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In Sufism, a wāṣil (Arabic: وَاصِل; 'one who reaches')[1][2] is a murid or salik who accomplished and finished crossing the path of sulūk.[3]


The wāṣil is the sufi who has reached the spiritual stage where the divine Hijab is unveiled on his qalb.[4]

When the Hijab is unveiled on the qalb of the salik and the tajalli manifests itself before him, one speaks that the sufi has reached the maqam of the wuṣūl (Arabic: الوُصُول).[5]

Indeed, the good niyyah of the murid to follow the mystical path of suluk introduces him into the phase of salik which hangs him on a spiritual cord which connects his qalb to divine mercy.[6]


The wāṣil is presented in sufism according to several qualities which are:[7]

See also


  1. ^ Eric Geoffroy (2010). Introduction to Sufism: The Inner Path of Islam. p. 4. [...] the being who has succeeded in climbing back up the arc of divine manifestation and who has "reached God" (wāsil).
  2. ^ Leonard Lewisohn (2018). The Heritage of Sufism: Classical Persian Sufism from Its Origins. [...] an arriver (wāṣil)
  3. ^ Fethullah Gülen, M. (16 July 2010). Emerald Hills of the Heart: Key Concepts in the Practice of Sufism. ISBN 9781597848190.
  4. ^ التهانوي, محمد علي. "موسوعة كشف اصطلحات الفنون والعلوم2".
  5. ^ عفيفي, أبو العلا (25 September 2020). "التصوف الثورة الروحية في الإسلام".
  6. ^ صالح, ضاري مظهر (January 2012). الروح الصوفي: جمالية الشيخ في زمن التيه. الجزء الأول. ISBN 9796500080949.
  7. ^ الواردات والواقعات الصوفية الهدائية. January 2016. ISBN 9782745160799.
  8. ^ قطب الإرشاد. January 2019. ISBN 9782745183415.
  9. ^ الطيب, محمد بن (15 November 2018). "إسلام المتصوفة".
  10. ^ كنز الخفا في مقامات الصوفي (كتاب النصوص). January 2013. ISBN 9782745175403.
  11. ^ بد العارف وعقيدة المحقق المقرب الكاشف وطريق السالك المتبتل العاكف. January 2018. ISBN 9782745181954.
  12. ^ الطيب, محمد بن (15 November 2018). "إسلام المتصوفة".
  13. ^ القاسم/الجنيد, أبي (January 2014). السر في أنفاس الصوفية. ISBN 9782745183392.