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Zikr creates deep inner peace


Zikr Majlis, at Musjid ut Taqwa on November 29, 2018


Ashaar: ‘Dil pe kalme ki dharab lagaa, Laa ilaahah illallah’

Reading the Kalimah ‘Laa ilaahah illallah’ with ‘dharb’ (striking on the heart) has been found to be an effective way of treating the sicknesses of the heart. From the Ahadith of Nabi (SAW) it is known that the hearts become ‘rusty’ in the environment of sin, and the ‘rust remover’ and ‘polisher’ of the heart is the Zikr of Allah SWT. Every spare moment of a Believer in this world is not to be wasted, but to be occupied with His Zikr! Allah SWT has commanded us in the Qur’an to remember Him excessively, a command not applied to any other Ibadah. Therefore, a Muslim should not lead his life without the Zikr of Allah, or with a minuscule quantity of Zikr as this is a sign of spiritual weakness and degradation, and a trait attributed to the hypocrites, Allah forbid! As time goes and a person makes the Zikr of Allah SWT his way of life, he will slowly begin to experience the sweetness of it, until it becomes the sweetest thing for him in this world! Such Zikr leads to indescribable inner peace and contentment, regardless of outward conditions! The effect of Zikr is seen in the amazing incidents of Hazrat Mufti Muhammad Hasan Amritsari (R) whose deep engrossment in Zikr sufficed for anaesthesia during an amputation, and the removal of an arrow from the thigh of Sayyidina Ali RA whilst engrossed in Salah. When Zikr is carried out in the requisite manner, it softens and purifies the heart allowing goodness to penetrate it!

Duration Naat - Hfz R Arbee: 00:08
Duration Main: 00:29
Duration Zikr: 00:03
Duration Dua: 00:12


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