In this study, whether “mushahada,” perception with heart, signifies “ruyat,” perception with eyes, was investigated in terms of “vahdat-i vüjud” and “vahdat-i shuhud.” The definitions of two terms were given after their lexical and technical meanings. The differences and similarities between the two concepts were determined, and the views of two schools on them were compared. As the discussions about Allah’s visibility in the world stems from “understanding of tajalli,” the views of the two schools about “tajalli” were determined, and the correlation between “mushahada” and “ruyat” was investigated in this frame. Since “vision” occurs with the perception of forms and figures in the world, whether a figure and a form can be attributed to Allah was investigated, and the problems of “tanzeeh” and “tashbeeh” were examined. The reasons why some sufis considered “mushahada” as “ruyat” were studied, and the distance of the two schools to Ahlessunna was determined.