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{{image url="images/pics/random.php" title="Maulana Sheikh Nazim" class="left" alt=Pictures of Maulana Sheikh Nazim}}**Communal Dhikr**

Our Grandsheikh has said that if a person does not do a daily dhikr (a daily meditation, usually pronounced “zicker”) it is not going to damage his relationship with our tariqat (sufi path), he will still be in connection with our tariqat, but one who stops going to the once a week communal dhikr, he will be thrown away from tariqat.

If being lazy – not doing the daily practice it doesn’t matter, the awliya (saints) and our Sheikh will keep him in the tariqat; but one who is not attending a weekly dhikr, it maybe Friday night, may be Sunday night, may be Thursday night – the night doesn’t matter, but if he is not present at the weekly dhikr, he’s going to be thrown away.

Dhikr is a pillar, a tent pole, which keeps up the tent. If you take it, it falls down. The communal dhikr is the main pillar of our tariqat. Everyone must be present. If he is not there, he is not present in that city, or he is ill, or any obligation that prevents him attending - (is ok). (But) Don’t say, “I was working” - take permission from your boss! Say, "Tonight I must be with my people for my Lord’s service. I can’t do anything else. If you are throwing me away – I am not staying here. It is the Lord’s service tonight and I must be there.” You must go. Understand?

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{{image url="images/pics/random.php" title="Maulana Sheikh Nazim" class="left" alt=Pictures of Maulana Sheikh Nazim}}**Communal Dhikr**----Our Grandsheikh has said that if a person does not do a daily dhikr ( a daily meditation, usually pronounced “zicker”) it is not going to damage his relationship with our tariqat. ( sufi path), He will still be in connection with our tariqat, but one who stops going to the once a week communal dhikr, he will be thrown away from tariqat.

If being lazy – not doing the daily practice it doesn’t matter, the awliya (saints) and our Sheikh will keep him in the tariqat; but one who is not attending a weekly dhikr, it maybe Friday night, may be Sunday night, may be Thursday night – the night doesn’t matter, but if he is not present at the weekly dhikr, he’s going to be thrown away.

Dhikr is a pillar, a tent pole, which keeps up the tent. If you take it, it falls down. The communal dhikr is the main pillar of our tariqat. Everyone must be present; if he is not there, he is not present in that city, or he is ill, or any obligation that prevents him attending - Don’t say, “I was working” Take permission from your boss. Say, "Tonight I must be with my people for my Lord’s service. I can’t do anything else. – if you are throwing me away – I am not staying here. It is the Lord’s service tonight and I must be there.”

You must go. Understand?--- --- - ----BookTruthSprings


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