Wednesday, 7 September 2016

#AskYounusAlGohar | Aalam-e-Ahdiyat Kahan Hai?

Younus AlGohar answers a question from a viewer, Saleem Raza, who asked, ‘What is the location of Alam-e-Ahdiyat? Is it above this universe?’

Main points:

- God created 6 realms, 3 of which are related to God and his attributes; 3 of which are related to the subtleties in human beings and the angels. The 3 related to him are known as Zaatiya. The 3 for his creation are known as Koniya.

- The realm we live in is Alam-e-Nasoot. In the next realm, Malakout, there are the angels; this is also where the 7 paradises and 7 hells are. Included in Alam-e-Nasoot is not just Earth; Alam-e-Nasoot encompasses the entire solar system. In a similar way, every paradise and every hell is its own planet.

- On the Day of Judgement, when God says to travel to whichever paradise you can go to, you will do so based on the spiritual calibre of your subtleties. To enter the lowest paradise, Khuld, you need to have Dhikr-e-Qalb (Invocation of the Heart); an enlightened heart will travel there on its own. Pul-e-Sirat is the name given to the journey taken by the enlightened subtleties in you. Your heart can only travel to the paradise if it is enlightened. For those who cannot travel to any paradise, there will be the possibility of salvation, which means they will be given help in order to reach the paradise.

- Your subtleties can take you up to Jabrout, the realm were human souls are kept. This is also the realm where the real Kaaba, Bait al Mamour, is. This is the final Koniya realm. Beyond this point, you need the Ism-e-Zaat Allah (the Personal Name of God). There are more realms in between, but right at the end is Alam-e-Ahdiyat. This realm is split into two parts: Alam-e-Ahdiyat and Alam-e-Wehdat. Prophet Mohammad’s soul is in Alam-e-Wehdat; Alam-e-Ahdiyat is where God’s throne is.

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