The Teaching of Hazrat Inayat Khan

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That which a mystic cannot see or does not see before his eyes, he sees in space; and therefore if a thousand people say, "This does not exist", yet for the mystic it does exist. While they depend upon the objective world one day to produce their thought in a material form, the mystic sees it already in space. Naturally his faith becomes more firm and powerful, whereas the faith of those who depend upon the objective world becomes weaker every time their wish does not come true.