Kumpulan Hikmah Pancalaku (1355)

PART 1355

 

Hikmah #13541

“From his grandfather Jalaludin Bukhari

and other Masters, Sunan Makdum was

not only able in Suhrawardiyya but also

in other spiritual orders, which include:

 

1. Uwaisiyya

2. Makrufiyya

3. Tayfuriyya

4. Junaydiyya

5. Qushayriyya

6. Ghazzaliyya

7. Khwajaganiyya

8. Qadiriyya

9. Yasawiyya

10. Kubrawiyya

11. Mawlawiyya (Rumi)

 

The dhikrullah of those twelve orders were

passed by Sunan Makdum to Jumadil Kubra,

who passed them further to Mawlana Malik

Ibrahim al-Kashan (Sunan Gresik), who then

passed them further to his helper Mawlana

Ibrahim as-Samarqandi (Sunan Gesikharjo).”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #13542

“Sunan Gesikharjo himself was

skilled in Naqshbandiyya path

 

Sunan Gesikharjo passed the dhikrullah

of Naqshbandiyya and the other twelve

spiritual orders to his sons Raden Santri

Ali (alias Sunan Gisik) and Sunan Ampel

 

Those two brothers passed the dhikrullah

of those 13 orders to the other Walisongo.”

~ Wiyoso Hadi ( Moharram 5, 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #13543

“Besides learning the thirteen spiritual orders

of Sunan Gesikharjo, Sunan Gisik, and Sunan

Ampel, Sunan Gunungjati taught Shattariyya

Dhikr, Shadhilliya, and Ba’alawiya dhikrullah

 

Sunan Kalijaga integrated those 16 spiritual

orders and other Tariqa/Turuq Mu’tabarah

into one that can be called as Kalijagawiyya .”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #13544

“Sunan Ampel was the 30th master

of the Naqshbandi-Jawa-Ampeliyya

 

1. Muhammad (saws)

 

Tariqat Siddiqiyya:

2. Abu Bakr as-Siddiq (573-634)

3. Salman al-Farsi (died in 656)

4. Abdullah Ibn Abbas (619-687)

5. Al-Qasim al-Faqih ( 662-730 )

 

Siddiqiyya-Imamiyya:

6.   Ja’far as-Sadiq (702-765)

7.   Musa al-Kazim (745-799)

8.   Ali ar-Rida (765-818)

9.   Muhammad at-Taqi (811-835)

10. Ali al-Hadi an-Naqi (829-868)

11. Hassan al-Askari (846-874)

 

Tariqat Tayfuriyya:

12. Tayfur Bayazid al-Bistami (804-878)

13. Muhammad al-Maghribi  (844 – )

14. Abu Yazid al-‘Ishqi al-Iraqi (917 – )

15. Abu’l Muzaffar at-Turk (936 – )

16. Abu’l Hasan Ali Kharqani (963-1034)

17. Abu’l Qasim al-Jurjani  (990-1058)

18. Abu Ali al-Farmadi  (1042-1117)

 

Tariqat Khwajaganiyya:

19. Yusuf al-Hamadani (1048-1141)

20. Abdul Khaliq al-Ghujdawani

21. Arif ar-Riwakri (died in 1219)

22. Mahmud Faghnawi (died 1307)

23. Ali Azizan Ramitani (1189-1315)

24. Baba as-Samasi (died 1354)

25. Amir Kulal (1278-1370)

 

Tariqat Naqshbandiyya:

26. Bahauddin Naqshband (1318-1389)

27. Ala’uddin al-Attar Bukhari (died 1399)

 

Tariqat Naqshbandi-Jawiyya/Ampeliyya

28. Ibrahim Samarqandi (Sunan Gesikharjo)

29. Raden Santri Ali Murtadha (Sunan Gisik)

30. Ali Rahmatullah Sunan Ampel (1401-1481)

31. Raden Ainul Yaqin Sunan Giri (1442-1506)

32. Makdum Ibrahim Sunan Bonang (1450-1525)

33. Mas Said Sunan Kalijaga Shah Kalijagawiyya.”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi ( Moharram 5th, 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #13545

“Besides learning from Sunan Bonang as his first

Sufi guru, Sunan Kalijaga also learnt from other

Sufi masters, including from Sunan Gunung Jati

 

Sunan Kalijaga integrated the secrets of all

those Turuq Mu’tabarah from various guru

into one that can be called as Kalijagawiyya.”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi ( Moharram, 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #13546

