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Reply Moulavi,Ahmedshah Jamali Fayazi
5:05 PM on November 1, 2014 
Chisti Zikr

The Exercise of Paas Anfaas
For presence of mind, increase in eagerness and improvement of memory the exercise known as Paas Anfaas is most efficacious while it is the simplest of exercises (ashghaal). This exercise is a breathing exercise and its method is as follows:
Take a deep breadth. While inhaling concentrate on the word ?Allah? . Exhale vigorously. While exhaling concentrate on?hu?. Do this repeatedly.
In the beginning practise this exercise in solitude and do it until one feels a warm sensation. Thereafter, this exercise should be carried out at all times while walking, sitting, etc. In all states endeavor to establish this concentration. In the beginning some effort is required. However, after a short while one?s breathing will be so conditioned that it (the breathing) will be along this pattern without one consciously resorting to it.
(Method by Maulana Maseehullah Khan RA)
?The real aim of Paas Anfaas is that no breath of man should be empty of the Zikr of Allah, niether inspiration or expiration.?

Twelve Tasbihs
The twelve tasbihs (barah-tasbih), consists of the chanting of a certain wird in loud voices in synchrony with a particular set of head motions.
The barah tasbih generally consists of:
? La ilaaha illAllah x 2 tasbihs
? illAllah x 4 tasbihs
? Allahu Allah x 6 tasbihs
1 additional tasbih reciting the name of Allah (Allah, Allah, Allah?) may also be added at the end.

The practise of Habs-e-dam (zikr while holding ones breath) is normally for those who reach a higher level within this tariqah. The Chisti mashaa?ikh of the past performed this method of zikr by going under water or in wells for long periods of time. The present-day Chisti shuyookh have stopped this practice.