Sufi Books

Sufi Books written by Patriarch of Azeemia Sufi order, Mr. Khwaja Shamsuddin Azeemi. He has been writing for years, more than 60 has so far been written by him.

Here are few books names that are most demanded and attract the readers:

  • Mohammad ur Rasool Allah 3 part in Urdu
  • Mohammad ur Rasool Allah 3 part in english
  • Roohani Ilaaj
  • Learn Telepathy
  • Journey towards Inside
  • Meditation

and many more.

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Download Book: Muhammad Rasool ullah 3

Muhammad Rasool ullah (Sallalah o alaih e Wasalam) 3

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TELEPATHY: Learn Telepathy

TELEPATHY: Learn Telepathy

This book is dedicated to those lively-hearted friends who want to reach the pinnacle of humanity through service to mankind and to those scientists who would adorn the Earth anew after 2006 A.D.
His Divine Grace Qalander Baba Auliya writes in his valuable work ‘Tazkira Tajuddin Baba” (An Account of Tajuddin Baba Auliya).
“Human beings are conversant with the act of ‘articulation’ from the very beginning. In talking, the sound waves with predetermined meanings convey the information to the listeners. This method is a duplication of that communication style which takes place between the waves of Ego. It is a common observation that a dumb person conveys everything with a slight movement of his lips and those who are versed with lip-reading; understand every thing which he desires to convey. This too, is a replica of the same method. Animals convey their feelings to their fellows without producing any sound. In this case, too, the waves of Ego are operative. Trees also converse and communicate with one another regardless of the distance existing between them. This conversation not only takes place amongst the nearby trees, but the trees at far off distances also take part in it. The same law is valid for the minerals as well. Stones, pebbles and the dust particles also negotiate with one another exactly in the same style.”
Single Unconscious
Many events of prophets and people with spiritual powers are evident that only one and the same Unconscious is actively functioning in the whole universe. Every wave of the Seen and the Unseen understands the meanings of the other thought, even if they are located at the opposite poles of the universe. Understanding the significance and meaningfulness of the Seen and the Unseen is the life essence of the universe. We, with a considered contemplation about this life essence, which is our own life essence as well, can explore the conditions and situations of other planets besides that of our own planet. We can discover the thoughts of men and animals, can acquaint ourselves with activities of angels and jinni, and know the internal stimuli of plants and mineral. Continuous concentration transmutes the mind into Cosmic Unconscious and the artificial self—adopted shell of our personality is emancipated from the clutches of Ego and begins to observe it in the conscious. The targeted aim of the lesson of Telepathy that were started in Roohani Digest, Karachi in 1979 was that the sagacity pertaining to the significance and meaningfulness of the universe could be revealed upon the unpolluted minds and hearts of the young generation.
It is an occasion for rejoicing and gratefulness that our efforts have seen the light of success. The experiences of the students of Telepathy as reported in the following pages are
evident of this thing.
Telepathy; the technique of transference of thought, is that branch of metaphysical science which has widely attracted the attention of the people of the present era. A large number of books have been published on this subject in the western countries as well as in our own country. Without commenting on their literal values, it is said, that the knowledge presented in the form of this book has no parallel to it, because it is not based upon the occidental source rather the origin of this knowledge is that sublime heritage of our ancestors that has reached us in disciplic succession.
It is the blessings of our elders that the students of telepathy have been endowed with that thinking approach which is called the divine approach and this has helped them to remain on the straight path.
Announcement regarding the publication of this book proved to be such an act which widely earned the approval in anticipation. It is a blessing of Allah, the most sublime, that the book became a subject of discussion in various circles of our society even before its publication.
I am grateful to my sincere friends for their love and affection extended to me. I humbly pray through the intercession of the Holy Prophet (Peace and Blessings of Allah be upon him) that this effort of mine be a means of salvation for the people who want to enable them to rise to that position about which Allah has proclaimed, “Verily the Friends of Allah neither have any fear nor any sorrow troubles them.”
Just as for learning any worldly knowledge a teacher is mandatory, for following the instructions incorporated in this book guidance of a teacher is prerequisite and necessary.
Teachers of psychology, parapsychology and the learned leaders of spiritual orders can be taken as guides in this field.
Khwaja Shamsuddin Azeemi
Single Unconscious
Law of Sight
Waves of Ego
Society and Our Belief
Deterioration of the Brain Cells
Focusing of Attention
Mirror Gazing
Mercury Light
Goddess of Sleep
Universe Submerging in Light
Third Eye
Diving and Emerging
The Garden of Paradise
Voiced Thought
Men, Jinni & Angels
Rain of Noor
Candle & Lamp
Broom and a Lean Person
Trees also Converse
Door Opens
The Last Pool
The Tomb of Data Ganj Buksh
Flame of Fire
The Inner Eye
19. 156 ELEMENTS
Riddance of Inferiority Complex
Golden Palaces
Breathing Exercise
Special Instructions
Breathing Exercise
Curing Cancer Telepathically
Breathing Exercise
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SPIRITUAL PRAYER: Introduction Spiritual Prayer Book

