This consists of six of the thousands of mysteries contained in
“In the Name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate”
NOTE: A bright light from “In the Name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate” concerning divine mercy appeared to my dull mind from afar. I wanted to record it for myself in the form of notes, to hunt it down and capture it, and circumscribe the light with twenty to thirty mysteries. But unfortunately I was not able to do this at the present time and the twenty or thirty mysteries were reduced to five or six. When I say: “O man!”, I mean myself. Although this lesson addresses my own soul in particular, I refer it as the Second Station of the Fourteenth Flash for the approval of my meticulous brothers in the hope that it may benefit those with whom I am connected spiritually and whose souls are more discerning than mine. This lesson looks to the heart more than the reason, and to spiritual pleasure and perception rather than rational proofs.
In the Name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate.
[The Queen] said: “Ye chiefs! Here is – delivered to me – a letter worthy of respect. It is from Solomon, and is [as follows]: In the Name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate.”(27:29-30)
A number of mysteries will be mentioned in this station.
I saw one manifestation of “In the Name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate” as follows:
On the face of the universe, the face of the earth, and the face of man are three stamps of dominicality one within the other and each showing samples of the others.
The First is the great stamp of Godhead, which is manifested through the mutual assistance, co-operation, and embracing and corresponding to one another of beings in the totality of the universe. This looks to “In the Name of God.”
The Second is the great stamp of divine mercifulness, which is manifested through the mutual resemblance and proportion, order, harmony, favour and compassion in the disposal, raising, and administration of plants