Majzoob (Sufism)

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In Sufism, the Majzoob (Arabic: مَجْذُوب‎) is a wassil who is attracted by the nūr and tajalli near the hijab of the Allah mercy.[1]


Majzoobs are such murids, saliks and wassils whose qalbs are illuminated with Anwar and Asrar [ar] even before they engage in Adhkar and Awrad.[2][3]

They do not first engage in Dhikr until Allah illumines their qalbs and guides them from the very inception.[4][5]

After being illumined with Anwar, they engage in Dhikr which is not a hard task for them because in their state it is just as breathing is.[6][7]


Since the Majzoob is a wassil who has approached and reached the pinnacle of Sufism, the Sufis ascribe all sorts of Karamat and powers to them, from helping others miraculously to knowing matters of Al-Ghaib.[8]


When the Salik practices the Awrades without moderation and balance, this insanity can cause a permanent physical and mental abuse to the Sufi.[9]

People in this abused state can be seen like crazy and vagabonds near the tombs of the Sufis and in isolated places.[10]

Sometimes, the Sufis glorify the state of these Majzoobs claiming that they have not acquired this state but that it is something bestowed.[11]

See also[edit]

  • Talibe
  • Murid
  • Salik
  • Wassil
  • Muqarrab [ar]
  • Arif [ar]


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  3. "رياض الرقائق وحياض الحقائق على صلاة القطب الفائق عبد السلام بن مشيش ... - محمد بن محمد المهدي التمسماني ،الدكتور - Google Livres". Retrieved 2021-01-30.
  4. "حقائق في التصوف - علي سالم عمار - Google Livres". Retrieved 2021-01-30.
  5. "رسائل صوفية في الحقائق والتجليات الإلهية الأنفسية والآفاقية - مجموعة من المؤلفين - Google Livres". Retrieved 2021-01-30.
  6. "The Lost Sufis of Delhi: Forgotten Sufis & Heritage Encyclopedia - Syed Yusuf Shahab - Google Livres". Retrieved 2021-01-30.
  7. "كتاب سيدي علي الجمل - محمد بن محمد المهدي التمسماني ،الدكتور - Google Livres". Retrieved 2021-01-30.
  8. "التَّصوف الإسلامي في الأدب والأخلاق - د. زكي مبارك - Google Livres". 2018-11-18. Retrieved 2021-01-30.
  9. "Deobandi's (Tableegh Jamaat) Beliefs - IslamKotob - Google Livres". Retrieved 2021-01-30.
  10. "الروح الصوفي: جمالية الشيخ في زمن التيه. الجزء الأول - ضاري مظهر صالح - Google Livres". Retrieved 2021-01-30.
  11. "تفسير البدليسي 1-5 تفسير إشاري صوفي شارح لمقامات الدين الثلاث ج1 - حسام الدين علي بن عبد الله/البدليسي - Google Livres". Retrieved 2021-01-30.

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