The Most Powerful Wazifa


I don’t who are you and what will u say…but i want to recite the most powerful wird wazifa even if i die. I don’t care about anything but Allah. Please guide me…thanks


Please read this by Mawlana Shaykh Muhammad Hisham Kabbani:

[excerpted from The Sufi Science of Self-Realization, Fons Vitae, 2006]:

Having attained the level of disciple (murid), the seeker knows the Truth of Certainty. When the Saints of God witness that the seeker has reached enlightenment by passing the ten steps to discipleship, they will dress him or her with six powers. These are not powers that come from an external source, but rather they are unveiled from within the heart of the disciple. When they are opened, he will find himself dressed with them.

If these six powers of the heart are suppressed by the bad characteristics of the ego, they will never be released. The ego’s selfishness cannot accept anyone except itself, not even the shaykh.

{Saying, “I am your Lord, Most High“} (Suratu ’n-Nazi`at, 79:24)

The ego’s ultimate aim is to overthrow God’s dominion of the heart and for the ego to proclaim itself as lord. The ego wants to ride and control you, and it is able to suppress these powers in your heart. You cannot release them until you pass the ten steps of the disciple. Then it is as if you have been granted the highest level of clearance, for each of the ten steps is like a new level of security clearance.

For certain government services, you require security clearance. For example, while most people who work in the Department of Labor do not need such clearance because their regular duties are not sensitive in nature, many of those in the Department of Defense do. Without such clearance, you may only access unclassified areas. High-level government jobs require high levels of clearance. Applicants must be examined carefully before receiving this high-level clearance. Their family history and criminal records are examined, along with anything else that might make the candidate a risk. This information affects the level of clearance they are eligible to receive. Depending on the level of clearance, this research might go back as far as the age of five years.

The same is true in spirituality. When the disciple has achieved these ten levels, he is cleared to access classified materials. At that time, the disciple can access the six powers of the heart, powers that are found in the heart of every human being, without discrimination. Until you access them, these six powers are pressurized by the ego. The tyranny of the self is able to oppress you. All of this power that God put in your heart becomes suppressed in a small and narrow place, due to the very high pressure of selfishness and satanic influence. The pressurized place that holds these powers is a black clot in the heart. When you have achieved clearance through progress, that place becomes easy to open. When that pressurized clot is opened, it is like aerosol releasing a nice fragrance. Like the volcano, the heart containing these powers erupts, spreading love.

The six powers are of the heart are:

–  The Reality of Attraction (Haqiqatu ’l-jadhbah)
–  The Reality of Downpouring (Haqiqatu ’l-fayd)
–  The Reality of Focusing (Haqiqatu ’t-tawajjuh)
–  The Reality of Intercession (Haqiqatu ’t-tawassul)
–  The Reality of Guidance (Haqiqatu ’l-irshad)
–  The Reality of Scrolling (Haqiqatu ’t-tayy) [When disciples receive that they can move as they like in the dimensions of space.]

Every newborn child has these six powers, because every child is born innocent. The light of innocence is lost throughout life. God does not take it away; it is suppressed and pushed down into the heart as the child grows progressively farther away from his divine reality. A child may be raised by his parents in a situation contrary to his inherent innocence (fitrah). How severe the suppression of this light becomes depends on how the child is raised and how much the child is spoiled. As the child grows into adulthood, he or she may suddenly realize the importance of balancing the inner and outer dimension of his life, in order to release the spiritual power buried within them.

Maintaining balance becomes an integral part of the seeker’s discipline. It is very important to have the inward and the outward in harmony. A person’s outer behavior must match their inner reality, or else the six powers cannot be opened. In that case, they will continue to struggle.

Once there was a student of Sayyidina Jamaluddin al-Ghumuqi al-Husayni ق named Orkallisa Muhammad who spent all his life trying to please his shaykh and be a good follower. He learned how to behave with the shaykh from the preceding story of Sayyidina Bayazid al-Bistami ق and his disciple.

One night, after making dhikr and praying the night prayer, everyone left and the mosque was closed. But Orkallisa Muhammad had hidden himself inside, behind a pillar. He was speaking to himself, like someone who speaks to his reflection in a mirror. In this dialogue, it was as if the body had one voice and the spirit another.

He said, “O Orkallisa Muhammad, you were never able to do anything. You always fail at what you touch. You failed and failed, until finally the shaykh pitied you and gave you money to buy a flock of sheep. You bought so many sheep and raised them until the sacred months arrived, but with every holiday in those months you sacrificed them in the Way of God until none were left. Your shaykh gave you money for the sheep in order for you to earn an income to help the community, but you went and slaughtered them all, and so you failed. Whatever the shaykh gives you to do, you fail.”

He was learning. He knew his self—the self that will destroy human beings. Never trust yourself and let it ride on you; you must ride on your self.

He continued, “O Orkallisa Muhammad, I make an oath that you are the worst of human beings, the lowest that anyone can imagine.” To show the sincerity of his oath, he added, “If I am not saying this with full conviction that I am the worst human being, then my beloved wife is divorced from me.”

With that oath, he was experiencing the reality of humility. He was genuinely accepting that he was the worst of human beings. At that moment, he heard his shaykh laughing, and he looked up and saw him. He said, “O my shaykh, you are here?”

Sayyidina Jamaluddin ق replied, “I was here from the beginning, O my son. Now I can open for you the six powers that are in your heart.”

Today, you have the Palm Pilot, and with its stylus you are able to bring up the information it holds. Such a stylus is not the same instrument that Sayyidina Jamaluddin al-Ghumuqi al-Husayni ق was using, but technology imitates the abilities of spiritual teachers. By moving the Finger of Witnessing in front of the heart of the disciple, the shaykh opened the six realities for him. He was uploading, bringing that information up into the awareness of the disciple. As that information was being decoded, the disciple was ascending and descending in the mosque. He was so very light, for heavenly powers were raising him.

The disciple said, “Is this part of the spiritual path?”

The shaykh replied, “Yes it is, but this does not come to someone until he humbles himself. If he keeps thinking that he is something, then he will never reach the reality that he is asking to learn.”


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