Younus AlGohar explains the true meaning of Sufism. He clears common misconceptions about Sufism in this crucial video.
Sufism began with Adam Safi Allah 6000 years ago. Sufism is rooted in the awakening and cleanliness of the heart.
'There is a means of polishing everything that tarnishes. The polish of the heart is Dhikr Allah (invocation of God's name).' - Prophetic Tradition
'O' you who believe, fear God and seek an intermediary. And struggle in the way of the Lord.' - Koran 5:35
This means first purify your heart with the invocation of God's name and then seek out somebody who will take you to God. After cleansing your heart you have to learn to take out your sub-spirits and teach them to offer Salat and perform spiritual journeys. There is a difference between the spiritual ranks of a Momin (Devout Believer), Mussali and Zakir.
'Perform Ruku (bow) with those who do Ruku.' - Koran 2:43
Some angels only perform Ruku. If you teach one of your sub-spirits to perform Ruku, then it may be appointed as the Imam of these angels.
Many people in the West tried to adopt Sufi teachings without becoming Muslims. They called their brand of Sufism 'Western Sufism'. Another branch emerged from this known as 'Neo-Sufism'.
In Sufism, you must perform Zarbi Dhikr (chanting of God's name vigorously) to awaken and enlighten your souls. It has to match the beats of the heart. Dhikr done in a melodious manner does not enter the heart.
The Nafs (Lower Self) enjoys music and melody, that is why people prefer Qawwalis and melodious Dhikr.
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