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Gems: Hadhrat Maulana Aarif Umar (Daamat Barakaatuhum)


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I just thought of it as the Dhikr one does regularly or that which is prescribed by the Shaykh (and is often different according to each Shaykh as well as depending on the person) which should be done regularly and that would help attain Khushoo' in salaah...Allah ta'ala knows best

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12 hours ago, ummitaalib said:

I just thought of it as the Dhikr one does regularly or that which is prescribed by the Shaykh (and is often different according to each Shaykh as well as depending on the person) which should be done regularly and that would help attain Khushoo' in salaah...Allah ta'ala knows best

 

9 hours ago, Bint e Aisha said:

Oh silly me!! There are two meanings of pabandi in Urdu: (1) To be bound/punctual (2) restriction/ban

I thought of it as the latter due to obvious lack of brain matter! : ) 

As salamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu

Inshaallah i will ask this in detail but i have a feeling it is like how ummitaalib abla say :--)

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1 hour ago, Bint e Aisha said:

Walaikumus Salam warahmatullahi wabarakatuh 

Yes apa Ummitaalib explained it well. "Pabandi of zikr" will help attain khushu in Salah. But I still don't understand the meaning of "nafi ithbaath". 

Inshaallah i will ask dear abla 

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I sent the question to Maulana Arif Sahab. He said:

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Nafi ithbaat refers to the zikr of the kalima - laa ilaaha illallah

isme zaat refers to the zikr of Allah Allah

I now understand "nafi" in Urdu means "to deny" and "ithbaat" means "to affirm". In Kalima لا إله إلا الله, we deny the existence of any other God and affirm that Allah alone is worthy of worship. That's why it is called "نفی اثبات". 

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