Khawaja Shamsuddin Azeemi
This book is dedicated to those women who, before the end of the last
decade of the twentieth century, will govern the whole world at a most
dignified and superior level, driving forward and bringing great
progression in the mission of the holy prophet Muhammad (pbuh), the
first Noor, cause of creation of the universe, and
benefactor of humanity.
Translated by
Saima Kazi
Bismillah hir Rahman ir Raheem:
Oh Lord! Make me one who establishes regular Prayer,
and also (raise such) among my offspring
–✤-✤– Prayer is a Believer’s Ascension (Mehrāj) –✤-✤–
Mehrāj means to enter the world of the unseen. When
a believer attains Mehrāj through prayer, Angels
appear in front of him. He travels through
the Heavens, and through the blessings
of the Holy Prophet (pbuh) he
comes to know
his Lord.
Prayer is the name of that special worship in which man can directly communicate and establish a
relationship with his Creator. When a person stands to perform Prayer the doors of Heaven open up to
him and between the worshipper and Allah all veils are lifted.
The beloved Prophet (pbuh) has determined a method in the form of Prayer in order to form a link with
Allah. It is the declaration of the Holy Prophet that ‘Prayer is the Mehrāj (Ascension to the Heavens) of
the Believer.’ Mehrāj was the Mehrāj of the Holy Prophet. For his descendants the Holy prophet has
declared Prayer as Mehrāj. Such a believer attains the honour to sight the High Throne, and Allah
Himself. His ears hear the voice of Allah and his heart becomes acquainted with Allah’s closeness.
Spiritual Prayer, after manifesting the hidden treasures in the sea of knowledge and awareness, presents
to us the wisdom of Prayer from a scientific point of view. It also presents solutions to many issues,
including cures for incurable illnesses.
Khawaja Shamsuddin Azeemi is the present head of the Azeemia Sufi Order, and a world famous
spiritual master.
His mission and his invitation to the whole of mankind is that they should learn the inner knowledge,
realise their latent potential so that they may get to know the Lord Creator of the universe, and hence
enjoy a blissful life here and in the hereafter.
This era is an era of developed minds. Fifty years ago, something from a scientific point of view that a
fifty-year old man did not know, today a ten-year old child knows. The availability of knowledge at this
point is at its peak where man claims to have walked in space. The idea of transmitting thoughts a
thousand miles away has now become a manifested reality, made possible by increasing and decreasing
the wavelength of sound. Distances have thinned. A journey that used to take days and years to complete
can now be accomplished within minutes and hours. Research has revealed to us that in a human brain
there are millions of cells operating, and every cell with its full strength holds a creative ability within a
human. Yes indeed! This era is an era of knowledge, scientific advancements and self-awareness. In this
day and age a concept can only become accepted when it is demonstrated with an explanation in
accordance with scientific formulae and the laws of nature.
The language and approach should be easy to understand and should touch the heart.
Spiritual Prayer has been written taking the above principle into account. I have tried to present this
book by referring to the scientific meanings and the laws of nature to explain Asalātu Mehrāj-ul-
Mumineen (Prayer is the Ascension of the Believer) so that the current generation caught up in western
education can also take advantage of this book.
Spiritual Prayer, after manifesting the hidden treasures in the sea of knowledge and awareness, presents
solutions to many issues, problems and cures for incurable illnesses. Prayer opens the doors to the unseen
world for us. By performing Prayer correctly, conversing with angels can become an easy practice.
For people who are suffering from fear, insecurity and are inflicted with problems and grief, Prayer is an
unbeatable cure. It is such a practice that if put into action correctly, we can regain our lost power and
dignity once again and achieve an honoured rank within the category of flourishing nations. Regarding
Prayer, it is important to mention here that a Prayer without the presence of heart becomes a source of
deprivation on an individual basis and a source of downfall on a collective basis.
Chapter 30, Sūrah Ma’un states:
Ah, woe unto worshipers who are unaware
of the reality and meanings of their Prayers.’
May Allah bestow upon the entire Muslim nation, divine guidance to correctly establish Prayer. And
according to the words of the Holy Prophet (pbuh), (Asalātu Mehrāj-ul-Mumineen), grant us intimate
knowledge of Allah through Prayer.
C o n t e n t s (Part1)
Prayer – Ascension (Mehrāj) of the Believer
�� Spiritual Intention and Purpose of Prayer
�� Faith
�� Reading and Establishing Prayer
�� Prayer and Fire-Worshipping
�� The Thinking Approach of the Prophets
�� A Programme for the Descendants (Umat)
�� Adam and Eve
�� Conscious and Subconscious
Prayer and Mehrāj
�� Prayer of the Lover and Beloved
�� The Prayer of the Beloved Prophet (pbuh)
�� The Prayer of Hażrat Abu Bakr Siddiq
�� The Prayer of Hażrat Umar
�� The Prayer of Hażrat Ali
�� The Prayer of Hażrat Hassan
�� The Prayer of Hażrat Anas
�� The Prayer of Hażrat Abdullah-bin-Zubair
�� The Prayer of Hażrat Awais Karni
�� The Prayer of Hażrat Zain-ul-Abideen
�� The Prayer of Hażrat Rabia Basri
�� The Prayer of Hażrat Sufiyan Sawri
�� The Prayer of Hażrat Muslim-bin-Bashar
�� The Prayer of a Woman
�� The Prayer of a Saint
Prayer – A Cure for Grief
�� The Entering of Thoughts in Prayer
Explanation of the Adhān (Call to Prayer)
Ablution (Wużu) and Science
�� Washing the Hands
�� Rinsing the Mouth
�� Putting Water into the Nose
�� Washing the Face
�� Washing the Hands up to the Elbow
�� Performing Masah
�� Masah of the Neck
�� Masah / Washing of the Feet
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SPIRITUAL PRAYER: Explanation of the Adhān (call to prayer)

