Maratib of the Fanaa-Fi-Shaitaan
(Destruction in Satan) are totally
SHARAH OF VISUALIZATION OF FANAA FI SHAIKH ARIF E KAAMIL
[O True-Seeker!] Be informed that due to the abundance (of the Exercise) of the Visualization of the face of the Shaikh, there arises a Noorani form of the most hidden of the unseen inside the body. That form, at times, day and night recites the Verses of the Holy Quran, sometimes memorises these in mind (Hifz) and sometime that form remains busy in the Zikr of Lord and of the Kalimah-e-Tayyeb Laaa-Ilaaha Ill-Allahu Muhammad-ur-Rasoolu-Allah (Sal Allahu Alaihe Wa Aa-lehee Wa-sallam) and at times, that form illustrates the Fazeelat of Ilm. Therefore, it remains busy in acting upon different Uloom of every kind like the Authetntic Text, Hadis, Tafseer, Fiqah, Farz (Obligation), Waajib (Essential), Sunnat, Mustahib (Recommended) and obligations and rules and at occasions, that form remains Absorbed in the Zikr of Lord and voice of the Zikr is heard loud and clear from the body - Sirr Hu, Sirr Hu, Hu al Haq, Laisa Fiddaa-raini Illa Hu; and at times, that form individually reveals the Reality of the past, present and future one by one and often that form keeps itself engaged day and night in Assalaat (Prayers) and worship and Obedience and always abides by the Shara'a and in case, if some err or mistake contrary to Shara'a (Code of Islamic Law) is unintentionally committed or a word of Shirk, Kufr or Bidat and sin has been said [it seeks Forgiveness of Lord for it at once]; sometimes, that form does the Muhaasba of the Nafs by stopping its way in Muamlaat and asks it to say: Laaa-Ilaaha Ill-Allahu Muhammad-ur-Rasoolu-Allah (Sal Allahu Alaihe Wa Aa-lehee Wa-sallam). "He, who identified his Nafs, thus, he identified his Lord. He, who identified his Nafs mortal, he identified his Lord Everlasting". Nafs starts identifying its Maratib. That form, in the Fanaa-Fi-Shaikh (Destruction in Shaikh), vanishes inside the body and perpetrates. Such form is just the cleaning of the picture. The beginning sound uses to be this: Alastu-Be-Rabbikum ["Am I not your Lord?"] [creatures say] Balaa (Yes!) (You are our Lord) (7:172). This form rebukes the detrimental Nafs by virtue of which, the Nafs gives up unruliness and crookedness and the Sirr becomes upright.
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