The 99 Beautiful Names of Allah (Asma al-Husna, Names of Beauty)

 

The Most Beautiful Names

Simple Translation

The Sufi Book of Life

Physicians of the Heart

1

ar-Rahman

rah-MAAN

 The Beneficent

The Sun of Love

Endless, unconditional, infinite love. Root word means "womb".

2

ar-Rahim

ra-HEEM

 The Merciful

The Moon of Love

The embodiment of loving mercy, poured forth to all beings and things.

Root word means "womb".

3

al-Malik

MA-lik

 The Sovereign Lord

The "I Can" Power of the Cosmos

All-inclusive majestic embrace, holding the inner essence of everything.

4

al-Quddus

kood-DOOS

 The Holy and Pure

Sacred Space

Always purifying and distancing, leaving behind clinging to the emphemeral for the true home of intimate union, eternal reality.

5

as-Salaam

sa-LAAM

 The Source of Peace

Peace at the Beginning

Perfect, complete peace from a root meaning "to be safe".

6

al-Mu'min

MU'-min

 The Inspirer of Faith

"Mu" is a prefix meaning "the one who does or causes" what follows.

Support

Real faith and trust, divine gift that lets us feel safe, confident and secure in God alone (the One) apart from secondary causes.

7

al-Muhaymin

mu-HAI-min

 The Protector

Protection

Preserves the essence of a thing from the vicissitudes of time. The eternal in the thing, the purity of what it is in reality, is protected from being harmed by any temporal cause.

8

al-'Aziz

'a-ZEEZ

 The Mighty  

The Strength of Form

True worth, utmost dignity and strenght directly from God, sweet, rare and precious like a baby eagle.

9

al-Jabbar

ja-BAAR

 The Compeller

Repair and Restoration

Healing strength that allows you to accomplish and act in the world, strength to heal brokenness.

10

al-Mutakabbir

mu-ta-KAB-bir

 The Majestic

Concentration

Ever-expanding cosmic wave removing all boundaries, always transcending, enabling one to become incomparably vast, good and great.

11

al-Khaliq

KHAA-lik

 The Creator

Carving and Forming

The active, dynamic source of continuous creation.

12

al-Bari'

BAA-ri'

 The Evolver

Radiating Creativity

Originator of individuation. God creates the universe well-proportioned and free from defects. For human beings, healing, becoming pure, free of guilt or illness.

13

al-Musawwir

mu-SAHW-wir

 The Fashioner

Designing and Training

Continuously shapes the heart and all things. The infinite is given a finite shape.

14

al-Ghaffar

gha-FAAR

 The Forgiver  

Burning away Tension

and Hurt

Inexhaustible forgiveness, though you repeat the same error over and over, salve for self-loathing, guilt and blame.  Heals dryness, covers over faults.

15

al-Qahhar

kah-HAAR

The Subduer

 

Natural Power

Overwhelming strength. Consumes otherness, leaves only Allah. Defeats your lower self without breaking you.

16

al-Wahab

wah-HAB

 The Bestower

Flowing Blessings

Continuous flow of divine blessings, refreshment, super-abundant 'rain of grace' with no scarcity.

17

ar-Razzaq

raz-ZAAK

 The Sustainer/Provider

Sustenance

Daily sustenance. Endless gifts of food, water, compassion, mercy, love. Provision on all levels, for each need.

18

al-Fatah

fat-TAAH

 The Opener

Opening to Unity's Breath

Opening, beginning. Clears away obstacles, opens the path to success,  opens the heart to love and ecstasy.

19

al-'Alim

'a-LEEM

The All-Knowing

Understanding Names

and Forms

Omniscient, all-inclusive knowledge of God, both inner and outer. Knower of inward secret hearts. Wisdom that heals and discerns.

20

al-Qabid

KAA-bid

The Constrictor

(Paired opposite qualities affecting one's hal (spiritual state).

Contracting Boundaries

Contraction and expansion are natural. Qabid, the sober remedy for unhealthy attachment to ecstasy and desperation to escape lower states. 

21

al-Basit

BAA-sit

The Expander

 (Paired opposite qualities affecting one's hal (spiritual state).

Expanding Boundaries

The only source of expansion. Ecstasy in eating, drinking, smelling, music, natural beauty. Increasing grandeur until your joy uplifts all beings and you lose yourself in God.

