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What is Sufism

Sufism (tasawwuf) is a branch of Islamic knowledge which focuses upon the spiritual development of the Muslim. It is the traditional Islamic science of self-improvement, self-purification and spirituality (sufism/mysticism), focusing fully on one’s relationship with Allah Paak Jalla Shanahu.

Sufism is a spiritual journey and entails one to be ever mindful of worship, and to concentrate deeply on Allah (Subhana Wa Ta’ala). One must ignore the temptation and lust of this mundane world, and must strive to live by the laws set out by our Almighty Allah (Subhana Wa Ta’ala). In order to achieve this, one must ‘kill’ his ego and selfishness. These were the ways of the Companions of the Holy Prophet (Sallallaahu’alaihe wasallam) (Sahaaba-e-Karaam), and the righteous scholars of the past (Salf-Saliheen).

Imam Ghazali (Rahmatullah’Alaiyhi) offers a comprehensive definition of sufism:

“The highway to this destination is that first of all, make a firm commitment (promise to Allah Ta’ala, repent and take oath), destroy all inner mundane desires (leave the habits of nafs-e-amaara), break off any sentimental attachment with anything whatsoever (stop coveting status, wealth and worldly attractions, and stop being materialistic), and focus fully on the divine being of Allah. And when this stage is reached, Allah (Subhana Wa Ta’ala) Himself looks after the heart of His slave, and becomes responsible for imparting knowledge (ilm) or divine light (noor) on him, and fills his heart with noor.”

The prime sources of Sufism (tasawwuf) are the Holy Qur’an and the Sunnaof Aaqa Kareem (Sallallahu’ alaihi’ wa aalayhi’ wasallam).

Man has frequently been taught to observe and practice the remembrance of Allah Ta’ala (Zikr-e-Ilahi) in the Qur’an, and in numerous Ahadith.

A great example of this practice comes from the Holy Prophet (Sallallahu’ alaiyhi’ wa aalayhi’ wasallam), who was known to frequently meditate (perform muraqbah) and reflect in the cave of Mount Hira.

Contrary to popular misconceptions, Sufism (tasawwuf) does not entail isolation from all worldly affairs. Sufis did not totally ignore the world. In fact, they used to work practically for the cause of Islam, and in order to propagate the message of Islam- thereby striving to bring about peace in the era in which they lived.

Spiritual training involves abstinence from superficial worldly attractions and relations for a designated period of time in order to gain proper control over the base desires (nafs-e-amaara).

When ‘Irfan-e-Ilahi’/ ‘Ilm-e-Haqeeqi’ is achieved, it gives way to opportunities to obtain all sorts of beneficial knowledge from unseen sources for the help and benefit of mankind.

The Holy Qur’an and Ahadith strictly forbid man to indulge deeply in materialistic activities. As the Holy Qur’an says:

“Know that the life of this world is only play, and idle talk, and pageantry, and boasting among you, and rivalry in respect of wealth and children as the likeness of vegetation after rain, whereof the growth is pleasing to the husbandman, but afterward it dries up and thou seest it turning yellow, then it becomes straw. And in the Hereafter there is grievous punishment and (also) forgiveness from Allah and His good pleasure, whereas the life of the world is but matter of illusion.”
(Surah Al-Hadiid: 20)

In addition to this, it has been narrated in Sahih Bukhari and Muslim that the Holy Prophet (Sallallahu’alaiyhi’ wa alayhi’wasallam) is reported to have said:

“After me, the thing, I fear most for my ummah are the adorned attractions of this temporary world and the doors of worldly success which will be opened for them.”

Worship (Ibadah) and remembrance of Allah (Subhana Wa Ta’ala)- (Zikr-e-Ilahi) have been emphasised on numerous occasions in the Holy Qur’an:

“And do thou (O Muhammad) remember the Lord within thyself humbly and with awe, below thy breath, at morn and evening. And be thou not of the neglectful.”
(Surah Araf: 502)
and:
“Therefore remember Me, I will remember you. Give thanks to Me, and reject not Me.”
(Surah 2: 152)
“Then when ye have finished the salaah, remember Allah, standing and sitting and lying on your sides. “
(Surah 4:103)
“O ye who believe! Remember Allah with much remembrance. And glorify Him morning and evening.”
(Surah 33:42)
“And do thou bring thy Lord to remembrance in thy (very) soul with humility and in reverence without loudness in words in the mornings and evenings; and be not thou of those who are unheedful.”
(Surah 7:205)
Truly the rising by night is most potent for governing (the soul) and most suitable for (framing) the Word (of Prayer and Praise). True there is for thee by day prolonged occupation with ordinary duties: But keep in remembrance the name of the Lord and devote to Him wholeheartedly.”
(Surah 73:6-8)

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