عنوان مقاله [English]
Kashf-al-Asrar contains observations of Rozbahan from heaven. Mystics obtain the ability to see the unseen in a state between sleep and wakefulness which is called the event. Recognition and analysis of the event in language, according to its psychological state, entails an understanding of the psyche. What mystics seek within themselves and the journey they start from and end to themselves, leads to the encounter of a dimension that is today named “unconscious”. According to Yung, revelation is unraveling the depths of the human soul which is essentially a psychological state. Unconsciousness and sudden intuition in the archetypal daydreams is very similar to the event state. According to the order of the mystic, the individualization steps are more evident in the events, and how "Self" can organize and control all the images for representation. He renders internal survey equal to explorations in the unknown territory. In the events, Roozbahan sees the order and inner truth in the garb of imagination. The most important archetypal images in his observations are "Self" and the "Pir" (aged). He always refers to the hadith of I saw my God in the finest image. In his revelations, the finest images of himself or God appears as a person in the sensory manifestations such as forms of light, mandala, jewels, etc. from the treasury of the mind. Powerful expression of the “Self” in the order of unity diminishes the shadow and highlights the "Pir" (aged).