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General Issues / Questions / Re: Spiritual Gurus and mindsets
« on: Yesterday at 11:58:17 PM »
Peace,

7:96 And if only the people of the towns had believed and been aware, then We would have opened for them blessings from the heavens and the earth; but they denied, so We took them for what they had earned.

In the verse above, it is not specified to believe in what.

31:20    Did you not note that God has commissioned in your service what is in the heavens and what is in the earth, and He has showered you with His blessings, both apparent and hidden? Yet from the people are some who argue about God with no knowledge nor guidance nor enlightening Book.

All the riches are at our disposal. our situation is a reflection of our beliefs. If we believe that we are rich, everything is at our disposal to be rich and vice versa. It's up to everyone to choose what they want to be.

6:39    And those who deny Our revelations, they are deaf and dumb, in darkness. Whoever God wishes He misguides, and whoever He he wishes He puts him on a straight path.

In the verse above, if we choose to be guided to a path, Allah guides us and vice versa. We are free to believe or not to believe in any area.
Our situation changes when we choose to change our beliefs.

Allah wants ease and not hardship for us. If we believe that life is a struggle, it will be. If we believe that all riches are accessible, we will be rich, Allah will make it easier for us.

13:11    Present with him and behind him are retainers, they preserve him from the command of God. God does not change the condition of a people until they change the condition of their souls. And if God wanted to harm a people, then there is no turning Him back, nor will they have any protector against Him.

Peace.


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General Issues / Questions / Re: Spiritual Gurus and mindsets
« on: September 21, 2021, 04:16:54 AM »
whatever happens is truth, righteous, Allah, his law is equitable, unchanging. We must not judge the appearance of things. Life is perfect in its apparent imperfection.
To better understand, observe  the life. Outside is the perfect illustration of inside.

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General Issues / Questions / Re: Spiritual Gurus and mindsets
« on: September 21, 2021, 02:35:43 AM »
following my previous messages

30:47 And We have sent before you messengers to their people. So they came to them with clear proofs; then We took revenge on those who were criminals. And it is binding upon Us to grant victory to the believers.

Ether victory or  khizy : defeat, misery, humiliation, failure, poverty in life now and after.


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General Issues / Questions / Re: Spiritual Gurus and mindsets
« on: September 21, 2021, 12:55:54 AM »
2:81 Indeed, whoever gains a sin, and is surrounded by his mistakes; those are the people of the Fire, in it they will abide.

48:6 And He will punish the hypocrite males and the hypocrite females, and the polytheist males and the polytheist females; they think evil thoughts about God. on them a hallo of evil /negative energy / da-iratu of alssaw-i  , and God was angry with them, and He has cursed them and prepared for them Hell. What a miserable destiny!

Sin is a negative energy which surrounds the author and makes him live in hell on earth and in the other life if he does not purify himself.

2:82 And those who believe and do good works, they are the people of Paradise, in it they will abide.

Good deeds: positive energy that allows the author to access paradise on earth and in the next life.

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General Issues / Questions / Re: Spiritual Gurus and mindsets
« on: September 21, 2021, 12:31:11 AM »
72:16 And those who remain on the right path, We will provide them with abundant water.

To remain on the right path : Abundant water / peace, health, wealth, success, power, easy life, abundance ...

when one deviates from the right path, life becomes difficult, poverty, disease, problems of all kinds are a good indicator.

to be in paradise in the next life, you have to realize it on earth.

2:25 And give good news to those who believe and do good works that they will have estates with rivers flowing beneath them. Every time they receive a provision of its fruit, they say: “This is what we have been provisioned before,” and they are given its likeness. And there they will have pure mates, and in it they will abide.

“This is what we have been provisioned before,”


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General Issues / Questions / Re: Spiritual Gurus and mindsets
« on: September 20, 2021, 11:29:38 PM »
Peace,

Everything is energy like electric, magnetic, biological, nuclear energy .... etc.
Our state depends on the nature of our energy. Each of our actions generates a positive or negative energy.
There are 2 types of bad actions, towards Allah (dunoob) like association ... etc, humans or others (sayyiat) like gossip, conjecture, prejudice ...