“Kalijagawiyya incorparates the secrets

of 20 Turuq Mu’tabarah which include

 

1. Siddiqiyya

2. Uwaisiyya

3. Siddiqi-Imamiyya

4. Makrufiyya

5. Tayfuriyya

6. Junaydiyya

7. Qushayriyya

8. Ghazzaliyya

9. Suhrawardiyya

10. Khwajaganiyya

11. Qadiriyya

12. Yasawiyya

13. Kubrawiyya

14. Naqshbandiyya

15. Mawlawiyya (Rumi)

16. Shattariyya

17. Shadhilliyya

18. Khalawatiyya

19. Akbariyya

20. Ba’alawiya

 

Kalijagawiyya became the main tariqa of

Pajang and Mataram Islam royal families.”

~ Wiyoso Hadi ( Moharram 5, 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #13547

“By the power of 20 Turuq Mu’tabarah

and the blessings of his ancestors from

Pajang, Mataram Islam and Walisongo,

Sunan Pancalaku teaches Kalijagawiyya

to lovers thru heart to heart connection

 

Only honest sincere ones who can do heart

to heart connections with Sunan Pancalaku

can be permitted as his murid in spirituality.”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi ( Moharram, 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #13548

“Besides as the 30th master of the

Naqshbandi-Jawiyya, Sunan Ampel

was also the 30th spiritual master

of the Qadiri-Jawiya Golden Chain.”

~ Yos Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #13549

“Qadiri-Jawiyya Golden Chain

1.  Prophet Muhammad (s)

2.   Ali Ibn Abi Talib (601-661)

3.   Hassan ibn Ali (624-675)

4.   Hussayn ibn Ali (625-680)

5.   Ali Zaynal Abidin (659-713)

6.   Muhammad al-Baqir (677-733)

7.   Ja’far as-Sadiq (702-765)

8.   Musa al-Kazim (745-799)

9.   Ali ar-Rida (765-818)

 

Tariqat Makrufiyya (1)

10. Ma’ruf Ibn Fairuz al-Karkhi (750-815)

11. Abu’l Hasan al-Sirri Saqti (died 867)

 

Tariqat Junaydiyya (2)

12. Junayd al-Baghdadi Shafi’i (835-910)

13. Abu Bakr Shibli al-Maliki (861-946)

14. Abdul Aziz bin Haris bin Asad Tamimi

15. Abdul Wahid al-Tamimi (died 1034)

16. Muhammad Yusuf Tartusi (1016-1055)

17. Abu’l Hasan Ali Hankari (1018-1093)

18. Abu Said Makzumi (1013-1119)

 

Tariqat QADIRIYYA (3)

19. Abdul Qadir al-Jilani (1077-1166)

20. Abdul Wahab Sayfuddin (1127-1196)

21. Abdul Salam al-Jilani (died in 1214)

22. Mahmud al-Jili (circa 1180-1255)

23. Ahmad bin Mahmud (circa 1215-1280)

24. Khalifah bin Ahmad (circa 1250-1325)

25. Abdul Karim bin Khalifah (1285-1360)

26. Ibrahim al-Jili Jilani (circa 1324-1400)

 

Qadiri-Akbariyya

27. Abdul Karim al-Jili Akbariyya (1365-1424)

28. Muhammad Maghribi Jilani (1380-1465)

 

Qadiri-Jawiyya

29. Raden Santri Ali Murtadha (Sunan Gisik)

30. Ali Rahmatullah Sunan Ampel (1401-1481)

31. Raden Ainul Yaqin Sunan Giri (1442-1506)

32. Makdum Ibrahim Sunan Bonang (1450-1525)

33. Mas Said Sunan Kalijaga Shah Kalijagawiyya.”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi ( Moharram 5th, 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #13550

“Sunan Kalijaga integrated 20 Reliable Spiritual

Orders (Turuq Mu’tabarah) including Qadiriya

into one, which can be called as Kalijagawiyya

 

Kalijagawiyya has several branches in which

Sunan Pancalaku is the head of one of them.”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )

 

“And keep thy soul content with those who call on their Lord morning and evening, seeking His Face; and let not thine eyes pass beyond them, seeking the pomp and glitter of this Life; no obey any whose heart We have permitted to neglect the remembrance of Us, one who follows his Ego, whose case has gone beyond all bounds.”

( Surat Al-Kahf verse 28 )

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