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Insan Ki Haqeeqat Lataif Par Mabni
22nd May 2017|LecturesVideos

Insan Ki Haqeeqat Lataif Par Mabni

Younus AlGohar gives an in-depth explanation of the Spiritual Anatomy of human beings. This explanation reveals how the reality of mankind is not confined to the body; it is much more.

Main Points:

– There are a total of 7 Lataif (Subtleties) in the human body. 5 Lataif are located in the chest and they are connected to the 5 Grand Messengers. Each Grand Messenger was given the knowledge of the corresponding Lataif. Adam – Qalb (Spiritual Heart); Abraham – Rouh (Human Soul); Moses – Sirri (Secret); Jesus Christ – Khafi (Obscure; Prophet Mohammad – Akhfah (Arcane).

– The knowledge of the subtleties (spirituality) was reserved for the elite followers of each Grand Messenger. The common people were given the religious law which consisted of worship, rights of mankind, marital laws etc.

– Hazrat Ali’s statement about 40 Parts of Koran is referred to the knowledge of the subtleties. The 30 Parts of Koran are the physical Koran and the remaining 10 Parts are a combination of the Grand Messengers’ knowledge. Each Grand Messenger split the knowledge of their respective subtlety into two: one half for themselves and the other half for the saints.

– The 6th Subtletly is the Carnal Self and it is a commandment of God to purify it. The Carnal Self is located at the navel point of human beings. It is the reason for mischief and evil in the world. However, once it becomes purified, it inclines you towards goodness.

– The final subtlety is Ana. It is located in the head. The Ana has nothing to do with prophethood or knowledge of the 5 subtleties in the chest. It has to do with Seeing God. God granted the knowledge of Ana as a personal gift to Prophet Mohammad. It is not a part of Islam. Prophet Mohammad can grant the knowledge of Ana to whomsoever he desires. However, His Divine Eminence Gohar Shahi has no rendered this Esoteric Knowledge to the entire humanity, elite and common alike.

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Kitaab-e-Munir Kiya Hai?
14th February 2017|LecturesVideos

Kitaab-e-Munir Kiya Hai?

A viewer asked, ‘What is Kitab-e-Munir?’ Younus AlGohar answers it in light of the Quran.

Main points:

– Every Prophet and Messenger was given a specific name of God. God has many attributes, and each attribute has its own name. God granted each Prophet, Messenger and Saint Alam ul Asma, the method of making Noor (divine energy) from God’s names and penetrating them into people’s hearts. Jesus was given the name of Ya Quduso; his nation was enlightened with the Noor of this name. Moses was given the name of Ya Rehman; his nation was enlightened with Noor of that name. On the Day of Judgement, people will be recognised by the type of Noor they have.

– The Quran is God’s word. Noor is produced from the verses of the Quran. The method of generating Noor from the Quran is Kitab-e-Munir; meaning Alam ul Asma is Kitab-e-Munir. Muslims say that the Quran is Noor; but the Noor is generated only using the knowledge of Alam ul Asma.

– The Quran was revealed onto Prophet Mohammad’s heart. There are three parts of the Quran which were each revealed to then different Jussas (sub-spirits) of Prophet Mohammad’s heart. The knowledge of the Quran that safeguards the heart from Satan was revealed to his Qalb-e-Saleem; the knowledge inclining man towards God was revealed to his Qalb-e-Muneeb. The knowledge enabling one to see God was revealed to his Qalb-e-Shaheed.

– Only those with Qalb-e-Shaheed themselves will be able to obtain the knowledge of the Quran from Prophet Mohammad’s Qalb-e-Shaheed. When Imam Mehdi came, this knowledge was given to Imam Mehdi. The core of the Quran is in Prophet Mohammad’s Jussa of Qalb-e-Shaheed. The secret of it was revealed to Prophet Mohammad when he ascended on the Night of Ascension and theophanies fell upon him. – The knowledge of the Quran stored in Prophet Mohammad’s Qalb-e-Saleem is Kitab-e-Munir. Knowledge in his Qalb-e-Muneeb is known as Quran-e-Hakeem. The knowledge in his Qalb-e-Shaheed is known as Quran-e-Mubeen, because it is for Imam-e-Mubeen.

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Signs of a Successful Initiation of the Heart
1st January 2017|Articles

Signs of a Successful Initiation of the Heart

Signs of a Successful Initiation of the Heart

Invocation (Initiation) of the Heart is actually spiritual synchronisation of the word ‘God’ in the beating system of the heart.