Allah makes the energy available to humans to purify themselves from the negative energies accumulated in the body, called istighfar, it is not just a word that we repeat, we connect to the negative energy in connection with the action committed and one feels the purifying action of the energy of forgiveness "istighfar"to achieve inner peace.
In orderto free yourself from negative energy following a mistake / sayyiat, doing a good deed to counterbalance the bad deed. Asking for forgiveness does not release negative energy from bad actions towards a third party.
The physical body gets sick due to the accumulation of negative energies generated by bad actions.
The practices recommended by Allah, salat, zakat aim to purify us and taste the earthly paradise.
Repeating words every day will not change someone's situation. Use the energies that Allah has made available to us to purify ourselves and increase our level of energies through good deeds, forgiveness 'istighfar' ....

8:33 And God will not punish them while you are with them, nor will God punish them while they continue to seek forgiveness.

istaghfara / to seek forgivenes is a pronominal verb, it is an internal cleansing of negative energies related to bad deeds, Allah does not punish the one who practices alistighfar.

Salam



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General Issues / Questions / Re: Dreadful days are coming
« on: September 01, 2021, 09:50:55 PM »
Peace ,

Thank you for your message nimnimak_11.
 
I add this, as Bassim Moraly says so well, the Koran is a message for the living in every era and not for the dead. It is important to read it with our
with the eyes of the living today for a better understanding.

The purpose of our life is to be worthy of our mission as vice manager khalifa on earth, to live in harmony with the universal system of Allah as it is exhibited in the universe / the book of the universe / kitab manshoor.

To meditate and  study the reading alquran / kitab mastoor and the creation, the universal system of Allah / kitab manshoor.

do good deeds, purify ourselves of satanic thoughts that arise in our imagination.

30:30 So set your being to the system exclusively / haneefan. It is the inclination that Allah has nurtured the people on. There is no changing in the creation of Allah. Such is the pure system, but most of the people do not know.


May allah increase our science.

Peace

If someone has a bad day, it's because they deserve to have a bad day. Nobody cares about goodness as much as God. We are the ones who betray God and goodness. So we deserve to suffer hardship. Or do we prefer for evil to be treated like its good?

Either we want evil to oppress good or bring down good, or we don't. If don't, then we have nothing to worry or grieve about. When we face our difficult day, we will see that it was deserved, and we will be happy to see good (God's victory) prevail. Nobody good wants the antagonist to win in a movie. God is the true protagonist in terms of goodness. Who is allied to him, depends on who sincerely chooses to be. The greater the sincerity to God, the greater the being.

Quran 2:31....if you are sincere

Mark 10:18 And Jesus said to him, “Why do you call me Good? No one is Good except God alone.

If your standards were absolute/perfect, then only a perfect triangle would qualify as being triangular. An imperfect triangle resembles a perfect triangle (either weakly or strongly).

If your standards were absolute/perfect, then only God (the perfect being) would qualify as being good.

Genesis 1:26 Then God said, “Let Us make man/adam in Our image/resemblance, after Our likeness...

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Questions/Comments on the Quran / Are we aware of these facts?
« on: March 28, 2021, 10:34:42 AM »
Peace

About ablutions and sujud (prostration).

Personally, I consider ablution as a way to awaken our senses and for a better connection with our interior space during salat.

Source :

https://www.ahmedhulusi.org/fr/livre/une-nouvelle-comprehension-de-lislam/avons-nous-conscience-de-ces-faits

Are we aware of these facts?
As far as we know ...

A man won a lottery but back home he got robbed! In such situations we say: “ Everything that comes from the Hayy goes back!”. A Turkish proverb says about this that “ what comes with the flute goes with the drum!”. Everyone also knows that there is nothing better than what we have won with the sweat of our brow ...

Those who understood the “ Religion of Islam” interpreted the above words admirably:

“Everything that comes from Hayy goes back there!”. That is to say that everything that comes from Allah, also designated by the name of “ Hayy ”, (the Living One), returns there, which implies that “ everything comes from Him and returns to Him!” . But, so far people have given it a literal interpretation! ... ”

You see how this statement has been twisted these days and deviated from its original meaning! It is the same as the difference between “ Islamism” and “ Din al Islam”.

What about the other facts we think we know!

Why do we do ablution? You will answer me: “it's to clean us up!”.

If “ ablutions” have been suggested for the purpose of cleansing, then why is “ tayammum ” of rubbing the face and hands with the earth recommended in case of lack of water?

