Makhtoumgholi Feraghi opinions and thoughts, theory of manifestation
encyclopedia of Islamic philosophers’ theories, second volume, Makhtoumgholi Feraghi publishing company.
The most important idea is the light that is the reason for lucidity and is the reason of the illumination of the world.
Translation: “God” due to his grace and mercifulness illuminates the living things.
Creation of the world is because of the manifestation of God who created everything.
Unless the beholder is captivated by God, he won’t perceive what he sees.
Khajeh Abdollah Ansari: Manifestation of God is a sparkle when illuminated, the lover will be disabled by its glory of the lucidity. Such Manifestation is a sudden affair but can be seen by the heart within and the more manifestation, the more effectiveness.
Any beauty deserves a gracefulness. And behind any curtain of gracefulness there is beauty. Beauty is required by God and he deserves it. Beauty is the manifestation of God.
God has given its beauty to every living thing. And looked at any living thing with love of beauty.
Great mystics stated that they see the God by the eye of him.
Great mystics even associate their beholding to beholding of the God.
All beings are described as divine treasures throughout the universe.
The world is all because of God’s presence, it is a right that is manifested in the presence of all possibilities. And all possible things do not have a presence due to they are a sign of God, however are not completely detached from it-God.
The universe is created since it is the divine manifestation of God.
“God who is manifested in anything that thing must be obedient and submissive,” God said. Anything omnipresent will remember God as holy and divine entity.
The universe won’t have an end to it and will not be complete other than that with manifestation of God, hence there will be an updated science.
1.Almojamolsophie, Sadolhakim, Professor of Lebanon Mythic University.
- Mystic Encyclopedia, Seyed Jafar Sajadi, Mystic & Philosophy Professor of University of Tehran