عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
One of the most important matters in mystical knowledge and intuitional awareness is as follows: do revelatory sources (the Qur'anic revelation and its explanations) have the capacity to produce a heavenly mysticism which is directly and independently deduced and derived from the holy Qur'an and the tradition? In other words is it possible to infer esoteric knowledge from religious texts to gradually produce the science of revelatory mysticism? This question is more important and necessary to answer when we consider the present idiomatic mysticism which is made up of the intuitions of the mystics at the levels of 'ein-ol-yaqin' and 'hag-ol-yaqin' and has religious essence and is approvedwith Qur'an's verses and traditions and prayers [narrated from the infallible Imams] and has some pros and cons and even deprecators. It should be noticed that revelatory or ahl-ol-beiti mysticism is a mysticism understood or deduced and produced from religious texts, the Holy Qur'an and tradition, with the logic of Ijtihad (exertion). In other words it has arisen and has been produced from the Mohammadian complete intuition which has many spiritual-cognitive functions in different fields and is one of the sources of formation and perfection of the new Islamic civilization. This article will answer the mentioned question according to the following hypothesis: "the Holy Qur'an and tradition are two rich and sound sources of mysticism with sound and stable factors".