Explanation of the Adhān (call to prayer)
Adhān has been in force since the days of Allah’s friend prophet Ibrahim. When Prophet Ibrahim had
completed the construction of Holy Kaba he said to Allah:-
‘I have completed the construction’
Allah instructed him:-
‘Announce Hajj amongst the people’
Hażrat Ibrahim replied:-
‘O Cherisher! Where will my voice reach?’
Allah commanded:-
‘You announce it. To make it heard is my responsibility’
Hażrat Ibrahim asked:-
‘In which words shall I invite them?”
Allah replied:-
‘Say – People! It has been made obligatory on you to make pilgrimage to the ancient house.
All on the Heavens and the Earth have heard this. Are you not watching how they come
from far away cities saying ‘Labaik’ (acceptance of being present at ones service)’
According to another narration Hażrat Ibrahim climbed onto Koh-e-Qabas (Mount Qabas) and putting his
fingers in his ears announced:-
‘People! Allah has made Hajj obligatory on you, hence accept the command of your Lord’
After hearing this, the souls replied ‘Labaik’ from the backbone of the men and the abdomen of the
women. Hence, until the Day if Resurrection only those souls will perform Hajj who said ‘Labaik’ in
answer to Hażrat Ibrahim’s announcement, and none else.
It is our common observation that when we wish to converse with someone we try to attract their
attention towards us. There are many ways to draw attention. You can create a sound to draw attention,
you can call upon someone, you can send a message through another person or you can mentally
(telepathically) send the message.
Every religion has its way to draw attention or call its followers. In certain places the sound of bells is
used to gather people for worship, in other places conch shells are used to gather people at a point and
invite the Hindu priest to lead the worship.
Whenever a certain practice comes into force in mankind, it stays set. Only the way it is practised is
changed. In Islam the way devised to gather people at a point and to call people to worship Allah is called
the ‘Adhān’. Adhān is also worship in its own place. In Islam the one who proclaims in the name of Allah
has been blessed with respect. The Muezzin (one who calls the Adhān) wearing clean clothes stands up on
a height and with the feelings of respect and admiration and with a loud and clear voice proclaims
he then testifies Allah’s majesty and sovereignty and with that he also testifies that Muhammad is Allah’s
Prophet. After that he announces on his left and right that Prayer is blessings, Prayer is welfare and
prosperity in this world and in the hereafter. This announcement begins with the proclamation of Allah’s
greatness and ends with the proclamation of Allah’s magnificence and grace. What we are trying to imply
is that it becomes clear from the Adhān that the start of every deed and the limit of every deed is Allah.
The one who says the Adhān should have a blissful tone. His heart and mind should be enlightened and
clean. The reason for this is that with the voice the emotions are also conveyed. If the Muezzin’s emotions
are not pure and his mind is contaminated with sin then his mind will be devoid of peace and tranquillity.
When there is no tranquillity in the mind then the effect of his voice will not make an impact or attract
people. It is also obligatory on people to give the Muezzin respect and honour due to his dignified status.

