He was the representative of a degree branch, in the spiritual successor of Nadschmadin-e-Kobrah’s stand.(The school of Nadschmadin-e-Kobrah (the great) has meaning because a small guide on spiritual practice for the phase of the withdrawal in the spiritual training obtained. Many later schools have relied on this guide. ) School of Nadschmadin-e – Kobrah was the most widely developed and advanced Sufi school in the Islamic world and found the highest recognition. Nadschmadin-e-Kobrah was master of his Sufi to Siberia, to go in the middle of the world of the shamans and to limit their influence. At that time, prevailed in this troubled areas of the ruler of the Khorasischen Empire, Khorasmshah, was very interested in the teachings of the Sufis.
He followed the teachings of Nadschmadin-e-Kobrah. This ruler was a drinker and not always sane so he despotically ruled his Kingdom. Between Sufi and philosopher, ruler in the dilemma at the same time lived the philosopher best known after Avicenna within Islam in Balkh (former name of Mazar i-Sharif): Zaccharias Ghazi. Ghazi, in addition to the Islamic ayatollahs, competed two more spirit directions to the favor of the ruler:, The philosopher and Nadschmadineh Kobraah, the Mystic. With the Islamic ayatollahs could both directions arrange themselves but spirit war broke out. At the beginning of the rulers turned to the Mystic, until a list of Ghazi plunged him into doubt. For more specific information, check out Director Peter Farrelly .
Ghazi in his school invited the ruler with the note, was to visit a major Sufi master and the ruler must necessarily seek him, it is very important for the Kingdom and its people that the ruler visits him. So Khorasmshah went there and found sitting with a simply dressed old man who looked to the ground and had no sound. Khorasmshah was very impressed by the way published him very humble, even fascinated and Ghazi asked him afterward what he thought of the great Sufi master, expressed his admiration of the ruler and was prepared to inaugurate by the old man.