A Sufi Perspective In Light of the Letter "B"


For Inquisitive and Free Minds...

THE BOOK OF ALLAH SAYS...

 

1. “ ‘O you who have believed; Aminu B’illahi [1]’ That is, ‘O you who have believed, believe in Allah in accord with the meaning signified by the letter B.’...” (Quran 4:136)

2. “And of the people are some who say, ‘We believe in Allah (in accord with the meaning of the letter B – that His Names comprise our being) and the life after (that we will forever live the consequences of our deeds),’ but they are not believers (in accord with the meaning of the letter B).” (Quran 2:8)

3. “So believe in Allah, whose Names comprise the essence of your being, and his Rasul, the Ummi Nabi, who believes in Allah, the essence of his self, and what He disclosed...” (Quran 7:158)

4. “As for those who believe in Allah, the essence of everything, and hold fast unto Him as their essential reality - HU will admit them to grace (rahmah) and bounty (the awareness of the qualities of the Names) and guide them to Himself (enable the observation of their innermost essence) on a straight path (sirat al-mustaqim).” (Quran 4:175)

5. “And when it is said to them, "Believe what Allah has revealed (the knowledge that the Names of Allah comprise the entire existence, your very being, and  the knowledge of sunnatullah)," they say, "No, rather, we will follow that which we found our fathers following (external deification)." What if their fathers were misguided and failed to understand the reality?” (Quran 2:170)

6. “...Verily Allah is Ghani from the worlds.” (In terms of His Absolute Essence, Allah is free from being conditioned and limited by the manifested compositions of His Names) (Quran 29:06)

7. ”...There is nothing that resembles HU!...” (Quran 42:11)

8. “Every constructed sense of self (ego) on the earth (corporeal life) is illusory (inexistent). Al-Baqi (eternal, without being subject to the concept of time) is the face (absolute reality) of your Rabb (the meanings of the Names comprising your essence), the Dhul-Jalali Wal-Ikram.” (Quran 55:26-27)

9. “Sensory perception perceives Him not but He perceives (evaluates) all perception...” (Quran 6:103)

10. “..Never can ‘You (with your illusory self - ego) see (comprehend) ‘Me’... (Absolute Reality, Absolute ‘I’)...“ (Quran 7:143)

11. “They did not justly appraise (the manifestations of the qualities denoted by the name) Allah ...“ (Quran 22:74)

12. “Rahman is established on the Throne” (Rahman established His sovereignty by creating the worlds [the existential world created by the potential of the Names inherent in one’s brain] with His Names), i.e., Rahman observes His knowledge with His knowledge, in the quantum potential) (Quran 20:5)

13. “Verily, when He wills a thing, His Command is, ‘Kun = be(He merely wishes it to be), and it is (formed with ease)! Subhan is He in whose hand (governance) is the Malakut (the force of the Names) of all things, and to Him you will be returned (the illusory self – ego will come to an end and the Absolute Reality will be discerned).” (Quran 36:82-83)

14. “Within your own selves (the essence of the self). Will you still not see (discern)?“ (Quran 51:21)

15. “And whoever is blind (unable to perceive the truth) in this life (outer life) will also be blind in the eternal life to come (inner life) and further astray in way (of thought).” (Quran 17:72)

16. “HU is the Al-Awwal (the first and initial state of existence) and Al-Akhir (the infinitely subsequent One, to all manifestation), Az-Zahir (the explicit, unequivocal and perceivable manifestation; the Absolute Reality beyond the illusion) and Al-Batin... (the unperceivable reality within the perceivable manifestation, the source of the unknown; the Absolute Self beyond the illusory selves). (There is nothing other than HU).” (Quran 57:3)

17. “...We are closer to him (within the dimensions of the brain) than his jugular vein!” (Quran 50:16)

18. “...And He is with you (the origin of your being) wherever you are (as your reality exists with His Names)... (This points to the unity of existence beyond the illusion of duality).” (Quran 57:4)

19. “...So wherever you turn, there is the face of Allah (you are face to face with the manifestation of the qualities denoted by Allah’s Names)...” (Quran 2:115)

20. “...Be careful! Verily He is Al-Muhit (the One who forms the existence of all things with the qualities of His Names).” (Quran 41:54)

21. “...Fear me (for you will face the consequences of your deeds based on the mechanics of the system; sunnatullah), if you are of the believers.” (Quran 3:175)

22. “...Which will tell them that man had no certainty in Our signs (they were unable to observe the qualities of the names that comprise their being).” (Quran 27:82)

23. “...Verily, if you follow their desires (ideas and wants formed by their conditionings) after what has come to you of knowledge be among the wrongdoers (those who punish themselves as a result of their failure to discern their essential reality).” (Quran 2:145)

24. “Set your face (consciousness) as a Hanif (without the concept of a deity-god, without making shirq to Allah, i.e. with the consciousness of non-duality) towards the One Religion (the only system and order), the natural disposition (fitrah) of Allah (i.e. the primary system and mechanism of the brain) upon which Allah has created man. There is no change in the creation of Allah. This is the infinitely valid System (deen al-qayyim) but most people do not know.” (Quran 30:30)

25. “And We have created the heavens (the stages of manifestation pertaining to the qualities denoted by the Names) and earth (man’s illusory world) and everything in between them in Absolute Truth.” (Quran 15:85)

26. “... Say: ‘Allah’ and let them amuse themselves in their empty discourse (their illusory world) in which they’re absorbed.” (Quran 6:91)

27. “...And you threw not, when you (illusory self; ego) threw, but it was Allah who threw...” (Quran 8:17)

28. “He is not questioned for what He does! (as there is no duality!)...” (Quran 21:23)

29. “...He creates whatever He wills...” (Quran 42:49)

30. “...Indeed, Allah does as He wills.” (He forms what He wills to manifest from His knowledge with Power; Knowledge – Will – Power) (Quran 22:14)

31. “...Allah does as He wills (Allah manifests the qualities of His Names that He wishes!).” (Quran 14:27)

32. “...Allah enables the observation of his innermost essential reality to whom He wills.” (Quran 22:16)

33. “...Allah (the Names [the various compositions of structural qualities constituting existence] within the essence of man) enables the realization of His Nur (the knowledge of the Absolute Reality beyond what is perceived) whom He wills.” (Quran 24:35)

34. “Whoever Allah enables the observation of his innermost essential essence, he is the one who reaches the reality...” (Quran 7:178)

35. “He who Allah enables the observation of his innermost essential reality can never be led astray!...” (Quran 39:37)

36. “...Allah enables those who turn to Him to realize their inner reality!” (Quran 42:13)

