The Hadra according to Koran and Sunna

The Hadra according to Koran and Sunna

From a linguistic point of view, the word Hadra refers to the notion of presence, of proximity to a thing. As for the word raqs (dance), it is said of someone who dances when the latter is agitated and moves his body to the rhythm of a music or song.
The Hadra according to Ibn Taymiyya and Ibn Qayyim

The Hadra according to Ibn Taymiyya and Ibn Qayyim

The Hadra is a specific characteristic of Sufi. It is the symbol of the Gathering of the Most Beautiful Names (asma’Allah ul-Husna) inside the letter “Ha” of the Name of Majesty “Allah”...
Etiquette of Sama'

Etiquette of Sama’

Know that tears are the expression used by the eye. We are here talking about the real eye, the eye of the heart. The physical eyes are in reality a copy of the eyes of heart and are only used for the physical word. When tears roll out, the eye of the heart is consumed by the fire of the Allah’s Desire. In such a way, that the eye is overflowed by the Tears of Love and Life...
Nostalgia of the Palm Trunk

Nostalgia of the Palm Trunk

Jabir ibn ‘Abdullah said in the Sahih of al-Bukhari, “The mosque was constructed of the trunks of palm-trees with a roof laid on top of them. When the Prophet ﷺ addressed the people, he would lean against one of the trunks...

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Light is the door to spiritual knowledge of Allah

Monotheistic religions that have an esoteric tradition like Christianity and Islam, have long time ago spoken explicitly about the divine light and its experiencing through spiritual vision.