He, who has become Fanaa-Fi-Allah (Destroyed in Allah), he became Baqaa-Bi-Allah (Reborn with Allah),
He crossed duality and reached the Court of Mustafa Sal Allahu Alaihe Wa Aa-lehee Wa-sallam.
Hence, that person, who slaughters these Four Birds of the Four Nafoos, he reaches unto the Spiritual Maratib by becoming Fanaa-Fi-Allah (Destroyed in Allah) and in his body emerges the Bulk of the Noor of Spirituality. If all the carnal beings gather altogether, the entire carnal beings and the Roohani become inert in a flash under a single Jazba (mystique and emotion).
Therefore, that person is competent to execute Dawat on grave, who is the Knight-Rider of the grave of the embodiment of Spiritualism and is the Aamil of the Visualization of the Name-Allah-the-Essence (Ism-e-Allah-Zaat) and is dominant over the Spiritualism (Roohani) of the Ahl e Qaboor (People-of-Graves). Every person besides will face Rijat if he will execute the action of Dawat.
The Majzoob Arif-Bi-Allah remains always in the Mushahida of Hazoor. His body of Nafs wears the raiment of Noor from the top to toe and the Qalb wears the raiment of Ruh and the Ruh wears the raiment of the Sirr. That body that is from the Noor of Muhammad Sal Allahu Alaihe Wa Aa-lehee Wa-sallam, that returns to the Hazoor of the Noor of Muhammad Sal Allahu Alaihe Wa Aa-lehee Wa-sallam again and the address and browbeat (Ataab) absolves from the Nafs, Qalb and Ruh. Later on, that body that is from the Noor of Muhammad Sal Allahu Alaihe Wa Aa-lehee Wa-sallam, reaches unto the Tauheed of the Noor of Allah [and] achieves the Maratib of Faqar and makes the Marifat of Faqar his companion (of journey); avoids all that which, distracts from Allah and kills the wicked Nafs and watches the spectacle of Both-the-Worlds on his palm or on the backside of fingernail. [That person, who is endowed with these calibers] why will he need to hold a pen in his fingers (that is, he needs not)?
Allah is sufficient; everything other than Allah is just lust (and greed)!
Allah Almighty says: the eye turned not aside nor yet was over bold (53:17)
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