Spiritual Eyes of Blindness—Mawlana Rumi

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ClearlyEnlight’s Awareness cannot emphasize enough concerning the blinded eyes of humanity concerning spiritual truth. Mawlana Rumi, in addition to the Prophets Isaiah and Moses, taught in regards the seal, or vale that is covering the eyes and ears of humanity from Divine truth and enlightenment.

God has set a seal covering their ears and eyes and hearts. Their eyes see things that are the opposite of what they are; they hear wisdom as gibberish and raving. Their hearts have been transformed into a home of self-love and vanity. A winter’s tangle of dark shapes and pride has possessed them. Their hearts are hardened with ice and frost.

“God has set a seal on their hearts And their hearing, And on their eyes is a covering. —Mawlana Rumi

Mawlana Rumi, who lived at a higher level of consciousness, could observe the disbelief of the populace, despite their faith in the religion of Islam. The presentation to the majorities is emptiness of spirituality combined with loneliness and boredom; the hospitality of the Divine Source is aloof and ambiguous that causes disbelief within the inner heart.

Post Picture Captured in Mari, Syria.

As technology advances and economics is stressed, disbelief is preforming as the plague, and the dominating dogma of the media is intertwined with the dogma of religion, which is the principle cause of spiritual blindness. The Idolatry of the world religions, and the cultivation of selfishness, has resulted in separateness of Divine intimacy. Consequently, the eyes of the populace are blinded, unable to understand the deeper context of truth. The world religions teach an obscured dogma concealing the affirmative context of definition; the context of the subject in reference to the writer’s mind set of the era is lost among the world of religion and the minds of humanity.

How likely is it that such people could be full of these true words? They have never caught so much as a whiff of them. They have never tasted a drop in all their lives—neither they nor those they worship, nor their miserable household. God shows a pitcher to everyone. To some it shows the pitcher full of water, and they drink until they are sated. But to some God shows it empty. What thanks can someone give for an empty pitcher? Only those, whom God shows the pitcher full, find thanks for this gift. —Mawlana Rumi

The majorities of the populace are blissful within their ignorance. Humanity avoids to comprehend the destiny of this world—fear dominates within the heart. The Divine Source causes a paradox, setting the destiny for each person—few people (compared to the population of humanity) will attain a higher-level consciousness. Consequently, because of the practice of Idolatry among the world religions—a vale, or seal, is covering the eyes, ears, and hearts, of humanity from the truth.

They have not known nor understood: for he has shut their eyes, that they cannot see; and their hearts, that they cannot understand. —Isaiah 44:18

Chapter 44 of Isaiah is directly teaching about the results of Idolatry. Mawlana Rumi taught corresponding context.