|moderator||Date: Tuesday, 06.09.2011, 12:44 | Message # 1|
|Mystics come in various degrees and are at various stages, which distinguish them from others in this world below, and they are wrapped in sheaths of their bodies, breaking away from them to ascend to the divine world. They have the feelings and some unique qualities hidden in themselves obviously shown, condemned by those who are unaware of them, and praised by those who knows about them. About them we will tell you. |
If your lucky enough to hear what delights hearing, namely the story of Absal and Salomone, know that Salomon - is one of the varieties of you, and Absal - it's one of your powers of mysticism, only if you are, of course, belong to mystic adherents, and know that this is symbolism, which you are able to comprehend.
A person who refuses the pleasures and goods of this world, is called an ascetic (Zahid), and zealous in worship, such as prayer, fasting and other matters, is a servant-minister (Abid), and the man plunged into thinking about the sanctity of divine power, and constantly striving for enlightenment light of truth and hidden mysteries, is a mystic (Ariph). Sometimes some of these qualities can be combined with others.
Asceticism which is ignorant of mysticism is the hypocrisy. He seemed to want to acquire in exchange for the good of this world good afterlife. True mysticism inherent purity of thoughts with regard to its innermost secrets of greatest truth and disregard anything that is not true.
Serving in God who is ignorant in mysticism, too, is hypocrisy, and it is like he does it in this world for an award in the next world, like a bargain, but for a devout mystic, he exercises to strengthen his faith, his imagination and representation in order to accustom them, avoiding the lies and vanity, seeking the truth, so that the innermost thoughts throw the light of truth, but not blinded by it (mysticism).
Sacred mystery turns into a radiant light and it becomes a steady habit. Whenever he wishes to comprehend the mystery, he sends it to the light of truth, not straining his forces, but only their source. So he embarks on a path of wholly divine holiness ...
Sheikh, Genius, Mystic, Doctor Avicena.