37. “He gives wisdom (the system by which the qualities of the Names are manifested) to whom He wills, and whoever has been given wisdom has certainly been given much benefit. And none will discern this except those with intellect and deep contemplative skills.” (Quran 2:269)

38. “Allah chooses (enables the comprehension of one’s inner reality) for Himself whom He wills...” (Quran 42:3)

39. “...Such is the bounty of Allah (the realization of the vastness of the qualities of the Names), which He grants unto whomever He wills...” (Quran 57:21)

40. “And whomsoever Allah wills the realization of his essential reality, He opens his breast (his innermost comprehension) to Islam (to the consciousness of his submission) and whomsoever He wills to lead astray, He makes his breast tight and constricted, as though he were laboriously climbing into the sky!...” (Quran 6:125)

41. “...but Allah purifies (from the illusory self; ego) whom He wills...” (Quran 24:21)

42. “He who purifies (his consciousness) has succeeded.” (Quran 91:9)

43. “...Know well, that (if you do not attend to this invitation) Allah will intervene between the person’s consciousness and his heart (Allah creates a barrier between his emotions and reason, abandoning him to an emotional state of existence that comprises his hell through the system of the brain) and prevent him. To Him you will be resurrected (you will reside in a realm in which the Absolute Reality will become apparent; you will be evaluated by the qualities of the names that comprise your essence).” (Quran 8:24)

44. “...Every instance HU (the Absolute Essence of Existence) manifests Himself in yet another way.” (Quran 55:29)

45. “Allah abolishes what He wills or forms (into a perceivable reality, what He wills)), and with Him is the Mother of the Book (primary knowledge; the knowledge of the ways in which the Names will manifest at every instant).” (Quran 13:39)

46. “My decision (rule) will not be altered!..” (Quran 50:29)

47. “...And Allah gives provision (both limited sustenance for the corporeal life and infinite life sustenance pertaining to the realization of one’s inner reality and its benefits) to whom He wills without account.” (Quran 2:212)

48. “...To each of you We prescribed a law (rules and conditions regarding lifestyle) and a method (a system based on fixed realities not subject to change within time)...” (Quran 5:48)

49. “The Rasul (Muhammad saw) has believed in what was revealed (knowledge that emerged from the dimensional depths) to him (to his consciousness) from his Rabb (the qualities of the Names of Allah comprising his essential reality).” (Quran 2:285)

50. “...We make no distinction between (the ways in which the knowledge of Allah was revealed to) His Rasuls...” (Quran 2:285)

51. “...Had Allah willed, He would surely have enabled the realization of the absolute reality to all of mankind...” (Quran 13:31)

52. “And if We had willed, We could have enabled every being (illusory self; ego) to realize its essential reality, but My word: ‘I will surely fill Hell (the conditions to manifest the specific configuration of the qualities of the Names that result in an infernal state of life) with jinn and man all together’ is in effect.” (Quran 32:13)

53. “Had your Rabb (the reality of the Names comprising your essence) willed, all those who live on earth would surely have had faith (in the qualities of the Names of Allah that comprise his being and all that is manifested through him), all of them entirely... So then, will you compel the people to become believers? And it is not for a soul to believe unless the unique composition of Allah’s Names comprising his essence permits.” (Quran 10:99-100)

54. “No more is the Rasul bound to do except to provide the knowledge (of the reality and its requisites)...” (Quran 5:99)

55. “There is no compulsion in [acceptance of] the religion (the system and order of Allah; sunnatullah)...” (Quran 2:256)

56. “...and never will suffering occur unless a Rasul of the absolute reality is revealed.” (Quran 17:15)

57. “And We have not revealed you except as grace to the worlds (people).” (Quran 21: 107)

58. “...but [he is] the Rasul of Allah, the final of Nabis (the summit of perfection).” (Quran 33:40)

59. “O covered one; arise and awaken!” (Quran 74:1-2)

60. “Say (O Rasul): ‘I am only a man like you (aside from the knowledge of Allah disclosed through me [Risalat], we possess the same reality).’” (Quran 18:110)

61. “And obey Allah and His Rasul...” (Quran 8:46)

62. “Indeed, the religion (system and order) in the sight of Allah is Islam (the whole of creation is in a state of submission, whether conscious or unconscious of the qualities of the Names)...” (Quran 3:19)

63. “And whoever seeks a religion (system and order) other than Islam (the consciousness of being in a state of submission) his search will be ineffective!..” (Quran 3:85)

64. “Whose heart (essence) Allah has expanded towards comprehending Islam, is he not upon a Nur (knowledge) disclosed by his Rabb (his essential reality)?...” (Quran 39:22)

65. “This day I have perfected for you your religion (your acquisition of religious knowledge) and completed My favor upon you and have approved for you Islam (complete submission to Allah) as (the understanding of) religion...” (Quran 5:3)

66. “It is HU who shapes (forms, programs) you in the womb (mother’s womb – in Arabic rahim; the productive mechanism within your essence: rahimiyyah) as He wishes...” (Quran 3:6)

67. “...But if good comes to them, they say, ‘This is from Allah’; and if evil befalls them, they say, ‘This is from you.’ Say, ‘All [things] are from Allah...’” (Quran 4:78)

68. “Your Rabb (reality of the Names comprising your essence) creates and chooses as He pleases, they have no free will (or choice)...” (Quran 28:68)

69. “Who brings the living (the consciousness of being alive with the Names of the Hayy) out of the dead (the futile state of corporeal existence) and brings the dead (the state of being blinded to the reality of one’s self or the reality of others; confining one’s existence only to the body and assuming life is going to end once the body deteriorates under the soil) out of the living (while in respect of his essential reality he is alive)? Who carries out the judgment? They will say, ‘Allah’...” (Quran 10:31)

70. “...And whoever is grateful, his gratitude is for his self (the realization and evaluation of the perfection of his essence)...” (Quran 27:40)

71. “When a [single] disaster struck you, although we had struck [the enemy] with one twice as great, you said, ‘Why and how did this come about?’ Say, ‘It has come about from yourselves (your ego)’. Indeed, Allah is Qadir (the possessor of continual and infinite power) over all things.” (Quran 3:165)

72. “...He who submits to, and places his trust in Allah, Allah will be sufficient for him (he who believes in the forces pertaining to the qualities of the Names comprising his essence and complies with their requirements, those forces will be ever sufficient for him).” (Quran 65:3)

73. “...Seek the continual manifestation of the Names of Allah (from your essence in respect of its Uluhiyyah; from the forces of the Names comprising your being) and have patience...” (Quran 7:128)