22

al-Khafid

KHAA-fid

The Abaser

 (Paired opposite qualities affecting one's makaam (spiritual station).

Diminishment

The one who lowers beings' spiritual stations. Knowing God's compassion alone facilitates your grade of realization can bring contentment.

23

ar-Rafi'

RAA-fi'

The Exalter

 (Paired opposite qualities affecting one's maqaam (spiritual station).

Exaltation

The one who raises beings' spiritual stations, the exalter, allowing transcendence of lower states, healing, and becoming free.

24

 

al-Mu'izz

mu-'IZZ

The Honorer

(Paired opposite qualities)

High "Self" Esteem

 

The one can make us/give us Aziz; the sweetness, dignity and strength that flows from a knowledge of essential worth or inner value, something precious like a baby eagle.

25

al-Mudhill

mu-DHIL

(or Muzil)

The Dishonorer

(Paired opposite qualities)

Low "Self" Esteem

Empowers you to face your lowest self. Humiliation, and bowing low before God, can begin dissolving the false (egoic, separate) self.

26

as-Sami

sa-MEE'

 The All-Hearing

Awakened Hearing

Hearing everything, manifest and unmanifest including the sound beyond sound. The essence of sound itself is discovered in the heart. The heart becomes an ear.

27

al-Basir

Ba-SEER

 The All-Seeing

Awakened Sight

Seeing and understanding everything, manifest and unmanifest. Over comes sense of alienation to live in the vision of God.

28

al-Hakam

HA-kam

The Judge

Sacred Sixth Sense

Discerning, pervasive, precise wisdom. Finding truth in confusing conditions.

29

al-'Adl

'ADL

The Just

Putting Things in Order

Fluid mercy brings all that exists into balance and harmony. Balances the Names of Beauty and of Power.

30

al-Latif

la-TEEF

 The Subtle

Subtle Mystery

Antidote to coarsness of ego,  subtle love reveals the finest mysteries.

31

al-Khabir

kha-BEER

 The Aware

The Seed of Potential

Inner knowledge. Insight down to the most secret places of the earth. Being tested to reach the depth of the secret.

32

al-Halim

ha-LEEM

The Forbearing

Dissolving Chains

Tender, gentle, kind love, manifesting everywhere.  Antidote to irritation and anger. Dreams, visions and creativity can arise here.

33

al-'Azim

'a-DHEEM (We use the regional-accented "Z".)

 The Great

Flexible Strength

Awesome, overwhelming Divine Presence. The Infinite in the essential self and the world outside, balanced to accomplish extraordinary aims.

34

al-Ghafur

gha-FOOR

All-Forgiving

The Forgiveness of Light

Forgiveness down to the deepest secrets of the heart,  allowing acceptance and forgiveness for our worst actions and worst sufferings. 

35

ash-Shakur

sha-KOOR

 The Appreciative

Gratitude, Giving Back

The One Who sends gratitude to the depth of the lover's heart. Remedy for dissatisfaction with the world, causing the heart to overflow like a fountain.

36

al-'Ali

'A-leeyy

 The Most High

Experiencing Life at It's Peak

The exalted Transcendent beyond form, the Heart Throne of God high above oceans of infinite mercy. Heals attachment to reputation and rank.

37

al-Kabir

ka-BEER

 The Most Great

Outward Creative Power

Vastness beyond expansion and contraction. Infinite nature of God, ocean without shore, remedy for imprisonment in mental constructs.

38

al-Hafiz

ha-FEEZ (Arabic  speakers use "DH".)

 The Preserver

Remembrance and Preservation

Allah protects everything down to the smallest particle, nothing forgotten or lost. Heals hopelessness, fear, despair.

39

al-Muqit

mu-KEET

 The Maintainer

Embodying a Steady State

Trusted, reliable source of sustenance, feeding and nourishing everything as with food and breath.

40

al-Hasib

ha-SEEB

 The Reckoner

Feeling Divinity in the Details

Recording and accounting for the full meaning of everything. Again, nothing is lost. Taking responsibility for one's actions, words and thoughts.

41

al-Jalil

ja-LEEL

The Sublime

Pooling Strength

Omnipotent power, divine strength manifesting in everything without exception, penetrating everywhere.

42

al-Karim

ka-REEM

The Generous

Abundant Expression

Generosity that reaches everywhere. Unconditional, inexhaustably flowing energy that bestows endless gifts.

