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Abstract


Sufis who do not Disclose the Secret of Haq: the Example of Sultān Veled
Sufi masters classified people into three categories in general: Âmma, ahl-i hakāik and khāssa ( or awām: the low, khavās: the high, khavāssu’l-khavāss/akhassu’lk-khvāss: the highest), and deemed the low as eligible to Islam, and the high/the highest as eligible to Tasawwuf/Sufism. This means that they shunned strictly delivering Sufism to the low. To prevent misunderstandings, while some Sufis chose to use metaphors when talking about delicate mystical matters, Sultân Veled chose not to speak at all about this kind of matters by using sentences like “Pen came here, and its head was broken”, “For the wise, a sign is sufficient”, and “There are many secrets hidden in this. But it is not allowed to utter them.”

Keywords
Cunayd al-Baghdādī, Hallāj-ı Mansūr, Muhyi al-Dīn Ibn al-Arabī, Sadr al-Dīn Konawî, Mewlānā, Sultān


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