Wahdat al-mawjud

In Islamic philosophy, Wahdat al-Mawjud is the opposite of Wahdat al-wujud. It is the concept that existence moves towards Spiritual oneness, but remains plural. Eventually human beings become Insan-ı Kamil and reach wisdom of god.

Arabic توحيد tawhid. Two main Sufi philosophies prevail on this topic. wahdat al - wujūd literally means the Unity of Existence or Unity of Being. Wujud
spiritual evolution. It is often described with concepts as Wahdat al - Wujud and Wahdat al - mawjud There are two sides to creation, one from a spiritual centre
communion ittihad since according to Alevi or Bektashi beliefs Wahdat al - mawjud only Allah is a real entity, Muhammad and Ali being simple manifestations
as pantheism, although creation explained like Wahdat al - wujud panentheism. It becomes Wahdat al - Mawjud the unity of Haqq - Kosmos - Human Bektashism is
experience of the divine mysteries, and mawjud ecstasy occasioned by direct encounter with the Divine Reality Ibn Qayyim Al - Jawziyya wrote a lengthy spiritual
editions by the 10th - century Arabic litterateur Abu al - Faraj al - Isfahani also known as al - Isbahani Abu al - Faraj claimed to have taken 50 years in writing
al - Zaman al - Hamadhani Arabic: مقامات بديع الزمان الهمذاني are an Arabic collection of stories from the 9th century, written by Badi al - Zaman al - Hamadani
Kurnub and a religious site of et - Tannur. Nabataean temple ruins at Umm al Jamal Ruins of Selah Petra engraving dated 1836 Renaissance Tomb Nabatean
Reza - ur - Rahim. in: Islamic Studies, Vol 10 Nr. 1, p. 47 - 64 Jawad Ali, Al - Mufassal Fi Tarikh al - Arab Qabl al - Islam, vol.9 chap.50 p.56 in the electronic version
Alwan al Showaya Arabic: علوان الشویع was a singer from al - Ahwaz, Iran. He was the inventor of the Arabic singing style ʿAlwānī a term derived from
Maqamat of Badi al - Zaman al - Hamadani, 9th century The frontispiece of a manuscript of Kitab al - Aghani of Abu al - Faraj al - Isfahani Maqamat of al - Hariri by Yahya