43

ar-Raqib

ra-KEEB

 The Watchful

Watching with Presence

Protection and watchfulness, the inner concentration and quietude of watching over what is loved, like watching the stars or a sleeping baby.

44

al-Mujib

mu-JEEB

 The Responsive

Reflective Listening

The One Who answers all prayers. "Call to Me and I will answer you." The act of asking is an inner light that penetrates the darkness of confusion.

45

al-Wasi'

WAA-si'

 The All-Embracing

The Heart Has No Limits

Infinite, all-embracing presence of God, expansiveness that contains  without limiting, uniting higher and lower realms. Allows melting down of rigid, habitual boundaries.

46

al-Hakim

HA-keem

 The Wise

Discriminating Wisdom

Healing wisdom brings all experience into balance and harmony. Diamond clarity from inner certainty, Spirit of Guidance; gives the ability to control passions and apply wisdom.

47

al-Wadud

wa-DOOD

 The Loving

Love Is a Give and Take

Love's intimate manifestation, including the sexual. Antidote for trouble being intimate, can also turn intense relationships toward the One.

48

al-Majid

ma-JEED

 The Most Glorious

Dazzling Energy

Sublime, infinite super-abundance, radiating everywhere, filling you. Astonishing, unexpected, surprising gift like the sunrise, illuminating all.

49

al- Ba'ith

BA-'ith

The Resurrector

(Opposite quality paired with al-Warith.)

The Return of What

Passes Away

God sends out messengers, quickens, removes blockages to the divine flow,  removes restraints, awakes beings from sleep, inertia, and death.

50

ash-Shahid

sha-HEED

The Witness

(Pairs with al-Khabir, holder of inner knowledge.

Experiencing a Universe of Unity

God witnesses everything in the outer realm without limitation; the one who embodies this witnesses what arises in perception without prejudice.

51

al-Haqq

HAQQ

The Truth

The Truth in Each Moment

The Only Reality, Truth, God. The Ground of Being from which everything is activated: light / dark, form / emptiness, absolute / relative.

52

al-Wakil

wa-KEEL

The Trustee

Meeting Challenges

The Only One worthy of complete trust. Reliable protection, making us steadfast but not rigid. Release of lower qualities for Divine ones. Cure for defensiveness, inability to trust.

53

al-Qawi

ka-WEE

The Most Strong

Winds of Change

Overpowering strength, remedy for the primitive "commanding self".

54

al-Matin

ma-TEEN

The Firm

Step-by-Step Persistence

The Firm One; constant, rhythmic and dependable, gives us mastery and integrity in failure or success.

55

al-Wali

WA-leeyy

The Protecting Friend

Friendship

The nearest friend, deep, intimate, loving, evoking complete, unreserved love, ecstatic beyond reason. Total union, healing loneliness & alienation.

56

al-Hamid

ha-MEED

The Praiseworthy

(Hamid, Muhammad, Ahmed, alhamdulillah all share this root, hamd.)

The Gift of Purpose

"Hamd" is gratitude and praise, and each creature and thing has its unique form of hamd, always crying out, "All praise flows to God!" "Alhamdulillah!"

57

al-Muhsi

MOOH-see

The Reckoner

Assessing What Is

Omniscience that quantifies and ennumerates. All is known, nothing is lost, everything matters.

58

al-Mubdi'

mub-dee'

The Originator (Paired opposite to al-Mu'id.)

Individuated Creation

The Initiator Who causes a thing to come into existence, to manifest, to move from the infinite to the finite.

59

al-Mu'id

mu-EED'

The Restorer (Paired opposite to al-Mubdi')

Reviving What Is Worn Down

The One Who returns everything to its invisible source, giving it refuge. "The ocean refuses no river."

60

al-Muhyi

MOOH-yee

The Giver of Life (Paired withits opposite,  al-Mumit.)

Personal Life Energy

The only Giver of Life, beyond secondary causes, remedy for loss of vitality and depression.

 


 

 

61

al-Mumit

Mu-MEET

The Creator of Death (Paired withits opposite,  al-Muhyi.)

Transition

The only cause of death. Every death is a fana (effacement), spiritual transformation. Physical death is the urs, the wedding day with the Beloved.  

