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COMMUNICATING MYSTICAL EXPERIENCE
Rumis view of Human and Divine
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affirms Al-Ghazali allegory analogies arguments attain attributes beauty becomes behold beloved blind bodily camel caql-i carnal causes clairvoyance clairvoyantly Comm Commentary compared consciousness described descriptions dhikr Divine dream ecstasy effort employed essence evil existence fana figures figures of speech FOOTNOTES TO CHAPTER frequently ghayb gives gnostic God's hearer heart Husamu'ddin Ibid illumination imply indicate inspiration Islam Jalaluddin Rumi light lines London lover Mohammed moral mortification mystic and non-mystic mystical experience mystical knowledge mystical love mystical teaching mystical union mystical vision nature negation Nicholson number of passages one's Paine College parable Plotinus poem poet poet affirms poet's Preface progress prophets Qur'an R.A.Nicholson reader realm references revealed Rumi's Saint seeker seeking self-negation selfhood sense silent similitude soul speaks speech spiritual guide spiritual realities Sufi Sufism symbol Tabriz theme things thou thought throughout the Mathnawi tical transmutation truth unity Universal Mind University Press various vulgar words