this salah, sits and prays salawat 1,000 times upon the Prophet (asws), then he will see him in his dream.”

6. From al-Hasan (al-Basri?): “Whoever prays four rak’at (2×2) nafl in the night preceding Friday, and in each rak’a after Fatiha recites the following suras: Duha, Sharh, Qadr, Zalzala (any multiple number of times), and then when he is done with these four, sits for the jalso and reads tahiyyat, and sends salawat 70 times and makes istighfar 70 times, and then makes the salam to end the prayer, taking care not to speak to anyone after that, then lies down on his right side and sends salawat until sleep overtakes him, then he will see the Prophet (asws) in his dreams in sha’allah.”

7. Whoever recites surat al-Qadr (”inna anzalnahu..”) one thousand times on Friday, then he will not die until he sees the Prophet (asws).

8. Whoever wakes in the middle of the night before the day of Friday and recites surat al Quraysh 1000 times, then he will see the Prophet (asws) in his sleep and all his needs will be satisfied in sha’allah.

9. Ja’far as-Sadiq said: “Whoever recites surat al Kawthar 1000 times, and then sends salawat 1000 times, in the night preceding Friday, and then ask Allah to allow him to see the Prophet (asws), then he will see the Prophet (asws) in his sleep in sha’allah.”

10. Whoever, in the night preceding the day of Thursday or Friday or Monday, prays four rak’at nafl (2×2), in the first rak’a reciting surat al Qadr 3 times, in the second reciting surat al Zalzala 3 times, in the third reciting surat al Kafirun 3 times, and in the fourth reciting al Falaq and an Naas 3 times (and another narration of this says to add Ikhlas 3 times here), and when he is done with this, sits and recites the “salat al fatih” of Sidi Mustafa al-Bakri, then he will meet with the Prophet (asws). Salat al-Fatih: “Allahumma Salli wa Sallim ‘ala Sayyidina Muhammad, al Fatihi lima Ughliqa wa’l Khatimi lima Sabaqa, Nasir il-Haqqi bi’l Haqqi, wa’l Haadi ila Siratik al-Mustaqeem, wa ‘ala aalihi Haqqa Qadrihi wa Miqdarihi-l ‘Adheem.”

11. Sidi Mustafa al-Bakri said: “Among the benefits of this noble name “Muhammad” is that whoever says it every night 22 times, then he will frequently see the Prophet (asws).”

12. Some of the Saliheen have stated: “whoever wishes to see the Prophet (asws) during one’s sleep, let him pray two rak’as, and after Fatiha read surat al Ikhlas 100 times, and when he is done, say three times: “Ya Muhsin Ya Mujammil Ya Mun’im Ya Mutafaddil, Arini Wajha Muhammadin salla-allahu alayhi wa sallam” then he will see him in sha’allah.”

13. Pray two rak’as, and recite any sura you wish in them, and in the sujud say 100 times: “Ya Nur an-Noor, Ya Mudabbir al Umoor, Balligh ‘Anni Ruha Muhammadin salla-allahu alayhi wa sallama tahiyyatan wa salama” (O Light of light, O Manager of all Affairs, send greetings and peace to the spirit of Muhammad (asws) on my behalf).

14. One of the righteous awliya said: “I saw the Prophet (saws) in a dream and he told me, “say before you sleep ‘Bismillah ir Rahman ir Raheem’ 5 times and ‘Audhu billahi min ash shaytan ir rajeem’ 5 times, and then say ‘Allahumma bi Haqqi Muhammad, Arini Wajha Muhammadin Haalan wa Ma’aala’ (O Allah, by the right of Muhammad, show me the face of Muhammad in this moment and in the end), then I will come to you and will not break my promise to you.”

