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Haatif Ghaybi

Book :Muraqaba (The art and science of Sufi meditation)

Author :Khwaja Shamsuddin Azeemi

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The universe has a collective consciousness. Every piece of sand, stars, satellites, animals, birds, insects, humans, jinns and angels receive the feedback of life from a consciousness, which contains the absolute knowledge of the whole universe. In modern times we can use the analogy of a computer that has all the information loaded into it.

Through Muraqaba we are able to access that consciousness. One of the sources of communication with that consciousness is sound. This sound is known in Sufism as Haatif e Gaybi, which simply means the voice of the unseen world. This voice runs through the universe all the time. Anyone who can achieve higher mental concentration and is free of negative thoughts can not only hear it but can even get answers to questions.

In the universe, sound is what first and foremost emerges. In the human senses, the hearing is first to register. When hearing is activated then the sight is able to focus on any given point. After that, the senses of touch and taste develop. At this level, the circle is completed. In other words, whatever man sees and feels are the extended features of the sound.

According to the Qur’an (Koran), in the beginning the sound of “KUN”(to be) emerged and the universe with its intricate detail came into being. However, at that moment the creatures had not come into their senses. The Creator addressed the created,

“Am I not your Lord?”

This voice gave the created ones the vision and the visionary senses were activated. With that, other senses followed. The created recognized the Divine after witnessing and realizing.

All religions stress the importance of sound. It is stated in the Gospel (Injeel), “God said, let there be light and there was light.”

In Hinduism, the sound of “Om” is considered the holiest of the holy. Hindu mystics believe that whatever exists between the cosmos (akaash) and the world (dharty) is the resonance of Om. According to them, a single voice runs in the entire universe continuously. They called it Akaash Waany (cosmic sound). Sufis also mention a hidden sound, which is referred as Saute Sarmadi (Divine Voice). Through this voice, the Sufi Saints receive the intuitive guidance.

The correct method for listening to the Haatif e Gaybi is as follows:

  1. Sit in the meditation style and put cotton balls in your
  2. Then turn the focus to your inner self and imagine a sound of one of the
  3. Sweet melody of ringing
  4. The humming of
  5. The sound of the As when the water hits the ground.
  6. Sound of

When the student is able to maintain his or her focus, then eventually that sound becomes gradually audible. In the beginning, it comes in many forms and styles. Gradually words and sentences are audible in that sound as well. Through that voice, mysteries and secrets are revealed to the muraqib (student). Hidden events are foreseen and the line of communication is established from above. When the student has achieved excellence in this Muraqaba, he or she is able to converse with that voice and ask questions.

The correct method of asking questions with the Haatif Ghaybi: When someone achieves the level where they can hear the Haatif e Gaybi, then involuntarily they receive the skill to ask questions and get answers. However, the correct method is as follows:

Repeat your question once or twice, then sit in a Muraqaba position, and turn your focus towards Haatif e Gaybi and maintain that focus. Now stop repeating your question and focus only on the Haatif e Gaybi. Relative to mental focus and strength, the students get their answers shortly in their mind.

 

See this article in printed book on the pages (or page): 145 to 146

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Muraqaba (The art and science of Sufi meditation) chapters :

