Incarnation or Divine Transmigration in Rumi’s Masnavi Ma’navi
The Resurrection of man according to actual form of his deed is one of the most significant issues among the Islamic Mystics and scholars that is people with their deeds and actions shape the form for their soul expression, which is the real substance of their soul. Their Purgatorial face will be embodied on the basis of their inward soul expression. This concept has wildly been expressed by Rumi in Masnavi Ma’navi, in which he has given a vivid definition. In the present study, the researcher has surveyed the concept of incarnation and the way human behavior changes his nature, soul and spirit in line with explaining its difference with transmigration from Rumi’s viewpoint, which is evaluated with respect to Quranic verses of Household.
Key words: Incarnation; Divine Transmigration; Soul; Soul expression
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