Munājāt al-dhākirīn (Arabic: مُناجاتُ الذّاکِرین, lit: the Whispered Prayer of the Rememberers) is one of The Fifteen Whispered Prayers attributed to Imam al-Sajjad (a). It is narrated in al-Sahifa al-sajjadiyya al-thaniya, Bihar al-anwar, and Mafatih al-jinan. According to Allama al-Majlisi, the preferred day for reciting this prayer is Wednesday.
- Our inability to remember God as we should
- If God had not commanded us to remember Him, we would have declared Him far too grand for us to remember.
- Being allowed to remember God is His great blessing upon us.
- Asking God to help us succeed in remembering Him
- All humans have the rational capability to become acquainted with God
- The hearts find tranquility only in God's remembrance and ultimately in seeing Him
- One should ask God to forgive all his acts of pleasure which was devoid of God's remembrance