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|Wikisource:Islam|| The Religion of God |
by Riaz Ahmed Gohar Shahi
|An introduction to this book|
|The Religion of God is considered as a very important book of Riaz Ahmed Gohar Shahi on spiritualism. Originally this book was written in urdu, however, translated by International Spiritual Movement Anjuman Serfaroshan-e-Islam in many languages including English, French, Hindi, Sindhi, Arabic etc. In this book Gohar Shahi revealed the path to attain Divine Love of God. — Excerpted from Riaz Ahmed Gohar Shahi on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.|
- An introduction to this book
- Man from beginning to end
- The origin of man in the world
- The spiritual entity Nafs (self or ego)
- The spiritual entity Qalb
- The Human Soul
- The spiritual entity Sirri
- The spiritual entity Khaffi
- The spiritual entity Akhfa
- The spiritual entity Anna
- The word Allah
- The method of producing light
- Who is paradise for?
- An explanation
- Who is Piety for?
- The third category of the souls
- Think for a moment to which Adam do you belong?
- There is a difference between the angels and the Archangels
- In the study of spirituality the spiritual entity Qalb is of great importance
- The Religion of God
- The Religion of the Souls
- Some sayings of His Holiness Gohar Shahi
- Imam Mehdi will reform all religions
- The straight path (illuminated)
- A friend of God
- A revolutionary message from Gohar Shahi to all of humanity
- Important note
- A few experiences of loving souls
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