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I recite al-Wird al-Latif in the morning. If it is possible to recite both, this is best. If this is not possible, then recite one or the other. One makes up for the other.
This is fine. You can arrange a time which is suitable for them all, and if no-one can read Arabic, then reading the English translation is fine. Do we have permission to give the adhkar which are contained in the Khulasah to those not connected to the Tariqah? You can certainly give them adhkar like the Wird al-Latif and any adhkar which are suitable to the state of the person being given them. For instance, someone who has problems with the Ahl al-Sunnah understanding of tawassul should not be given poems which contain tawassul.
This supplication is for protection from a specific category of people, namely those who have wicked intentions from among mankind and jinn-kind. For their gaze to be deflected is in reality a mercy for them. It was appropriate for the state which he was in, placing everything in its correct context. It is a short but very powerful litany that should be read daily for protection from all types of evil].
The additions were added by the pious people. The rest were added by various scholars. The time of all the adhkar of the morning begin at midnight and end at the time for zuhr prayer. The time of all the adhkar of the evening begin at the time of the zuhr prayer and last until midnight. Answered by Sayyidi Habib Umar bin Hafiz may Allah protect him and benefit us by him Can people gather together to read awrad from the Khulasah? Answered by Sayyidi Habib Umar bin Hafiz may Allah protect him and benefit us by him Do we have permission to give the adhkar which are contained in the Khulasah to those not connected to the Tariqah?
Al Khulasah: The Cream of Remembrance