One change you will notice [after a successful Initiation of the Heart] is that on occasion, your heartbeats will rise, even when you are not engaged in physical activity. You may be sitting quietly in your armchair or laying in bed, and out of nowhere you will notice that your heartbeats have risen. Another sign you will notice is that you will feel extra heat in your chest. With that heat, you will feel peace, spiritual serenity, calm and relaxation. During your sleep, definitely the Satan would want to stop you [from the practice of repeating God’s name]. Satan would come and try to sit on your chest; suddenly, you will see that His Divine Eminence Gohar Shahi has come in front of you. Involuntarily, without you saying it with your tongue, you will hear your heart saying [God’s name]. This is to know that your heart has been initiated.

After Initiation of the Heart, you will cry in God’s love frequently. You will notice that your heart has now gotten softer. Instantly, you develop a hatred for sins. You would want to forgive everybody; you would want to be kind to everybody.

There are numerous symptoms, but these are the most prominent features that you will have as symptoms after the Initiation of the Heart is successful.

The purpose behind Initiation of the Heart is to produce divine energy.

The purpose of production of divine energy is to enlighten the spiritual heart (the entity known as Qalb).

The Koran said, ‘Satan runs through your bloodstream.’

The idea is that the heart should start producing divine energy, which is generated by the practice of synchronisation of God’s name in the heartbeats. This production of divine energy will mingle in your bloodstream and push out the ingredients of the devil. The entire body will have to go through this internal cleansing. It will take at least three years for the entire body to become purified and cleansed. The entire bloodstream will have to be cleansed with the help of this divine light.

When the entire bloodstream is enlightened and divine energy is mingled with the bloodstream, all other souls that rest in the chest will start to awaken. When they’re awake, you will feel a beat on the other side of the chest as well.

It is difficult for some people to acknowledge that invocation has started in their heart, because even without it, you have throbbing in your heart. However, on the right side of your chest there is no heartbeat. If you feel beating either in the middle of the chest or right side of the chest, then it is the evidence that invocation has started in other souls also.

What is next?

His Divine Eminence Gohar Shahi said, ‘If your heart is initiated and enlightened, the heart itself will enlighten the entire spiritual and physical system of your entity.’

It will take time, however the Initiation of the Heart alone will render to your heart complete trust in God and faith in God. You will become an enlightened conscience.

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Purpose of Religion: A Message To Young Generation
26th June 2016|ArticlesLecturesVideos

Purpose of Religion: A Message To Young Generation

The following is an excerpt of Younus AlGohar’s talk aimed at young people living in the West whose parents are religious.

You should not do anything blindfoldedly. Don’t just do everything that your parents have done. You should know what you are doing and the consequences of what you are doing. Before you do it, you should satisfy yourself that what you are going to do is good; it is not going to harm or hurt anybody and your hard work is not going to go into a waste. It should mean something.

If I am going to a mosque, I better make sure that by doing so, I please the Lord. If I am doing things incorrectly and imperfectly, and this action is not going to please God, then it is a total waste. Some people go to the mosque just for the sake of going there. They think, ‘If I don’t go there, maybe my friends will say, “He is a Muslim and he doesn’t even go to the mosque!”’ Or they worry about what their fathers will say. However, you want to go there if you think, by going there you will be pleasing the Lord.

The goal of practising a religion is to please the Lord, so then when he is pleased with you, he grants you with his love and you become a holy man.

Inquisitiveness of the Young Generation

When I went to the mosque for the first time, I didn’t want to go there. My father forced me. I didn’t even know why we should go to the mosque. When I grew up and I studied, I started to understand what means what. As a child, if your father is a Hindu, he will take you to a temple. If your father is a Christian, he will take you to a church. If your father is a Jew, he will take you to a synagogue. If your father is an alcoholic, he will take you to a bar.

What I am trying to tell people is: if you practise a religion, you must know why you practise a religion.

Sometimes, our mind doesn’t tell us what to do. The necessity tells us what to do. For example, if I am thirsty, my thirst will prompt me to drink water. If you ask somebody, ‘Why do you drink water?’ They will tell you, ‘Because we are thirsty’. If somebody says, ‘I don’t know, I’m just drinking,’ it doesn’t make any sense. We go to a restaurant to eat food, but if you don’t know why you are going to a restaurant, you’ll go there, watch people eating and drinking, and come back.

This is the case today. People ritualistically follow a religion, but they do not know why they should follow a religion.

As a child, I was obsessed with cricket. I played cricket all day. My teachers didn’t like it. They used to tell me, ‘You only play cricket when there is a free period. Everybody else is in the class; you are alone playing cricket.’ One day, he asked me, ‘Why do you come to school?’ I really didn’t know why.I had thought, ‘We go to school so that we put our books in the class and then go back into the ground and play cricket.’ Then after a few years, I found out that we come to school to study and cricket is just a game.

The educational system of the young generation in the United Kingdom, Europe, Canada and America, is different from the one we have in Pakistan. In Pakistan, where I grew up, people know everything, but they don’t know anything. For example, they memorise the words of the Quran and if you ask them, ‘What does it mean?’ They say, ‘Why should I know? I just know it.’