74. “And your Rabb has decreed that you serve only Him (He created you to manifest the qualities of His Names)...” (Quran 17:23)

75. “I have created the jinn and men only so that they may serve me (by means of manifesting the qualities of my Names).” (Quran 51:56)

76. “He is al-Badee (The originator of the heavens [states of consciousness] and the earth [the body] who makes things without any sample or like). When He wills a thing, He only says to it, ‘Be,’ and it is.” (Quran 2:117)

77. “... While it is Allah who created you and all your doings.” (Quran 37:96)

78. “Do you not see that to Allah prostrates whoever is in the heavens and whoever is on the earth, the sun, the moon, the stars, the mountains, the trees, the moving creatures and many of the people? But upon many the suffering has been justified. And he whom Allah humiliates - for him there is no bestower of honor. Indeed, Allah does what He wills.” (Quran 22:18)

79. “Say: ‘Everyone acts according to his own creation program (natural disposition; fitrah).’...” (Quran 17:84)

80. “And to Him belongs whoever is in the heavens (conscious beings) and the earth (bodily beings). Thus, all are in a state of devout obedience to Him (in manifesting the qualities of His Names)...” (Quran 30:26)

81. “...The seven heavens (all creation within the seven dimensions of consciousness) and the earth (the bodies) and whatever is in them continue their existence through Him (tasbih). And there is not a thing that does not continue its existence through His hamd (the reality of the Names comprising one’s essence [Rabb] is the evaluator of this continual existence), but you do not understand their [way of, discourse, disposition] disclosure...” (Quran 17:44)

82. “...There is no animate creature but that He holds its forehead (the brain; the very qualities of the Names of Allah!)...” (Quran 11:56)

83. “You cannot will unless Allah wills (your will is Allah’s will)...” (Quran 76:30)

84. “Indeed we have created everything with its program (qadar).” (Quran 54:49)

85. And there is not a thing of which its depositories (the forces comprising it) is not with us! and We disclose (the forces/qualities) according to its program. The requirements of its core creation program unfold sequentially. (Quran 15:21)

86. “No calamity befalls you on earth (on your physical body and outer world) or among yourselves (your inner world) that has not already been recorded in a book (formed in the dimension of knowledge) before We bring it into being! Indeed for Allah, this is easy. We inform you of this in order that you don’t despair over your losses or exult (in pride) over what We have given you, for Allah does not like the boastful and the arrogant!” (Quran 57:22-23)

87. “...Perhaps you hate a thing and it is good for you; and perhaps you love a thing and it is bad for you. And Allah knows, while you know not.” (Quran 2:216)

88. “Whatever good comes to you it is from Allah, but whatever evil comes to you it is from your self (from complying with your conditioned beliefs including your alleged ‘moral codes’)...” (Quran 4:79)

89. “...Indeed, the dhikr (remembrance) of Allah is Akbar (enables one to experience Akbariyyah – Absolute Magnificence)...” (Quran 29:45)

90. “...and engage much in the dhikr (contemplation on the forces of the Names comprising your essence) of Allah so you can overcome difficulties and attain salvation.” (Quran 8:45)

91. “...And remember (dhikr) Him, to the extent of your awareness of your innermost essential reality...” (Quran 2:198)

92. “Allah will never hold anyone responsible for that which they have no capacity...” (Quran 2:286)

93. Remember (dhikr) the qualities of the Names comprising your essence; your Rabb, and seclude yourself to Him in complete devotion. (Quran 73:8)

94. “So remember (dhikr) Me; so that I will remember you.” (Quran 2:152)

95. “...And remember Allah while standing, sitting, or [lying] on your sides (i.e. experience Him in your being at all times)...” (Quran 4:103)

96. “They (those who have attained the essence of the reality) remember Allah while standing or sitting or [lying] on their sides...” (Quran 3:191)

97. “And if you speak your thoughts (or conceal them,) know that indeed He knows the secret (in your consciousness) and what is [even] deeper (the actual Names that compose it).” (Quran 20:7)

98. “O believers! Let not your worldly goods or your children prevent you from the remembrance of Allah (the remembrance of your essential self and the resulting experience). And whoever does this – it is they who are the losers!” (Quran 63:9)

99. “And he who turns away from My dhikr (the absolute reality of which I have reminded him) indeed, he will have a restricted life (limited by the conditions of his body and mind), and We will resurrect him as blind on the day (period) of resurrection.” (Quran 20:124)

100. “They (the objects/idols of their worship) will say, ‘Subhan, You are! It is not possible for us to take besides You any allies. But when You provided comforts for them and their fathers, they forgot the knowledge of reality and indulged in bodily pleasures eventually leading to their ruin.’” (Quran 25:18)

101. “...And whoever is blinded (with external things) from the remembrance of Rahman (remembering that his essential reality is composed of the names of Allah and thus from living the requirements of this) We appoint for him a satan (a delusion; the idea that he is only the physical body and that life should be lived in pursuit of bodily pleasures) and this (belief) will become his (new) identity! And indeed, these will avert them from the way [the path to reality] while they think that they are on the right path.” (Quran 43:36-37)

102. “Satan (corporeality; the idea of being just the physical body) has overcome them and made them forget the remembrance of Allah (their own reality of which they have been reminded, and that they will abandon their bodies and live for eternity as ‘consciousness’ comprised of Allah’s names!) Those are the acquaintances of Satan (those who are receptive to satanic impulses and who think of themselves as only the physical body). Beware, for most assuredly, the party of Satan will be the very losers!” (Quran 58:19)

103. “[Are] men whom neither trade nor worldly dealings distracts from the dhikr of Allah (remembering their essential reality) and performance of salat (experiencing their essence) and giving of zakah (unrequited sharing).” (Quran 24:37)

104. “And when My servants ask you concerning Me - indeed I am Qarib (so close that you are naught; only I exist... Let us remember the verse ‘I am nearer than the jugular vein’). I respond to the one who turns to me and asks of Me (in prayer)...” (Quran 2:186)

105. “...And never will you find in the System (course) of Allah (sunnatullah) any change.” (Quran 48:23)

106. “...You will never see a change in sunnatullah (the mechanics of Allah’s system).” (Quran 35:43)

107. “Maintain salat (prayer; turning to Allah) with care [in particular] the middle salat (asr prayer – the constant experience of this reality in one’s consciousness)...” (Quran 2:238)

108. “So woe to those who pray (due to tradition), who are heedless (cocooned) of (the experience of the meaning of) their salat (which is an ascension [miraj] to their innermost essential reality; their Rabb).” (Quran 107:4-5)

109. “They (the believers) are awed by the experience of observing the qualities of Allah’s Names.” (Quran 23:2)

