Key Concepts in the Practice of Sufism-3

Key Concepts in the Practice of Sufism-3Another important attribute of The Emerald Hills of the Heart, at least as important as the other attributes mentioned above, if not more so, is that it presents the Islamic spiritual life that constitutes the core of Islam not as a theoretical subject but as lived by the Companions of the Prophet. It presents this life as a profound experience of the heart, mind, and body described and appointed by Islam. It also investigates how it has taken shape throughout history. The Emerald Hills of the Heart bequeaths to future ages —a time in which perhaps apparently different realms of religion and reason, science, technology, rhetoric and welfare will, in cooperation, make unprecedented and inconceivable progress— the legacy of Sufism, with all its dimensions, or the spiritual life of Islam in its immense entirety as a safe and sound road that has been protected against all manner of deviations.

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A'yan ath-Thabita and 'Alam Al-Mithal (Archetypes and the World of Representations or Ideal Forms) Fethullah Gülen
Wahy and Ilham (Revelation and Inspiration) Fethullah Gülen
Al-Awwal (The First), Al-Ahir (The Last) Az-Zahir (The All-Outward), Al-Batin (The All-Inward) Fethullah Gülen
Heavenly or Elevated Realms Fethullah Gülen
Ahadiya and Wahidiya (Uniqueness or Absolute Oneness and Unity) Fethullah Gülen
Wahda and Kasra (Unity and Multiplicity) Fethullah Gülen
The Spirit and What Follows Fethullah Gülen
Wijdan (Conscience) Fethullah Gülen
'Aql (Reason) Fethullah Gülen
Nafs (The Soul) Fethullah Gülen