62

al-Hayy

HAIYY

The Alive

Universal Life Energy

The only One who lives, source of all life, living presence everywhere. Beyond the relative Muhyi/Mumit, its energy & freedom waken dead hearts.

63

al-Qayyum

kai-YOOM

The Self-Subsisting

Rebounding

The only One who remains through all changes in time and space, form and formlessness. Continuous activity that gives existence to everything else.

64

al-Wajid

WAA-jid

The Finder

Extraordinary Sensing

Only source of ecstasy, present in the faric of existence. Increasingly stable levels of ecstasy, from gleams and glimmers to God as "the eye by which you see & the ear by which you hear."

65

al-Majid

MAA-jid

The Noble

(In most 99 Names lists.)

Channeling Extraordinary Power

Source of sublime and infinite super-abundance. (Add-on Name only.)

66

al-Wahid

WAA-hid

 

The One

This number one is used in counting.

Counting to One

 

The unique One underlying the many. Infinity in a grain of sand; everything is a mirror for God's face. Everything you can experience is the One.

67

al-Ahad

A-HAD

The One

This one stands alone,

Uniquely One

 

One without a second, the only one. It has no opposite, and nothing is like it.

68

al-Samad

SA-mad

 The Eternal (without needs, supplying every being's needs)

Refuge for Every Need

 

The continuity of eternity, infinite expansive space. Reconciles Ahad and Wahid, the two types of "one".

69

al-Qadir

KA-dir

 The Able

Holding the Center

All strength, purpose and will showing a specific path and goal. Unlimited capacity in us, value & meaning, cure for feeling worthless and powerless.

70

al-Muqtadir

Mook-TA-dir

 The Powerful

Embodying Power in Action

The One who has put you in this specific situation and path. Each soul has a unique purpose in life; there are no mistakes and nothing is ever lost.

71

al-Muqaddim

Moo-KAD-dim

The Expediter

(Paired withits opposite,  al-Mu'akhkhir.)

Preparing the Way

The One continually moving things forward in time; how everything happens in its own perfect time. Cure for impatience & need for control.

72

al-Mu'akhhir

moo-AKH-khir

The Delayer

(Paired withits opposite,  al-Muqaddim.)

Doubling Back on the Path

The  One who moves each thing back to its perfect placement in time, bringing things to closure and perfection, helping one to accomplish.

73

al-Awwal

OW-wal

 The First

(Paired withits opposite, al-Akhir.)

Sacred Surprise

The 1st without a 2nd; pure potential, primary source from which all things arise. Found in meditation as the still point at the height of each inhalation.

74

al-Akhir

AA-khir

 

 The Last

(Paired withits opposite.)

 

Completion

The last with no next-to-last and nothing after, final destination of all things. May be felt as the still point at the end of the exhalation of the breath.

75

al-Zahir

ZA-hir (Arabic, DH.)

 The Manifest (Paired withits opposite, below.)

The Star

Fully materialized, fully visible. The most outward and the most manifest. Allah is hidden in plain view.

76

al-Batin

BAA-tin

 The Hidden (Paired withits opposite, above.)

The Hidden Traveler

The most hidden treasure, secret of secrets, the Essence of God, totally hidden, yet not within anything.

77

al-Wali

WAA-lee

 The Governor

Mastering Life

The friends of God are protected by the power of God's love through deep intimate relationship; turning back from anger/alienation to the beloved.

78

al-Muta'ali

mu-ta-'AA-lee

 The Most Exalted

(Again, the prefix "mu" indicates "one who".)

Inhabiting an Expanded Consciousness

Divine invitation to transcendence, connecting the higher self to Allah, cure for bogging down on the path.

79

al-Barr

BAAR

The Source of

All Goodness

Burnishing

The perfect state, sweet through and through, seamless between inner and outer, potential and manifest, higher and lower self, radiating serenity.

80

at-Tawab

tow-WAAB

The Accepter

of Repentence

Returning to Rhythm

Forgiveness that turns you away from seeing grudges and faults toward perfection as you realize that Allah is always turning toward you with deep forgiveness and endless compassion.

81

al-Muntaqim

mun-TA-kim

The Avenger

(Paired withits opposite, al-'Afuw.)

Sweeping Out

Powerful balancing force that returns what is sent out; the wheel of karma, creating harmony in ways that seem tragic and violent to human beings.

