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The Naqshbandi Mujaddidi order

Majzub Salik: A distinctive quality of the Naqshbandi Sufi Path

One of the sublime qualities of the Naqshbandi tarīqah, that distinguishes it from all other Sufi paths, is the initial Jazba that precedes Sulūk. Jazba means passion, the plural is Jazbāt (passions). It is an emotional quality that takes a … Continue reading

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Tawajjuh, Tasawwur, Suhba, Rabita

(Written by Shaykh Gibril Fuad Haddad, reproduced with permission) Wa ʻalaykum as-Salām wa rahmatullāh wa barakātuh: Is the concept of tawajjuh a common and accepted practice in Sūfī Tarīqahs? By Tawajuuh I don’t mean during the prayer towards the qibla. … Continue reading

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Shaykh Muhammad Tahir Abbasi Naqshbandi alias Sajjan Saeen

Shaykh of shaykhs, Leader of the Naqshbandi Silsilah, King of the Auliya, Hazrat Shaykh Muhammad Tāhir Abbāsī Bakhshī Naqshbandī Mujaddidī, alias Sajjan Sāeen, is the leading shaykh of the Naqshbandi Sufi order in Pakistan. He is an Islamic scholar, Sufi … Continue reading

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Some specific Khatams of the masters of Naqshbandi tariqah

1. The disciples and devotees of my master and shaykh, sultān al-ārifeen hadhrat alhāj Allāh Bakhsh alias Sohnā Sāeen, may Allāh enlighten his grave, should hold the halqā of zikr and meditation daily, and before the meditation they should recite … Continue reading

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Distinctive Qualities of the Naqshbandi Order

The Naqshbandi Sufi Order is a distinctive exalted and sublime Sufi order, with many qualities that distinguish it from other methods of Sufism. I will list some of them here, narrated from authentic sources. Superior Nisbat (Reference) The foremost distinctive … Continue reading

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Lessons of the Naqshbandi Mujaddidi Tariqah

Following is a short description of the lessons and spiritual stages of the Naqshbandī Mujaddidī Ṭāhirī ṭarīqah, as taught by the masters of the Mujaddidī order. It is important to know that these lessons are learned properly from a perfected … Continue reading

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