15. One of the Shuyukh said, “whoever recites the following salawat after the ‘Isha prayer, and reads the last three suras each 3 times, and does not speak with anyone after this, then he will see the Prophet (saws), and it is (the version of Imam Ghazali): (to be posted later)”

16. Qadi Yusuf ibn Isma’il an-Nabhani on page 444 of his book “Sa’adat ad-Darayn” wrote: “whoever wishes to see him in one’s sleep, then let him say an odd number of times: “Allahumma Salli ala Muhammadin kama Amartana an Nusalliya ‘alayh, Allahumma Salli ala Muhammadin kama huwa ahluh, Allahumma Salli ala Muhammadin kama tuhibbu wa tarda lah, Allahumma Salli ‘ala Ruh Muhammadin fi’l Arwah, Allahumma Salli ala Jasadi Muhammadin fi’l Ajsad, Allahumma Salli ala Qabri Muhammadin fi’l Quboor.” (O Allah, send salawat upon Muhammad as you have ordered us to send upon him, O Allah, send salawat upon Muhammad as he deserves, O Allah, send salawat upon Muhammad as much as you love for him and are pleased with him to receive, O Allah, send salawat upon the spirit of Muhammad among the spirits, and upon his body among the bodies, and upon his grave among the graves).

17. Imam Qastalaani said, “I saw written in some books that whoever recites surat al Muzzammil and al Kawthar regularly will get to see him (saws).”

18. Imam al-Yafi’i said: “whoever desires to see him (asws), then let him make ghusl and wudu in the beginning of the night before the first Friday of the month, and wear clean white clothes, and pray the ‘Isha prayer, then pray 12 rak’as (6×2), in each rak’a reciting surat al Muzzammil after the Fatiha. and when he is done with this, let him send salawat upon the Prophet (asws) 1,000 times, and recite istighfar 1,000 times, and let him sleep in a state of purity…then he will see the Prophet (asws) in his sleep in sha’allah.”

19. Frequent Recitation of the following Salawat (from Shaykh Abdul Qadir Jaylani): “Allahumma Salli Salaatan Kamilatan wa Sallim salaaman taamman ala sayyidina wa mawlana Muhammadin illadhi tanhallu bihi-l ‘uqadu wa tanfariju bihi-l kurabu wa tuqdaa bihi’l hawa’iju wa tunaalu bihi-r raghaa’ibu wa husna-l khawateem, wa yustasqa-l ghamaamu bi wajhihi-l kareem, wa ‘ala aalihi wa sahbihi fi kulli lamhatin wa nafasin bi ‘adadi kulli ma’lumin laka” (O Allah, send the perfect salawat and the complete salaam upon our master and patron Muhammad, by whom the knots are untied, and the afflictions are removed, and the needs are satisfied, and the desired goals are gained as are the best ends, and by whose noble countenance the clouds are watered; and also upon his family and companions, in every moment and breath, according to the number of things in Your Knowledge).

20. Imam Qastalaani said: “whoever recites surat al Fil on any certain night 1000 times, and then sends salawat 1000 times, then he will see the Prophet (asws) in his sleep in sha’allah. Also, whoever writes surat al Fil and hangs it on one’s person, then it serves as a great shield from one’s enemies, and Allah grants victory by it to him over them.”

21. Whoever prays Maghrib salat, and then prays naf’al rak’at (2×2) until it is time for ‘Isha, and in each rak’a reads surat Ikhlas 7 times,and when he ends the prayer (with salam), he goes down in sujud and says 7 times “subhan allah wa’l hamdu lillah wa la ilaha illa allah wallahu akbar” and then says 7 times “Allahumma salli ‘ala-n nabiyy al ummiyy Muhammad wa aalihi wa sallim” and then says 7 times “Ya Hayyu Ya Qayyum Ya Rahman Ya Raheem”, and then gets up from that sujud and begins another two rak’ats in the same fashion, until the time for Isha comes, and then he prays Isha, and after Isha prayer he sits and says the following 1000 times: “Salla Allahu ‘ala Muhammadin an-Nabiyy al-Ummiyy”, and then goes to sleep on his right side and continues making salawat…then he will see the Prophet (asws) in his dreams in sha’allah.

