Abu ‘l-Qasim Junaid ibn Muhammed al-Bagdadhi is one of the first, most famous, early saints of Islam. He was born and raised i...
From the many schools of thought that existed in the past, from the likes of Imam Awza’i, Imam Layth ibn Sa’d and Imam T...
What is Sufism? A Formal Explanation Part 9: The Second & Third Principles of the Path (Sabr & Shukr
It may be enough to say that everything in regards to the Deen of what we have been asked to do or not to do comes under the importa...
In order to attain maximum benefit from the daily dhikr regimen Shaykh Abdur-Rahman advises that the seeker must set a specific time...
The speaker concludes the discission, mentioning here the highest level of the soul, the Nafs ul Kaamilah (The Perfect Soul). You ca...
Why do we call someone “good”, “bad” or “evil” when human beings are in fact individuals of the same genus? Reading from the work of...
A common terminology used in tasawwuf is the word suluk. Derived from the verb ‘salaka’, which means ‘to travel; t...
In this 3rd part of this series, the Shaykh discusses the different levels one can ascend in gaining closeness to Allah through dhik...
After having established the basis and importance of Tasawuff from the previous lecture , the speaker now describes the most effecti...
No doubt there is much doubt and confusion surrounding the practice of sufism (tasawwuf). Some of this confusion stems from a number...