al-Habīb Zayn Bin Sumayt, may Allāh preserve him, in the al-Fuyūdhāt ar-Rabbaniyah said:

In the Name of Allāh, the Rahmān, the Rahīm

All Praises and Thanks belong to Allāh, who causes to flow, through the tounges of the khawwāś (elect) from amongst the servants who are ‘ārifūn (cognizant) of the ‘ulūm (various knowledge) and ma’ārif (depths of cognition) which the wāśifūn (narrators) are unable to describe. He made them special, by the highest of His ‘Ināyah (Protection), with the fahm (understanding) of His Great Book, which is an encompassing ocean, a fahm originating from Divine Illuminations that was distributed amongst them where they scoop out within it’s asrār (secrets).

أُولَٰئِكَ حِزْبُ اللَّهِ ۚ أَلَا إِنَّ حِزْبَ اللَّهِ هُمُ الْمُفْلِحُونَ
They are the Hizb (Party) of Allāh, undoubtedly the Hizb of Allāh are the successful.
(al-Mujādalah: 22)

Salutations and Peace upon the wāsitah al-‘uzhmā (great intermediary) in bringing forth what it is and what they are, our master, Muhammad whom from his encompassing these fountains flows from, and upon his progeny and family who are bearers of his knowledge which is maknūn (well-kept) and his sirr (secret) which is maśūn (safeguarded).

To proceed,

This is a great tafsīr to some of the quranic verses, transmitted from a group of the kibār as-sādah (chiefs of the illuminaries) amongst the ‘Alawiyah. They are from those whom Allāh cause to flow in their hearts some of the Divine Showers and various Transcendental Knowledge, referred to by His Saying Most High:

‎ ۗ وَاتَّقُوا اللَّهَ ۖ وَيُعَلِّمُكُمُ اللَّهُ
Have taqwā of Allāh and Allāh will teach you.
(al-Baqarah: 282)

And the Messenger of Allah, Salutations of Allāh and His Peace upon him said:

‎ مَنْ عَمِلَ بِما عَلِمَ أَوْرَثَهُ الله عِلْمُ ما لَمْ يَعْلَمْ
One who does ‘amal with what he knows, Allāh will cause him to inherit that which he does not know.

This type of knowledge is the fruit from ‘amal  of the Book and the Sunnah, unadulterated from the blots of the nafs and hawā, taking heed of the siwā (other), accompanied with taqwā, in the vicinity of da’wā. The servant is not prepared for this great divine outpouring without riyādhah (devotional training) which cuts off the sources of shahawāt (desires) coupled with tawajjuh continual repairing oneself to Allāh in the matrix of divine worship.

Our goal now (al-ān) is to mention something inconsiderable from what we were informed from the best of these people (a’yān), the people of śidq (truth), ikhlāś (sincerity), mahabbah (love) and cognizance (‘irfān). It is not befitting for us in these except mere transmission from what was collected from their sayings which were scattered. What was dispersed was gathered to ease those who desire benefiting from it, from the people of hudā (guidance) and nūr (light). I ask Allah that he attains benefit from there, and he travels through, with us the best of passageways and he make that purely for His Noble Countenance and is brought close to the gardens of paradise. Salutations of Allāh and His Peace upon our Master Muhammad the trustworthy messenger and upon all of his progeny and companions.

All praises and thanks belong to Allāh.