The Natural Philosophy Of AhleSunant Wal Jamaat www. Page 2. The Natural Philosophy Of AhleSunant Wal Jamaat. Hujwiri’s Kashf al-Mahjub. Proof of His Impressionability from Different Leaders and Sources. Abstract. The present paper will acquaint the reader with the life of . CHAPTER XI of Kashf al-Mahjub. by the Gnostic Ali Hujwiri . `Amr ibn `Uthman al- Makki, who shows great zeal on his behalf (andar amr-i way ba-jidd bashad), .
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One of the oldest Sufi works in Persian, it is a substantial treatise aiming to set forth a complete system mahiub Sufism. It is a well-known story that Dawud used constantly to associate with Muhammad ibn al-Hasan , but would never receive the Qadi Abu Yusuf.
Al-idtirdb inda l-ivuji id, “When he gets nothing he is silent, and when he gets something he regards another person as better entitled to it than himself, and therefore gives it away.
Reynold Alleyne Nicholson Translator. Thou art only a servant who has received His orders, and I am the same.
In some instances sharp controversy arose, and the novel teaching gained so little approval that it was confined to kasbf school of its author or was embraced only by a small minority of the Sufi brother hood. And Abu 1-Hasan Nun also says: Some of them really do beggar belief.
The Law is the Truth, and the Truth is the Law. The mukhlis purifying one s self is active, and retains his attributes, but the mukhlas purified is passive, and has lost his attributes. He oashf with his spiritual director, al-Khuttali, in adopting the theory of Junayd that ” sobriety ” in the mystical acceptation of the term is preferable to ” intoxication “.
If a person says that annihilation is annihilated, he can only be expressing hyperbolically the non-existence of any vestige of the idea of annihilation ; but so long as any vestige of existence remains, annihilation has not yet come to pass ; and when it has been hujwidi, the “annihilation” thereof is nothing but self-conceit flattered by meaningless phrases.
PovertyTthey say, is complete mahiub in which every thought ceases to exist, and Purity is one of the ” stations ” maqdmdf of Poverty?
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Con cerning Unification tawhid. I went to a mosque, but was refused admittance. Hajj Pilgrimage Uncovering of Ninth Veil: Created things are worthless in the eyes, of lovers. It is related in the genuine Traditions that Jesus, son of Mary God bless him! He mahjuub lofty sayings and admirable explanations in all spiritual matters.
He associated with many of the Followers and with some of the ancient Shaykhs, and had a perfect knowledge of Sufism. It was not, however; so I departed and journeyed towards Khurasan.
The others were ushered into the presence of the Caliph. He was perfectly grounded in the true theory of hope in Kxshf, so that Husri says: He said to a disciple who was travelling with him: Anyone who associates with the wicked members of a com munity does so through his own wickedness, for he would associate with the good if there were any good in him.
Neshat Esfahani Abbas Foroughi Bastami — Khafi f was asked: Let none imagine, however, that solitude wahdat merely consists in living alone.
His presence Jmdur with God has no end and his existence has no cause. This, however, is proper only in the intoxication of commencement ibtida and in the fervour of youth. Then I will mention the names of their holy men, and afterwards elucidate the different doctrines held by the Sufi Shaykhs.
Their hearts are wholly taken captive by love of Him and turned away from everything else. A monograph on the Southern Dialects of Kurdish, by E.
I replied, The Commander of the Faithful. Afterwards he returned to Kufa, where he associated with Abu Hanifa. He answered, Yes, the debt which I owe to God, namely, obedience to Him ; woe is me, if He call me to account for it! This page was last edited on 25 Novemberat While all the Muslims were bitterly distressed, Shaqiq saw a youth laughing and making merry in the bazaar.
How can he who has gained it choose one garment rather than another, or take pains to adorn himself at all?
If his actions were magic, all this could not possibly have proceeded from him.