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Practical Program of Muraqaba
Author :Khwaja Shamsuddin Azeemi
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When we see someone performing Muraqaba, it seems as if that person is simply sitting in one posture with his eyes closed. That refers to the physical side of it as how to sit and how the surroundings should be. The real aspect of Muraqaba is its mental side. As the topic suggests, we are going to discuss the practical sides of Muraqaba. Practical side refers to a general know-how and what others things need to be taken care of.
To perform Muraqaba, you would first close your eyes and then free your mind of all the incoming thoughts. Then focus on a single idea or imagination in a way that you are no longer attached to or interested in any other thoughts or ideas. The two main parts of Muraqaba are emptiness of the mind and the idea of the imagination. Emptiness of the mind means you should not pay any attention to other thought or willingly think about anything. This is what thoughtlessness is. You can perform Muraqaba in different ways; here we are going to shed some light on the other details.
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