On the other hand, the approach of a Kaamil Living-Hearted Arif Faqeer of visiting the grave of some Saint or Wali and of getting his Beneficence and blessing is totally different. Such Kaamil People-of-Dawat, when pays a visit on the grave of a Wali, Martyr or Ghaus of Qutab for some need, he at once meets with the Roohani after diving into the Realm of Barzukh through Inwardly Muraqiba or the Roohani senses the aroma of the Noor of the recitation of the Holy Quran and comes out of the Ocean of the Realm of Barzukh and reaches before him. Thus, in both conditions, the Living Hearted Arif the People-of-Dawat accomplishes his desire and receives the good news concerning his need. At times, he sees his task accomplishing inside the Realm of Command (Aalim-e-Amar) and later that tasks is seen accomplished in the Realm of Witnessed and it never happens otherwise.
If a People of Inwardly Intuition (and insight) and the Living-Hearted Arif sees the graveyard and the cemetery through the Muraqiba, he finds it like that colony and the frequented (and thriving) city in the Realm of Simile that for every blessed Momin Roohani are built the Inwardly Lofty Subtle Porticos and splendid houses in it as per his Maratib and ability and for the Sifli Wretched Spirits are Deep Inferior Dangerous Black Tunnels and Immensely Dark and Macabre Dungeons same as we see jails, huts and grand palaces side by side in a city depending upon the class of the citizens where in same city, some citizens are facing grief while others lead the life of luxury and comfort and enjoyment and peace. Allah Almighty has used the metaphor of a town and settlement for the graveyard in the Holy Quran as He says for Hazrat Uzair Alaihis-Salaam:
Or (bethink you of Hazrat Uzair Alaihis-Salaam) the like of him who, passing by a township which had fallen into utter ruin, exclaimed: How shall Allah give this township life after its death? (2:259)
Here Allah Almighty has referred the graveyard with that village the roofs of which have all fallen. If a person, sees the roof of his own house or some other house fallen, it most probably indicates the death of the residents of that house.
In the above verses, Allah Almighty has resembled the graveyard with a township and a village for its condition in the Barzukh and He has given us the reference of the fallen roofs for our understanding so that the Outward seers (Materialistic people) should not take it a Physically existing village or a settlement.
It should remain clear that there are two kinds of Realms and Kingdoms present in the Aalim e Takween (Realm of Cause) and the Aalim e Imkaan (Realm of Possibility): one is the Aalim e Shahadat (Realm of Witnessed), that is, the Outwardly Realm of Sense and the Physically Existing Realm which can be tested and sensed through Five Senses. The other is the Subtle Inwardly Kingdom and the Spiritual World of the Aalim-e-Amar (Realm of Command) which is beyond the scope of the sense of physical and material senses and the understanding of mind and both the Realm (of Command and Witnessed) are thriving and frequented with life. In the Realm of Witnessed, that is, the physical world lives the material Kaseef corporeal creatures. Although this Material World is very limited and narrow as compared to the Invisible Subtle World yet ascertaining the estimate of its vastness and enormity is beyond the scope of the human wisdom and thought. For example, how many creatures inhibit this sphere of earth. If we assume the estimate of the Eighteen Thousand Realms according to our religious dictums that six thousand kinds and varieties live on land, six thousand in water and six thousand in air. Even then think, how much countless kinds and species these become. Of the kinds of terrestrial creatures, the human being is one kind and unit. Then there are so many nations, races and classes of the human beings of which each has a different complexion and outlook, face, ways of living, sociality, dress, language, religion, habits, thinking etc. if we only ponder over the physical diversity of the human beings, we will be wondered to note Allah's marvelous Caliber of Portraying that all the men, women, old, young people that have come since Hazrat Adam Alaihis-Salaam and will come till the Last Day, each being is different from the other regarding his face, appearance, visage, physique, stature, temperament, complexion and personality and you will not find two human beings exactly the same to each other.
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