69. “Who brings the living (the consciousness of being alive with the Names of the Hayy) out of the dead (the futile state of corporeal existence) and brings the dead (the state of being blinded to the reality of one’s self or the reality of others; confining one’s existence only to the body and assuming life is going to end once the body deteriorates under the soil) out of the living (while in respect of his essential reality he is alive)? Who carries out the judgment? They will say, ‘Allah’...” (Quran 10:31)

70. “...And whoever is grateful, his gratitude is for his self (the realization and evaluation of the perfection of his essence)...” (Quran 27:40)

71. “When a [single] disaster struck you, although we had struck [the enemy] with one twice as great, you said, ‘Why and how did this come about?’ Say, ‘It has come about from yourselves (your ego)’. Indeed, Allah is Qadir (the possessor of continual and infinite power) over all things.” (Quran 3:165)

72. “...He who submits to, and places his trust in Allah, Allah will be sufficient for him (he who believes in the forces pertaining to the qualities of the Names comprising his essence and complies with their requirements, those forces will be ever sufficient for him).” (Quran 65:3)

73. “...Seek the continual manifestation of the Names of Allah (from your essence in respect of its Uluhiyyah; from the forces of the Names comprising your being) and have patience...” (Quran 7:128)

74. “And your Rabb has decreed that you serve only Him (He created you to manifest the qualities of His Names)...” (Quran 17:23)

75. “I have created the jinn and men only so that they may serve Me (by means of manifesting the qualities of My Names).” (Quran 51:56)

76. “He is al-Badee (The originator of the heavens [states of consciousness] and the earth [the body] who makes things without any sample or like). When He wills a thing, He only says to it, ‘Be,’ and it is.” (Quran 2:117)

77. “...While it is Allah who created you and all your doings.” (Quran 37:96)

78. “Do you not see that to Allah prostrates whoever is in the heavens and whoever is on the earth, the sun, the moon, the stars, the mountains, the trees, the moving creatures and many of the people? But upon many the suffering has been justified. And he whom Allah humiliates – for him there is no bestower of honor. Indeed, Allah does what He wills.” (Quran 22:18)

79. “Say: ‘Everyone acts according to his own creation program (natural disposition; fitrah).’...” (Quran 17:84)

80. “And to Him belongs whoever is in the heavens (conscious beings) and the earth (bodily beings). Thus, all are in a state of devout obedience to Him (in manifesting the qualities of His Names)...” (Quran 30:26)

81. “...The seven heavens (all creation within the seven dimensions of consciousness) and the earth (the bodies) and whatever is in them continue their existence through Him (tasbih). And there is not a thing that does not continue its existence through His hamd (the reality of the Names comprising one’s essence [Rabb] is the evaluator of this continual existence), but you do not understand their [way of, discourse, disposition] disclosure...” (Quran 17:44)

82. “...There is no animate creature but that He holds its forehead (the brain; the very qualities of the Names of Allah!)...” (Quran 11:56)

83. “You cannot will unless Allah wills (your will is Allah’s will)...” (Quran 76:30)

84. “Indeed we have created everything with its program (qadar).” (Quran 54:49)

85. “And there is not a thing of which its depositories (the forces comprising it) is not with us! And We disclose (the forces/qualities) according to its program. The requirements of its core creation program unfold sequentially.” (Quran 15:21)

86. “No calamity befalls you on earth (on your physical body and outer world) or among yourselves (your inner world) that has not already been recorded in a book (formed in the dimension of knowledge) before We bring it into being! Indeed for Allah, this is easy. We inform you of this in order that you don’t despair over your losses or exult (in pride) over what We have given you, for Allah does not like the boastful and the arrogant!” (Quran 57:22-23)

87. “...Perhaps you hate a thing and it is good for you; and perhaps you love a thing and it is bad for you. And Allah knows, while you know not.” (Quran 2:216)

88. “Whatever good comes to you it is from Allah, but whatever evil comes to you it is from your self (from complying with your conditioned beliefs including your alleged ‘moral codes’)...” (Quran 4:79)

89. “...Indeed, the dhikr (remembrance) of Allah is Akbar (enables one to experience Akbariyyah – Absolute Magnificence)...” (Quran 29:45)

90. “...and engage much in the dhikr (contemplation on the forces of the Names comprising your essence) of Allah so you can overcome difficulties and attain salvation.” (Quran 8:45)

91. “...And remember (dhikr) Him, to the extent of your awareness of your innermost essential reality...” (Quran 2:198)

92. “Allah will never hold anyone responsible for that which they have no capacity...” (Quran 2:286)

93. “Remember (dhikr) the qualities of the Names comprising your essence; your Rabb, and seclude yourself to Him in complete devotion.” (Quran 73:8)

94. “So remember (dhikr) Me; so that I will remember you.” (Quran 2:152)

95. “...And remember Allah while standing, sitting, or [lying] on your sides (i.e. experience Him in your being at all times)...” (Quran 4:103)

96. “They (those who have attained the essence of the reality) remember Allah while standing or sitting or [lying] on their sides...” (Quran 3:191)

97. “And if you speak your thoughts (or conceal them,) know that indeed He knows the secret (in your consciousness) and what is [even] deeper (the actual Names that compose it).” (Quran 20:7)

98. “O believers! Let not your worldly goods or your children prevent you from the remembrance of Allah (the remembrance of your essential self and the resulting experience). And whoever does this – it is they who are the losers!” (Quran 63:9)

99. “And he who turns away from My dhikr (the absolute reality of which I have reminded him) indeed, he will have a restricted life (limited by the conditions of his body and mind), and We will resurrect him as blind on the day (period) of resurrection.” (Quran 20:124)

100. “They (the objects/idols of their worship) will say, ‘Subhan, You are! It is not possible for us to take besides You any allies. But when You provided comforts for them and their fathers, they forgot the knowledge of reality and indulged in bodily pleasures eventually leading to their ruin.’” (Quran 25:18)

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