Divine Governance of the Human Kingdom

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Fons Vitae, Jan 1, 1997 - Religion - 300 pages
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A powerful but little known work, this volume contains three mystical texts. 'Al-tadbirat, ' the largest, is a fascinating treatise on the divine design and management of the world, and the central role the human model plays in the creative and governing process. The other two are 'kitab kunh ma la budda minhu lil-murid' (or, "What the Seeker Needs"), a brief guide for those want to follow the Sufi path, and 'kitab al-ahadiyyah' (or, "The One Alone"), an esoteric essay on transcendental unity.

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There is no index, no glossary and it has a very brief contents page. It has yet to be made available on Google Books for preview, so it is very difficult to use if one is doing any research.

Review: Divine Governance of the Human Kingdom: Including What the Seeker Needs and The One Alone

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Very accessible and highly recommended to those interested in Islamic spirituality Read full review

About the author (1997)

Ibn 'Arabi, a 12th-century Spanish mystic, was considered by many to be the greatest master of Sufism.

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