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His father had become a Muslim and may have supported the family by carding wool. During his adolescence c. During the next period of his life c. He made a pilgrimage to Mecca , where he followed a strict discipline for a year.

In the course of his journeys he attracted many disciples , some of whom accompanied him on a second pilgrimage to Mecca. Following a third pilgrimage to Mecca, he again returned to Baghdad c. His thought and activity had been provocative and had been interpreted in various ways, some of which left him highly suspect in the eyes of civil and religious authorities.

The former are those who, in the moment of ecstasy , are so overcome by the presence of the divine that awareness of personal identity is lost and who experience a merging with ultimate reality. Such a statement was highly inappropriate in the view of most Muslims. The long, drawn-out trial proceedings were marked by indecision. A large crowd witnessed his execution. He is remembered to have endured gruesome torture calmly and courageously and to have uttered words of forgiveness for his accusers.

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Sadhguru on Mansur Al-Hallaj, the Sufi Mystic

His father had become a Muslim and may have supported the family by carding wool. During his adolescence c. During the next period of his life c. He made a pilgrimage to Mecca , where he followed a strict discipline for a year.

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Al-Hallaj gained a wide following as a preacher before he became implicated in power struggles of the Abbasid court and was executed after a long period of confinement on religious and political charges. Although most of his Sufi contemporaries disapproved of his actions, Hallaj later became a major figure in the Sufi tradition. In Mecca he made a vow to remain for one year in the courtyard of the sanctuary in fasting and total silence. Al-Hallaj made his second pilgrimage to Mecca with four hundred disciples, where some Sufis, his former friends, accused him of sorcery and making a pact with the jinn. After returning to his family in Baghdad, al-Hallaj began making proclamations that aroused popular emotion and caused anxiety among the educated classes. Al-Hallaj's preaching had by now inspired a movement for moral and political reform in Baghdad. The conditions of Al-Hallaj's confinement varied depending on the relative sway his opponents and supporters held at the court, [8] but he was finally condemned to death in on the charge of being a Qarmatian rebel who wished to destroy the Kaaba , because he had said "the important thing is to proceed seven times around the Kaaba of one's heart.

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