The Rahman is the possessor of grace, who forms all things from Himself with Himself.
The forms of grace can be divided into two: absolute grace and attribute-based grace. It can further be categorized as general grace and specific grace.
Absolute grace refers to the fact that the existence of all beings depends on the Absolute Essence of Allah, thus it is said the grace of Allah encompasses all things.
Attribute-based grace refers to the notion that all meanings that become manifest on all beings depend on the Names of Allah in their original state (before their compositional states).
General grace is the most comprehensive grace, it is with this grace that all sufferings in the afterlife will eventually end one day, even if they’ve been confined to hell eternally. The grace of the Rahman covers even those in hell!
Even though the Quran says some will remain in hell forever, it does not say they will forever be subject to suffering. This is the result of general grace.
A common question is, “If Allah has so much grace, why does he cast people to hell in the first place?”
Hell is one of the most misunderstood concepts in religion.
Why has hell been created?
Are there residents in hell?
What are the creatures of hell?
Why do people go to hell?
Why do people burn in hell?
Are there different types of burning?
What is hellfire like?
How can one continue to live in fire?
Unfortunately, illogical and absurd answers to such questions have forever pushed people away from understanding…
The word hell has a general meaning and a specific meaning.
In general, it means the state and environment in which people are subject to suffering.
In this sense we can talk about hell on earth, hell in the grave and hell at the place of gathering (mahshar)… The prison, hospital or other environments to which you are confined, for example, may be like hell for you; these are all relative forms of hell. Even the hell that is experienced in the realm of the grave is a relative form of hell.
There is also an absolute hell, which according to my observations, is the Sun. Not in the format that we perceive it right now, but as its radial twin that also currently exists. Those who die and pass on to Earth’s radial twin can see this.
Eventually the Sun is going to be 400 times bigger than its current size, engulfing Mercury, Venus, the Earth and the Moon, and reaching the orbit of Mars. It’s going to be 400 million times bigger than the Earth!
That’s when all the spirits that are subject to Earth’s magnetic field, that is, humans with holographic bodies, are going to want to escape from Earth, as Earth loses its magnetic pull.
Those who’ve practiced the recommended practices, such as prayer and dhikr –all of which have been advised to strengthen one’s spiritual energy rather than as an offering to a god – will be able to escape the Earth and the Sun’s flames of radiation… This has been symbolized as the bridge of ‘sirat’!
The flames of hell have been called ‘samum’ in the Quran, which means toxic destructive radiation.
The Sun’s radiation, which destroys matter and burns and deforms the radial bodies of people, comprises the gigantic flames of hell, which even today reach 800,000 km in height! Imagine their size when the Sun is 400 times bigger!
There are two types of suffering in hell.
The first is physical; the second is spiritual and thought-based.
Physical burning is when the photons of the highly heated radiation of hell deforms and destroys the radial makeup… The second is the burning that will occur when the false information and conditioning in one’s mind is invalidated and destroyed.
This is primarily due to one’s ego, the sense of self, possessiveness, ambition, thinking you are the body and thus living in pursuit of bodily pleasures.
Think about the sense of burning you feel when you lose something you own. Whereas if you can just say “Allah gave it, Allah took it” your suffering is going to end immediately, perhaps you’re not going to suffer at all.