Path to experiencing divine love
ISLAMIC mystics (Sufis) seek to find the truth of divine love and knowledge through behaviourchange practices.
Sufism seek ways to God via spirituality rather than opting for legalisms. The way of the Sufi remains relevant as it can help to deepen spirituality and reset a path toward merciful well-being.
Some spiritual practices focus on resetting the mind, to inspire and maintain symmetry and to bring calmness and clarity to the body, mind and spirit. Love is the core of Sufi tradition and it suggests the reason for creation is that the Creator sought to reveal Himself and did so by awakening the love of His nature. Some sages advise that since “a way” to God is through love.
Thus, to witness reflections of divine love, we should observe individuals who are “in love”. The dictionary has varied definitions for human love. Some suggest a deeply tender, passionate or deep affection for another. When people are “in love”, they generally tend to think of each other and seek closeness often.
For example, the Taj Mahal was built by the Emperor Shah Jahan for his wife. This expression of love of a Mughal nobleman remains the epitome of love.
Recently, Muslims across the
THE Taj Mahal was built by the Emperor Shah Jahan for his wife.