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tajik kord M, Rahimian S. Comparing the Pilgrim’s Progress in the Worldviews of Mir Seyed Ali Hamedani and Seyed Haidar Amoli. عرفانیات در ادب فارسی 2020; 11 (42) :153-168
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1- University Of Rerigions And Denominations, Pardisan , me.tajik@hotmail.com
2- Shiraz University,
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     In mysticism, the pilgrim’s progress plays a significant role throughout the path to reaching God, the Almighty. The mystic’s perception of the nature of this spiritual journey plays a fundamental role in shaping his actions. Various mystics have chosen different ways for achieving this objective. Some of the measures undertaken by them are "self-knowledge", "austerity" and "love and affection for God". Seyed Haidar Amoli, following Ibn Arabi, chooses the method of "self-knowledge" and decides to follow the path of "piety" through its different stages. He considers the ultimate end of this spiritual journey to be the observation of the unseen world based on knowledge, which can be gained through cognition of the divine nature, while Mir Seyed Ali Hamedani follows the path of Kabrouyeh and Shatar, which is based on the method of "love and affection". This spiritual journey can start through the love of the mystic and finally reaching God. it can also be in the form of sacrifice of the lover for the beloved and becoming eternal by joining the divine power and the unity of the lover and the beloved. However, both directions reach the same destination and both mystics believe in a way of love and affection towards the creator.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2020/05/12 | Accepted: 2020/10/11 | Published: 2021/05/5

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