110. “...Among His servants, only those who have knowledge (of what is denoted by the name Allah and who are aware of its Might) truly feel awe towards Allah! (realize their nothingness in respect of His magnificence)...” (Quran 35:28)

111. “Certainly, I have turned my face (my consciousness) cleansed from the concept of a deity (Hanif), toward ‘Al-Fatir’ (He who creates everything programmed according to its purpose) who created the heavens and the earth, and I am not of the dualists.” (Quran 6:79)

112. “Did you not see the one who had deified his ‘hawa(instinctual desires, bodily form, illusionary self)..!” (Quran 25:43)

113. “Indeed, Allah does not forgive (apparent or discrete forms of) shirq (i.e. directly or indirectly assuming the existence of beings ‘other’ than Allah, whether external objects [apparent] or our own egos [discrete]; thereby fragmenting the non-dual reality), but He forgives lesser sins other than this (ma doona) (‘lesser sins’ here connotes the perception that actions are initiated by the self/ego rather than by Allah), as He wills...” (Quran 4:48)

114. “...Certainly, if you live in a state of duality (shirq), all your doings would surely become worthless and you would surely become among the losers...” (Quran 39:65)

115. “We will cast fear into the hearts of those who deify their egos (duality) over the names of Allah comprising their essence, and cover the absolute reality within, even though there is no evidence that their ego-identities actually exists! And their abode will be the fire...” (Quran 3:151)

116. “...Assuredly, duality is a great injustice/wrongdoing (duality, which denotes the denial of one’s essential qualities referenced as the Names of Allah, leads to one’s deprivation from these very core qualities).” (Quran 31:13)

117. “Verily the dualists (who claim the existence of their ego-identities alongside the Absolute Oneness) are contaminated...” (Quran 9:28)

118. “...None but the purified (from the dirt of shirq – duality – animalistic nature) can touch it (i.e. become enlightened with the Knowledge of the Absolute Reality).” (Quran 56:79)

119. “Do not assume the existence of a god (exterior manifestations of power or your illusory self) besides Allah. For there is no God. Only HU! Everything (in respect of its thingness) is inexistent, only the face of HU (only that which pertains to the Absolute Reality) exists!..” (Quran 28:88)

120. “Do not make [up in your mind] another deity besides Allah (do not deify your illusory selves)! Lest you find yourself disgraced and forsaken (as a result of your shirq, dualistic understanding, you will be confined to the limits of your ego rather than manifesting the infinite potential of your essence).” (Quran 17:22)

121. “Allah knows with certainty that none exists other than He. He is HU, there is no other, only HU... and (so do) the forces (potentials) of His names (angels; compositions of qualities that manifest through the knowledge of reality) and those of knowledge (those who possess this knowledge also know, and thus testify this reality) and maintain themselves in accord with this truth...” (Quran 3:18)

122. “Had there been within both (the heavens [meanings] and the earth [actions]) gods besides Allah, verily this system would have lost its order. So exalted (subhan) is Allah, Rabb of the Throne (who creates and forms existence from the quantum potential, at will) beyond the definitions they attribute to Him.” (Quran 21:22)

123. “So magnificent is He Who forms constellations in the skies (the materialization of the various compositional groups of His Names at the macro level)...” (Quran 25:61)

124. “Indeed, We have adorned earth’s heaven (configured man’s brain) with planets (astrological data) and protected it from every rebellious Satan (the purified consciousness is beyond the reach of illusory impulses).” (Quran 37:6-7)

125. “...And the stars are subjected by and in service to His command (the stars are also a manifestation of the meanings of the Names comprising their essence)...” (Quran 16:12)

126. “He governs the earth (the brain) from the heaven (through the cosmic electromagnetic energy emanating from the qualities of the Names in the form of celestial constellations [star signs] that affect the second brain in the gut and thus one’s consciousness, or from an internal perspective, through the Names that become manifest in one’s brain based on the holographic reality)...” (Quran 32:5)

127. “Allah is He who has created seven heavens and of the earth, the like of them. [His] command continually manifests among them (astrological [angelic] influences that are also manifestations of Allah’s names and their effect on creation).” (This verse should be contemplated upon in depth!) (Quran 65:12)

128. “And indeed it is HU who is the Rabb of Sirius (star)!” (Quran 53:49)

129. “And leads to the reality by the (Names comprising the essence of the) stars (the people of reality, the Hadith: ‘My Companions are like the stars; whoever among them you follow, you will reach the truth’)...!” (Quran 16:16)

130. “Had there not been a time (dahr), when the name of man was not uttered? (What is the validity of a piece of ice in the vastness of the ocean? i.e. man was not yet manifest; he was the unmanifest within the dimension of the Names).” (Quran 76:1)

131. “And [mention] when your Rabb took from the children of Adam, from their loins (semen, genes), their descendants and made them testify to themselves, [asking them], ‘Am I not your Rabb?’ and they said, ‘Yes, indeed we bear witness!’ [Of this we remind you] - lest you say on the day of Resurrection, ‘We were cocooned (unaware of this knowledge) of this’ (This refers to man being created upon the natural disposition of Islam).” (Quran 7:172)

132. “And they (the Rabbis) ask you, [O Muhammad], about the spirit. Say, ‘The spirit is under the command of my Rabb (Amr; the manifestation of the Names). And you have been given little of this knowledge’ (this answer is for the Rabbis who asked this question).” (Quran 17:85)

133. “I will make upon the earth (the body) a vicegerent (conscious beings who will live with the awareness of the Names).” (Quran 2:30)

134. “And He taught (manifested and programmed) Adam all of the Names (all potential pertaining to the Names)...” (Quran 2:31)

135. “We have certainly created man in the best of forms (with the qualities of the Names). Then We reduced him to the lowest of the low (to the/their world of conditionings).” (Quran 95:4-5)

136. “Who created you, formed you (created you with a program to form your brain, an individual consciousness and a spirit) and balanced you (the work process of your brain, consciousness and spirit)! Whatever form (manifestation of Names) He willed for you, He configured your composition accordingly.” (Quran 82:7-8)

137. “By the self and the One who formed (the brain), and inspired it (individual consciousness) (with discernment of) its wickedness (its capacity to be misguided from the Reality and the System) and its righteousness (protection).” (Quran 91:7-8)

138. “And serve your Rabb until there comes to you the certainty! (the observation that your identity or ego is an illusion and inexistent, and the only valid reality is the Names; that death is the realization of the absolute reality; the experience of the Wahid’ul Qahhar) (after this certainty, servitude to one’s Rabb will continue as the natural outcome of this process) (Quran 15:99)