22. Pray two nafl rak’as, and in each rak’a recite surat Ikhlas 100 or 200 times, and when you are finished with this prayer, say the following three times: “Ya Allahu Ya Rahman Ya Muhsin Ya Mujammil Ya Mun’im Ya Mutafaddil, Arini Wajha Nabiyyika Muhammad Salla-allahu alayhi wa sallam”, and also write these words on white paper and put it under his pillow, then he will see the Prophet (asws)………

23. Pray Maghrib prayer in the masjid, and then pray sets of two rak’at (until the adhan for Isha prayer), and in each nafl rak’a recite surat Ikhlas 3 times after Fatiha, and after praying Isha in the masjid, return home and do not speak with anyone. And when you are ready for bed, pray two rak’as and in each rak’a recite Ikhlas 7 times and finish the prayer with salams. Then go down in sujud, and make istighfar 7 times (while in sujud) and send salawat 7 times, and then say 7 times: “subhan allah wal hamdu lillaah wa la ilaha illa allah wallahu akbar wa la hawla wa la quwwata illa billahi-l aliyy al adheem.” Then sit up from that prostration, and sit in the position of jalsa and raise your hands and say (7 times): “Ya Hayyu Ya Qayyum Ya Dha’l Jalali wa’l Ikram Ya Arham ar-Rahimeen Ya Rahman ad-dunya wa’l akhirata wa Raheemahuma Ya Allahu Ya Ilaah al Awwalin wa’l Akhireen, Ya Rabb Ya Rabb Ya Rabb Ya Allah Ya Allah Ya Allah.” Then stand up and raise your hands and say the same thing once, and recite istighfar and salawat as much as you wish, then enter your bed and sleep on your right side…and you will see the Prophet (asws) Insha’Allah.

24. Some of the righteous awliya said, “whoever wishes to witness the Prophetic Beauty then let him make wudu’ before going to bed, and then sit on his bed, making sure it is clean, and then recite suras Shams and Layl and Tin, saying the Basmala before each of them, and then make frequent salawat, and end with this du’a: “Allahumma Rabb al Balad il Haraam wa’l Halli wa’l Haraam wa-r Rukni wa’l Maqaam, Iqra’ ‘ala Ruhi Muhammadin minna-s Salaam.”

25. It was related that one man used to see the Prophet (asws), and that he used to recite the following salawat 16,000 times: “Allahumma Salli ‘ala Sayyidina Muhammadin wa Aalihi Haqqa Qadrihi wa Miqdarih”

26. One of the Shuyukh of Sidi Ahmad Zarruq said: “After making the final salam for salat al Jum’a, say “Subhan Allah wa Bi Hamdihi” 100 times, and then after ‘Asr prayer, say 1000 times “Allahumma Salli ‘ala Sayyidina Muhammadin an-Nabiyy al-Ummiyy,” and he tried this in the Prophet’s mosque in Madina, and found it worked.

27. Shaykh Muhammad Haqqi Afandi an-Nazili wrote in his book “The Treasurehouse of Secrets” the following: “in the year 1262 I asked my Shaykh about some special Adhkar that would unviel to me Divine knowledges and bring me closer to Allah and connect me to the Messenger of Allah (alayhi salat wa salam), and he told me to recite Ayat al Kursi and the following salawat: “Allahumma Salli ala Sayyidina Muhammadin wa ala Aali Sayyidina Muhammadin fi kulli lamhatin wa nafasin bi ‘adadi kulli ma’lumin laka”, and he said, “if you are assiduous in this, you will take the knowledges and secrets from the Prophet (asws) until you come to be under his direct spiritual training (tarbiya). And he said, “and this is tried and tested, and so-and-so found it to be true” and he listed a number of names of people. So on the first night i tried it, i recited this salawat 100 times, and i saw the Prophet (asws) in my sleep, and he told me, “(my) intercession is for you and your parents and your brothers,” and then i found in my own experience what the Shaykh told me to be true. And then I told many of the Ikhwan about this practice, and i found that whoever stayed constant with it, received many extraordinary secrets unlike others, and in it is many secrets indeed, and this indication should suffice for you.”

