Sufi Zikr: Divine Names Ya Qadir, Ya Muqtadir for Life Purpose
Zikr is a type of Sufi spiritual practice. It is a meditation performed to remember God through the repetition of certain words and phrases. Zikr can be done aloud or silently, and can be done alone or in a group. The goal of zikr is to bring the believer closer to God and to bring peace and tranquility to the mind and heart.
The divine names of al-Qadir and al-Muqtadir can be a source of inspiration and strength for those seeking to achieve their goals and live out their life’s purpose. By calling upon Ya Qadir and Ya Muqtadir together, we can access the power of divine will and purpose. Repetitive prayer of these names can have a powerful transformative effect on our lives, helping us to overcome feelings of insignificance, unworthiness, and helplessness.
This form of prayer taps into our inner potential and helps us to understand our mission in life. As we meditate on these names, we are reminded of the fact that we are not alone in our endeavors; we are held in the arms of divine power that supports and guides us. When we call on Ya Qadir and Ya Muqtadir for assistance, we draw upon their strength, which can give us the courage to take on any challenge.
In addition to providing spiritual power, the divine names of al-Qadir and al-Muqtadir can also be a source of solace. By focusing on these names, we can find peace and healing, allowing us to let go of the anxieties and worries that weigh us down.
The power and potential of these divine names can be accessed by anyone who is willing to make the effort to discover and explore them. When we call upon Ya Qadir and Ya Muqtadir in tandem, we open ourselves up to a world of possibility and potential. Through repetitive prayer, we can gain insight into our life’s true path and find the courage and strength to take action.
Introduction and recitation by Sufi Master and Guide Dr. David D. Peck (Sufi al-Hajj Daud).
You will receive 2 audio files (in both .flac and .mp3 formats). One contains a brief intro and then the zikr, and the other contains the zikr only and can be put on loop for continuous listening.