Who is the father of sufism?
Prophet Muhammad SAW is father of Sufism . He is fountain of all sects of Sufism .
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Answer 1 Surfism is an Islamic concept which the followers are seeking fordivine truth and love though a direct encounter with the God. Thisarose in the mid-18th and 19th century C.E. Answer 2 Sufism is branch of Islam that is more concerned with an emotionalconnection to God than an emphasis on legal doctrines. Sufis do notemphasize Islamic law and are much more interested in loving Godand devoting themselves to seeing higher-meanings in sacred texts.They also seek to replicate the relationships that other now-deadSufi Scholars had with the Divine, which is why they pray near thephysicality of the dead Saint (i.e. at his tomb). Sufism advancesthe beliefs of Islam in a looser and more emotional way thantraditional Islam.
Answer The theory of Sufism in Islam is to know the Allah and achieve the nearness of the Allah only.
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Sufismis not something different from Islam. It is all about seeking thethe Goodwill and Pleasure of Almighty Allah. In fact, it is puttingthe teachings of Islam into practice with extreme devotion. TheSufis teach to be kind, helpful and charitable to all human beingsirrespective of their caste, creed, color, religion, country etc.They don't hurt the feelings of human beings even if they aresinners. The sinners may repent anytime and become better Muslimsand better humans than those who consider them inferior or sinful.All human beings are the off-spring of a single couple - HazratAdam (as) and Hazrat Hawa (as). Allah Almighty has created all andHe loves all His creatures. Nobody has the right to insult,maltreat or murder anybody. The Sufis welcome anybody who wants tosit in their company. They don't hate any person. They teach topractice tolerance and love. They follow the teachings of Islam inletter and spirit.
Answer . Shaykh Fadhlalla Haeri ( The Thoughtful Guide to Islam ) regards the development of Sufism as natural and progressive, rather than being founded at a particular time or place. Hasan al-Basri was regarded as one of the early Sufis, without necessarily having been named as such during his life.. By the early eighth century, an increasing number of people had chosen a way of life based on ascetism, meditative and other ritualistic practices, such as chanting the name of God as a means of enhancing remembrance of Allah and maintaining self-awareness. By the ninth century, a large body of teachings from the traditions and Sunnah emphasised the importance of gaining knowledge of the self in order for higher and more subtle knowledge to become accessible.. By the twelfth century, tasawwuf , or knowledge of self, was a recognised part of religious life and came to be taught in many madrasahs and many Sufi Orders became established.
follow sunna and hadith of Prophet Muhammad - you can't pick and choose what you want to follow and what you don't. just try to follow the way of our beloved Prophet, love him more than our lives, and must believe that he's hayat (alive - mentally, physically and spritually.
Seyyidil Wujud Prophet Muhammed Rosolu lahi s.a.w.
developing a personal relationship with god
In "The Way of Illumination", Inayat Khan writes of ten principle Sufi thoughts that are the fundamentals of Universal Sufism: "1. There is One God, the Eternal, the Only Being; None exists save He 2. There is One Master, the Guiding Spirit of all souls, Who constantly leads all followers toward the Light 3. There is One Holy Book, the Sacred Manuscript of Nature, the only Scripture that can enlighten the reader 4. There is One Religion, the unswerving progress in the right direction toward the Ideal, which fulfills the life's purpose of every soul 5. There is One Law, the Law of Reciprocity, which can be observed by a selfless conscience, together with a sense of awakened justice 6. There is One Brotherhood, the human brotherhood which unites the children of earth indiscriminately in the fatherhood of God 7. There is One Moral, the Love which springs forth from self-denial and blooms in deeds of beneficence 8. There is One Object of Praise, the Beauty which uplifts the heart of its worshiper through all aspects from the seen to the unseen 9. There is One Truth, the true knowledge of our being, within and without, which is the essence of Wisdom 10. There is One Path, the annihilation of the false ego in the real, which raises the mortal to immortality, in which resides all perfection" (Sufi Message). -Whitnee.
It seems to indicate if not an end a rebirth or reconstructed world.
Worship of Allah in true spirit and "Zikr" is central practice of sufism . There are certain Variation s in practices in different sects of Sufisms which can be seen in "Qolul Jamil " Written by Shah Wali Ullah RA .
Sufism or Tasawwuf is a vast subject that can have differering meanings to different people. Sufism in it's pure form is against what many people consider sufism today ie. twirling, dancing etc. Pure Tasawwuf or sufism has it's sources from the Quran, Hadeeth and the verdict's and explainaitions of learned scholars or jurist.
Sufism is a method of following Islam in its true spirit . actual name of Sufism is "Ehsan " . True Sufism is based on the Hadith of Gabriel as mentioned by Imam Bukhari and Imam Muslim . It means to worship Allah as if allah is looking you or if it is not possible to worship allah as Allah is looking you . True knowlege of Sufism can be found in books written by Hazrat Mujaded alif Sani and Hazrat Shah Wali Ullah .
The purpose of Sufism is to reach a personal experience and closeness to Allah. That is the goal of a Sufi, to pursue the love of Allah.
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Sufism is a branch of the Sunni sect of Islam. Sunni's are the most popular sect.
Read the english translation of Kashf-ul-Mahjoob. It will clarify majority of your concepts regarding Sufism. Secondly, if you can understand urdu, check the link. Listen to the lectures of this fellow, that's a well of knowledge for you.
Love for all and hatred for none. Check the people who visit them in India. Hindus visit more than local muslims
There are three, key principles to Sufism. These are being Conscious of ones breathing in which the worshiper becomes aware that he or she breathes in the presence of God and attempts purification through this awareness.The worshiper watching their steps, these steps being the worshipers progress to spiritual enlightenment.The worshipers homeward journey, in which the worshiper strives to progress to the world of their creator, and abandon the materialistic world of man.Through these steps a worshiper of Sufism will attempt to achieve a fundamental state of innocence.
Sufism and its different methods were brought to India by various persons . Hazrat Khawja Baqi Billah Brought Silsala Naqshbandia. Hazrat Shahabuldin Soherwadi brought "Soherwardia " .Hazrat Ali Hajveri is most ancient popular Sufi in Lahore .
Yes it is.
Sufismnot something different from Islam. In fact, it is putting theteachings of Islam into practice with extreme devotion. The Sufisteach to be kind, helpful and charitable to all human beingsirrespective of their caste, creed, color, religion, country etc.They don't hurt the feelings of human beings even if they aresinners. The sinners may repent anytime and become better Muslimsand better humans than those who consider them inferior or sinful.All human beings are the off-spring of a single couple - HazratAdam (as) and Hazrat Hawa (as). Allah Almighty has created all andHe loves all His creatures. Nobody has the right to insult,maltreat or murder anybody. The Sufis welcome anybody who wants tosit in their company. They don't hate any person. They teach topractice tolerance and love. They follow the teachings of Islam inletter and spirit.
Sufism is not something different from Shariah. A Sufi seeks purityof heart and mind. A Sufi must practice Islam in its true andoriginal sense. A Sufi strives to please Almighty Allah by offeringTahajjad and Nowafis. He must be true, just , kind and honest inhis dealings. Different Silasis (schools of Sufism) rememberAlmighty Allah by reciting Allah-hoo round the clock. A sufi mustremember Almighty Allah all the time.