Mengingat di Facebook penulis banyak bergabung orang-orang asing pengikut, pencinta (muhibbun) dan/atau orientalist pengamat intens thariqat-thariqat dari Asia yang tumbuh berkembang di Eropa, Afrika, Amerika dan Australia, yang pingin tahu hubungan PancaLAKU dengan RAHASIA-RAHASIA LATHO’IF Baginda Nabi Muhammad saw, Nabi Khidhr as dan para Waliyullah, khususnya para “Wali Mastur” (Wali-Wali Allah yang tersembunyi maqomnya, yang dari penampilan lahiriahnya banyak orang tidak sangka bahwa mereka yang tampak “biasa-biasa” itu bahkan “tidak dianggap” dalam majelis-majelis dan acara-acara keagamaan itu, ternyata termasuk dalam golongan Wali-Wali-Nya) sejak zaman Nabi Adam as. hingga sekarang, maka berikut tanggapan penulis kepada mereka:
A’udzuu billahi minasy syaithonir rajiim
If you hear or read the sayings of a saint
and you understand the message
then you have got the knowledge.
But if you hear or read it and some blissful joy arise in your heart
and make yourself more humble and more aware in His presence
then you have got the wisdom.
~ Wiyoso Hadi (Jakarta, 2008)
The celeberated sheikh and poet Abu Sa’id (died 1049) once said, “The true saint goes in and out amongst the people and eats and sleeps with them and buys and sells in the market and marries and takes part in social intercourse, and never forgets God for a single moment”. Abu Sa’id also reported that one day a man asked a sufi-master how to reach God? ‘The Way to God’ the master replied, ‘Are many as they are created beings. But the shortest and easiest is to serve others, not to bother others, and to make others happy.’
The sufi saints were known as U’lul Albab at the time of the Prophet Muhammad (saw), like U’ways al-Qarani, Abu Bakr as-Siddiq, A’li ibn Abi Talib Asadullah ul Ghaalib, Salman al-Farsi and Abu Hurayrah Abdurrahman (radiya-l-Lahu a’nhum). Many scholars agree that the ‘People of the Bench’ (“Ahl As-Suffa”), which among them was Abu Hurayrah Abdurrahman (ra), can historically be regarded as the first Sufis as they regularly held gatherings of invocation (Dhikr Majlis) and received the blessing of being alluded to in the following revelation; ‘ Restrain yourself together with those who pray to their Lord morning and evening seeking His Face. Do not turn your eyes away from them in the quest for the good things of this life; nor obey any whose heart we have made heedless of Our remembrance who follows his own lust and gives loose reign to his desires.’ ( Qur’an Al-Kahf (The Cave), verse 28).
It is therefore clear that the Prophet received the divine order to be present with this group of companions and to call upon GOD with them. Many of this ‘People of the Bench’ (“Sufis”) were companions of foreign origin (e.g. Bilal from Ethiopia, Salman from Persia and Suhayb from Rome). They had suffered much injustice and maltreatment from the nobility of the tribe of Qureysh. Both their material poverty and their high spiritual aspiration qualify them to be described as ‘FAQIR’ meaning poor in front of GOD and as a ‘MURID‘ (A MURID one who wants to reach the knowledge of Allah. This term is used in the Quranic verse ‘YURIDOUNE WAJHAHU‘ (wanting the vision of His face). This contains the verb ‘YURIDU’ meaning ‘to want’. The one who is in the state of ‘wanting’ is known as a ‘MURID’.
“And keep thyself with those who call on their Lord morning and evening seeking the Divine Countenance (WajhaHu), and let not thine eyes pass from them, desiring the passing ornaments of this world’s life. And follow not him whose heart We have made unmindful of Our remembrance, and he follows his low desires and his case exceeds due bounds.”
~ Surat Al-Kahf (18): 28
The word ‘Sufi’ itself is connected etymologically to ‘purity’ (Assafaa, Safa, yasfou in Arabic) i.e. that which aspires to purify the heart of its hidden defects, inclinations and hidden attachments (Assiwa). The beauty and cleanliness of the heart (Safaa Albatin) will become apparent through the nobility of character and goods deeds, such as Pancalaku (the Five Deeds of Spiritual Excellence, ie: (1) Tawadu, (2) Siddiq, (3) Ikhlas, (4) Zuhud, (5) Fana fillah). Through the third eye (Ajna), people with high spirituality from around the world and since the time of Sayyidina Adam (as) until now can see the beauty and cleanliness of the heart (Safaa Albatin) of the real Sufis, Saints and Siddiqeen shining out in beautiful, holy, majestic, wonderful, subtle (lata’if) green lights. Even if they never call themselves Sufi, Saint or Man/Woman of Truth (Siddiqeen), the wonderful clean subtle (lata’if) green lights always reveal the beauty and cleanliness of their blessed hearts (Safaa Albatin).
The Qur’an reveals:
“Those will have gardens of perpetual residence; beneath them rivers will flow. They will be adorned therein with bracelets of gold and will wear green garments of fine silk and brocade, reclining therein on adorned couches. Excellent is the reward, and good is the resting place.”
~ Surat Al-Kahf (18): 31
“Dark green [in color]. So which of the favors of your Lord would you deny?”
~ Surat Ar-Rahmaan (55): 64-65
“Reclining on green cushions and beautiful fine carpets. So which of the favors of your Lord would you deny?”
~ Surat Ar-Rahmaan (55): 76-77
“Upon the inhabitants will be green garments of fine silk and brocade. And they will be adorned with bracelets of silver, and their Lord will give them a purifying drink.”
