Daughter of fire: a diary of a spiritual training with a Sufi master

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Blue Dolphin Pub., 1986 - Religion - 822 pages
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This diary spans five years, making up an amazing record of spiritual transformation: the agonies, the resistance, the long and frightening bouts with the purifying forces of Kundalini, the perseverance, the movements towards surrender, the longing, and finally, the all-consuming love.

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Review: Daughter of Fire: A Diary of a Spiritual Training with a Sufi Master

User Review  - Manish - Goodreads

Unsure, read this as a kid and was impressed but now feel maybe we just all make things up as we go along.... Read full review

Review: Daughter of Fire: A Diary of a Spiritual Training with a Sufi Master

User Review  - Cindy Ba - Goodreads

Not one of the best spiritual books I've read. A lot of drivel, author feeling sorry for herself, crying a lot and feeling superior to other people. Read full review

Contents

Second Birth
3
Perplexities and Premonitions
11
Doubts
15
Copyright

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