82

al-'Afuw

'A-fooww

The Pardoner

(Paired withits opposite, al-Muntaqim.)

Blowing Away the Ashes

Perfect Divine forgiveness that erases faults like wind blowing away foot prints on desert sand. Nothing is left, not even the concept of "I" as forgiver.

83

ar-Ra'uf

ra-'OOF

The Compassionate

Healing Wings

Gentle indwelling love goes to the deepest place, healing the wound of not being seen by humanity, allowing rest in God amid difficulties and trials.

84

al-Malik al-Mulk

MAA-likal-MULK

The Eternal Owner

of Sovereignty

Passionate Vision

Things, ever changing, never leave the hands of God. Like reaching down into time's stream to grasp eternal essence in its majesty. Cure for lack of trust & intimacy, and fear of engaging in the world. "Whether others view you as high or low is irrelevant."

85

al-Dhul Jalali

wal 'Ikram

The Lord of

Majesty and Bounty

Overwhelming Power

and Beauty

All the jalal (powerful) and jamal (qualities) come from God's absolute essence.

86

al-Muqsit

MOOK-sit

The Equitable

New Roots, New Foundation

Divine Source giving all gifts correctly, though we may not see it--much or little to each according to Divine purpose. Heals sense of life's unfairness and also the idea that the rich are more favored than the poor.

87

al-Jami'

JAA-mi'

 The Gatherer

Gathering Gems

The Gatherer, bringing all parts back to the whole, the return home and to the real self. The grand synthesis, the great joining, an opposite of al-Quddus

88

al-Ghani

GHA-neeyy

The Self-Sufficient

(Relates to Mughni, below.)

Tending Your Garden

Treasure house of existence, source of being and ecstasy, fullness that can never be exhausted. Blesses 'the poor ones' who have renounced. Heals joylessness, boredom, meaningless, feeling of not enough riches or success

89

al-Mughni

mugh-NEE

The Enricher

(Mu, the bringer, of Ghani)

Life's Larger Garden

Allah causes al-Ghani's infinitely rich state to be bestowed on temporal creatures, who can then temporarily act as embodiments of infinite and inexhaustable ecsatic reality.

90

al-Mani'

MAA-ni'

The Preventer

The Gift of Resistance

 

 

Divine protection. Spiritual guardian, secure fortress that guards against encroachment and attacks, including inner doubt weakness. Prevents one from acting out of anger or revenge.

91

ad-Darr

DAAR

The creator of harm.

(Paired opposite qualities)

Pain and Loss

The only source that produces failure to make use of gifts, and what we perceive as harm. "To become blind to the divine intent in the unseen worlds." Helps those who need to pray for sight to see their own blindness.

92

an-Nafi

NAA-fi'

The creator of good.

(Paired opposite qualities)

Immediately Useful Blessing

The only source of what is beneficial and profitable. Lets us to make use of gifts for a higher good. Inner & outer cleansing opens the eye of the heart so there is no separation from Allah.

93

an-Nur

NOOR

The Light

The Light of Intelligence

Essence of Light, luminosity. "Allah is the light of the heaven and the earth." The light of every soul, present everywhere, all pervading.

94

al-Hadi

haa-DEE

The Guide

Most Direct Guidance

The source of guidance for the whole community, invitation to remember God (zikr), removes coverings from the heart, straight way of patience and hope, light of guidance (Nur al-Huda)

95

al-Badi'

ba-DEE'

The Originator,

Incomparable

Unexpected Wonder

Return to the beginning, to the eternal that doesn't perish. God's art that forms and gathers, like sculpting. Ultimate Source, Ground of Being, your original nature. Remedy for ego need to impose one's personal truth.

96

al-Baqi

baa--KEE

The Everlasting

The Real that Remains

What always was, always is and ever shall be. Everlasting, continuous, abiding duration of the Real.

97

al-Warith

WAA-rith

The Supreme Inheritor

Reclaiming a Forgotten Inheritance

Everything returns to Allah, Inheritor of everything of value that is left after death. Divine activity leaves limited self behind, to "die before you die," let go of the temporary (fana) and identify with what never dies, baqa.

98

ar-Rashid

ra-SHEED

The Guide to

the Right Path

Illuminating the Path

of Growth

Unerring, unlimited guidance, balancing inner life with worldly life and the unstructured nature of inner guidance (ilham) with the structure of formal guidance (hudda, as in Hadi.)

