Recently we had a discussion concerning the shadhili / darqawi tariqa.
As far as my limited knowledge goes, the bay'a of any shadhili tariqa is an oath to follow the shaykh of that tariq and take a wird from him which one must recite morning and evening after subh and maghrib respectively.
And this wird is called al-wird al-'am (the general wird) which comprises istighfar (x100), salat 'alannabi (x100) and tahlil (x100).
This is the basic template used by branches of the shadhiliyya in various forms and embellishments....
For example, the original Darqawi wird consists of 100 istigharat, 100 salawat 'alannabi and then 1000 tahlils as outlined on p.28 of THE DARQAWI WAY (Diwan Press/Bewleys);
the modern Shadhiliyya/Darqawiyya/Hashimiyya has 100+100+100 and then qul huwAllahu ahad (x3) and then fatiha (x1) and ends with du'a of your own;
and the Boushishiyya have a different order of the basic backbone and other additions which one can see at their website.
Now, having talked to some of you, it seems that the murabitun do not recite the general wird like the other Shadhilis, but the diwan of shaykh al-Habib instead.
From our recent conversation, I got the impression that you seemed to know about the existence of such a wird but it didn't really form part of your daily wird.
Please do correct me if I am completely mistaken or "embarrass you with my ignorance".
The other important shadhili wird is the HIZB AL-BAHR which none of you seem to be familiar with either.
I await your clarification.
Jazakumullah khayran wal-salam.