Sufism in History Ali, the fourth caliph of the earliest Islamic period and the son-in-law of the Prophet, is considered to be the sultan (spiritual leader) of all Sufis. He provides a great personal example of the highest level of faith since beginning of 8th century. Foundation of Practice The spiritual path of Sufism could […]
Aşk evrenle kesişir; yoktan var edilişinde de, mevcut durumunda da, geleceğinde de. Aşk sınırsızdır, kişinin onda yön değiştirebildiği bir boyuttur. Ancak, kişi onda asla bir bilince, entelektüel birikimine ulaşamaz, çünkü AŞK boyutu, akıl ve mantığın çok ötesindedir. Dinî açıdan, Aşk Allah’ın nefesi gibidir; onu duyabilir ya da hissedebilirsiniz ama şuurlu bir farkındalıkla odaklandığınızda, göremezsiniz. Aşk, […]
Part One When people were amazed at Abraham for sacrificing a thousand rams, three hundred oxen and a hundred camels, he retorted: “There is nothing surprising about this. We are sacrificing our goods for our Lord, for whom we sacrifice our life. Life is more valuable than goods. Moreover, whose goods are we sacrificing to […]
Sufism has been an essential part of the Islamic tradition from its origin, that is, from the time that the Qur’an was revealed to Muhammad in the seventh century. Let me simply say that the Qur’an itself employs a series of words that designate the primary concerns of the Sufi teachers over the centuries. These […]
SURAH YA SIN The Thirty-Sixth Collection of Recitals Eighty-Three Verses Among those reported to have been revealed to the Prophet Muhammad in the city of Mecca. 1. Ya Sin. 2. This is the Recitation, replete with wisdom! 3. You are one of the messengers of God, O Prophet! 4. You are set on a straight […]
Divine Recollection As the Essence of Islam Someone proposed to me recently that love of God and love of neighbor is the essence of Christianity, and they asked what was the essence of Islam. Here are some thoughts on this question: When all is said and done the Islamic revelation, and Islamic spirituality in all […]
Seek, and you shall find. As you study all religions, to find their interpretation of spirituality, you will discover the divine touch in each. The more places you look, the better your understanding will be. I don’t care what religion you come from! I think that all religions do good, and all of them have good and bad people in them.
Every religion has people who understand it’s teaching, and people who imagine themselves wise, and who are wise. I chose the Sufi Islamic path because I believe it is the easiest and most direct form of getting to know oneself without intermediaries; certainly, it is my path. I care that you really know yourself. This is the greatest gift, and you can only give it to yourself.
We each have the divine spark placed in us. It is our responsibility to make the connection, to awaken to the light, to open our eyes to the light within us, and to live in accordance to the divine light once discovered.
All religions join in a unity. It is the love of God. It is the proclamation from the very depth of the seekers heart for God. It seeks God’s reality and divinity.
All consciously awakening people seek to know themselves, to better themselves, and in removing the veils from ourselves, we find our light within.
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Oh the seeker who wishes to learn the chemistry of secrets and follow the path of the ones who have found salvation! If you wish to know yourself, know that the One who created you has created you with two sides. One is your outside and the other is your inside.: Your outside is visible, […]
16:88 Those who rejected, and repelled others from the path of God, We have added them retribution over the retribution, for what they had corrupted. 16:89 And the Day We send to every nation a witness against them from themselves, and We have brought you as a witness against these. And We have sent down […]