99

as-Sabur

sa-BOOR

The Patient

Perseverance

Divine power sees things through to the end. Equanimity through tests and trials without complaint, enduring the long journey of the path, standing firm, actualizing every detail of the teachings. Remedy for impatience and hasty judgement /difficulty forgiving.

Encountering the Asma al-Husna - the 99 Beautiful Names of Allah (God)

This compilation is a work in progress based on the books The Most Beautiful Names by Tosun Bayrak al-Jerrahi al-Halveti, The Sufi Book of Life by Saadi Neil Douglas Klotz, and Physicians of the Heart by Wali Ali Meyer, Bilal Hyde, Faisal Muqaddam and Shabda Khan (author's sufi titles omitted). Some things to know:

The Name Allah contains all the other Names. There are really more than 99 Divine Names (qualities or attributes) in the Qur'an and the ahadith (sayings of Muhammad, upon him be peace). Ninety-nine stands for an unlimited quantity. Also, there is some variation between different sources' lists of the Names. For instance, Physicians of the Heart includes al ma-JEED (The Most Glorious), but not al MAA-jeed (The Noble), so from that point on the names in their list differ by one number from the other two lists used here. Also, some lists use Allah as the first name while others begin with ar-Rahman (the Merciful).

Transliteration, putting the sounds from one alphabet into another, is not an exact science, and there may be different opinions about the best way to approximate any particular sound.

In Arabic, "al" means "the". It is attached to the word it follows and is not usually capitalized. When we list or discuss the Names, they are all proceeded by "the" (the Truth, the Compassionate, the Loving, the Guide), but when we invoke them, calling out to God, we use "Oh". "Oh Truth, Oh Compassionate, Oh Loving. ("One" can be added to some Names if that is helpful, e.g., the Subtle One.)

Shamsia letters and kamaria letters ("sun" and "moon" letters). So, if all Names are preceded by "al", why do we see "an-Nur, "ar-Rashid", "as-Salaam", "ash-Shakur"? Because before some letters the "l" disappears - in technical terms, is "elided". The letters r, s, n and sh (one letter in Arabic) are among these.

In the Arabic Transliteration used here, sounds not occurring in English are shown by a line under them in the phonetic spelling. Arabic sounds include (from an English-speaking perspective) two kinds of h's; two kinds of k's; two kinds each of s's, d's and t's; an sh letter; voiced and unvoiced th's (two different letters sounding like "this" (voiced) and "think" (unvoiced) and a third 'heavy' th; and a kh letter that sounds like the Scottish "loch." The letters ayn, ghayn and hamza don't correspond to English sounds at all. Ghayn is like the French r but more gutteral, ayn has been described as sounding like someone "strangling on spaghetti" and the hamza is a glottal stop. (You could search these online to hear them.) In English, the last two are both usually represented by an apostrophe, which can be confusing. Many of the 99 Names contain ayn, but only one that I know of contains a hamza: al-Mu'min (Say "moo", stop for a moment, say "meen".) Double letters are held twice as long as a single letter--you can hear people say "Muhammad" that way. English examples: "bookkeeper" and "funny yellow" (the last example is courtesy of Physicians).

Trying to pronounce words 'accurately' can become counterproductive. Do it as much as it is helpful. The word "dhikr," is often pronounced "zikr" (as it is in the Jerrahi and Chisti orders), and most non-native Arabic speakers use "Azeem" and "Zahir" rather than "Adheem" and "Dhahir". The letter dh, is the more heavily voiced th mentioned above. What is shown as a short i has a touch of ee in it.

Some Names are paired opposites including Expander and Constrictor, Abaser and Exalter, Honorer and Dishonorer, Creator of Life and Creator of Death, Expediter and Delayer, First and Last, Avenger (Muntaqim) and Pardoner ('Afuw). The idea is that all things come from Allah and that everything is balanced for the ultimate good according to his will. A hadith says that God's mercy outreaches or overcomes his justice. It is greater, but both exist, as also reflected in the differentiation between jalil (strong) and jamil (beautiful) Names and in the two sides of the Tree of Life in Jewish mysticism.

Offered with love and respect as a small doorway into the infinite worlds of the Divine Names. Ya Hu! Oh Essence! - Karima Vargas Bushnell, khalifa, Nur Ashki Jerrahi tariqa, June 2015

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