He got spiritual training from his father who was also his Sheikh spiritual teacher. He was very fond of Ibada' from his early life. From his early childhood, he was used to mediate at Darbar Ghousia during the whole night, despite the fact that he was also occupied in various activities pertaining to the affairs of the Darbar Ghousia Al-Syed Al-Sheikh Muhyiuddin Abdul Qadir Gillani (Allah bless his soul), because his father was the chief patron and custodian of the sanctuary of Ghous Al-Azam (R.A.). He also remained administrator of Darber Ghousia from 1948 to 1953. Due to psychological inclinations, spiritual potential, and physical strive, he covered his spiritual journey very quickly and got "Kharqa" from his father in his early youth. After this, he came into practical life and devoted himself only for the preaching of Islam and growth of Silsila Qadria.
He was the true example of the life of The Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessing of Allah be on him) in our time. He never compromised on Islamic Values and worked only for the sake of Allah. Once, Mr. Ayub Khan (president of Pakistan in 1960s) offered him land and money for his personal use, he replied that he will take only when the treasures of Allah will be exhausted, i.e., it is not possible. He was very humble and polite whenever a person enters/leaves his meeting he welcome/see-off him by standing. Whenever, a mureed (follower) touches his feet he says Astaghfirullah (Forgive me, Allah).
Once he was very sick - my personal experience, there were about 50 persons - the weakness was clear on his face. At the end of meeting, he said in a faint voice that I cannot stand up, as the first mureed come closer he stood up and shook hand with all his followers. Obviously, he got the strength from his humble nature because it is said that the real grandeur, glory and proud of a Wali is humility, on the other hand, it was not possible to have eye contact with him and mind-wandering or satanic influence on heart was impossible in his presence due to his spiritual influence and psychological power.
His doors were open for the whole community and for any type of person. There was no difference between rich and poor. Friday was fixed for general meetings / guidance. Every one can access him on each Friday for spiritual guidance and Duwa (pray). For special guidance or meeting, he was available after appointment.
His followers and aqeedat-mand (persons having good faith on him) belongs to every group of life. Students were his followers and he was very kind on them. Religious scholars like his meeting and learn from his knowledge - Dr. Tahir ul Qadri, Moulana Mustafa Raza Khan, Moulana Syed Ahmad Qadri, Allama Saeed Shah Sahib Kazmi, Moulana Yusuf Benori, Moulana Mufti Muhammad Shafi, Haji Muhammad hanif Tayab are few examples. Business community was very impressed by his Tawakal, Tasuruf, and wisdom - Tahir Tayab, Haji Ismail, Engineer Muhammad Iqbal, Haji Ghulam Muhammad Dossal, Qazi Zahid, Haji Salim, Mian Sharif are few examples. Rulers were faithful and obedient to his spiritual power - president Sadam Hussain, president Ayub khan, king of Mauritius, prime minister Bhutto, and Zia ul Haq are few examples.