According to Dr Sharib:
'Al-Jabbar is the One Who dominates and is not dominated.'
Emulation of the Name implies self-control and self-realisation.
Appropriate recitation of the Name affords protection from the tyranny of
the people and if engraved on a ring it makes the wearer dear and loving
to the people.
see 'The 99 Most Beautiful Names of Allah' by Dr Zahurul Hassan Sharib
Some other references:
Al-Ghazali says that among men the quality of the Compeller is seen in
the holy Prophet Muhammed in as much as he said 'Were Moses the son
of Imran alive he could not but follow me, for I am the Master of Adams
offspring - and that is no boast'.
(Al-Ghazali - The Ninety-nine Beautiful Names of God. Trans. Burrel/Daher: ITS: 1992.)
According to Shaykh Tosun, Hazrat Ali used to pray ;-
Ya Jabbira kulli kasirin wa ya musahilla kulli 'asirin.
'O Jabbar, the One who puts together all that is broken and the one who
brings ease to every difficulty.'
The Most Beautiful Names: Sheikh Tosun Bayrak al-Jerahi al-Halveti:Threshold Books 1985
The quality of compelling others that arises in the sufi derives not at all
from his ego or personal will.
Dr Sharib once explained that the quality of being compelled by the
Divine, experienced during the ecstatic dance of the Sufis, is related to
|Bismillah ir Rehman ir Rahim
|The Compeller, The Irresistible, The One Who
Compels His Creatures to do as He Wills, The
Allah is He, than Whom
There is no other god:-
The Sovereign, the Holy One,
The Source of Peace (and Perfection),
The Guardian of Faith,
The Preserver of Safety,
The Exalted in Might,
The Irresistible, the Supreme.
Glory to Allah!
(High is He)
Above the partners
They attribute to Him.
- Qudduusus - Salaamal
- 'Mu'minul- Muhay-minul
(Qur'an 59:23 trans. Y. Ali)