American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences
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Tasawwuf is that branch of Islamic knowledge which deals with self-purification and the attainment of Divine Proximity (Qurb-e-Ilahi). Although Irshaadul Mulook deals adequately with the initial phase of Tasawwuf, viz., Self-purification which envisages the elimination of the evil attributes (Akhlaq-e-Razeelah) and the cultivation of the lofty angelic qualities (Akhlaq-e-Hameedah), its emphasis is on the second and higher stage of Tasawwuf, viz., Ser Fillah or the Journey around That (Being) of Allah. This highest stage of Tasawwuf is the elevation or progress in the stages of Divine Proximity (Qurb-e-Ilahi). Although a considerable portion of the teachings expounded in this treatise will remain locked and hidden to most people, including the Ulama, there is still a tremendous wealth of moral and spiritual benefit which the sincere seeker of Truth can gain from this book.
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