'. Among some Sunni religious orders, most notably the Shadhili-Jazuli order, its recitation is a daily practice. In Fes, He memorised the four volumes Mudawwana of Imam Malik and met scholars of his time such as Ahmad Zarruq, and Muhammad ibn ‘Abdullah Amghar, who became his Shaykh in the Tariqa or Sufi path. In the midst of his search al-Jazuli encountered a young girl who was aware of al-Jazuli's famed religiosity and was bewildered on why al-Jazuli could not find pure water. Imam al-Jazuli, who compiled it, was himself a Knower of Allah. for 14 years he read the Bismillah-ir-Rahman-ir-Rahim 114,000 times every day, It is said that Sidi Muhammad Al-Jazuli once went on a journey, when in great need of water for making ablutions; he came upon a well but could not reach the water without a bucket and rope which he did not have. Imam al Jazuli then vowed to compose the book of Blessings on the Prophet (Allah bless him and give him peace) which came to be known as his Dala’il al Khayrat or 'Waymarks of Benefits.
His nisba (Attributional Name) tells us the he came from the Simlala tribe, one of the most important Sanhaja Berber groups in Jazula. . 19.9M .
be in the Prophet's hand’’~ Shaykh Nazim al-Haqqani ~, "If a person reads Dalail
Many have It is related that one day the author, Imam al Jazuli, went to perform his ablutions at a nearby well but could not find any means to draw the water up. al-Yaqoubi, ''First thing you bring into Dala'il al-Khayrat (دلائل الخیرات) or Dalaail u'l Khayraat Wa Shawaariq u'l Anwaar Fee Zikri's Salaat Alan Nabiyyi'l Mukhtaar (meaning the Waymarks of Benefits and the Brilliant Burst of Lights in the Remembrance of Blessings on the Chosen Prophet) is a famous collection of prayers for the Islamic prophet Muhammad, which was written by the Moroccan Shadhili Sufi and Islamic scholar Muhammad Sulaiman al-Jazuli ash Shadhili (died 1465). All well-to-do homes had one; princes exchanged magnificently embellished copies of it and commoners treasured it. Texts like the Dala’il were taught continuously, its inheritors becoming scholars of the Dala’il al-Khayrat, who carried out gatherings of reading the text. A young girl saw this and came to his assistance. commentary on the Dala’il al Khayrat recorded that Shaykh al-Mursi said: Share this portal with your friends and family & beloved ones. Jazuli thereupon vowed to compose the book of Blessings on the Prophet (Allah bless him and give him peace) which came to be known as his Dala’il al-Khayrat or “Waymarks of Benefits.” His spiritual path drew thousands of disciples who, aided by the popularity of his manual of Blessings on the Prophet (Allah bless him and give him peace), had a tremendous effect on Moroccan society. Many of exegesis were written on the Dala'il Khayrat - most notably by the scholar Yusuf an-Nabhani in his work Afdal al-Salawat, and 'Abd al-Majid al-Sharnubi al-Azhari's Sharh Dala'il Khayrat. themselves in the blessings on the most beloved ?, and praising him ?." of the Prophet, blessings and peace be upon him. Texts like the Dala’il were taught continuously, its inheritors becoming scholars of the Dala’il al-Khayrat, who carried out gatherings of reading the text. The girl replied it was simply by "Making constant prayer for God to bless the best of creation by the number of breaths and heartbeats." Dala’il al-Khayrat!
He took the Shadhili Path from Shaykh Abu `Abdullah Muhammad Ibn Amghar as-Saghir, one of the Ashraf (Descendants of the Prophet) of Bani Amghar village. Khayrat.