ِ Introduction to Muraqaba  ِ About The Author  ِ From the Translator’s Desk (Book Muraqaba)  ِ 1 - Self and the Cosmos  ِ 2 - Mental Concentration  ِ 3 - Spiritual Brain  ِ 4 - Waves of Thoughts  ِ 5 - Third Eye  ِ 6 - Film and Screen  ِ 7 - Motions of Spirit  ِ 8 - Electrical System  ِ 8.2 - 3 Currents  ِ 9 - Three Layers  ِ 9.2 - Laws of vision  ِ 10 - Heart of Cosmos  ِ 11 - Concept of Unity (Tawheed)  ِ 12 - Muraqaba and Religion  ِ 12.2 - Contemplation  ِ 12.3 - Abraham  ِ 12.4 - Moses  ِ 12.5 - Mary (The Mother of Jesus)  ِ 12.6 - Jesus  ِ 12.7 - Cave of Hira  ِ 12.10 - Dhikar and Contemplation  ِ 12.8 - Attention to God  ِ 12.11 - World Religions  ِ 13 - Benefits of Muraqaba  ِ 12.9 - Prayer and Muraqaba  ِ 13.2 - Schizophrenia  ِ 13.3 - Mania  ِ 14 - Levels  ِ 14.2 - Drowsiness (Ghanood)  ِ 14.3 - Colorful Dreams  ِ 14.4 - Dreams related to ailments (sickness)  ِ 14.5 - Suggestions (for dreams)  ِ 14.6 - Identifications (In dreams )  ِ 14.7 - Dreams about the future  ِ 15 - Subtle Sensations  ِ 15.2 - Idraak (awareness)  ِ 15.3 - Varood (esoteric vision)  ِ 15.4 - Ilhaam (revelation)  ِ 15.5 - Proof of Vahii  ِ 15.6 - Kashf (reveal)  ِ 16 - Spiritual Journey  ِ 17 - Fatah (Exploration)  ِ 18 - Classification of Muraqaba  ِ 18.2 - Explanation about Muraqaba program  ِ 18.3 - Practical Program of Muraqaba  ِ 18.4 - Style of Posture for Muraqaba  ِ 18.5 - Timing and Place for practicing Muraqaba  ِ 18.6 - Materials that can be helpful for Muraqaba  ِ 18.7 - Imagination (Tasawur) during Muraqaba  ِ 18.8 - Avoidance – (Don’ts) during Muraqaba Practice  ِ 18.9 - Muraqaba and Sleep  ِ 18.10 - Storage of Energy (through Muraqaba)  ِ 19.1 - Helpful Exercises for Muraqaba  ِ 19.2 - Breathing for Muraqaba  ِ 19.3 - Is’taghraaq ( immersion)  ِ 20 - 16-Week Program for Muraqaba (Sufi Meditation)  ِ 20.2 - Immunity  ِ 20.3 - Mental Weakness  ِ 21 - Spiritual Concept of Healing  ِ 22 - Muraqaba of Colored Lights  ِ 22.2 - Blue Light Muraqaba (Blue Light Meditation)  ِ 22.3 - Yellow Light Muraqaba (Yellow Light Meditation)  ِ 22.4 - Orange Light Muraqaba (Orange Light Meditation)  ِ 22.5 - Green Light Muraqaba (Green Light Meditation)  ِ 22.6 - Red Light Muraqaba (Red Light Meditation)  ِ 22.7 - Violet Light Muraqaba (Violet Light Meditation)  ِ 22.8 - Pink Light Muraqaba (Pink Light Meditation)  ِ 23 - Station of Ihsaan (murtaba-e-ihsaan)  ِ 24 - The Hidden World (ghayb)  ِ 25 - Muraqaba of Life after Death  ِ 25.2 - Aeraaf (Astral Plane)  ِ 25.3 - Magnificent City (in Aeraaf)  ِ 25.4 - Business (And its reward in hereafter)  ِ 25.5 - Evil Religious Leaders (And their reward)  ِ 25.6 - Gossip (and hereafter)  ِ 25.7 - Backbiting (backbiter in hereafter)  ِ 25.8 - Tall Buildings  ِ 25.9 - Angle of Death (and beloved worshipers of Allah)  ِ 25.10 - Muraqaba Nur (Muraqaba of Divine Energy)  ِ 26 - Kashf ul Qaboor (Muraqaba)  ِ 26.2 - Shah Abdul Aziz Dehialvi  ِ 27 - Dress of Soul  ِ 28.1 - Haatif Ghaybi  ِ 28.2 - Tafheem (Wisdom)  ِ 28.3 - Spiritual Journey  ِ 28.4 - Muraqaba of Heart (qalb)  ِ 28.5 - Muraqaba of Unity (Tawheed, Oneness)  ِ 28.6 - Muraqaba of Negation (Muraqaba la)  ِ 28.7 - Muraqaba of Void  ِ 28.8 - Muraqaba of ‘fana (annihilation)  ِ 28.9 - Muraqaba, Divine Names  ِ 28.10 - Name of Divine Essence (Zaat)  ِ 29 - Tassawar Shaykh (Muraqaba)  ِ 30 - Tasawwar Rasul (Muraqaba of Rasul SAW)  ِ 31 - Divine Essence (Zaat-e-Ilahi)  ِ 32 - Glossary
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