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Muraqaba of Unity (Tawheed, Oneness)
Author :Khwaja Shamsuddin Azeemi
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When we study any movement occurring in the universe, we find they all have rhythm, a certain discipline. Because of that cosmic discipline, all relative functions are well organized also. For example a child is born in a fixed proportion and structure and then with a fixed timetable grows into an adolescent, then an adult and then into old age. Plants and other creatures are also living with fixed formulas. Every movement of stars and satellites is dependent on the specific system of gravity. The number of stars that are destroyed is almost the same as the new ones that are created. Nature takes care of all the needs of the creatures before after their birth. Water converts into vapors that form clouds in the atmosphere and the same clouds unload all that moisture in the form of rain. This water is essential for preserving life. The extra water that falls during rainfall is either absorbed by the land or is added to the bayous and river and eventually flows into the ocean.
These examples show there is an order in the Universe. The true reason for that is the single mind or unit that is behind this control. Through this mind all the units of the universe are functioning. This reality is called the Unity of Works (tawheed ifโaali). This means there is a unity that exists in all the roles.
On whomever the Unity of Works is revealed, he or she is able to watch that behind the luminary world there exists a being, which is the controlling authority of the hidden world. The shadow of that hidden world is this universe. That person is able to see the relativity of one movement with the other. Meaning the person becomes aware of the relationship of two different movements. He or she can relate the source of any movement with the mind that is controlling the universe.
During the Muraqaba of Unity, the student imagines there is a unity in the cosmos. That unity is in fact a Light that is enveloping the entire universe.
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