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"Bismil Laa-hir.Rahmaa-nir-Raheem""Al-Hamdu Lillaahi Rabbil 'Aalameen was Salaatu was- Salaamu 'Alaa Sayidinaa Muhammadin wa Aalihi wa Asabihi Ajma 'een (tauheed- risalat- ahkirat and islam-iman-ihsan)

Ihsan gives rise to haqiqat and haq ul yaqeen(truth)-7/74,7/4(word haqiqat is used)
Haqq ul yaqeen is haqiqat
Experiencing what is being witnessed----haqq ul yaqeen
Haqq al-Yakin--- And undeniably, it is the truth of Absolute Certitude….69/51
according to the Qur'an, the purpose of man's life is worship and servitude to God (51/56) and the purpose of religion is the purification of his soul to enable him to do just that (62/2).
Allah is the only Reality, and everything else is illusion. realisation of this Reality through self-denial and self-control becomes the ultimate goal of life.
certain knowledge ('ilm-i yaqin) is like certain sight ('ayn-i yaqin), and certain truth (haqq-i yaqin) is like certain knowledge.
by haqq al-yaqin they mean intuitive knowledge of the vision (of God) that will be revealed in Paradise, and of its nature.
haqq al-yaqin is the annihilation point of lovers (dustan) on account of their rejection of all created things.
haqq al- yaqin by contemplation (mushahadah).
Imam Abu Hanifa (85 H. - 150 H) said: "If it were not for two years, I would have perished." He said, "for two years I accompanied Sayyidina Ja'far as-Sadiq and I acquired  the spiritual knowledge that made me a Sufi in the Way." [Ad-Durr al-Mukhtar, vol 1. p. 43]
Imam Malik (95 H. - 179 H.) said: "Whoever studies Jurisprudence / Fiqh [tafaqaha] and didn't study Sufism [tasawwaf] will be corrupted; and whoever studied Sufism and didn't  study Jurisprudence will become a heretic; and whoever combined both will reach the Truth."  ['Ali al-Adawi , vol. 2, p 195]
Imam Shafi'i (150 - 205 AH.) said: "I accompanied the Sufi people and I received from them three strands of knowledge: to speak; how to treat people with leniency and a  soft heart... and they... guided me in the ways of Sufism." [Kashf al-Khafa, 'Ajluni, vol. 1, p 341.]
Imam Ahmad bin Hanbal (164 - 241 AH.) the said: "O my son, you have to sit with the People of Sufism, because they are like a fountain of knowledge and they keep the Remembrance of  Allah in their hearts. they are the ascetics and they have the most spiritual power." [Tanwir al-Qulub p. 405]
The above four Imams are the founders of the four universally accepted schools of law (mazhabs, or maslaqs).
If allah wants to do good to a person he will give him understanding /fahm of deen(ie baseerat and marifat) and also hikmate deen (wisdom)
Seekers of knowledge = 1. there work is ibadah 2.deeds are multiplied (because others will follow it) 3.angels will ask for forgiveness
Ilm must be converted to amal/deeds by following sunnah
Islah e amal =is by ahkame shariat /fiqh (shariat)
Islah e niyyat =is by tasawuff/tazkia nafs (tariqat)
Amal are zaahir  and niyyat is baatin (always start with bismillah and for allah’s pleasure/raza by following sunnah)
Allah gazes /looks into your heart (ie niyyat)
 Niyyat = sidq +iklas (keep reading surah iklas)
Be steadfast on opposing nafs  and freeing heart from worldly desires.
Always Good which you cannot resist is from allah –parallel options or on /off options  are from shaitan- always (negativ )against sharia is nafs.
NO nafs between people and NO myself/I between banda and allah
Sufi has a clean heart with no worldly love (only talib e moula).
Iman = be in the world but don’t keep world/duniya in your heart
Rahbaniat=leaving worldly life totally .
No nafs when dealing with people  and No MYSELF/I  when  seeking allah.
No existence of creation when meeting allah and no existence of nafs/I when meeting creation
Jannat is just 2 steps away first step on nafs  second step in jannah (hazarat ali  Aleh Salam )
When I want to talk to allah I say prayers and when I want that he talk to me I recite quran- Hazrath Ali(ra)
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