Hamzad / Qarin / Muwakkil amal


Asalaamu aleikum,

Ya shuyookh, I hear many stories of simple people in villages controlling hamzad/qarin/muwakil.

This allows them to know everything about everyone in the village.

How is this possible? What surah/amal/wazifa/ritual do they do?


Wa `alaykumu s-salāmu wa rahmatu l-lāhi wa barakātuh 

Mawlana Shaykh Muhammad Nazim al-Haqqani says: 
There are also some differences of approach. Most Sufi paths offer aspirants a gradual unveiling of the heart’s eye, accomplished through the practice of Dhikr, the remembrance of Allah. This spiritual exercise may contain repetition of various of Allah’s Holy Names. Some dhikrs involve practices designed to break the spell of mundane consciousness and propel the practitioner into a state of altered awareness. Such practices may include repetition of many thousands of holy phrases, sometimes connected with breathing exercises and often with physical movements. Without a doubt, through the steadfast and dedicated practice of these methods, the aspirant may experience spiritual states and attain stations unimaginable in a normal state of consciousness. The aspirant may feel himself to be flying towards the heavenly goals, beholding the wonders of the mysterious and hidden aspects of creation. If your eyes have been thus opened, and if you are greatly enamored of the wide vistas you have beheld, then be warned. Should you embark upon the Naqshbandi path, your colorful plumage will be clipped and replaced with the humble cloak of obscurity. For the main difference between the Naqshbandi Way and others is that while they are giving, we are taking away. Everything must go, even your separate existence. First you will be without anything, then you will be nothing. Only those who are prepared to take such a step can be real Naqshbandi murids. As long as a drop is falling from the heavens, it may be called a drop. When it falls into the ocean, it is no longer a drop, it is the ocean. Mawlana Shaykh Nazim Adil Al Haqqani ( ق )

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