Law Of Time And Space

To teach drawing to the students a pa per known as graph-paper is used in schools as the base for the drawings. This paper is graphed with small squares of equal size. Drawing teachers, ta king these squares as basic units, teach how to draw the pictures of objects, animals and persons. Teachers demonstrate how many squares would form the head of a person, how many squares would help to construct a nose and how many would be used in sketching a face or neck. They establish the constructional proportionality of the various organs by using an appropriate measured scale which helps the students in drawing the pictures conveniently. To say, the line of the graph are basis of pictures or in other words orderly arrangement of squares of the graph forms the pictures. In the same way these lines of Nasma, too, are the basis of all the material bodies. Forms and figures of the tripartite are constructed by the multiplication and division of these lines. According to the Law of the Preserved Scripturum, these lines or the colorless rays are actually the movements of different magnitudes. The more their accumulation, the more solid senses will be composed. Concentration of the same lines establishes the norms and forms of colors and attraction. And, movements and rotations of these very lines produce the Interval (Period). On one hand, concentration of these lines constructs Space and on the other hand rotation same lines creates Time.

This Law of the Lines, according to Sufism, is called Absorption of the Nasma. That is, Nasma adopts the form and figure of a feasible thing according to its requirements and physical demands. Feasible, in Sufism is that thing which in its last stage or after its completion can be sighted by the material eyes. The material form which is found in the species of the Tripartite is called the Embodiment. The basic forms produced by these lines prior to the formation of embodiment are called 'Reality' (Tahaqqaq). This form is also known as Illustrative Form. This form, in fact, is a simple form.

According to the Law of the Preserved Scripturum that form and shape of Nasma which cannot be seen through the material eye is called the Simple Form, reality or the Illustrative Form and that which is visible to the physical seeing eye is called the Compounded form, Embodiment or the Body. When the Simple Form attempts


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Qalandar Baba Auliay (R.A)

Alshaikh Khwaja Shamsuddin Azeemi, Chief Editor of the monthly Roohani Digest, the renowned spiritual scholar, founder of the chain of Muraqba Halls the world over has had the honour of learning the spiritual sciences from his spiritual mentor, His Divine Grace Qalander Baba Auliya, the sage of this age. In order to teach him the spiritual sciences Qalander Baba Auliya made Alshaikh Azeemi to pen down the words that he used to narrate. Alshaikh Azeemi being a devoted disciple not only noted the contents but also did his best to understand what he was taught. The eventual out come of his dedicated work took the form of the ‘Loh-o-Qalum’, the first ever book that comprises the whole syllabus of the spiritual science. Who else was more suitable to explain the contents of this document but Alshaikh Azeemi, the very able student of Qalander Baba Auliya. Dissemination of that knowledge, which is the legacy of prophets and had reached him in disciplic succession, has become an obsession for Alshaikh Azeemi because, according to him, this knowledge is the only elixir and the antidote for the ailing humanity in present times.