Gnosis, Psychology and the Spiritual Journey.

Daily Wird (devotion) example

A general outline of my own daily Wird, in hopes of inspiring the reader that they may also benefit inshallah.

Upon waking: “Alhumdulillahil lazi Ahyana Ba’da ma Amatana Wa Ilaihin-nushur” (All praises due to Allah, who revived us to life after giving us death, and to Him we shall have to return)

“Alhumdulillahi Rabil ‘alamin” (All praise due to Allah, Lord of the worlds)

After Fajr: Yaa ‘Azizu Yaa Allah (100 times)
(‘O The Mighty, ‘O Allah)
After Zuhr: Yaa Karimu Yaa Allah (100 times)
(‘O The Generous, ‘O Allah)
After ‘Asar: Yaa Jabbaru Yaa Allah (100 times)
(‘O The Compeller, ‘O Allah)
After Maghrib: Yaa Sattaru Yaa Allah (100 times)
(‘O The Concealer of faults, ‘O Allah)
After ‘Isha: Yaa Ghaffaru Yaa Allah (100 times)
(‘O The Forgiver, ‘O Allah)

Also before bed, after witr prayer:

Zikr ul-Fatima (Subhanallah, Alhumdulillah, Allah hu akbar) x33

“Allahuma bismika amuta wa ahya” (Oh Allah, with your name I die and I live)

“Bismillahil lazi la ilaha illa huwa” (In the name of Allah, there is no god except Him)

“Allahuma Anta hassanta khalqi fa-hassin khuluqi” (Oh Allah, you have made my physical shape beautiful, so beautify my character too)

“Allahuma a’inni ‘ala zikrika wa shukrika wa husni ibadatika” (Oh Allah, help me at your rememberance, thanks, and good worship)

“Bismillahi a’uzu billahi wa qudratihi min sharri ma ajidu wa uhaziru” (In the name of Allah, I seek refuge with Allah and with His power from every evil that I may find or the fear of which ever haunts me)

“Ya Rabbi lakal hamdu kama yanbaghili jalali wajhika wa’azimi sultanika” (Oh my Lord, all praises be to You as it should be due to your Might and the Greatness of your Power)

“Rabbigh-firli waliwali dayya walil mu’minina yauma yaqumul-hisabu Rabbir hamhuma kama rabbayani saghiran” (Oh my Lord, forgive me, my parents, and Muslims in the hereafter. Oh Lord, show mercy on them as they have nourished me when I was young)

Surah Fatihah

Surah Kafirun

Surah Ikhlas

Surah Falaq

Surah Nas

Rabbana ( Rabbana atina fid-dunya hasanatan wa fil ‘akhirati hasanatan waqina ‘adhaban-nar.”

“Our Lord! grant us good in this world and good in the hereafter, and save us from the chastisement of the fire.” (2:201) )

Ayatul Kursi (2:255)

Durud Sharif (sending prayers to Prophet Muhammad saws and Prophet Ibrahim as)

astagfirullah (Allah forgive us) 100 times
la illa ha illallah (There is no god but Allah) 100 times, Muhammadur rasulallah (Muhammad is the messenger of Allah) 1 time
Yaa as Salam (Oh Giver of Peace) 100 times
May this benefit you.
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2 responses

  1. Thanks for sharing this. Since I don’t speak Arabic, I find these prayers difficult to say (and I won’t mention the long repetition). But what I find helpful is to say them right after salaat because I am already in the prayer mode. Sometimes, it is also a nice reminder to say one (or some) of the 99 names as they help meditate on the attribute of God and his omnipotence.

    March 14, 2011 at 10:58 pm

    • You’re most welcome, sister. To be fair, I use a prayer book for the prayers as I haven’t memorized them all yet, but insha’Allah ta’ala in time I will. I also say them after salat for that same reason. Remembrance of Allah is what we strive for, as this dunya can be overwhelming without His presence. May Allah reward you and return your kindness.

      March 15, 2011 at 2:08 am

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