28. Sayyid Ahmad Dahlan, the Shafi’i Mufti of Makka, wrote in his collection of salawat the following: “and among the forms of salawat that is tried and tested for meeting the Prophet (alayhi salat wa salam) is the following: “Allahumma Salli wa Sallim ‘ala Sayyidina Muhammadin al Jaami’i li Asraarika wad-Daalli ‘alayk, wa ‘ala Aalihi wa Sahbihi wa Sallim”…every day 1000 times each.

29. Sayyid Ahmad Dahlan also mentioned in that same book the following: Among the greatest and most beneficial forms that the gnostics mentioned was beneficial for recitation – even if only one time – on the night preceding Friday, and that whoever was constant in that, then the form of the Prophet (asws) would appear before his spirit when he dies and when he enters the grave, until he sees that the Prophet (asws) himself is the one who is placing him in the grave; and the gnostics said that whoever takes up this salawat should read it every day 10 times, and on the night before Friday 100 times, so that he can attain this great favor and immense blessing in sha’allah. And that specific form is: “Allahumma Salli ala Sayyidina Muhammadin an Nabiyy al Ummiyy al Habeeb, al ‘Aali-l Qadr al ‘Adheem al-Jaah, wa ‘ala Aalihi wa Sahbihi wa Sallim”. This was also related by Shaykh Ahmad as-Sawi and Imam Suyuti.

30. Shaykh Ahmad as-Sawi said in his commentary on the Wird of Sidi ad-Dardir: “the recitation of the salawat al Ibrahimiyya (the same as the one in the tashahhud) 1000 times brings one to the vision of the Prophet (asws), and Shaykh al Adawi said in his commentary on Dala’il al Khayrat that whoever reads this salawat 1000 times on the night preceding Friday or Monday, then he will necessarily behold the being of the Prophet (asws).”

31. the Qutb al-Shaykh Abdul Qadir al-Jaylani wrote in his Book “al-Ghunya” that Abu Hurayra reported that the Prophet (asws) said: “whoever, on the night preceding Friday, prays two rak’at, and in each rak’a recites (after the Fatiha) Ayat al Kursi once and surat al Ikhlas 15 times, and then after that salat, sits and says 1000 times, “Allahumma Salli ala Sayyidina Muhammadin an Nabiyy al Ummiyy” then he will see me in his sleep, and the next Friday will not come without him seeing me. And whoever sees me, then the Garden is his, and all his sins – past and future – are forgiven.”

32. Ibn ‘Abbas (may Allah be pleased with them both) related that the Prophet (alayhi salat wa salam) said: “there is no believer that prays two nafl rak’as on the night before Jum’a, and in each rak’a recites surat Ikhlas 25 times (after the Fatiha), and then after finishing the prayer says 1000 times, “Salla Allahu ala Muhammad in-Nabiyy il-Ummiyy”, then the next Friday will not come without him seeing me in his sleep, and whoever sees me then Allah forgives his sins.”

33. Shaykh Hasan al-’Adawi in his commentary on the Dala’il al Khayrat recorded that Shaykh al-Mursi said: “Whoever recites this salawat 500 times every day and night – and is constant in that – then he will not die until he meets with the Prophet (asws) in a state of wakefulness (yaqadha). That salawat is: “Allahumma Salli ala Sayyidina Muhammadin ‘Abdika wa Nabiyyika wa Rasulika an-Nabiyy al-Ummiyy wa ‘ala aalihi wa sahbihi wa Sallim”.

34. Shaykh al-’Adawi also recorded that Imam al-Yafi’i stated in his book “Bustan al Fuqara” that the Prophet Muhammad (alayhi salat wa salam) stated that, “Whoever prays this salawat upon me on Friday 1000 times, “Allahumma Salli ala Sayyidina Muhammadin in-Nabiyy il-Ummiyy wa ‘ala aalihi wa sahbihi wa Sallim” then he will see either his Lord or his Prophet or his dwelling place in heaven during his sleep, and if he does not, then let him repeat that for two Fridays or three or five.” Shaykh Abdullah al-Khayyat ibn Muhammad al-Fasi wrote in his book that he tried this practice but did not see anything, so then he said he sent salawat purely out of love for the Prophet (asws), and he saw a dream of glad tidings that he saw himself in the Garden.

