HAYDAR AMULI PDF

Haydar Amuli belongs to the Hussayni Sayyid family and hails from the town of Amol , in Mazandaran , located in the north of present-day Iran , close to the Caspian Sea. The town of Amul at the time was known to be heavily populated by Shi'ite Muslims. At a very young age he started studying Imam Shi'ism and attended the juridical school of madhhab where he also devoted his time to Sufism, until around the age of thirty. He eventually moved on to the town of Astarabad , located near Mazandaran, and then Isfahan , located in the centre of Iran. Amuli quotes in his work Inner Secrets of the Path that he started to feel that he was corrupt and that he needed to move to a place where he could fully devote himself to God.

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To browse Academia. Skip to main content. By using our site, you agree to our collection of information through the use of cookies. To learn more, view our Privacy Policy. Log In Sign Up. Western scholarship has devoted a large number of inquiries, translations and debates regarding history, development and analysis of Islamic mysticism through different approaches and methodologies.

Contrary to this interest, a canonical focus of western scholarship to a certain period or school of thought within the history of Islamic Sufism has resulted in inattentiveness to some other areas and important figures. Edited by: P. Bearman, Th. Bianquis, C. Bosworth, E. Brill Online, Indiana University Bloomington. He was ordered to find a place that there is no more valuable and noble than it on the earth.

In the history of Islamic thought and Sufism the act of travelling to Mecca to seek proximity to God is quite common. It is in this stage that he receives more openings and spiritual discoveries. God ordered me to reveal some of those words to His excellent servants.

Yahya and H. The third chapter devoted to the consequences from the secrets of the Divine religions. Its four principles are as follows: 1. Ibid In the same introduction when In the event that no one rejects Shia as Sufis do. It is while the origin, offspring and references of both of them is the same.

And the source and offspring of all of them and references of their knowledge and principles is the God almighty. The real Sufis share the same reality. He meanwhile asserts that those who understand the inner secrets are in minority and not all have the capacity of its comprehension. Thus many came to deny it and Imams thereupon did not openly talked about it in the presence of every one. After this definition he tries to question those He asks whether they feel bearing such secrets in their hearts?

This introduction also helps him to separate the true Sufi from the wrong one and concludes that the real Sufi is the real Shiite and the real Shiite is the real Sufi. May they realize that this was not the case and that in reality I was only drawing Because of their extreme ignorance, the majority of Sufis think that the Imams were devoid of the excellencies and superior insights of Sufism.

I swear by God that if they did not exist, then the heavens would not be standing, the earth would not be outspread and the creatures would not be living in them.

So inability to perceive religion in form of the three-fold reality according to is equal to misapprehending it. Wherever you turn, you are always in the presence of God. The third stage i. Along with this, if you were to reflect, you would come to recognize that the unveiling of the Shaykh also bears witness to this. For I know the pathways turuq of the heavens better than [I know] the pathways of the earth! Lord, we need Your forgiveness and to You we shall return. What you call the pagans to is extremely grave for them.

It is under the light of such mystical and spiritual understanding of the truth that he also asserts the transcendental unity. For odd is among the attributions of the One. They are therefore monotheists [Muwahhidun] through the tawhid of combination [Tawhid-a Tarkibin]. I found them in this way through intuition and I was not able to make a distinction between monotheists and the people of the Trinity. Related Papers. By Dr. Cucu Surahman, M.

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