Rough translation of the relevant parts: In consequence of the treatment by the late Hakeem 'Ataaullah (marhoom), having been delivered of the ailment in a few short weeks, and with the kind consent of Gazzali-e-Zamaan [sa'eed ahmad kaazmi - 'alayhirraHmah], I presented myself in the service of Imaam al Wasileen, afdal al 'aamileen, sanad al kamileen, jaami' al m'aqool-wa-manqool, sayyidi-wa-sanadi-wa-murshidi, Imam Shaah (May Allah illuminate his blessed resting place), to fulfill my long-cherished desire for studying the "soul of tasawwuf", Fusoos al Hikam. ... Here, for a month and a half, I studied the noble Fusoos-al-Hikam, chapter-wise, under the tutorship of Imam-ul-Wasileen. At the conclusion of the course, in the dawn of eid-al-fitr, before leaving for the eeid-gaah, (my teacher) performed a dastaar-bandi for me with his own blessed hands. Were I to sketch here my beautiful experiences of hazrat's daily and nightly practices, or enter into details about the benefits and blessings (fuyood-o-barkaat) and revelations (mukashifaat) that I encountered during my study of the noble Fusoos al Hikam, it would make an entirely separate book in itself. ... Otherwise, I have more than sufficient beautiful recollections associated with Meheraabaad Shareef. ... However, in obedience to the command "and as to the favors of your Lord, proclaim (them)", I cannot do without mentioning that after reading Fusoos-al-Hikam Shareef under hazrat's spiritually-fruitful tutelage (faidh-raasan dars) I received that tawfeeq for expansion of the heart (sharh-us-sudoor) after which, even the most difficult stages of theology began to become easy for me, the knots of the secrets hidden in all the branches and books of the Dars-e-Nizaami, began to open-up for me, and most importantly, I received access to the illuminating cognition (ma'aarif) of the Qur'an and the Sunnah, after which I reached the level of Haqq-al-Yaqeen (true certainty) regarding a remark in Fataawa-Durr-e-Mukhtaar, which he copied from Imam Majdud-deen Fayruzabadi, author of Al-Qamoos-Fil-Lugah: "One of the unique characteristics of the works of Shaykh Al-Akbar is that the one who pursues them diligently, his undertsanding is enlarged to the point that the forbidding and the formidable complexities are eased up for him".