MAY ALLAH LET US SEE HIM IN AWAKE AND SLEEPING STATES! AMEEN!! :)

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Raised in Honor

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

The Treasure of both Worlds

Sayyidina Umar (RadiAllahu Anhu) was leading an army back to Madinah after an expedition when he stopped at a valley in the height of noonday. He dismounted and appeared lost in thought for a very long time. The soldiers starting sweating, but dared not move for their leader appeared to be contemplating something in the valley.

Someone worked up the courage to ask Sayyidina Umar (RadiAllahu Anhu) what he was doing, since the army behind him was waiting. Sayyidina Umar (RadiAllahu Anhu) sighed and said, “There was a time before accepting Islam that I used to herd camels in this very valley. I did not know how to herd them properly. My father used to beat me and say that I wouldn’t amount to anything because I don’t even know how to herd camels. Now Allah has made Umar the Amir-e-Mumineen through the glory of Islam and the Holy Quran.” Sayyidina Umar (RadiAllahu Anhu) used to say, “The Holy Quran has come to give us honor.”

Indeed this Glorious Quran has come to bestow honor. We should learn and memorize this Book and apply it to our daily lives. We should pray that Allah open our hearts with this Quran and give us the ability to learn this Book.

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The Holy Month of Rajab

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

Rajab is the Month of God

Alhamdulillah, all praises to Allah (Subhaanahu Wata’ala) who has blessed us to see another year. Ahead of us begins a very important month in the Islamic calendar, the holy month of Rajab al-Haram. It stands alone out of the four months which God has declared sacred Rajab, Dhul-Qida, Dhul-Hijja, and Muharram. It also opens the series of three holy months culminating in Ramadan: Rajab, Shaban, and Ramadan. During these three months everyone must prepare and keep himself, as much as possible, away from low traits, bad manners and sins.

The following hadiths shows the importance of this month:

It has been mentioned by Abu Nu’`aym in his Hilya from Anas Ibn Malik (Radi’Allahu Anh) said, that the Prophet of Allah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) used to make the following du`a, when the month of Rajab came in:

Allahuma Barik lana fi Rajaba wa Sha`bana wa ballighna Ramadan
(O Allah bless us in Rajab and Sha`ban and let us reach Ramadan)

It has been mentioned by Abu’l-Fath ibn Abi ’l-Fawaris in his `Amali and Imam as-Suyuti has also mentioned in his Jami` as-Saghir from Hasan al-Basri that the Prophet of Allah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) said:

Rajab is the month of Allah (Subhaanahu Wata’ala). Sha`ban is my month. Ramadan is the month of my Ummah (community).

From the above hadith, it shows that it is preferable to make du`a, to live through the coming months, in order to perform good actions in them, because a believer increases his goodness with age. The best of people is the one who lives long and performs good actions.

Fasting during the Holy month of Rajab

Fasting the months of Rajab and Sha`ban as a nafila or supererogatory worship is recommended, with the intention of following the Sunnah of the Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) by which the merit of this fast has clearly been established.

Relevant in this context is another traditional report related to us by Shaikh Imam Hibatu’llah ibn al-Mubarak as-Saqati (Radi’Allahu Anh). According to this report, Allah’s Messenger (Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) said:

The month of Rajab is a glorious month indeed. If someone has fasted for one day in Rajab, Allah (Subhaanahu Wata’ala) will record it in his credit column as the fast of a thousand years.

If someone has fasted for two days in Rajab, Allah (Subhaanahu Wata’ala) will record it in his credit column as the fast of two thousand years.

If someone has fasted for three days in Rajab, Allah (Subhaanahu Wata’ala) it in his credit column as the fast of three thousand years.

If someone has fasted for seven days in Rajab, all the seven gates of Hell (Jahannam) wil be locked to make sure that he stays out of it.