139. “And man will only accrue the results (consequences) of his own labor (what manifests through him; his thoughts and actions, due to the trigger system [2]).” (Quran 53:39)

140. “During this period every individual consciousness will be requited for what he has done (face the consequences of his deeds) no injustice [will be done] in this time: verily, Allah instantly puts into effect the consequences of one’s actions.” (Quran 40:17)

141. “...And you will not be recompensed except for what you did (your own actions)!” (Quran 36:54)

142. “...And Allah did not cause them to suffer, but it was they (their constructed self, ego-identity) who caused their own suffering.” (Quran 29:40)

143. “And there are ranks based on what they manifest, so that they may be fully compensated for their deeds, without any injustice.” (Quran 46:19)

144. “Indeed, you will be tasters of the painful suffering. And you will not be recompensed except for what you did (your own actions).” (Quran 37:38-39)

145. “This is the result of what your hands have put forth. Verily, Allah is never unjust to [His] servants (Allah is not the cause of your dual perception; it is the ego or your constructed identity who attributes a separate existence to itself, hence causing duality [shirq] which leads to suffering).” (Quran 22:10)

146. “And this apparent and perceived worldly life (the lowest state of consciousness) is no other than an amusement (a delusive diversion in relation to the real) and a game (in which we merely play our roles in the script)!” (Quran 29:64)

147. “Realize well that the life of this world is but an amusement and diversion and adornment and boasting to one another and competition in increase of wealth and children... The things pertaining to the worldly life are nothing but a delusion.” (Quran 57:20)

148. “And We will surely test you (your state of duality, shirq) with fear and hunger and a loss of wealth and lives (the lives of those who are dear to you) and the produce of your labor, but give good tidings to the patient (those who refrain from reacting impulsively and wait to see how things will turn out).” (Quran 2:155)

149. “Never will you experience the essence of reality (albirra) until you unrequitedly give away from that which you love most...” (Quran 3:92)

150. “...They follow only assumption and the illusory desires of their ego (even though) the knowledge of Reality has indeed come to them from their Rabb (the reality of the Names comprising their essence).” (Quran 53:23)

151. “And they have no proof thereof. They follow only unverifiable assumptions, and indeed, never can assumption reflect the truth.” (Quran 53:28)

152. “Your assumption about your Rabb has brought you to perdition, and you have become among the losers.” (Quran 41:23)

153. “O you who have believed, avoid most assumption (guesswork about things of which you have no certain knowledge). Indeed, some assumption is an offence (leads to or is an outcome of duality). And do not spy on others (do not inspect or inquire into the private matters of others out of curiosity) and do not backbite. Would one of you like to eat the flesh of his dead brother? You would detest it!..” (Quran 49:12)

154. “And for all people a specified term (lifespan) is set. So when the end of their time has come, they can neither delay it by a single moment, nor can they hasten it [3] .” (Quran 7:34)

155. “Every individual consciousness will taste death (life without a biological body will continue eternally)...” (Quran 3:185)

156. “And never think of those who have been killed in the cause of Allah as dead. Rather, they are alive with their Rabb receiving provision (from the forces pertaining to their innermost essential reality).” (Quran 3:169)

157. “They will not taste death therein except the first death (they will forever).” (Quran 44:56)

158. During that period (the eternal life) they will see that is as though they had not remained [in the world] except for an ‘Ashiyyah(the time it takes for the sun to set below the horizon) or the period of twilight.” (Quran 79:46)

159. How can you deny that the Names of Allah comprise your essence (in accord with the letter B)? When you were lifeless (dead; unaware of your essential reality) and He brought you to life (with the knowledge He disclosed to you); again He will cause you to die (from the state of thinking you are only the body), and again He will bring you to life (purify you from confining your existence to your body and enable you to live in a state of consciousness)... eventually you will see your reality!” (Quran 2:28)

160. “And Allah causes you to grow from the earth gradually like a plant (the body that comes from the earth continues its life as consciousness). Then He will return you into it and again extract you from it. And Allah has made for you the earth an exhibition (living environment), so that you may traverse therein, on spacious ways.” (Quran 71:17-20)

161. “So when death finally comes to one of them, he says, ‘My Rabb, send me back (to worldly life) so that I may do what is necessary for my eternal future (i.e. a faithful life which I did not heed or give importance to; the potential that I did not utilize and activate).’ No! (It is impossible to go back!) His words are useless! (His request is unrecognized in the system) and behind them is a barrier (an isthmus, a difference of dimension) until the Day they are resurrected (they cannot go back; reincarnation, being re-born for another worldly life is not possible!). So when the Horn is blown (when the process of resurrection, i.e. a new beginning commences), no relationship (worldly interactions, family relations, titles or familiar faces) will there be among them that Day, nor will they ask about one another (in terms of earthly relations).” (Quran 23:99-101)

162. “[It will be] during the period the earth (the body) will be replaced by another earth (another body), and the heavens as well (individual consciousness will also be turned into another system of perception)...” (Quran 14:48)

163. “They will murmur among themselves, ‘You remained (in the world) only ten [hours].’” (Quran 20:103)

164. “[It will be said], ‘You were certainly in unmindfulness of this (you were living in your cocoon), and We have removed from you your veil, so your sight, from this period on, is sharp.’” (Quran 50:22)

165. “READ the knowledge (book) of your life! Sufficient is your self (your consciousness) against you at this stage as an accountant (witness the results of your thoughts and actions during your worldly life lest you judge others).” (Quran 17:14)

166. “If you could but see when they are confronted with the fire (suffering) they will say ‘Oh, if only we can go back (to our biological life on earth; as biological life is required to activate the forces within the brain) and not deny the signs of our Rabb (our intrinsic divine qualities and potential deriving from the Names that comprise our essential reality) and be among the believers. But that which they concealed before (the knowledge of reality with which that had been endowed) has now become apparent to them. And even if they were returned they would return to the things from which they had been forbidden, they are liars indeed. And they say, ‘There is none but our worldly life, and we will not be resurrected, if you could but see when they will be made to stand before their Rabb (when they recognize and become aware of the potentials of the Names within their own reality). He will say, ‘Is this not the Reality?’ They will say, ‘Yes, it is our Rabb.’ He will then say, ‘So taste the punishment now as the consequence of denying the knowledge of reality.” (Quran 6:27-30)

167. “And that Day (period) Hell will be brought (to enclose the earth) – during this period man will remember and think, but what benefit to him will the remembrance (dhikr) be (when he no longer has a body – brain with which he can develop his spirit)?” He will say “I wish I had done beneficial things (raised my consciousness level to observe the Names).” (Quran 89:23-24)

