When we analyze the movements from the fourth point of view

When we analyze the movements from the fourth point of view, which is when we are standing up, we discover the meaning of the sura in the Koran called Kasas 28-88.
 “And call not, besides Allah, on another god. There is no god but Allah. Everything that exists will perish except His face. To Him belongs to command, and to him will ye (all) be brought back”
 When in the standing up position, to some extent, one reaches the state of nothingness whereby one no longer notices anything but Allah c.c. or the judgment; this does not occur by way of our intellect but rather it is purely spiritual phenomena (Hakkani or from HAKK).     
 Whoever was used to having his/her face turned toward his or herself, now, finds a true direction to turn the face to, as a result of the helpful yet cautionary words that proclaim “You all are going to return to Allah c.c.”   
 The comprehension attained by bending downward from the waist is the mertebe that is also known as “Esma.” The part of the sura known as Er-rahman 55/25-26 explains this by saying : “Then which of the favors of your Lord will ye deny? All that is on earth will perish”
 People who once presumed that everyone has his own identity begin to realize and understand the truth, and that is that only Rabb the most generous, is eternal and the One.
 When prostrating, also known as the level/mertebe of Sifat, one understands the part of sura called Al-I imran (3/185): “Every soul shall have a taste of death: and only on the Day of Judgment shall you be paid your full recompense. Only he who is saved far from Fire and admitted to the Garden will have succeeded: for the life of this world is but goods and chattels of deception”
 In the sitting-still position, which is also called “Zat”[Absolute Presence], (explained later), one understands the part of the sura Ali Imran 3/17: “those who show patience (firmness and self-control). Who are true (in word and deed) who worship devoutly who spend (in the way of Allah) and who pray for forgiveness in the early hours of the morning .
 The external manifestation of this level or mertebe was emphasized by Muhammad Mustafa (sav) when he said, “Whoever sees me also sees Hakk.”
 Whoever is able to reach this state is deemed to be one of the most fortunate in Allah c.c.’s kingdom.  Everyone should attempt to understand the level or mertebe of Tahiyyat proportionately to the level or mertebe of one’s true self.  In order to be able to reach this state of truth immense effort is required.
 InshaAllah, may dear Rabb ease the path for those who wish to reach this destination.  We should continuously pray for the depth and ample intelligence needed to comprehend (the sura Taha 20/114).    “High above all is Allah, the King, and the Truth! Be not in haste with Qur'an before its revelation to thee is completed, but say “O my Lord! Increase me in knowledge”