The educational system in these countries will stimulate your brain. In Pakistan, the teacher will hold the book and read and you listen. In the West, they ask you to do it. They guide you, but they don’t do it; they make you do things. This is when you learn.

In the West, the teacher will tell you, ‘I want to know what a mango is. So go into the library and collect as much information on mangoes as possible.’ Then you go there, do some research, make notes and bring it back to the teacher. This is how you learn. Back home in Pakistan, the teacher will explain everything and he thinks you have learned everything. In the countries where the educational system is good, they stimulate your brain.

This new generation wants to know, ‘Why should I go to a synagogue, why not a church or mosque?’

We are living in western society; it is not a Christian or Jewish society. It is based on secular values made by human beings; it is not Christian or Jewish values.

For example, you’re a student in school or college, and you have a girlfriend. If you both agree to sleep together, there is no harm in this according to secular values – whereas in Christianity, Islam and Judaism, this is not allowed. There is a system. If you want to have sex with a woman, you must marry them legally first.

So when this generation goes to school, they have this system where they can do anything; when they come back home, their Christian or Muslim mother and father say, ‘This is wrong.’ So they are confused about what to do now.

They have been brought up in an educational environment where they are only taught to have protected sex with anybody. Whereas in Islam, you can’t do that. Parents from Pakistan do not educate their children, but expect it from them to know everything. Sex is a taboo subject; they don’t want to talk about it. This is where they go wrong.

Parents need to discuss everything with their children. This is where they will train and educate their children.

In a similar way, we do not teach children the necessity of practising a religion because we do not know it ourselves. It is very unfortunate: we were born in a Muslim country, in a Muslim home, so we think that we own Islam, we have all the rights and we don’t need any knowledge. We think, ‘We have knowledge in our blood! This is why we are having problems.

I want to address the young generation: before you do anything, you must know what you are doing; whether it is good for you or bad for you. Whether you are making a genuine effort. Whether you’re doing it for the sake of God or you’re just doing it to please your father. If you worship God to please your father, God will be really disappointed.

Paradise and Hell

Paradise is material. This solar system has many planets. In addition to this solar system, there is another solar system: it is called the Angelic Solar System. Each paradise is a like planet, like Earth, Jupiter, the Sun or the Moon. Paradise is not a building or a garden. There are seven planets [for each paradise].

There are seven hells [which are each different planets] in another galaxy.

When you die, your body is buried or cremated here, and comes to an end. The angels will take your soul and you will be assembled before God for accountability. God will decide who he will send to paradise or hell. When it is decided by God that, ‘This person will go into paradise,’ his soul will be placed in a new physical body. That body will have no diseases or illness; it will never die.

This concept of life in paradise is a little different as it has been told. People go there, live there forever, and whenever they wish for something, it will be there. If I were in their shoes, I would get bored. It would be the same thing over and over.

Without love and companionship of God, this idea of luxurious life in paradise seems to me a bit dull.

It doesn’t suit me or fascinate me. I want to be with God, rather than being in paradise. I want to be in the Lord’s company day and night for eternity.

The way religions are being promoted and projected these days, more and more emphasis is being laid on rewards, not love of God. They say to serve and worship God for paradise. Even while you’re worshipping, you’re thinking about paradise. God is not even a secondary object.

The Primordial Times and Choice of Souls

God created souls with a specific purpose in his mind.

He created a group of souls and the purpose was that these souls should love him. Now, when they are born into this world, they don’t need to go to any college; the natural instinct in their soul will be to look for God.

Nobody will tell them, ‘Go love God.’ They will feel the thirst of God’s love. They are special people.

Then, God created some other souls with a purpose: to guide others. So they have this natural instinct in them to guide other. They were regarded as prophets, messengers and master.

So there are many different types of souls and then God created some ordinary souls. He created them all.

They were all assembled before him and then he showed them luxuries of the paradise and luxuries of the world. Then, God said it unto them, ‘Choose what you want.’ So a multitude of souls chose the luxuries of the world. Some other souls chose luxuries of paradise.

Then, for those who chose luxuries of paradise, God said to them, ‘In order to get this, you need to follow a religion.’ For those who chose luxuries of the world, there was no condition.

All these souls came into this world and then religions were established. Now, many souls who did not choose the luxuries of the paradise, they also became Muslims, Christians and Jews. They will never get to paradise because they never chose it. As a result, they never follow the religion perfectly. They create problems.

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Younus AlGohar is the Representative of the Awaited One Lord Ra Riaz Gohar Shahi and CEO of Messiah Foundation International. He has been recognised as an Ambassador of Peace and Man of Valour. He is an advocate of divine love and interfaith harmony.
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