Would you ever think of saying to someone, “My dear! your face needs to be cleansed, but there is no water, so go and cleanse yourself with earth ”.

Most of us are familiar with the fact that the cells, on the surface of the skin, absorb the water that we rub ourselves with, by means of osmosis ... We also know that water is represented by the formula H2O , (made of hydrogen and oxygen atoms), just as it has an electric charge. We also know that the organic factory that is the physical body breaks down the liquid and solid foods it receives and converts them into bioelectric energy.

Yet we never thought that “ ablutions” could have been recommended to us in order to increase the bioelectric energy of the body in the most practical way ...

What about the “ tayyamum” then? We have tried to explain this in our book called “ The Mysteries of Man”. Hope we did it successfully. And this, without a doubt, in proportion to our capacities ...

Do you think that doing ablution with only a glass of water or practicing tayyamum with a little soil constitutes a cleansing?

Since ablution is not done with a view to cleaning ... Since Rasul-Allah often performed his ablution with a glass of water only ... how are we going in this case to consider the ablution and understand the rule? according to which “ those who are not purified“ talir ” must not touch the Koran”?

The opposite of “ tahir ” (purified) in the Quran is the word “ nadjis ” (unclean) . The term “ nadjis ” is associated with the concept “ shirk ” (polytheism) and it has been concluded that the “ mushrikun ” (polytheists) are nadjis . Having said that, if the “ shirk ” is “ nadjis ”, then being “ tahir ” is related to the state of the people of “ TAWHID ”, the Unity . In this case the warning from the Quran that “those who are not purified ( ghayr-mutaharûn ) must not touch the Koran ” does not mean that one must not touch or hold the copies of this Sacred Book, without ablution ...”. Rather, it means that those who have not purified themselves from the state of “ shirk ” and have not attained “ TAWHID ” should not bother to understand the Quran because they will not be able to penetrate its. meaning. It is not physical filth that needs to be removed but rather mental filth in the mind!

It is never possible to understand the mysteries of the Quran al karîm from the “ dualistic” perspective , that is to say from the idea of ​​a SELF (personal) and of a God somewhere, at the far!" Because such a perspective leads to what is called “ shirk el khafi ” (hidden polytheism)! First, one needs to fully understand “ Tawheed ” and purify oneself from “ shirk el khafi ” in order to become an authentic person of Tawheed . It is only after that that one becomes “ mutahar ” and that one begins to understand the Koran.

When one is not “ mutahar ” and one has not got rid of the mental shirk anchored in one's mind , that is to say “ nadjâssa ” , one cannot understand and appreciate the Quran at its own. just value. Thus, such people regard the Quran as a book of commandments from a god lying somewhere, and transmitted through a messenger. In any case, we will never be able to purify ourselves “mentally” even if we were in a shower all day! ... We will not be able to prostrate ourselves ( sadjada ) either!

And you might ask me if I really meant “ sadjada ”.

Certainly yes! Because the one who is not purified ( mutahar ) cannot bow down (perform sadjda )!

Do you think that “ sadjda ” is described as an expression of our respect to an invisible God, and that it is comparable to our prostration before a Sultan? ... Such an attitude is nothing but a example of “ hidden polytheism” ( shirk el khafi ) , and is only worthy of those who have not yet “ mentally” purified themselves !

Are you performing “ sadjda ” for a God somewhere? Or ... as part of your “ bondage” , in order to show the attributes of Allah which are within you, as you are aware of the presence of ALLAH at all times, in all places, in every trace of your existence ... Do you perform “ sadjda ” to unveil the meanings of the Most Beautiful Names of Allah , which shape your existence by taking advantage of the extra flow of blood that feeds your brain as you practice prayer, meditation or dhikr (in the positon of sadjda)?

Do you think that a conception as expressed below is the best way to describe “ sadjda ” ?

“My sadjda is my non-existence! She is none other than YOU who are enveloped in a body of flesh and bones and it is YOU who are unveiled through the word JE ” , while the brain becomes more powerful thanks to the flow of blood it receives when the “ sadjda” is accomplished and it emits even more powerful brain waves into the System ” .

Either we will know each other perfectly and realize our own strengths and powers, or we will be guided by those who govern!

May Allah increase our science.

