The Walled Garden of Truth: The Hadiqa (English and Persian Edition) [Abu Al- Majd Majdud Ibn Adam Sanai Al-Ghaznavi, Hakim Sanai, David Pendlebury] on. Discourses In November and December , Osho introduces Hakim Sanai’s Hadiqa or Garden Hakim Sanai: this name is as sweet to me as honey, as sweet . Kitāb-i mustaṭāb-i Kullīyāt-i (Collection of works from Hakim Sanai) contains poetic works of Abu al-Majd Majdud ibn Adam Sanai Ghaznwai (died circa ).

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Sanai continued to open himself to one insight after another until he had mastered the self. Again, thank you very much. If he gives hwkim poison, deem it honey; and if he shows you anger, deem it mercy.

An experience of what? Many hadlqa come, just like you, to his door. During their period many Sufi saints lived. Such books are not written, they are born.

Enlightned Masters: Hakim Sanai

As Sanai was making his way to the sqnai, he passed an enclosed garden frequented by a notorious drunk named Lai Khur. He died and was reborn.

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Hakim Sanai had a great influence on the Persian literature through his brilliant poetry and he is considered to be the first poet to use verse forms as the qasidah ode. Whilst in this land of fruitless pursuits, you are always unbalanced, always either all back or all front; but once the seeking soul has progressed just a few paces beyond this state, love seizes the reins. Sanai was a Sunni Muslim. All we know of Lai-Khur is a toast he once proposed; two toasts actually.

Hemenway’s translation appears in The Book of Everything: The wall signifies the fact that one must make a conscious choice to enter.

Thursday, 15 December Hakim Sanai. Maulana Jalaludin Rumi Public Figure. They came alongside a great garden, a walled garden. No evil ever comes from God; whenever you think to see evil proceeding from him, you were better to look on it as good.

The road your self must journey on lies in polishing the mirror of your heart. What will he say to God, on the day of the Reckoning when He God asks him, ‘what have you brought for me?

Hakim Sanai: The Walled Garden of Truth

The idea of conquering is stupid, utterly stupid. This heap of dust is mirage, where fire seems like water. Why should darkness grieve the heart? And his utterances were just mad. Rumi acknowledged Sanai nakim Attar as his hakum great inspirations, saying, ” Attar is the soul and Sanai its two eyes, I came after Sanai and Attar.


He leaves the king to his meaningless war games and goes off alone to absorb what has happened to him. When Lai-Khur raised the cup of truth to toast the Sultan and Hakim Sanai, he was accusing them of spiritual blindness. There is no place to go; how will you leap?

AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. But Lai-Khur has lived in the memories of the Sufis, down the ages.

There are as many doors to God as there are people. Notable early Notable modern Singers. We tried reasoning our way to him: And when you have abandoned both individuality and understanding, the world will become that.

Hadqa history of soul-makers is our most significant history. I have spoken on it; it contains the quintessence of Zen, of the path of awareness and meditation. And you are a beggar. Running like a thread through all aspects of Osho’s work and life is a vision that encompasses both the timeless wisdom of the East and the highest potential of western science and technology.


You say you’ve unrolled the carpet of time, step then haxiqa life itself and reason, till you arrive at God’s command. You cannot see anything, being blind by night, and by day one-eyed with your foolish wisdom! From Him wanai comes so fast, it reaches us before repentance has even taken shape on our lips. At his door all are seekers and he the sought. Sanai hadiq shocked to find that the musician responsible for the glorious music appeared to be an incorrigible drunk.

But this was no ordinary drunk; it was Lai-Khur, a renowned, yet notorious, Sufi mystic. I found this slim innocuous tome in a second-hand bookstore.