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Sunday, 05 February 2012 00:00

Durood... A True Essence of Life

In the name of Almighty Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful.

You might have gone through this word frequently and being a Muslim it is near to impossible to ignore the importance and basic necessity of Hadith e Mubarek. Hadith are considered as “ Juzz e Iman” the basic in core of Islam and it is mandatory for all Muslims to read, write and memorized Hadith Al mubarkeh for there success in this life and life after.

Sunday, 05 February 2012 00:00

Durood in the Bright Light of Hadith

Islam is one complete religion, which is based on five pillars namely as Haj, Sayam (Fasting of the month of Ramada), Zakkat, Prayers of five time a day, and Jihhad (fighting for Islam). These are not something new to discuss, even for non-Muslims. Here, to mention again just to show the link of these pillars of Islam with the sayings of Holy Prophet Mohammed (SallAllah Alihay wasullum), which proves the authenticity and importance of Hadith in Islam.

Sunday, 05 February 2012 00:00

Psyche "Nafs"

The veracity of Essence is hidden. Nafs (or Nufûs) lexically means soul, the psyche, the ego, self, life, person, heart or mind. This can be known only by Aulia Allah (Saint). Meaning of Nafs: It has two meanings. First, it means the powers of anger and sexual appetite in a human being... and this is the definition mostly found among the people of Tassawuf [Sufis], who take "Nafs" as the comprehensive word for all the evil attributes of a person.

Published in Glimpse of Tariqa
Sunday, 05 February 2012 00:00

To Travel in a Glance (Tay-al-Ard)

 

Baba Tajuddin Aulia Nagpuri. Taji Sufi Order. Ummah Tajia Organization

The elapse of Time and Distances in the vicinity, and to reach far distant places in a flick of an eye, and also means of transport for others to get there, and to call far distant things to closed at hands are “Karamat” (super natural act miracles of a saint) all this is called “Tay Al Arz” (traverse in a glance). It is a tradition & ritual practice related with Aulia Allah (friends and favourites of Allah Almighty)

Published in Super Natural
Sunday, 05 February 2012 00:00

Sense

Sense

Almighty Allah has created several creations and placed man on of all. He has blessed man with several rights and nature. He has blessed mankind with some divine knowledge from which man is unaware of. How could man recognize him self? How can he realize his powers? How can he discover the invisible knowledge?

Published in Super Natural
Sunday, 05 February 2012 00:00

Seven Stages to Acquire Saintliness

 

  1. The first Step is solicitation (desire) and quest. Unless a mystic arouses and develops this in him he cannot enter in the field.
  2. The second step is love (ishq). For this the mystic must be so firm in his desire and intentions that he should be prepared and be brave enough to face any grief in this path.
Published in Super Natural
Sunday, 05 February 2012 00:00

Exposure

 

Direct Exposition of a spiritual theme is avoided in the holy scriptures of most religious. The glare of the sun is too strong and blinding to the watery eye. If one wishes to have a view even of its penumbra, one must colored glasses. Direct facts are misleading and confusing to the ordinary man ; esoteric writers and speaker have all along clothed realities in many-hued garbs, so that those who have eyes to see may see.

Published in Glimpse of Tariqa
Sunday, 05 February 2012 00:00

Moses and Khidr

"Verily we have cast veils over their hearts, lest they should understand the Quran, and into their ears caused thickness of hearing." Moses asked God weather there was any one man more knowing than himself; and he was directed to go to Khizr. Khizr is supposed to be one Balaya ibn Malacan, who having drunk of the water if life had become immortal. Moses with his servant, Joshua, proceeded to the place where the two seas met.

Published in Glimpse of Tariqa
Sunday, 05 February 2012 00:00

Divine Immanence

Here is another story from Shaykh Sa'di's 'Gulistan' (Chap. I). A King was traveling in a boat with his 'Ajami salve'; the salve who had not seen the troubles of the sea, began to tremble and wail and gnash his teeth. A physician was sitting in the same boat. He said, "If your Majesty orders me, I shall make him quiet by a device". The King agreed. The physician ordered that the slave should be thrown into the sea, and after he had two or three dipping to be pulled up by the hair of his head.

Published in Glimpse of Tariqa
Sunday, 05 February 2012 00:00

Dhat and Sifat

 

These two terms signify respectively the Essence or Reality, and the attributes, or predicable, of the Divine Being. Dhāt is the feminine form of the Arabic word, Dhu (possessor). Hence Dhāt is that which possesses Sifāt, and is feminine in significance; it is that about which something can be predicated; and a predicate is what can be affirmed about Dhāt. This is reasoning in a vicious circle. Indeed, the definition in the Dictionary Al-Mughrab, viz.,

Published in Glimpse of Tariqa
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