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One of the prominent followers of wahdatul wujud in Java is R. Otherwise, there is a world of difference between those two groups of people in terms of their understanding of the Divine Essence. And, bar a few unbelievers who reject servanthood, no believer has ever dared to reject servanthood to God. He is a great scholar and prominent figure of tasawwuf from Aceh. The vision of Islam. Thursday, April 30,
Tashbih the declaration of similarity and Tanzih the declaration of incomparability. The contents of Islamic faith, roughly speaking, become the specialty of Kalam, Sufism, and Philosophy groups of scholars. And in practical, every form in which Islamic philosophy developed, tawhid was an underlying theme. Ihsan is to do what is beautiful is to worship God as if you see Him, because if you do not see Him, He sees you. The attitude demanded by ihsan may be dominated by tanzih or by tashbih, or it may combine the two qualities in equal measure.
Here Ibn Arabi explains that this is only a manner of speaking. In fact those characters are all latent within human beings because of the divine form, but they belong to God, and as long as people remain heedless of their own nature, the divine qualities within them will not become manifest in proper harmony and balance. God remains supremely transcendent, even though everything which arises and exists resembles him tashbih.
He resembles nothing but himself tanzih. Meaning that, of every act, the sole and only, the absolute, Agent is God.
It follows from this view that there is no need to look for any cause for whatever exists or happens in the universe; everything everywhere is directly the work of God. But God has created you and what you do. Saffat All is from God. Nisa 4: Tawhid al-sifat oneness or unity of the Subject: Meaning that of all predicates the sole and only Subject is God. According to this view, all volition, all forces and powers, all knowledge and faculties, belong to God only; they are an intelligible expression, or a work, or a realized state of Him.
Tawhid al-dhat also, tawhid al-wujud oneness or unity of Essence or of Being: Meaning that in essence all existence is One; and everything visible or knowable around us, other than Him, is a manifestation and disclosure of Him in certain states. In fact, when existents and events are not referred ultimately to God and His Names, it is impossible to explain them fully.
That is acknowledged by all people of sound learning who reflect seriously and pursue their reflections fully. Reasons understand tanzih, and without tanzih there can be no Islam and no servant, and hence there can be no tashbih and no vicegerent.
But imagination allows for the realization of tashbih. Excessive stress upon tashbih leads people to serve many objects and concern or to serve their own egos in place of God.
In either case this is shirk, the loss of tawhid. The net result of focusing too much on tashbih is practically the same as paying exclusive attention to tanzih.
This doctrine centered on the teaching of universe and human being creation through the God appearance in seven dignities martabat.
Ahadiyah is the haqiqa of Allah; the dignity of Dhat Allah and wahdah are called Haqiqa Muhammadiyah or the attributes of Allah; wahidiyah is the haqiqa of insan: And some other scholars label him as liberalist and pluralist.
Ibn Taymiyya attacked the idea of emanation not only in its philosophical but also in its mystical context, as adopted by the Sufis. He felt that the beliefs and practices of the Sufis were far more dangerous than were the ideas of the philosophers. The latter were a small elite group that had little direct effect on the masses. The Sufis, however, were widespread and had a large popular following. However, Ibn Taymiyya saw a link between the ideas of the philosophers and those of the Sufis, even though apparently they had little in common.
That is, when God reveals his truth to an individual, that person realizes that there is no difference between God and the self. Although the philosopher would deny that a human soul could flow into, and thus be, the First Cause, the mystical experience of the Sufis took them beyond the realm of intellectual discourse. According to the mystic, a merging occurred but could not be expressed in rational terms.
For Ibn Taymiyya, both the philosopher and the mystic were deluded, the former by reliance on a limited human intellect and the latter by excessive emotions. First, there is the theological position that God has attributes and that one of these attributes is God as creator. Thus there exists a distinction between God the creator and the created beings. This is an absolute distinction with no possibility of merging. This is the basis for the second part of his argument.
Ibn Taymiyya believed that a Sufi is simply someone who is overcome by an outburst of emotion. According to Ibn Taymiyya, sense perception and emotions cannot be trusted, and the likelihood of being led astray by them is compounded when one has a basis of knowledge which is itself errant and deviant.
They argue that wahdatul wujud is similar to pantheism. One of prominent sufis who always been associated with pantheism after Mansur Al-Hallaj is Ibn Arabi.
That is why it is quite common to see even some Muslims attacking to his works by introducing him as a disbeliever to the world. In fact the ones who know his work will know that Wahdatul Wujud imputed to Ibn Arabi in his works, is nothing to do with Pantheism. For them Being is One, which is nothing other than God.
The multiplicity of the visible is only imaginary or illusory. And, bar a few unbelievers who reject servanthood, no believer has ever dared to reject servanthood to God. For proponents of Tawhid Shuhudi or Wahdatul Shuhud, the perception of the one Being does not negate the existence of other beings as it does in Wahdatul Wujud.
The Sufi in other words sees only One Being but is cognizant of the fact that there are other beings in existence as well. Wahdatul Shuhud does not necessitate the denial of the existence of other beings. Thus the seeing of one Being is a mere subjective observation of the Sufi.
