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25th July: MFI Returns to the Lama Foundation After 22 Years
12th July 2019|Activities

25th July: MFI Returns to the Lama Foundation After 22 Years

25th July: MFI Returns to the Lama Foundation After 22 Years

We at the Messiah Foundation International are utterly delighted to announce Sufi Younus AlGohar’s upcoming visit to the Lama Foundation retreat centre in Questa, New Mexico, on the 25th of July, 2019. This visit marks the first time in 22 years that the MFI are returning to the iconic Lama Foundation centre.

For Messiah Foundation International, the Lama Foundation has always had a special place in our hearts. His Divine Eminence Gohar Shahi first visited the Lama Foundation in July of 1997. It was here that members of the community – from all walks of life – joined hands in invocation of God’s name while circumambulating HDE Gohar Shahi. It was also near the Lama Foundation site that HDE Gohar Shahi and Lord Jesus Christ held their momentous meeting.

Sufi Younus AlGohar and his team will participate in the Lama Foundation’s activities and lead the group Zikar at the Lama Foundation on the 25th of July. For further information, visit the Lama Foundation Website.

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Representative of The Awaited One Lord Ra Riaz Gohar Shahi. Recognised as Ambassador of Peace and Man of Valour. Advocate of divine love and interfaith harmony.
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Younus AlGohar is the representative of The Awaited One Lord Ra Riaz Gohar Shahi. Recognised as Ambassador of Peace and Man of Valour. Advocate of divine love and interfaith harmony. London, United Kingdom.
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New Video: Kya Rehbaniyat Islam Mein Haram Hai? | ALRA TV | By Younus AlGohar www.youtube.com/watch?v=-E8AsM397Zs

Is Rehbaniyat (Hermitage) prohibited in Islam? If so, why?

Summary:

- In simple terms, Rehbaniyat means 'Priesthood'. It relates exclusively to Judaism. The word Rabbi is derived from it. A Rabbi had to shun the world.

- A Mazhab (religion) only gives you teachings regarding your faith in God. A Deen (lifestyle) tells you how to connect with God and behave with others. Christianity an Judaism are Mazhab whereas Islam is a Deen. This is why those who became connected to God in Christianity and Judaism secluded themselves from the world - Rehbaniyat. But this was not the case in Islam.

- Rehbaniyat is to completely seclude oneself from the world permanently. In Sufism, aspirants temporarily to the jungle for 12 years' spiritual austerity - but they return to civilisation when the time period is over. Therefore, Sufis do not practise Rehbaniyat. It is similar to how a religious cleric spends 7 years in the madrassa to train for his post.

- There are three types of people who have completed the 12 years of spiritual austerity in the jungle: 1- Mufeed (Beneficial), 2- Mustafeez (Student), 3- Munfarid (Unique). A Mufeed is one who has witnessed the divine splendour and his intellect is intact; God appoints such a person on duty to serve humanity. Mustafeez are those who are earning spiritual benevolence and also rendering it. Munfarid are those who have such an intense relationship of rapturous love with God that they can no longer endure human company. God tells the Munfarid to stay in the jungle and not go back into the world.

- Prophet Mohammad, for the sake of solitude and to gain focus and concentration, would go to the Cave of Hira. He would stay there for three days at a time on certain occasions.

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New Video: Allah Ka Khof Kya Hai? | ALRA TV | By Younus AlGohar www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tvcBnMTWEc

What does it mean to be God-fearing? And does God prefer those who fear him or those who love him? Younus AlGohar explains in this brief video.

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‘I like Mohsineen (those who love me).’ - Koran 2:195

‘I am close to the Mutawalikeen.’ - Koran 3:159

- Tawakul (the root word of Mutawakileen) means ‘to be connected to God in a way that you have nothing to do with anyone else’ in Suryani. One of the effects of this is that God works through the Mutawakileen.

‘The more one has Taqwa the more respectable he is in [God’s eyes].’ - Koran 49:13

- Taqwa means to cleanse yourself of all the impurities in your body and heart with divine energy. Your Lower Self and heart are purified and your soul’s connection to God is established.

- The Devout Believers are God-fearing in the sense that they worry that God may become cross with them; it is not fear of the torment of the grave. This fear is a sign of faith.

- You are not God-fearing until you have divine energy in your heart.

‘Faith is between hope and fear.’ - Prophetic Tradition

- This Prophetic Tradition refers to the state of a Devout Believer. The changing state of a Devout Believer is like a spiritual see-saw. When a Devout Believer’s heart engages in invocation a lot, they become carefree and hopeful of God’s love. When there is a lack of invocation in the heart at any point and they sin, they become fearful that God would become upset with them.

‘Beware! The friends of God are free of sorrow and fear.’ - Koran 10:62

- The saints are those who are showered with the theophanies of God. God has guaranteed such people that he will always be pleased with them as per Koran 89:27-30. They do not have fear because their state doesn’t change like the Devout Believers.

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