168. “Indeed, Hell has become a place of passage (everyone will pass from it).” (Quran 78:21)

169. “And there is none of you who he will not encounter (experience) hell. This is, by your Rabb, a definite decree. Then We will save those who protected themselves (who exhibit the forces that become manifest as a result of living one's reality) and leave the transgressors on their knees!” (Quran 19:71-72)

170. “When they are shown to each other... to save themselves from the punishment of that period, the guilty ones will want to offer their sons to the fire in their stead... And his wife and his brother; and his nearest kindred who shelter him and everything on earth so that it could save him!” (Quran 70:11-14)

171. “Indeed we have warned you of a close suffering (caused by the realization of the truth through the experience of death)! On that day, man will observe what his hands have put forth, and those who denied the knowledge of reality will say ‘Oh, how I wish I were dust!’” (Quran 78:40)

172. “On that Day the (hypocrite) men and two-faced women will say to those who believed, ‘Wait for us that we may acquire some of your light (Nur; knowledge of reality).’ It will be said, ‘Go back and seek light.’ And a wall will be placed between them with a door, its interior (inner world) containing grace, but its exterior is torment (the condition of those who fail to experience the reality is suffering, whereas observing the qualities of the Names leads to a state of grace).” (Quran 57:13)

173. “[On] the Day (during that period) Allah will not disgrace the Nabi and those who shared his faith. Their light (Nur) will proceed before them and on their right; they will say, ‘Our Rabb, perfect our Nur (increase the scope of our observation) and forgive us...’” (Quran 66:8)

174. “So Allah conferred favor upon us and protected us from the suffering of the (hellfire; the state of burning) samum (an infusing microwave radiation that is harmful to the astral body)!” (Quran 52:27)

175. “In the sight of your Rabb (the perception at the level of your essential reality manifested by the forces comprising your being) one day is like one thousand (earthly) years! (Allah knows best but I believe this verse is in reference to the perception pertaining to the dimension of life after death, for, ‘your Rabb’ connotes the state of consciousness [the perception of time in one’s brain or cocoon reality] as a result of one’s individual Rabb or composition of Names. This is not in reference to the ‘Rabb of the worlds’)(Quran 22:47)

176. “The angels and the Spirit will return to their essence in a period (which will seem to you to be) of fifty thousand years (the period of time to reach Allah in their essence).” (Quran 70:4)

177. “READ (grasp) with the Name of your Rabb (with the knowledge that comprises your being), who created. Created man from alaq (a clot of blood; genetic composition). Read! For your Rabb is Akram (most generous). Who taught (programmed the genes and the essential qualities) by the Pen. (That is) taught man that which he knew not.” (Quran 96:1-5)

178. “...And say to those who were given the knowledge of Reality – sunnatullah, and [to] the unlearned (those who are ignorant of this knowledge; the dualists), ‘Have you accepted Islam?’ And if they submit to this understanding they are on the right path; but if they turn away - then upon you is only the [duty of] notification...” (Quran 3:20)

179. “And you did not recite any scripture (like the Torah and the Bible) before (the KNOWLEDGE we disclosed), nor did you inscribe one with your right hand (hence, he may be literate in the general sense [4]). Otherwise (had you been reciting and inscribing) the falsifiers would surely have had doubt.” (Quran 29:48)

180. “But this is an honored Quran in a preserved tablet (Lawh-i Mahfuz; the unmanifest knowledge of Allah and sunnatullah).” (Quran 85:21-22)

181. “Ha Miim. By the Knowledge that clearly discloses the reality, indeed we have made it an Arabic Quran so that you might (understand it and) use your reasoning to evaluate it!” (Quran 43:1-3)

182. “...We have not neglected a single thing in the ‘READ’able (Book) of the created existence!..” (Quran 6:38)

183. “It is HU who has revealed to you the KNOWLEDGE (Book); in which there are verses [that are] precise (clear and net to understand) - they comprise the foundation of the Knowledge (Book) - and others that are metaphoric (symbolic expressions). As for those in whose hearts there is deviation [from truth; ill intent], they will follow the metaphoric verses, interpreting them for the purpose of creating discord. Only Allah knows its [true] interpretation [i.e. the exact messages these verses denote]. But those firm in knowledge (deep contemplators) say, ‘We believe in it. All [of it] is from our Rabb.’ And no one can discern this except those who have reached the essence (the enlightened ones with whom Allah hears, sees and speaks [5]).” (Quran 3:7)

184. “And these examples (symbolic language) We present to mankind so that they will contemplate.” (Quran 59:21)

185. “...And say ‘My Rabb, increase my knowledge.’” (Quran 20:114)

186. “...To whom We had given (gifted) grace (enabling him to experience his Reality) and had manifested through him Our Knowledge (the manifestation of divine attributes as the Pleasing Self [Nafs-i Mardiyya]).” (Quran 18:65)

187. “...Say, ‘Can those who know be equal to those who do not know? Only those with deep contemplative intellects can discern this’...” (Quran 39:9)

188. “And your Rabb revealed to the bee...” (Quran 16:68)

189. “And there is no animate creature on [or within] the earth or bird that flies with two wings (knowledge and power) except [that they are] communities (formed with an order based on a specific system) like you!” (Quran 6:38)

190. “...Indeed, the grace of Allah is near the doers of good (the grace of Allah reaches you by the hand that delivers it).” (Quran 7:56)

191. “...The (tree’s) oil (the observation of the reality in consciousness) would almost glow even if untouched by fire (active cleansing)... Light upon light! (The individualized manifestation of the knowledge of the Names)...” (Quran 24:35)

192. “Indeed, we offered the Trust (living consciously of the Names) to the heavens (consciousness of the self, ego) and the earth (the body) and the mountains (the organs), and they declined to bear it (their Name compositions did not have the capacity to manifest it) and feared it; but man (the consciousness to manifest the Names that compose vicegerency) undertook to bear it. Indeed, he is unjust (insufficient in duly living his reality) and ignorant (of the knowledge of His infinite Names).” (Quran 33:72)

193. “And those who strive (against their egos) to reach Us, We will surely enable them to reach Our ways (by enabling them to realize their innermost essential reality... the ability to observe the manifestations of Allah’s names ubiquitously). Indeed Allah is with those who have certainty (those who turn to Allah as though they see Him, i.e. the manifestations of the qualities of His Names).” (Quran 29:69)

194. “Except for those who have believed (in their essential reality) and applied the requirements of their faith...” (Quran 103:3)

195. “...Well-pleased is Allah with them, and well-pleased are they with Him (the reflections of divine qualities)...” (Quran 98:8)

