عنوان مقاله [English]
During his/her suluk (spiritual journey) and intuition, a mystic establishes a relationship between himself/herself and nature and God, revealing something beyond reason. It is called "mystical experience". This experience is ambiguity when it comes in the form of language; in this way, different narrators create different narrations from "a single experience". In mystical texts, on one hand, the author tries to convey her/his thoughts, and on other hand, to "hide the secrets from strangers (na-ahlān)". By using descriptive-analytical method and based on the ideational metafunction, the present article tries to study the role of "experiencer" in the philosophy of illumination (Falsafeh Eshraq). In his treatises, Suhrawardi, as the founder of this school of thought, refers to themes like separation from higher world, spiritual nostalgia, removing barriers to suluk and meeting the old wise man, and focuses on spiritual journey (suluk) to the world of light and releasing from the worldly prison. The findings show that by overcoming the illuminate (Eshraqi) worldview, the relational processes have become mentalistic processes in the verbal sphere. Suhrawardi, first, describes the symbolic concepts with the aim of creating a tangible space, and then, interprets them by creating a space for dialogue. Finally, as the old wise man, he expresses the abstract concepts.