Definition of Interuniversalism (Cosmopolitanism)

Interuniversalism briefly refers to the thought of Erfan-e Keyhani Halgheh and it also consists of elevation of human’s thought to the level of the universe. We want to think beyond all ethnic, tribal, racial and national limitations, etc. and to comprehend the universe through perception of Divine General Mercy (Raḥmat-e ᶜĀmm). We do believe that without comprehending the Whole, we cannot correctly plan for our path toward Kamāl (Spiritual Perfection).

Human stands at a point where he deeply needs to understand the Whole and to achieve this understanding, he must rescue his circle of thoughts from limitations and free himself from getting caught up in worthless or low-value details in order to access the knowledge of Kamāl (Spiritual Perfection) through this path. Without such knowledge, humans will never understand the purpose and meaning of their arrival and departure.

If a human doesn’t establish a Connection (Ertebāt) with the Whole, he will be like a mill that does not know the purpose for which it is turning, while comprehending this purpose is one of the important missions of humans.

Centuries of engagement with details and immersion in them have shown that human has missed his golden opportunities and has not found anything to restore, because this information has not been aligned with the knowledge of Kamāl (Spiritual Perfection) and the Whole Intellect/Reason; Therefore, human has turned around himself in vain.

There is a significant difference between a human and a mill. A mill may not be able to establish a Connection (Ertebāt) with its Whole and understand the reason for its rotation, but a human is a being that can establish a Connection (Ertebāt) with its Whole and understand the role they are supposed to play in the universe.

Now it’s time to revise our fundamental viewpoints and reexamine everything that has failed to provide us with Knowledge (Maᶜrefat) and awareness in our connection (Ertebāt) with the Whole and in practice. Let us impartially scrutinize our shortcomings like a fair witness, so that we can achieve Kamāl (Spiritual Perfection) and achieve its perception thereof.

In the viewpoint of Interuniversalism, concentration means being imprisoned in one point, word, domain, etc., while this viewpoint raises the opposite notion of being imprisoned and seeks liberation of the mind and expansion of the range of capabilities.

Human from another outlook

from the collection of the books by the founder of Erfan-e Keyhani Halgheh
Mohammad Ali Taheri