Those whose foresight is blinded in this world will be blind in the hereafter. This is the inevitable truth of the system (sunnatullah).
If Allah wishes emancipation for you, you will consider my writings well and live your life accordingly.
To be in the presence of the Divine implies duality and results in suffering and loss. To be present, or being presence itself, on the other hand, is a constant state of bliss.
Amongst the signs of not being present is gossiping, whatever its reason may be, it is always driven by the ego and the negative forces.
The signs of having reached bliss and divine grace are becoming free of the limits of the five senses, and observing the qualities of the domain of the Names via the wings of contemplation. With your physical eyes, you can observe only what you see within the visible range.. How about all of the things your eyes can’t perceive, what if you could perceive and see all the other living forms and beings? And not just those in your own system or your own galaxy and universe, what if you could perceive all of the forms of consciousness within every layer of existence, from the microcosms to the macrocosms, from the sub-atomic levels to the infinite layers of higher matter….
Come my friend, whoever you are, come to the world of thought and contemplation, enter amongst the intellectual…. Stop the imitation… don’t worry about becoming confused, chaos will soon give way to cosmos…
Of course some confusion is bound to occur as knowledge comes to invalidate your years of conditioning, but if you want to become healed of cataracts and enjoy having true sight you have to let go of your fears and accept surgery… Be realistic my friend… look at all the enlightened ones who have become the intimates of the reality, whether you take as example Gaws al-azam Abdulqadir al-Jilani or Sheikh Naqshibandi or Haji Wali Bektashi or someone else to whom you give value…
All of them have stayed as far as possible from the world of the blind and tried to apply the teachings of the Rasul of Allah (saw) and the magnificent source of knowledge, the Quran, in order to be saved from being amongst the blind ones in the infinite realm of the hereafter.
Islam is not a religion of looks, it’s not about dress codes and hair scarves. The Rasul of Allah (saw) says “one belongs to the tribe to which he likens himself” and the Quran says, “Allah will not look at your appearance but to what is in your consciousness (heart)”. While the herders try to restrict and condition you to the domain of the body, awaken and become aware of the amazing life full of wonderful experiences that you’re missing out on!
May Allah ease for us the renewal of our consciousness with the realities disclosed by the most magnificent being to have ever lived on earth, his Rasul and final Nabi Muhammad Mustapha (saw).
7 April 2007