Sufi Zikir, Sufi Dhikr... (Halvet-i Uşşaki)

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Dhikralso spelled Zikr, (Arabic: “reminding oneself,” or “mention”), ritual prayer or litany practiced by Muslim mystics (Ṣūfīs) for the purpose of glorifying God and achieving spiritual perfection. Based on the Qurʾānic injunctions “Remind thyself [udhkur] of thy Lord when thou forgettest” (18:24) and “O ye who believe! Remember [udhkurūAllāh with much remembrance” (33:41), the dhikr is essentially a “remembering” of God by the frequent repetition of his names. Originally a simple recitation of the Qurʾān and various religious writings among ascetics and mystics,

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  • I left it playing in the background while browsing and it was very enjoyable, occasionally saw their dancing too, mesmerising circles. It is said that in the Kali Yuga the only practice possible (becuase of the level of distraction) or worthwhile is repetition of the Name of God. Of course a lot of things are said and I don't know anymore what things are said correctly (lol) but I know I get blissed out while chanting mantra of various kinds.

    ''Our Father, who art in Heaven, hallowed be Thy Name.''

  • note the colors patch reminds yhu  of a Har Le Quin 

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    Dhikr of The Name Allah and Sufi Mystic Dance - Hadra in Islam [2/2] - YouTube
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