If someone has fasted for eight days in Rajab, al the eight gates of the Garden of Paradise will be held open for him, so that he may enter by whichever gate he chooses.

If someone has fasted for fifteen days in Rajab, all his bad deeds will be replaced by good deeds, and a crier will call out from heaven above: “Allah has now forgiven you, so use the opportunity to set about good work anew!”

……..” It is most important, however, that none of you should neglect the First Friday in Rajab, for it is the night that the angels call the Night of (the Granting of) Wishes (Lailat ar-Ragha’ib). This is because, by the time the first third of the night has elapsed, there will not be a single angel still at large in the heavens, nor in any region of the earth bar one. They will all be gathered together in the Ka’ba and the area immediately surrounding it. Allah (Exalted is He) will condescend to notice that they have assembled there, and He will say: “My angels, ask Me for whatever you wish!” Their response to this will be: “Our Lord, the request we wish to make is that You grant forgiveness to those who faithfully keep the fast in Rajab,” whereupon Allah (Subhaanahu Wata’ala) will tell them: “That I have already done!”

Special Prayers during the Month of Rajab

The first Thursday of the holy month Rajab is both known as the “Night of wishes” or “Lailat Al-Ragha’ib” during which is performed the Salat Al-Ragha’ib. This sunnah prayer is performed between Magrib and Isha and it consists of 12 rakats (units) done in pairs (i.e. after each two rakats you must give Salams).

In each unit recite, Surah Al-Fatiha (1 time), Surah Al Qadr (3 times) and Surah Al Ikhlas (12 times)

Upon completing the 12 rakats recite the following:

Recite Salawaat on Prophet Muhammed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) (70 times) while sitting:

اللھم صل علی محمد النبي الامي وعلی آله
“Allahumma Salli ‘Ala Muhammad, AnNabiyyil Ummiyi, Wa ‘Ala Aalihi”
O Allah send blessings on Muhammad, the Ummi Prophet, and on his descendants.

Recite Tasbeeh (70 times) in Sajdah:

سبوح قدوس رب الملائكة والروح
“SubbuHun Quddusun, Rabbul Malaikati Warruh”
Holy and most Holy is the Lord of the Angels and spirts.

Recite Istighfar (70 times) while sitting:

رب اغفر و ارحم وتجاوز عما تعلم انك انت العلي الاعظم
“Rabbigh-Fir, War-Ham, Watajawaz ‘Amma Ta’lamu, Innaka antal ‘Aliyyul Aa’zam”
O Lord! Forgive, have mercy and be indulgent about that which you know well, verily you are Sublime, Mighty.

Recite Tasbeeh (70 times) in Sajdah:

سبوح قدوس رب الملائكة والروح
“SubbuHun Quddusun, Rabbul Malaikati Warruh”
Holy and most Holy is the Lord of the Angels and spirts.

After completing all the above recitations, Ask Dua and seek your need with Allah (Subhaanahu Wata’ala) and Insha’Allah it will bw granted.

The Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) has said: “There is no one who prays this prayer that Allah (Subhaanahu Wata’ala) does not forgive their sins even if they are as many as all the bubbles in the sea, as many as the grains of sand in the deserts, as heavy as the mountains and as many as the leaves on all the trees and Allah will give them the sufa’it (power, gift) to bring 700 of their family to the paradise on the Day of Judgement even though they were supposed to go to hell.”

Lailat ul-Isra wal- Miraj (the 27th of Rajab): This is the night when the Holy prophet was taken up to the heavens to meet his Lord Allah (Subhaanahu Wata’ala). It is also known as the night of Ascension. It is the practice of the learned ones to pray 20 rakats between Magrib and Isha. This prayer can be prayed either 2 rakats or 4 rakats at a time reciting 20 Surah Al Ikhlas in each rakat. When finished you should recite out loud 100 Istighfar and 100 Salawat sharifah.

The Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) said “On this night 70,000 angels descend with Allah’s Rahmah (Mercy) and Noor (Light) searching for houses whose occupants are awake and engaged in Dhikr. The angels are then commanded to pour Allah’s mercy and blessings upon such houses and their occupants.”

Dua of Rajab

This Dua is to be recited everyday in this holy month:

Audu billahi min ash-shaytan ir-rajeem

Bismillah Ar Rahman Ar Raheem

Allahuma innee istaghfiruka min kulli maa tubtu lahu ilayka thumma ‘udtu feeh. wa istaghfiruka min kulli maa ‘aradtu bihi wajhika wa-khaalatanee feehi maa laysa feehi ridaak. wa istaghfiruk li-ni`am allatee taqawwaytu biha `ala ma`aseeyatik. wa istaghfiruka min aadh-dhunub allatee laa ya`lamahu ghayruka wa laa yattali`u `alayha ahadu n siwaak wa laa yasa`uha illa rahmatika wa la tunjee minha illa maghfiratuka wa hilmuka. laa ilaha illa-Anta, subhaanak! innee kuntu min adh-dhaalimeen.

Allahuma innee istaghfiruka min kulli dhulmin dhalamtu bihi `ibadaka. Fa ayyaama `abdin min `ibaadik aw `amatin min ‘imaa’ika dhalamtu fee badanihi aw `irdihi aw maalih fa `atihi min khazaa’inik allatee laa tanqus. Wa as’aluka an tukrimanee bi-rahmatika allatee wasi`at kulla shay wa laa t`uheenanee min `adaabik wa ta`teeayanee maa as’aluka fa-innee haqeequn bi-rahmatik ya arham ur-Raahimeen. wa salla-Allahu `ala Sayiddina Muhammadin wa `ala alihi wa sahbihi ajma`een. wa laa hawla wa laa quwatta illa billah il-`Alee ul-‘Aadheem

In the name of Allah, the All-Beneficent, the All-Merciful

O Allah, I ask forgiveness of You for everything for which I repented to You then returned to. And I ask forgiveness of You for everything I displeased You with and all that concerns me with which You are displeased. And I ask forgiveness of You for the favors which I used for increasing my disobedience towards You. And I ask forgiveness of You for the sins which no one knows except You and no one sees except You and nothing encompasses except Your Mercy and nothing delivers from except Your forgiveness and clemency. There is no god except You alone. You are the Most High, and I was one of the [self] oppressors!

O Allah, I ask forgiveness of You for the injustice I committed against Your servants. Whatever of Your male or female servants whom I have hurt, physically or in their dignity or in their property give them of Your bounty which lacks nothing. And I ask You to honor me with Your mercy which encompasses all things. Do not humble me with Your punishment but give me what I ask of You, for I am in great need of Your mercy, O Most Merciful of the merciful. May Allah send blessings upon Muhammad and upon all his companions. There is no power and no might except in Allah the High, the Exalted.

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حزب البر للإمام الشاذلي (via )

Hizb ul Barr

حزب البر للإمام الشاذلي  أَعُوذُ بِاللهِ مِنَ الشَّيْطَانِ الرَّجِيمِ * وَإِذَا جَاءَكَ الَّذِينَ يُؤْمِنُونَ بِآيَاتِنَا فَقُلْ سَلَامٌ عَلَيْكُمْ كَتَبَ رَبُّكُمْ عَلَى نَفْسِهِ الرَّحْمَةَ أَنَّهُ مَنْ عَمِلَ مِنْكُمْ سُوءًا بِجَهَالَةٍ ثُمَّ تَابَ مِنْ بَعْدِهِ وَأَصْلَحَ فَأَنَّهُ غَفُورٌ رَحِيمٌ * بَدِيعُ السَّمَاوَاتِ وَالْأَرْضِ أَنَّى يَكُونُ لَهُ وَلَدٌ وَلَمْ تَكُنْ لَهُ صَاحِبَةٌ وَخَلَقَ كُلَّ شَيْءٍ وَهُوَ بِكُلِّ شَيْءٍ عَلِيمٌ * ذ … Read More

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