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|Wikisource:Islam|| MENARA-E-NOOR |
by Riaz Ahmed Gohar Shahi
| This book was written after collection of the experiences of hundreds of people. Those experiences combined, were revelations of the tombs of Saints, observation of objects, contemplation of the heart, spirit and soul. The contemplation of jinn's and spirits and the experiences of having the hearts -ignited and vibrating with the remembrance of Almighty Allah. Individual and independent proclamation by each and every Lataif (invisible spirit) of the remembrance of Almighty Allah, at their respective places and the meditation and contemplation that followed. The research in order to find the evidence from the Holy Quran, prophetic traditions and treatises written by Saints.
In order that Almighty Allah's creation would recognize the phenomena of this esoteric divine doctrine and receive this spiritual benevolence this task was carried out. Furthermore in order to propagate the teachings of this religious order an organization came into existence in 1980. — Excerpted from Riaz Ahmed Gohar Shahi on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
- The Inner Outer Dimensions of Mankind
- What is remembrance and what is contemplation?
- Murshid-E-Kamil (Perfect Spiritual Guide)
- What is faqr?
- Imam-e-Haq And A Practicing Savant
- The Act of Panacea
- Special Note
- Human Body With Zikar Scene
- Act of Taksir
- Question & Answers
- Chapter of Zikar (Zakooriat)
|Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation; with no Invariant Sections, no Front-Cover Texts, and no Back-Cover Texts.|