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  1. Essentially there is only a SINGLE SPIRIT in existence to which Sufism refers as “The Great Spirit”. Everything in the universe is created from this Great Spirit. The Great Spirit, or in modern terms the power within the essence of existence or the First Reflection of Allah! Abu Hurairah (ra) in the Muslim book of Hadith narrates from the Rasul of Allah (saw): “Allah says: Man curses time yet I am time, for in my hand are night and day.” And, “Allah said: The son of Adam abuses me. He curses time yet I am time, for I turn the night into day.” The word “dahr” (time) in Arabic means “instant”. It should not be construed as the linear concept of earthly time to which we have been conditioned. According to us one day equals the time it takes the Earth to rotate once around itself, one year equals the time it takes the Earth to rotate around the Sun, i.e. 365 days, and a century is 100 rotations around the sun hence 100 years. All of this is “relative” time. It is according to us earthlings. In reality there is only ONE time. Pre-eternity and post-eternity, in the sight of Allah, is a single “instant” (dahr). Relative time is an illusion we have collectively come to accept. It changes according to the speed and plane, i.e. the dimension in which we live. As one moves from being less matter to more consciousness and spirit, the experience of relative time also changes and becomes more expansive. Essentially the word “dahr” refers to the universal energy that composes existence, that is, the attribute of divine power. It is an unfathomable concept for one who is conditioned to the daily linear concept of time. This is why the Quran narrates many of the “future” events as things that have already transpired using past tense to explain them. For pre and post eternity is a single existence in the sight of divine observation or the ‘Knowledge of Allah’. This is the intimates of the reality have claimed: “Essentially there is only one reflection. It is the Single Reflection (Tajalli-i Wahid). There has never been a second reflection.” The whole of existence is only one single reflection, referred in Sufism as the ‘One Theophany’ or the Divine Self-disclosure of Allah (Tajalli Wahid). There has never been a second reflection thereon. Everything that is seen, felt, perceived, imagined and experienced is a depiction of this Single Reflection. Sufism also refers to this as the “constant instant”. Though for the truly enlightened and awakened ones this “constant instant” is quintessentially an “imagined instant” and is no other than the Knowledge of Allah. The entire existence in the sight of Allah is nothing other than a principle of knowledge. That is, the universe doesn’t even have an actual existence in the sight of Allah. This is why the Sufis have frequently claimed, “The worlds are only a dream”! To discern this is to become familiar with this reality. And that my friend, is entirely a matter of experience and joy. Only one who is passionate and dedicated enough may eventually be given the insight to perceive the inner depths of this reality through the activation of ilm-i ladun (manifestation of a special angelic force from His grace) by Divine Grace. So, in respect to its essence there is really only a single dimension of time in the universe. For those who can perceive! Within this single frame of time, countless dimensions have ‘materialized’ through divine order, spawning innumerous forms of existence. There is also a general misconception that I would like to correct. Due to misconstruing the fact that “all forms of existence exist in the Knowledge of Allah” some claim “knowledge is subject to the known.” That is, because all known existence was in the pre-eternal knowledge of Allah and Allah knew what they were capable of doing He determined their fates according to their known capacity. This fiction has been fabricated to endorse the fact that Allah does not do wrong by His servants, He does not oppress or torment, He simply does as their pre-eternal states necessitate. Hence Allah does not cast anyone to hell by force.
  2. they are quoting Adeptus Psychonautica. LMAO
  3. amazing that is very generous from you. 💗
  4. I am GOD i can do whatever i want.
  5. if it truly matters would you ask a bunch of people you don't know on the internet about joining the army or not ???????? what the hell are you talking about guys he maybe looking for attention or something he cant think independently about risking his own life can you fckn imagine that.
  6. join why not it doesn't matter anyways.
  7. this is the most hilarious thing i have ever heard. you speak as if god can be predicted and he is not the all knowing , bored of infinity ????????????? are you kidding me ? this is by far the most egoic shit i have read on this spirituality forum.
  8. As an ENFP, you have gifts that are specific to your personality type that aren't natural strengths for other types. By recognizing your special gifts and encouraging their growth and development, you will more readily see your place in the world, and be more content with your role. They should embrace and nourish these strengths: They're exceptionally perceptive about people and situations. The're often able to quickly and accurately assess where someone is coming from. They accept and value people as individuals, and are strongly egalitarian. They believe that individuals have the right to be themselves, and are very tolerant and accepting of most people. They're often deep and intelligent, and may be quite brilliant in their ability to tie things together. They're wired to look for connections int the external world, and so may mentally put things together more easily than many. Their interest in understanding the world usually makes them in tune with what's socially acceoptable and what isn't. This may help them to be popular and likable. They're highly creative. This ability may be used in an artistic way, or way to be used to generate ideas and new ways of thinking. ENFPs who have developed their Introverted Feeling to the extent that they apply judgment to all of their perceptions will enjoy these special gifts: They will have the ability to follow through on projects they've begun. They will be less gullible and malleable, and generally more able to discern between "good" and "bad", rather than accepting everything without question. They may be highly artistic. They will have the ability to focus and concentrate deeply on tasks. This enhanced ability to think and process information internally will make them more capable on many levels. They will balance out their desire to meet new people and have new experiences with the desire to put their understand to use in some way. They will find more meaning and purpose in their lives. Ten Rules to Live By to Achieve ENFP Success : Feed Your Strengths! Make sure you have opportunities to have new experiences to feel your quest of understanding the world. Face Your Weaknesses! Realize and accept that some traits are strengths and some are weaknesses. By facing your weaknesses, you can overcome them and they will have less power over you. Express Your Feelings. Don't let anger get bottled up inside you. If you have strong feelings, sort them out and express them, or they may become destructive! Make Decisions. Don't be afraid to have an opinion. You need to know how you feel about things in order to be effective. Smile at Criticism. Try to see disagreement and discord as an opportunity for growth, because that's exactly what it is. Try not to become overly defensive towards criticism; try to hear it and judge it objectively. Be Aware of Others. Remember that there are 15 other personality types out there who see things differently than you see them. Most of your problems with other people are easier to deal with if you try to understand the other person's perspective. Be Aware of Yourself. Don't stint your own needs for the sake of others too much. Realise you are an important focus. If you do not fulfill your own needs, how will continue to be effective and how will others know you are true to your beliefs? Be Accountable for Yourself. Don't waste mental energy finding blame in other's behaviour, or in identifying yourself as a victim. You have more control over your life than any other person has. Assume the Best. Don't distress yourself by assuming the worst. Remember that a positive attitude creates positive situations. When in Doubt, Ask Questions! Don't assume that the lack of feedback is the same thing as negative feedback. If you need feedback and don't have any, ask for it.