It seems to me that:
If I take, I loose. If I give, I get.
If I talk, I am ignored. If I listen, I am heard. 39 more words
In Sufism, Metaphysics is always linked to spiritual realization
by Titus Burckhardt
Sufi doctrine possesses several branches, the two most important of which are the domain of Universal Truths (Haqâ’iq) and the domain relating to the human or individual stages of the spiritual way (daqâ’iq); in other words, metaphysics (the science of principles, or of the Principle) and virtue (the “science of the soul”). 75 more words
Using a tried and true metaphor we are all familiar with to further confuse and clarify the issue of subtle-ness:
Subtlety could also be said to be like an onion and its skins. 85 more words
Subtlety can be found,
In seeing, in seeing, it becomes apparent all things are of subtle nature or nature of non-nature.
When something is subtle, it is no-thing in particular, but simply a subtlety of itself, this subtlety is so to speak bottomless. 139 more words