Khwaja Shamsuddin Azeemi Research Society Books Collection. Disclaimer Readers are requested to inform us about the typographical errors in the books. Khawaja Shamsuddin Azeemi is the present head of the Azeemia Sufi Order, and a world famous spiritual Ism-e-Azam (Greatest Name) for the Jinns. Ism e Azam is an spirtual urd book which is written by khawaja Shamsuddin Azeemi.
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Sufi philosophy Sufi psychology Spiritual faculties. The term Akhfa or ikhfa means most arcane, deeply mysterious, or obscure, subtlety.
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Placing trust in a sleeping or unconscious heart is foolish. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. But, the majority of the Sufis would consider this an unnecessarily extravagant speculation and would stick to the more orthodox notion of dormant spiritual faculty that needs to be worked upon by constant vigil and prayer in order to achieve the Tajliyya-I-Ruh, or Illumination of the spirit.
Again, opinions on Ruh differ among Sufis. He has authored over thirty books besides many pamphlets and articles covering almost every aspects of metaphysical sciences. Views Read Edit View history. Through addressing people and affording a chance to them for direct counseling he is an rendering such a service for his fellow beings which cannot be ignored by any chance.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Also Pakistan Television, FM Radio channel, Radio Pakistan have played a vital role in introducing this sublime branch of knowledge. It is green in colour and it can reach the realm of unification. By entering into this point, the human being enters the system of the universe and laws governing the universe.
Ironically, this spiritual faculty is frequently referred to in terms one encounters in connection with Nafs- “blind” life force or life current that needs to be purified by strict religious observances in order to achieve illumination.
Once it becomes illuminated, a vibration similar to the heartbeat is felt on the right side of the chest.
Qalb of the common folk is in a sleeping or unconscious state, and does not possess any awareness or correct understanding. This center is associated with deep perception. Sirr, literally means “the secret”.
Ism-e-Azam by Khwaja Shamsuddin Azeemi
This section does not cite any sources. Spiritualism that used to be considered something mysterious and hard-to-learn has been presented by him in most modern and scientific way bringing it out of the dark shadows of ismm-e-azam and lores.
If the hearts were indeed truthful, then why are not all the people of the heart united? Some deem it coeternal with God; others consider it a created entity. This heart can prevent a person from mischief, but it can not make a right judgement. The color of this center, according to some, is green, to others, violet. Ruh or spirit is the second contender in the battle for human life. The help of a guide is considered necessary to help activate them in a certain order.
This is on the right side of the chest. The word Qalbstands for sshamsuddin. For those Sufis with Gnostic leanings which can be found in Bektashi or Mevlevi ordersRuh is a soul-spark, immortal entity and transegoic “true self”, similar to the Christian concepts of “synteresis” or “Imago Dei”, or Vedantist notion of “jiva”, as well as Tibetan Buddhist “shes-pa”, principle of consciousness and Taoist “shen” or spirit. It’s the equivalent of Kitab-e-Marqoom the written book.
According to others this is to the right of the centre of the chest.
It is purple in colour lsm-e-azam it too, is connected to that veil in the realm of unification behind which is the throne of God. Learn how and when to remove these template messages. This is an advancement in rank and status and is better than the Qalb.
Some Sufis consider under the term “Nafs” the entirety of psychological processes, encompassing whole mental, emotional and volitional life; however, the majority of Quranic-based Sufis are of the opinion that Nafs is a “lower”, egotistical and passionate human nature which, along with Tab literally, physical naturecomprises vegetative and animal aspects of human life.
Copyright Azeemia Roohani Library. Emptying of the Sirr Taqliyya-I-Sirr is basically focusing on God’s names and attributes in perpetual remembrance or Dhikr, hence diverting one’s attention from the mundane aspects of human life and fixing it on the spiritual realm. This page was last edited on 7 Septemberat Alshaikh Khwaa Shamsuddin Azeemi. In addition to this literary contributions to develop the mental faculties of the young generation he has been established a chain of Seventy muraqbah halls in the length and breadth of Pakistan, as well as in England, Middle East, Canada, U.
This is awakened and illuminated by the meditation and one-pointed concentration on it. The term for this process is Tazkiah-I-Qalb and the aim is the erasure of everything that stands in the way of purifying God’s love or Ishq.
Please improve this section by adding secondary or tertiary sources. According to some, this latifa is located in the right side of the chest and is red, for others it is green. It is then called Qalb-e Salim the sound Heart. Sirr is located in the solar plexus and is associated with the color white. According to the Naqshbandi Saifi order, it is located to the top right of the chest, azeemmi is coloured black.
Ego may be assumed as an equivalent for Nafs in modern psychology. When the Name Allah does vibrate in the heart, an awareness of Right and Wrong and understanding follow. When the theophanies Tajalliyat of God begin to fall on the Heart, it is called Qalb-eshahid the witnessing Heart. Shhamsuddin contribution in scientifizing and institutionalization of the most ancient body of knowledge according to the needs of the modern era will be remembered for times to come.
It records the orders of Allah for the individual in similitude to that which is originally present in Loh-e-mehfooz Preserved Scripturum. Activation of all these “centers” is part of the inner methodology of the Sufi way or “Work”.