The defining feature of Wahdatul Shuhud is the recognition that God is above and beyond his creation and therefore transcendent, not imminent as he is in Wahdatul Wujud. God therefore is One Being who is distinct from his creations. The concept of wahdatul shuhud was given by Sirhindi. The created world being imaginary is therefore not of the same Divine essence.
Fana and baqa are both stages in the mystical experience. Although his name was widely recognized, only a minority of people could have read his works directly.
But many of his ideas reached ordinary people through the Sufis, and through popular poetry. This sufis teaching was continued by Abd. And in this time, the teaching of Ibn Arabi expanded into Nusantara. In the middle of the 16th century the most prominent Sufis who taught the doctrine of wujudiyah were Sheikh Hamzah al Fansuri and his disciple, Shamsuddin Al-Sumatrani or known as Shamsuddin Pasai. With the help of Sultan Iskandar Muda, the teaching of these two mystics spread beyond the island of Sumatra.
He wrote many books and poems, but a large part of them have been lost.
The Essence is reflected in the world and therefore the world is not other than He la ghayruhu. Here, he considers God as the absolutely Almighty. In this perfectness, God entails all the things. For this, human being is considered by Fansuri as a part of God. His views on God and creation have been opposed by Nuruddin ar-Raniri.
Hamzah Fansuri was considered as the preacher of pantheism. In fact, he mostly showed the concept of tashbih between God and His creation. However, he also has shown that there is tanzih between God and His creation. He is a great scholar and prominent figure of tasawwuf from Aceh. The core of this teaching is that the universe, including man, was brought into existence by tajalli or the emanation of God: Some of his thoughts are as follows: He is the perfectness of highest absoluteness, the thing that human being could not think about.
That dhat is wujud and the source of all beings. And this wujud is similar to wujud of Allah. The wujud of Allah covers the seen and the unseen things. Thus, dhat is sifat. One the contrary, men attribute is fana. These three beliefs are considered as the true tawhid.
Based on the first teaching that there is no God except Allah, Al-Palimbani translates the explanation of Al-Ghazali regarding on the aqida of Ahl Sunna.
He gives details the sifat wajib of Allah. Such makrifah is equal to heaven of the earth. And this makrifah is regarded as the great level of tawhid. The third and the fourth one are the goal of sufis. The third level of tawhid is the tawhid of muqarrabin. The sufis perceive the universe as the creation of God who manifests His wisdom and justice. However, such viewpoint is not adopted from the thought reflection of God and universe. But it merely achieve by a person who gains the emanation of God nur al-Haq through tariqa.
And the fourth level of tawhid is the tawhid of shiddiqin. He even does not perceive any other being or existence except the dhat of God. However in this level Al-Palimbani does not consider wujudiyah mulhid close to pantheism as the truth way, but he perceives wujudiyah muwahhidah as the truth way and the great level of tawhid. The 'unity of God' was transformed through the Sufi mystical experience into 'union' with God.
Sufis propagated the doctrine that God alone really exists and from there on moved to the belief that 'God is the sole reality of everything. In just two hundred years from the beginning of Islam, the ascetic movement gave way to mysticism proper, that is, experiences which might be described as ecstatic leaps of the spirit into oneness with God, 'passing away fana into God'. The way to this ultimate goal of the Sufi life was by self-denial, purifying the soul and mystical knowledge of God, as distinguished from formal knowledge.
This transcendental bliss of abandonment was called 'intoxication', a dying-to-self. How great is my Majesty! It was a spiritual union with God, attained through ecstasy, in which the Sufi claimed to become God himself. To distinguish between 'I' and 'God' is to deny the unity of God. Al- Ghazali , the mediator. The characteristic tendency of the Sufis to disregard outward conformity with Islamic laws, and their extreme utterances made them obnoxious to the orthodox Sunnis.
As a result of his work, 'Sufi' was not a term of reproach. Al- Ghazali , though Persian, wrote his works in Arabic. The work is also a means of reminding the whole community of the mystical basis on which he wrote. Sufism had always been both a great stimulus and a persistent strain in Islamic literature.
From this period on, many prolific writers and Persian poets of the first-rank, in particular, were mystics. He was an influential Sufi mystic and writer. He wrote some works. Of his 20 main Sufi works, the most important two are: These two collections constitute the standard Sufi encyclopaedia on mystical doctrine. Being and existence are all one and are combined in God; being which is apart from God exists only by virtue of His will, but was, prior to its being made separate, one with God; the perfect human al- insan al- kamil is the one who knows oneness with God, who loves God and who is loved by God.
Through them his teachings extended to all parts of Islam. Although Sufism is divided and subdivided into many groups, in regard to their speculation concerning God, some believe that Sufis can be divided into two main groups.
The larger of these is composed of those to whom everything is of the same essence. For them the creed, There is no God but God, means that beside Allah there is no existence. Those forming the second group, in their anxiety to conform to monotheistic teaching, explain the pantheistic expressions of mystic writers, interpreting them in the sense that the existence of the universe and all that it contains is so far transcended by the reality of God that these things count for nothing.
However, there are others who do not approve of it.
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