~ Surat Al-‘Insaan (76): 21
What does it mean? As the hearts of the real Sufis, Saints and Siddiqeen are always directly connected to the Heavens, so the beautiful, holy, majestic, wonderful, subtle (lata’if) green lights, that shine out through their hearts comes directly from the spiritual dimensions of the Heavens. That’s why (as reported by the Companion Anas bin Malik al-Ansari ra.) the favorite color of the beloved Prophet Muhammad (saw) and the color associated with the hidden Grand “Waliyy” (saint) Al-Khidr (as) are GREEN, because it reflects to the beautiful, holy, majestic, wonderful, subtle (lata’if) green lights that shine out through the clean hearts (SAFAA ALBATIN) of the real Sufis, Saints and Siddiqeen, which are always connected with the spiritual dimensions of the Seven Heavens. Those kind of servants, many of them are ‘hidden’, are the real A’wliya’ (singular: Waliyy) in GOD’s way. Verily, your Waliyy (Spiritual Protector or Spiritual Helper) is Allah, His Messenger, and the believers, – those who perform As-Salat (Iqamat-as-Salat), and give Zakat, and they bow down (submit themselves with obedience to Allah in prayer) — (Surat Al-Ma’idah (5) verse 55). May Allah forgive me and bless you.
Jika seseorang sudah dapat amalkan PancaLAKU dengan benar, tepat, dan sempurna, maka ia pun dapat akses ke sumbernya langsung, yaitu Alam-Alam Gaib Spiritual yang melalui alam-alam tersebut mengalir TIADA TERPUTUS petunjuk-petunjuk spiritual dari Allah AL-HADI (Paling Maha Selalu Memberi Petunjuk tanpa jeda sekejap pun). Alam-alam Gaib Spiritual itu dapat dihubungi melalui enam TITIK UTAMA LATHO’IF dalam jiwa kita masing-masing, HANYA JIKA jiwa kita sudah disucikan (TAZKIYATUN NAFS) melalui PancaLAKU. Bahan bakar utama PancaLAKU adalah Sultan adz-Dzikr. Apakah itu Sultan Adz-Dzikr? Ringkasnya (maaf dalam bahasa Inggris, karena penyimak tulisan-tulisan di facebook ratusan lebih dari Luar Negeri yang samasekali tidak paham bahasa Indonesia) adalah sebagai berikut:
A’udhu billahi minash shaitanir rajim
Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim
The most effective dhikr beyond words is leaving your ego behind whenever in God’s presence. This is the dhikr of all sultans al-a’wliya’. This is the dhikr of the awliya e-mastoor (hidden saints). This is the dhikr of Hazrat Al-Khidr a’layhis as-salam. This is the sultan ad-dhikr itself. It occurs when the servants of God want not to want except what God wants. It happens when the servants of God experience absolute nonexistence that has no need of existence because there is no existence besides God’s existence. It occurs when the servant of God doesn’t want anything for himself except what the Lord desires for him, and he doesn’t need anything from the universe except his Lord. It occurs when the servant of God doesn’t need to be recognized as a shaykh, a master, or to be someone. It occurs when the servant of God has no emotional attachment towards anything but God. In that moment of dhikr, the Lord will be the Ears with which he hears, the Eyes with which he sees, the Tongue with which he talks, the Hand with which he grasps, the Feet with which he walks. These are the signs of doing the sultan ad-dhikr perfectly. May Allah forgive me and bless you.
Leave your ego 50 percent behind, then you will reach the maqom (spiritual station) of Qalb, receive its vast hidden knowledge and its blessing, which lights are yellow hue, and hear all the Divine inside of you make dhikr by themselves, repeating … ya Lateef ya Lateef ya Lateef ya Allah.
Leave your ego 60 percent behind, then you will reach the maqom of Aql, receive its vast hidden knowledge and its blessing, which lights are blue hue, and hear all the Divine inside of you make dhikr by themselves, repeating … ya Fattah ya Fattah ya Fattah ya Allah.
Leave your ego 70 percent behind, then you will reach the maqom of Sirr (the Secret), receive its vast hidden knowledge and its blessing, which lights are red hue, and hear all the Divine inside of you make dhikr by themselves, repeating … ya Shaheed ya Shaheed ya Shaheed ya Allah.
Leave your ego 80 percent behind, then you will reach the maqom of Sirr as Sirr (the Secret of Secrets), receive its vast hidden knowledge and its blessing, which lights are white hue, and hear all the Divine inside of you make dhikr by themselves, repeating … ya Subhan ya Subhan ya Subhan ya Allah.
Leave your ego 90 percent behind, then you will reach the maqom of Khafa (the Hidden), receive its vast hidden knowledge and its blessing, which lights are green hue, and hear all the Divine inside of you make dhikr by themselves, repeating … ya Aman ya Aman ya Aman ya Allah.
Leave your ego totally (100%) behind then you will reach the maqom of Akhfa (the Most Hidden), receive its vast hidden knowledge and its blessing, which lights are black hue, and hear all the Divine inside of you make dhikr by themselves, repeating … Allah Allah Allah Ahad Ahad Ahad Allah…
The Qur’an reveals: “We will show them Our signs in the horizons and within themselves until it becomes clear to them that it is the truth. But is it not sufficient concerning your Lord that He is, over all things, a Witness?” [Surat Fussilat (41): 53]. In accordance to the spiritual meaning of this verse, the Holy Prophet said: “(Real spiritual) knowledge is a light that God casts into the heart of anyone that He wishes.” May Allah forgive me and bless you.
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