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Muraqaba Nur (Muraqaba of Divine Energy)
Author :Khwaja Shamsuddin Azeemi
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According to the spiritual science, the main ingredient of creating this universe is nur. There is a verse in the Quran (Koran):
“God is the nur of the skies and the earth.”
Nur is that special form of light that not only can be seen but is also a source of guidance to other lights. Light, waves, color, these are all the attributes of nur. One of the other main qualities of nur is that it can run simultaneously in both the present and the past and connects past and present. If this connection did not work, then the universe’s connection with the past would be disconnected resulting in its annihilation. We can use the analogy of memory here. We are individually and collectively in every moment of our time are connected with our past. When we reminisce about our childhood or any other event of our past then through nur, the past enters the present and we are able to remember the events the way they happened. Besides humans, the senses of angels, genies and other creatures are also based on the nur. In spirituality the Muraqaba of Nur is given to students so that they may familiarize themselves with it. There are several ways of doing this Muraqaba:
The student imagines the entire Universe and its creatures are immersed in the ocean of Nur. The students also imagine themselves being immersed in it.
The students imagine that a stream of nur is shining on the entire world from the Divine Throne.
The muraqib (student) feel the nur is also shining on them.
There is a verse in the Quran (Koran):
“God is the nur of skies and the earth, its example is like a tray in which a lamp is placed and that lamp is inside the case of glass.”
By using the above example of the Qur’an (Koran), the student imagines that their entire body is lit with the light of that lamp.
All the religions of the world speak of an invisible form of light, a light that is the source of all other lights. It is stated in the Bible,
“And when God said light, there was light.”
Moses first saw the light in the burning bush in the Sinai and through that light conversed with God. In Hinduism that light is called Joth.
In all the forms of spirituality, the Muraqaba of nur is given to practice. Its style is similar to what was described earlier.
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