196. “...And their Rabb will give them pure wine (the euphoric state caused by the exposure to the reality... all these descriptions pertaining to paradise, are similes and figurative representations as mentioned in the verses 13:35 and 47:15. This should not be forgotten.)(Quran 76:21)

197. “The hue of Allah! And what can be better than being colored with the hue of Allah?” (Quran 2:138)

198. “And never will Allah fail to fulfill His promise.” (Quran 3:9)

199. “As for he who gives (both of himself, i.e. his constructed identity, and from himself, i.e. from that which is valuable for him) and protects himself, and believes (confirms) the Most Beautiful (Names) (to be his essential reality), We will ease him towards ease. But as for he who withholds and considers himself free of need (of purification and protection) and denies the Most Beautiful (to be his essential reality), We will ease him toward the most difficult (to a life veiled from the knowledge of the Reality and the sunnatullah)!” (Quran 92:5-10)

200. “...Pilgrimage to the House (Kaaba, the abode of Allah in one’s heart) is the right of Allah (the qualities of the Names in one’s essence) upon all people who have the means to undertake it...” (Quran 3:97)

201. “Fight them; (so that) Allah will punish them through your hands and will disgrace them...” (Quran 9:14)

202. “You transform the night into the day, and You transform the day into the night; and You bring the living out of the dead, and You bring the dead out of the living. And You give provision (both limited sustenance for the corporeal life and infinite life sustenance pertaining to the realization of one’s inner reality and it’s benefits) to whom You will without account.” (Quran 3: 27)

203. “Indeed We have created you, and given you form. Then We said to the angels, ‘Prostrate to Adam (in respect of Adam being the manifestation of the totality of Allah’s Names)’; so they all prostrated (realized their nothingness in the sight of the manifestation of Allah’s Names), except for Iblis [6]. He was not of those who prostrated (He was of the jinn; an ego based existence).” (Quran 7:11)

204. “Thereupon Satan whispered suspicions to them (to make them aware of their ego and corporeality)...” (Quran 7:20)

205. “And he swore to them, ‘Indeed, I am from among the advisors.’” (Quran 7:21)

206. “Thus he deceived them (by imposing deluding thoughts, making them think they are the physical body; drawing their attention to their corporeality).” (Quran 7:22)

207. “And Adam disobeyed his Rabb (succumbed to his ego), and his way of life erred (as a result of being veiled to the reality of the Names comprising his essence).” (Quran 20:121)

208. “And Satan (their ego) had made pleasing to them their deeds and averted them from the (righteous) path... though they were endowed with the ability to perceive the reality.” (Quran 29:38)

209. “And [mention] when We said to the angels, ‘Prostrate to Adam,’ and all but Iblis prostrated. He was of the jinn... (thus in favor of his ego) he disobeyed the command of his Rabb (he did not have the knowledge of reality [the jinni have no apprehension of the knowledge of reality], they live purely by the ego. A.H.).” (Quran 18:50)

210. “And recall when your Rabb said to the angels, ‘Indeed I will create a human being from clay (water plus minerals).’ So when I have formed him (by programming his brain) and breathed [7] into him (became manifest to form the brain) of My spirit. So the angels prostrated, all of them entirely. Except Iblis; he (relying on his mind) was arrogant and became of the deniers of the knowledge of Truth (those who cannot recognize the essence/reality of others due to their egos).” (Quran 38:71-72-73-74)

211. “[Allah] said, ‘What prevented you from prostrating when I commanded you?’ [Iblis] said, ‘I am better than him. You created me from fire (radiation – a specific frequency of wave. Note that the word fire [naar] in this verse is the same as the word used in reference to hellfire. This is worth contemplating upon! A.H.) and created him from clay (matter).’ [Allah] said, ‘Descend from your rank, for this rank is not for arrogance and feeling superior over others. Go! Indeed, you have debased yourself.’” (Quran 7:12-13)

212. “[Iblis] said, ‘Reprieve me until the Day they are resurrected (after death).’” (Quran 7:14)

213. “[Iblis] said, ‘Because You have led me astray, (yudhillu man yashau = based on the reality that He leads astray whom He wills), I shall most certainly sit on Your straight path (sirat al-mustaqim) to prevent them. Then I will come to them from before them (by provoking ambition in them and glorifying their sense of self [ego] to lead them to the denial of the truth) and from behind them (by imposing delusive ideas in them and leading them to disguised forms of shirq [duality]) and on their right (by inspiring them to do ‘good deeds’ that will take them away from You) and on their left (by beautifying misdeeds and making the wrong appear as right)... And You will find most of them as ungrateful to You (unable to evaluate what You have given them).’” (Quran 7:16-17)

214. “[Iblis] said, ‘I swear by your might (the unchallengeable power within my essence denoted by the secret of the letter B), I will surely mislead them all (deviate them from spirituality, by making them confine their existence to their physical body and pursuing bodily pleasures). Except, among them, who are pure in essence (those to whom You have bestowed the experience of their essential reality).’” (Quran 38:82-83)

215. “Allah has cursed (Iblis) for he had said, ‘I will surely take from among Your servants a significant portion. And I will mislead them, and I will arouse in them (sinful, bodily, empty) desires, and I will command them so they slit the ears of cattle (as sacrifice), and I will command them so they will alter the creation of Allah.’ And whoever takes Satan (bodily temptations; ego) as master instead of Allah has certainly suffered a great loss. Satan promises them and arouses false hope and desire in them. But Satan does not promise anything except delusion.” (Quran 4:118-120)

216. “And certainly, upon you is My curse (separation from Me; inability to experience your essential reality, being trapped within your ego) until the Day of Recompense (the period in which the reality of the system will become clearly evident and thus experienced).” (Quran 38:78)

217. “[Allah] said, ‘Descend (to the constricted lower state of bodily existence from a life governed by pure forces) as enemies to one another (the duality of body & consciousness)...’” (Quran 7:24)

218. “You cannot turn (those who are pure in essence) against Him. Except he who is to enter the Hellfire.” (Quran 37:162-163)

219. “Verily Iblis proved his assumption (regarding man) to be correct, except for some of the believers they all followed him. And yet he (Iblis/the jinn) had no influential power at all over them! We only did this to reveal the distinction between those who truly believe in the eternal life to come and those who are in doubt thereof...” (Quran 34:20-21)

220. “‘O communities of jinn and mankind, did there not come to you Rasuls from among you, relating to you My messages pointing to reality and warning you of the coming of this Day?’ They will say, ‘We bear witness against ourselves’; and the worldly life (they had conjured based on corporeality) had deluded them, and they will bear witness against themselves that they were deniers of the knowledge of reality.” (Quran 6:130)