SPIRITUAL PRAYER: A Cure for Grief, Entering of Thoughts in Prayer

Prayer – A Cure for Grief
Prayer is a practice that takes a person closer to his soul. When a person is acquainted with the knowledge
of his soul it becomes clear to him that it is Allah Himself who is guiding him. Just think what our life
would be like if Allah Himself was guiding us and just how close we would be to Allah. Truly, with this
course of conduct our every movement would become based upon Allah’s movement.
If we contemplate on the psychological depths of this course of conduct we find that whenever we do a
good deed for Allah’s sake, we find great satisfaction and happiness in it. That happiness penetrates deep
within and illuminates every part of the soul. With that happiness the soul becomes so light that it forgets
about its physical body. If we look into the lives of saints we realise that they spent their lives in the same
way as an ordinary person spends his life. The only difference is that they were acquainted with the
pleasures of a good course of conduct whereas we are not. How is it not possible for every descendant of
the Holy Prophet (pbuh) to achieve what was possible for the saints? Certainly it is possible for us all but
we are careless and ignorant. The saints, after acquainting themselves with this pleasure and with the
blessings of real Prayer managed to gather people to perform congregational Prayer. The congregational
Prayer of those few people managed to change the condition and structure of the whole world. But when
Muslims stopped performing Prayer in the way it should be performed and turned this sacred alchemic
worship into a ritual, as a punishment nature took all kinds of leadership and authority away from us.
There was no warmth left in our hearts. We became deprived of softness, passion, humility, modesty,
tolerance, knowledge, intellect, understanding and a healthy mind. While Praying, if there is no presence
of concentration and softness of the heart, and we do not get to know our soul and do not manage to
befriend Allah then this Prayer is a similitude to a body without a soul. If we perform our Prayers in the
manner prescribed by Allah and His Prophet then why would our Prayers not be Prayers? How could they
not? Why are we bereft of the blessings and rewards that our forefathers were blessed with?
According to the declaration of Allah and His Holy Prophet, Prayer is the cure to all our sadness and
grief, is an ointment to heal all the hurt inside us and is a remedy for our pain. But because we have
changed Prayer to suit us according to the time and occasion, we have left no stone unturned in making
this blessed deed lifeless.
All the prophets that have come to this world promoted the worshipping of Allah and good deeds. They
are those holy and pure beings that Allah has favoured and those who have been chosen to favour others.
But those who were disobedient and unfortunate did not take on board the teachings of these virtuous
messengers sent down by Allah and instead overlooked them. Allah states in the Holy Qur’ān:-
‘But after them came a later generation who were disobedient who lost the reality of
Prayer and followed their carnal desires. But they will meet deception’
(Surāh Maryam, 59)
The meaning of this auspicious verse is that Prayer is the ‘jewel’ of worship, in other words, the essence.
If we remain unaware of the reality of it then all our Prayers will go to waste.
If we contemplate upon the knowledge of ethics we come to realise that the most effective way to develop
