Wednesday 15 August 2018

Kiya Allah Aur Roshan-Zameeri Sirf Musalmano Ke Liye Hai?

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Younus AlGohar answers a viewer-submitted question: can only Muslims obtain God and become Enlightened Consciences?

Main points:

- God is the provider of all the realms and the creatures therein. He provides for everyone, regardless of their religion or lack thereof. Some creation, such as human beings, need both esoteric and exoteric provision; God provides both for them. To obtain exoteric provisions one has to work and to obtain the esoteric provisions, one has to seek a Spiritual Guide.

- To become an Enlightened Conscience, you don’t have to be associated with a particular religion; rather, becoming an Enlightened Conscience has to do with God.

- There are 5 spiritual faculties of the breast and the knowledge of each was granted to one of the 5 Grand Messengers: Adam the Eminent One, Abraham, Moses, Jesus and Prophet Mohammad. When the knowledge of all 5 subtleties are combined, this is known as an Enlightened Conscience. This is the reason why Muslims are required to believe in all the prophets and messengers. No Muslim can become an Enlightened Conscience without the help of messengers the Jews and Christians believe in.

- To become an Enlightened Conscience, you simply have to gain access to the Grand Messengers - it doesn’t matter how. You can reach them through saints or Sufis, regardless of what religion they belong to and which religion you follow. Once you reach the Grand Messengers and obtain their knowledge, you can become an Enlightened Conscience.


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