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AN-NUR

The Knowledge that is the source and essence of everything! The essence of everything is Nur; everything is comprised of knowledge. Life subsists with knowledge. Those with knowledge are the ever-living ones (Hayy), while those who lack knowledge are like living dead.

 

AL-HADI

The guide to the truth. The One who allows individuals to live according to their reality. The articulator of the truth. The guide to reality.

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AL-WAKIL

The One who provides the means for self-actualization. The One who advocates and protects those who place their trust in Him, providing them with the most auspicious outcomes. He who believes in the potential of the name al-Wakil in his own essence, will have confirmed his faith in all the Names (all his potentials). The source of the mystery of vicegerency lies in this Name!

 

AL-QAWWI

The One who transforms His power into the enabling potential for the manifestation of existence (hence comprising the force of the whole of existence).

The One who forms the angelic state.

 

AL-MATIN

The One who sustains the world of acts, the steadfast, the creator of robustness and stability, the provider of strength and resistance!

 

AL-WALIYY

The One who guides and enables an individual to discover their reality and to live their life in accordance to their essence. It is the source of risalah (personification of Allah’s knowledge) and nubuwwah (prophethood), which comprise the pinnacle states of sainthood (wilayah). It is the dispatcher of the perfected qualities comprising the highest point of sainthood, risalah, and the state one beneath that, nubuwwah. While the expression of nubuwwah is indefinitely functional, the expression of nubuwwah applies only to earthly life. A Nabi continues to live at the same state of perfection after death, but his explicit role as a Nabi is no longer active. On the other hand, due to its inherent saintly qualities, risalah continues infinitely (as it does with saints).

 

AL-HAMID

The One who observes and evaluates His universal perfection on worldly forms manifested by His Name al-Waliyy.

Hamd belongs only to Him.

AL-MUHSI

The creator of the ‘forms’ (micro to macro) comprising the seeming multiplicities, each equipped with unique qualities and attributes, within UNITY.

 

AL-MUBDI

The One who originates the whole of creation in the corporeal worlds, all with exclusive and unique qualities.

 

AL-MU’ID

The One who restores life to those who turn back to their essence.

 

AL-MUHYI

The One who enlivens and enlightens! The One who enables the continuation of the individual’s life through the application of knowledge and the observation of one’s essential reality.

 

AL-MUMIT

The One who enables a ‘taste’ (experience) of death. The One who allows a transition between one state of existence to another.

 

AL-HAYY

The source of names! The One who gives life to the Names and manifests them. The source of universal energy, the essence of energy!

 

AL-QAYYUM

The One who renders Himself existent with His own attributes, without the need of anything. Everything in existence subsists with al-Qayyum.

 

AL-WAJID

The One whose qualities and attributes are unfailingly abundant. The manifest One. The One, from which nothing lessens, despite the abundance of His manifestations.

 

 

AL-MAJID

The magnificent and glorious One with unrestricted, infinite generosity and endowment (benevolence).

 

AL-WAHID

The One and only! ‘ONE’ness far beyond any concept of multiplicity. The ONE, that isn’t composed of (or can be broken into) parts (as in pantheism). The ‘ONE’ness that renders duality obsolete! The ‘ONE’ness that no mind or intellect can fully comprehend!

 

AS-SAMAD

The Pure Whole One! Free from the concept of multiplicity! Not formed of adjoining parts. Far from conceptualization and limitation. The self-sufficient One, in need of nothing!

An authentic hadith narrates: “As-Samad is such that it bears no space or emptiness within it (all, whole, one).”

 

AL-QADIR

The One who creates (discloses, manifests) and observes His knowledge with His power without depending on causality. The One who is absolutely boundless!

 

AL-MUQTADIR

The Determiner. The absolute possessor of all power pertaining to creation, governance, and disposition.

 

AL-MUQADDIM

The One who expedites (or prioritizes) the manifestation of Names according to their purpose of creation.

 

AL-MU’AKHKHIR

The One who delays manifestation in consonance with His name al-Hakim.

 

AL-AWWAL

The first and initial state of existence, the essential Name.

AL-AKHIR

The infinitely subsequent One, to all creation.

 

AZ-ZAHIR

The self-evident One, the explicit, unequivocal and perceivable manifestation.

 

AL-BATIN

The unperceivable reality within the perceivable manifestation! The source of the unknown (Awwal, Akhir, Zahir, Batin, HU!)

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