Now Let Us Start to Think Again

The questions never end! What needs to be learned is endless! Time needed for learning is short. Besides; most of the facts were explained using symbols, metaphors and signs within the social conditions of the time of 14 centuries before.
In one of the true hadithes, it`s stated that when a person is placed into the grave two angels that are called Munkar and Nakir will ask these questions:
“Man Rabbuka? (Who is your Rabb?)
Man Nabiyyuka? (Who is your Nabi?)
Man Kitabuka?” (What is your Book?)
Various questions related to this hadith might get stuck into someone`s mind, who wants to understand the subject better.
For example:
What are these angels? Where do they come from? How do they come? Are the images of these angels original and constant or are they variable in connection with one`s database? Will each person experience this event unexceptionally when they pass away?
If we can remember what we wrote before about the concept of angel.
An “angel” refers to a being which does not bear a width, length, density, shape, size, weight; briefly it refers to being that has no relation with the material conditions. In this case, of course no arrival from some locality can be considered for angels! Besides, they can fairly be regarded as a level or a dimension in the realm of existence.
Thus, if we think that the existence in the universe has been created on holographic basis, we then realize that the angels, including all that are given those and other names, that are spiritual powers, do take part as dimensional levels in everyone`s existence and it`s not a matter of discussion for them to come from outside.
Now, in such a case, we understand that these angels, defined as “light” (nuur) in terms of their main structure, become manifest in one`s consciousness according to his database and his spiritual mood with the images that brain forms. Because all the data in the brain are loaded onto the spirit and the person lives with his spiritual body from then on, his database in this world is effective also in this process.
It means that this power of interrogation found as a dimensional level deep within the true self (haqiqat) of each and every person, will become manifest in their consciousness when they are placed into the grave, and will question them about the new dimension conditions that they get in.
This interrogation is about the three subjects above.
Why is the person asked of “man rabbuka” but not of “man ilahuka” (who is your god)? What is meant by these question words?
Ilahiyat” (the quality of godhood) implies an external existence. Yet, ”rububiyyat” (the quality of Rabb) is a dimension within the essence of existence as a formation.
The answer of this question is expected to be “My Rabb is Allah” which is originated as awareness (wisdom) from within the person automatically based on his spiritual state and sensitivity in the conditions of that environment. It must even be based on the mystery of “B”.
I shall warn again that this answer will not be nonsensical utterance of plain words, with the words like the repetition of a parrot.
This interrogation is a life style and a process, not a test!..
Almost every person will be shocked when he experiences death!.. Because he/she encounters a reality of a different kind of life style far beyond what he may have ever thought of in this world.
During this stage, every person will automatically question about his past as to what kind of failures and achievements he had, where he was right and where wrong.
Yes, each person who passes to the grave life is forced to begin interrogating his/her faith unavoidably and determines where he/she did well where he/she made a mistake in the subjects of faith and of preparation for the life beyond death. This period is the stage when the angels named “Munkar and Nakir” become manifest from within him/her.
Each person will have to interrogate himself of how ready he is for the realities of his new life in the environment that is so different for him.
There are two styles of life that one lives in the world.
Either by comprehending the One pointed out with the name “Allah” and by preferring the style of world life based on this comprehension.
Or without realizing this truth; by ending the world life in a manner which is not in line with the realities of the system, in a suspicion of a god beyond yourself, over there, through an exterior object!

Let`s notice that. If we attempt to decipher the events described with various names and qualities, starting out the meaning of these names and qualities as we do generally, this is a confusing way and it is quite difficult to shoot the target of the reality of the event. Because, to tell the case that has been lived, “words” are fairly insufficient. It is quite difficult to reach the truth from the “words” because of this insufficiency.
Let me give the example of it like this: You have a dream and you feel whatever you lived at that period. However, when you try to tell your dream to somebody after you wake up, in which amount can you tell what you have dreamed of and lived with words to the other person!?
Here, the “rasul”s and “nabi”s perceive and experience lots of things in a manner supported by visions from time to time, sensing the dimension of consciousness; but they fail to express in words fairly when they need to tell across these experiences to others.
That`s why when such an information in words was reached to us, in order to penetrate the subject, it is highly a useful way to consider what may have been experienced that was tried to be told us with the words.
On the other hand, to “be transformed from case to speech” is really very short and clear way, trying to understand by focusing on “what may have been lived”.
Words are insufficient and weak to relate what a person senses and lives.

Let`s come back to our main subject.
If the individual lived convenient to the truth of One pointed out with the name “Allah”, in addition to this, also utilizing the information coming from Nubuwwa (the quality of being Nabi) perfection, could s/he direct his/her life according to this, or not?
Why is it said “man nabiyyuka (who is your prophet)” instead of “man rasuluka” (who is your rasul)?
However, whether in word of testimony, or in many verses of Koran, “having faith in rasul” is mentioned.
There are two answers of this.
First answer is this “Risalat” (the quality of Rasul) perfection informs about the truth of the existence. This is also related with the answer of the first question.
Second answer is that. Whether or not the individual utilizes the information coming from Nubuwwa perfection that would benefit him/her under the conditions he/she lives.
For example, the practices, which are pointed out as “spiritual practices” (ibadat) all discovered with Nubuwwa perfection, are the needed works aimed for necessities of hereafter dimension.
The individual gains certain powers and forces while doing these practices, and withstands the conditions of the environment where he/she will be tormented or bothered.
If s/he failed to apply the information coming from Nubuwwa perfection, do obligatory practices and works through this way, this time s/he will be sentenced to torment of grave because s/he will be left destitute from divine light, energy and power which are the yields of that practices!
The torment of grave for the individual is because of not being prepared for the dimension he passes, and of not getting the spiritual powers he had to get and not strengthening his spiritual body enough in world, as you may have noticed.


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