☪️💖Evidence of Sufism in Koran 29:69 | Derived from Sufi @Younus_AlGohar’s LIVE Speech on @alratv (2 July 2019)
Today I will present a verse of the Koran - and there is no greater evidence of Sufism in the Koran than it: Surab Ankabut, Verse 69.
In this verse, God explains how to embark upon the spiritual path, how God grants guidance - and then who to go to in order to receive that guidance from God. It is an entire roadmap.
The name of God's throne is Ankabut.
There is the knowledge of Sharia, Tariqat and Muarifat, Haqiqat - today we are speaking about Muarifat. Only the saints who God has granted the knowledge of Muarifat have access to Ankabut.
People ask whether God guises you directly or whether you need a Spiritual Guide. God has set a pre-requisite, a precondition. He would not grant guidance to just anyone.
According to Koran 29:69, God will guarantee guidance to those who will struggle in the way of God, who will fight against their Lower Self and revive their hearts. Those who will walk the path of purgation and purification.
Then where will these people go? God says, ‘I am with the Mohsineen (those who have obtained the rank of Ehsaan - meaning that when they worship they see God).’
Those who can see God are known as Mohsin.
This verse is the root of Sufism. There is no greater divine patent verse about Spiritual Guide and spirituality. Those who will struggle in the way of God will be granted guidance.
We have received the special benevolence of this verse (Koran 29:69).
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How Does One Become a Sufi? | Excerpt from Lesson 1 of the Elementary Sufi Course with Sufi Master @Younus_AlGohar 'God chooses his friends from among the devout believers (Momin). He takes them out of the darkness into the light'. Quran 2:257
Therefore, the first step towards becoming a saint of God is to become a devout believer.
The approval from God in Sufism comes in the form of the Permission for Activation of the Heart (Izn-e-Dhikr-e-Qalb). This is the first lesson of Sufism.
Just as one must go through the embassy of the country one seeks a visa from, in a similar way, those who seek God's approval cannot ask God directly, they need to seek permission through a divine embassy. And God's embassies are his friends.
When a seeker comes to apply for God's love, their application is to verbally repeat 'Allah Hoo' three times after the Spiritual Mentor. This is the declaration on their part that they wish to obtain the servitude of the Lord. Now, the saint of God, the Spiritual Mentor, will take their profile to Bait al Mamour (The Original Worship Place) where the special angels take that profile to God. God will ask, 'Why have you brought him here?' The Spiritual Mentor will reply, 'I have brought him to befriend you'. If God is interested in accepting the seeker’s friendship, he will ask for a guarantor (Wali Murshid) who will take responsibility for the seeker so that they do not deviate from the path. Saints from the religion the applicant follows will be summoned. If God accepts the seeker, he will grant him Permission for the Activation of the Heart and entrust him in the spiritual custody of the respective Spiritual Mentor for spiritual training.
Sufism begins with God's approval, the Permission for Activation of the Heart. This is academic Sufism. Those who obtain this knowledge of Sufism will never say anything that is unsupported by the Quran and Prophetic Traditions (Hadith) as it is well aligned with the Quran and Hadith.