Every month Hazrat sahib teaches from, the very famous universal book of kashaful Mahjoob, and also takes the meditation class. A good number of readers’ often participate in it. The summary of almost two hour class is as follows.
There are too many efforts of Peer Ali Hijweri for the seekers of love, the love of Holy Prophet sallahu alaihi wassalm. He drank this glass of love from Ghazni, it’s a very famous province of Afghanistan, in other narration, the name of Subaktageen comes too. He was the father of Mahmood Ghaznawi, and how he got this addiction. He followed a deer, he was the lead, the deer ran away but the young one stayed behind, he caught him. When he moved away he noticed the sound of someone following, he saw it was the mother deer, and she looked really tired, hungry and thirsty. He felt a voice from the mother deer that she was saying how will he get happiness after taking away the child of hers? Who will she milk every evening, please return my baby. Just as this voice came from inside, he left the baby deer. That night he saw Holy Prophet sallahu allahi wassalm in his dream, and the Prophet sallahu aalahi wassalm said to him, Naseeruddin you showed kindness to one of our creatures, Allah will show kindness to you. Allah will give you land, and will give you wealth.
So today’s talking gave us a lesson, first the introduction of Peer Ali Hajweeri, and secondly the importance of doing Istakhara, that how important it is in Islam. The summary of Istakhara is that whenever the eyes of Muslim rise, they go to Allah only. All the Kashaful Mahjoob calls to the unity of Allah. He gave the same lesson that we have to ask from Allah, take from Allah only. Only it happens from Allah, He only does it. Nothing can be done without Allah.
Further the explanations of Istakhara is written, that my first glance is always at the Glorious Being of Allah. Remember the heart with no kalma, that is that there is no god but ALLAH and that Holy Prophet sallahu allahi wassalm is His Prophet, that heart is just like a rock. And the heart which has kalma is soil, it’s true that soil can be unfertile but soil can become fertile but rocks don’t.