Thursday, 29 June 2017

Quote of the Day: The Greater the Mission...


'The greater the mission, the greater the hurdles that come in the way.' - Younus AlGohar

Wednesday, 28 June 2017

Kiya Roz-e-Azal Se Pehlay Bhi Allah Ne Rouhen Banayi Thien?


#AskYounusAlGohar - When God created the souls in the Primordial Times, he showed the modelled luxuries of the world and paradise. Why did he not show hellfire?

Younus AlGohar explains what actually transpired in the Primordial Times and why human beings are mere puppets in the hands of God.

Main Points:

- In the Primordial Times, when the souls were created they were shown the modelled luxuries of the world and paradise. A large quantity leapt towards each and some were left indecisive whose fate was then suspended. Hell was neither mentioned nor shown to the souls.

- God also neither mentioned nor showed the luxuries of his Person (Dhaat) and love, however, we have heard of numerous personalities that would colour the world with God's love. So, where did the notion of God's love come from?

- When the souls were created in the Primordial Times, there was no concept of evil; there was no influence of Satan because Satan did not exist. Therefore, the souls were just souls. However, a majority of the souls leapt towards the world because that is exactly what God had planned.

- Koran: "I have created a vast majority of human beings and Jinns for hellfire.' This simply means that human beings are nothing in their own capacity, they have no athority to make any decisions on their own. Everything that happens, everything that has come to pass and everything that will happen is in accordance to God's plan and agenda.

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Quote of the Day: If You are Born with Meekness...


‘If you are born with meekness in your nature, it doesn’t mean you are a coward.’ - Younus AlGohar

Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Quote of the Day: When Emotions Are Synchronised...

‘When emotions are synchronised well with intellect, they become diffused.’ - Younus AlGohar

Monday, 26 June 2017

Quote of the Day: No Matter What...


'No matter what you do, do it wholeheartedly.' - Lord Ra Riaz Gohar Shahi

Sunday, 25 June 2017

Quote of the Day: In Life...


'In life, never lose hope and don't get put off until you thrive!' - Younus AlGohar

Saturday, 24 June 2017

#AskYounusAlGohar - What is the Purpose of Fasting?



Fasting is a struggle to purify your Carnal Self. To refrain from eating is just one aspect of fasting.

The purpose of fasting is to reduce the intake of Negative Energy (Naar) and increase the intake of Divine Energy (Noor).

Negative Energy enters your body at all times while you breathe. However when we eat, we obtain a lot [more] Negative Energy. So in a fast, you stop eating for 15-16 hours to stop the Carnal Self from obtaining its diet of Negative Energy. When a person gets ill, he stops eating; but in order to get well, you still have to take medicine. During a fast, different types of worship such as Taraweeh and Salat are all ways to increase Divine Energy in you.

Fasting was prescribed to Christians also. It was something which had been made a religious obligation upon many nations before Islam. You are trying to weaken your Carnal Self, which is the source of all evil in your body. However, keeping yourself away from consumption of food is just one very tiny element of inner purification.

During fasting, you refrain from consumption of all foods, but at the same time, you must be able to replace that Negative Energy with Divine Energy so that your Carnal Self becomes purified.

Therefore to practise fasting effectively, one has to be enlightened in the heart. One’s heart must be articulated with God’s name; one’s heart must have learnt the art of producing Divine Energy.
If your heart is still not open and you are fasting, the job is only half done. Since the job is only half done, it is not going to benefit you in any way.
You will feel like you’ve taken some depression tablets when you fast. You’ll feel like you have calmed down. That is all you will get by the half job. If you continue to practise fasting without an enlightened heart, it is not going to benefit you at all.

As a result, you can see we are in the holy month of Ramadan. However, those ‘Muslims’ especially who do not get tired proclaiming that they are the purest of all Muslims – instead of purifying themselves, they are busy in human slaughter. They’re carrying out an organised butchery of mankind. Had their hearts and thought processes been purified; had their inner selves been purged, they would not even want to harm a tiny insect.

I am explaining the spiritual mechanism of fasting. Fasting in one sentence is to cut down on the intake of Negative Energy and increase the intake of Divine Energy. This is only possible when your heart is enlightened and has learned the art of producing Divine Energy.

Those who take every aspect of the religion as a ritual don’t dig beyond that ritualistic understanding. They are just wasting their time. Their practice of any ritual is futile – a complete waste. You can see the results. There are over a billion Muslims all over the world. But to be honest with you, even with the education they have, practically speaking, they are the farthest from any moral or religious values. They are those who don’t even know what ethical values are. Their religiosity is based on blindfoldedly practised rituals.

These rituals will only benefit you when you have learnt to effectively receive the spiritual benefits of that practice. Therefore any religious practice today in the absence of spirituality is a complete waste of time and energy. The result is null and void. Simple as that.