Hadrat Imâm-i Rabbânî says in the 67th letter of the second volume of his Maktûbât:
In Paradise Muslims will see Allâhu ta’âlâ without direction, without being opposite Him, without realizing how He is, without being surrounded, i. e. , without being in any shape. We believe in seeing Allâhu ta’âlâ in the Hereafter. We do not think of how He will be seen. For, mind cannot understand seeing Him. We have no other choice but to believe. Shame upon philosophers, upon those Muslims called the Mu’tazila, and upon all the groups, except the Ahl as-sunnat, because they were too blind and were deprived of this belief. Attempting to liken something which they did not see or know to those things which they saw, they deprived themselves of the honour of îmân.