The main pillar for successful or for success, success – to make your intention pure. As much as you can do that you are approaching from success. Look for example Prophet, peace be upon him, just he ﷺ came with best intention and he ﷺ was one only. Then Allāh Almighty giving him ﷺ His divinely help and growing, growing, growing. Now more than one billion people keeping his way and anyone who asking success in his life firstly he must do his intention good. Good intention ending in goodness. Bad intentions ending in badness. That is a natural law, doesn’t going to to be changed.
Sultan ul-Awliya Mawlana Shaykh Muhammad Nazim Al-Haqqani An-Naqshibandi (QS)
Good intention ending in goodness. Bad intentions ending in badness. That is a natural law, doesn’t going to to be changed.
Every Friday, Allāh Almighty (جل جلاله) makes a divine invitation. He (جل جلاله) invites His servants. The angels come and they bring an invitation that says: “The Owner of all kingdoms, Allāhu dhū l-Jalāl calls His servant ‘Abdu l-Malik to His (جل جلاله) divine invitation”. Asta‘īdhu biLlāh. “Wa-Llāhu yad‘ū ilá dāri s-salām” (10:25) The invitation to Dāri s-salām is general, to Ḥaḍīratu l-Qudus is on Friday, if we try to describe it now we won’t finish until next week. “It reaches there” he says.
Mawlana Sheikh Nazim QS
Every Friday, Allāh Almighty (جل جلاله) makes a divine invitation. He (جل جلاله) invites His servants.
Saltanat TV Broadcast – Saturday 18th October 2014, Lefke – Cyprus
10:00 pm – An Interview
In an interview with a journalist from a Cypriot newspaper Sheikh Bahauddin talks about his memories of his father and about his father’s mission and achievements. He also emphasizes Mawlana’s deep connection to Cyprus and Cypriots and the intention of his successor Sheikh Mehmet to honor this and keep the derga in Lefke as the headquarters of the tariqa.
“The sun rises every day. What does it rise with? With the bliss of love. If it doesn’t have the bliss of love, it cannot rise. If it doesn’t have the bliss of love, the sun cannot show its rays. O our Lord, may our souls be brightened with the light of faith. May they open. Let us ask from Janab-ul Haqq, let us ask for light from Janab-ul Haqq. Let’s ask for light. A man without light is not worth a penny. Light. Let’s ask for light. O our Lord. O lovers of Shah Mardan. Our Allah. Our Lord, may we be filled with light. Who is not filled with light is not full with the bliss of love. Ask for the bliss of love. Ask for the bliss of love from Janab-ul Haqq. May we revive. May we revive. May we revive with the light of the heavens. Our Allah, our Sultan, You are Subhan, You are Sultan. Janab-ul Haqq dresses in light. He dresses in light. May He dress us in light, too.”
~ Mawlana Shaykh Muhammad Nazim Al-Haqqani An-Naqshibandi (Qs)
Don’t look to earthly power! The work of earthly ones is related to animal power. Your gaze should be upon the heavens. Don’t value earthly things. Not its gold or its treasures; everything around the world, don’t hunger for it! They give you no benefit. What gives benefit is as we say, “to cling” to the Awliya, like cats that caress those they love, those to whom they show affection. Show affection and nearness to the holy ones so that they don’t distance themselves from you. Allah Dhū l-Jalāl’s servants are like Shah Mardan; cheerfully chirping, roaming around the world: “Is there someone looking for us?” “Is there someone asking for us?” Holy, spiritual ones saying this and flying around continually. May Allah keep our assembly with them, not away from them.