How Was the Prophet’s ﷺ Dhikr of Allāh?
The shaikh, Dr. ʿAbdullāh Al-Bukhārī, may Allāh protect him, said:
Imām Ibn Al-Qayyim spoke about guidance [from] the Messenger ﷺ regarding al-adhkār,¹ [where] he said:
He would remember Allāh [on his tongue and in his heart] at all times and in all conditions of his, and his dhikr of Allāh would transpire along with his respiration—while standing, sitting, [or lying] on his side; during his walking [or] his riding; his moving [from one place to another or] his coming to a stop [somewhere]; his going on a journey [or] his taking up residence [in a place].
Zād Al-Maʿād, vol. 2, p. 332.
¹Plural of dhikr—remembering Allāh on one’s tongue and in one’s heart (Tr.)
Source: twitter.com/dr_albukhary. 29 Apr 22. 19:27 GMT+3.
[الهدي النّبويّ في الأذكار]
تكلّم الإمامُ ابن القيّم عن هدي رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم في الأذكار فقال:
"فكان ذاكراً لله في كلّ أحيانه،و على جميع أحواله،وكان ذكره لله يجري مع أنفاسه:
قائماً وقاعداً وعلى جنبه،وفي مَشيه ورُكوبه ومسيره ونزولهِ،و ظَعنه وإقامته"
(زاد المعاد)(٢/ ٣٣٢)
— أ.د. عبدالله البخاري (@dr_albukhary) April 29, 2022