is through the character of oneself, and the complete picture of the character is made from the postures
and movements of Prayer. According to the declaration of the Holy Prophet, the greatest nourishment for
one’s character is Prayer. Allah declares in the Holy Qur’ān:-
‘Establish Prayer and pay the poor due. And whatever good ye send forth for your souls
before you, ye shall find it with Allah: for Allah sees all that ye do’
(Sūrah Baqara, 110)
In another place Allah declares:-
‘O ye who believe! Seek help with patient perseverance and Prayer: for Allah is with those
who persevere’ (Sūrah Baqara, 153)
These are the two forces through which we can free ourselves of our troubles, trials, pain, dishonour and
disgrace. If Muslims gather these two forces within them, the crown of kingship of the world would be
placed upon their heads. They would never become failures in any religious or worldly affair.
Prayer is the fountainhead of spiritualism. Prayer is a fort that protects us from an army of wrongdoing.
Prayer keeps us away from sinning. To just complete the movements of Prayer is not called Prayer. It is
necessary to possess the knowledge of the purpose of Prayer. The Qur’ān does not give us the order to
perform the ritual Prayer, it gives us orders to fulfil all the fundamental pillars of Islam properly and
completely. It clearly states that without mental concentration and the presence of the heart, Prayer is not
‘Recite what is sent of the Book by inspiration to thee, and establish regular Prayer, for
Prayer restrains from shameful and unjust deeds, and remembrance of Allah is the greatest
(thing in life) without doubt. And Allah knows the deeds that ye do’ (Sūrah Ankabūt,
The Entering of Thoughts in Prayer
People often complain that they cannot concentrate in Prayer and as soon as they make intention to pray,
thoughts start to enter their minds. Sometimes they cannot even remember which Sūrahs they have
recited in Prayer and which ones they have yet to recite. After ending the Prayer they are left with the
impression that Prayer was a burden on them until not recited and they have now got rid of this burden.
There is no pleasure or peace gained from such a Prayer whereas Prayer is actually a great way of
achieving a satisfied heart and being introduced to the unseen world. The main reason for this is that we
perform Prayer so quickly that the actual purpose of Prayer is diminished. The whole Prayer is read in the
time a single rakat performed with humility should be completed. The bowing and prostration are carried
out with such speed that one cannot even recite
in that time. The body is bent a little to bow down while placing the hands on the knees, lifting the head,
they have not even stood up straight again and already gone down to prostrate, lifting the head after
prostration, they have not even sat up properly yet and already gone down into prostration again, and then
got up to stand.
A Prayer performed as such is an act of dishonouring Prayer and rudeness in front of Allah. A Prayer or
act as such can certainly not be termed as Prayer. Instead it is a defective act which will become a cause
of shame and remorse for us on the Day of Judgement and from which we will gain no benefit at all.
It is the saying of the Holy Prophet (pbuh) that the one who performs the best act of stealing is the one
who steals in Prayer. His companions asked:-
‘O Prophet! How can one steal in Prayer?’
He replied:
‘To not perform the bowing and prostration in Prayer properly is robbery in Prayer’
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