221. “And the jinn We created before from ‘samum’ fire (an infusing microwave radiation that is harmful to the astral body).” (Quran 15:27)

222. “And He created the jann (the invisible beings, a type of jinn) from a smokeless flame of fire (radiation, radiant energy, electromagnetic wave body).” (Quran 55:15)

223. “And [mention, O Muhammad], when We directed to you a group of the jinn, so that they may listen to the Quran. And when they were ready for it, they said, ‘Be silent!’ And when the provision came to place, they went back to their people as warners. They said, ‘O our people, indeed we have heard a Knowledge revealed after Moses confirming what was before it which guides to the truth and to a straight path (tariq al-mustaqim; knowledge that leads to the realization of one’s servitude to Allah, with or without their consent) O our people, respond to the DAI’ALLAH (the jinn perceived him as the Dai’Allah not the Rasulullah; misused words such as ‘messenger’ denoting a courier of information derive from this word) and believe in him; Allah will forgive for you some of your sins [8] and protect you from a great suffering...’” (Quran 46:29-31)

224. “Our inadequate understanding has been making us claim foolish things about Allah! We had thought that mankind and the jinn would never speak a lie about Allah. And yet there were men and women from mankind who sought refuge in men and women from the jinn, thereby increasing (provoking each other) in excessive (carnal) behavior.” (Quran 72:4-6)

225. “They turn to lifeless female deities in His stead, and hence they turn to none but stubborn useless Satan (ego).” (Quran 4:117)

226. “Indeed, they (those who went astray) had taken the satans (the deviators) as allies instead of Allah, and they consider themselves as rightly guided.” (Quran 7:30)

227. “Yet they attributed the jinn (invisible beings) as partners onto Allah - while He (Allah) has created them (the qualities they manifest are comprised of Allah’s names)...” (Quran 6:100)

228. “And we have appointed for them companions (those with satanic ideas from amongst the jinn and man) who made attractive to them their actions and desires. And the sentence concerning the jinn and man that had passed before them has now come into effect upon them. Indeed, they were [all] losers.” (Quran 41:25)

229. “And they have assumed between Him (Allah) and the jinn (conscious beings outside the human capacity of perception) a connection (i.e. associated divinity to them), but the jinn know well that, verily, they [who made such assumptions] shall indeed be summoned (will realize such a connection does not actually exist!).” (Quran 37:158)

230. “Indeed, he (Iblis and his lineage of jinn) has no power over those who believe (that their Rabb is sufficient) and place their trust in their Rabb. His power is only over those who take him as a guardian (who follow the ideas he imposes upon them) and those who associate partners with their Rabb.” (Quran 16:99-100)

231. “The Day when He will gather (resurrect) them together [and say], ‘O community of jinn, you have truly possessed (misled from reality) the vast majority of mankind.’ And their allies among mankind will say, ‘Our Rabb, we mutually benefited from each other, and we have [now] reached our term, which you appointed for us.’ He will say, ‘The Fire is your residence, wherein you will abide eternally, except for what Allah wills...’” (Quran 6:128)

232. “Did I not enjoin upon you (inform you), O children of Adam, that you not serve Satan (body/bodily and unconscious state of existence deprived of the knowledge of reality; ego driven existence) [for] indeed, he (this state of unconsciousness) is to you a clear enemy! And that you serve only Me (experience and feel the requisites of the reality), (as) this is the straight path (sirat al-mustaqim). Verily, this unconscious state (the assumption that you are merely the physical body prone to perish) has already led astray most of you. Did you not use your reason?” (Quran 36:60-62)

233. “He called to his Rabb (the reality of the Names comprising his essence), ‘Indeed, Satan (the feeling of being this body) has given me hardship and torment.’” (Quran 38:41)

234. “And say, ‘My Rabb (the protective names within my essence), I seek refuge in You from the incitements of the satans (that call to corporeality). And I seek refuge in You (the protective names within my essence), my Rabb, lest they be present with me.’” (Quran 23:97-98)

235. “O communities of jinn and mankind, if you are able to pass beyond the regions of the heavens and the earth, then pass (live without a body!) You cannot pass except by power (the manifestation of Allah’s power attribute on you). So, this being the reality, which of the blessings of your Rabb (the reality of the Names comprising your essence – your consciousness and body) will you deny? There will be sent upon (both of) you a flame of fire and smoke (ambiguity and confusion in your consciousness), and you will not be successful.” (Quran 55:33-35)

236. “And when (during death) the heaven (the identity; the sense of self) is split asunder and (the reality) becomes (undeniably clear and the ego-self disappears) burnt oil colored, like a rose [9] (the reality is observed)! So, this being the reality, which of the blessings of your Rabb (the reality of the Names comprising your essence – your consciousness and body) will you deny?” (Quran 55:37-38)

237. “Then on that Day none among men or jinn will be asked about his sin (they will begin to live the natural consequences of their deeds)!” (Quran 55:39)

238. “Certainly you will change dimensions and transform into bodies befitting those dimensions!” (Quran 84:19)

 

 




[1] What does this mean? It means: Among all the worlds that are constituted by the meanings of the names of Allah, your reality, existence, and being also comprise the Names of Allah. Your Rabb, your very Reality is the al-Asma (the Names). Therefore, neither you nor anything else around you is anything other than the manifestations of these Names. So do not be of those who fail to see this non-dual reality, and who give a separate existence to things (like God) they believe is ‘other’ than Allah. Such duality will only result in burning, both in this life and the next. For further information: Introductory Information To Understanding The Quran

[3] The incapacity of the people to discern the Nabi does not render the Nabi ineffective, but rather, suggests the end of the comprehension of that populace.

[4] See Quran 25:05

[5] “When the servant approaches Me through his supererogatory acts, I love him, and when I love him I become his ears with which he hears, and I become his eyes with which he sees, and I become his tongue with which he speaks, and I become his hand with which he takes.” (Hadith Qudsi)

[6] Iblis is the name given to a specific Jinn based existence the lineage of which continues to serve the same function. The word Satan, on the other hand, is a symbol of reference to a state of existence driven by the ego and corporeality. Those who possess satanic attributes do not believe in an eternal life after the death of the physical body, and reject the knowledge that the Names of Allah comprise their essence.

[7] The word ‘breath’ which is ‘nafh’ in Arabic literally means to blow out, i.e. to project explicitly, to manifest, to materialize. A.H.

[8] The forgiving of a sin means the elimination of the ego and the awareness that existence is none other than the manifestation of the Names.

[9] In Sufism, rose is the symbol of the observation of reality.