Wajd or wajad is a Sufi term for the religious ecstasy induced by dhikr (the remembrance of God) or by means of sama, listening to the measured recitation, signing or chanting of spiritual verses or poetry.[1]

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  1. ^ Gribetz, Arthur (1991). "The Samā' Controversy: Sufi vs. Legalist". Studia Islamica. 74: 43–62. JSTOR. doi:10.2307/1595896. JSTOR 1595896.