Contemplation of the Holy Mysteries and the Rising of the Divine Lights

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Anqa, 2001 - Religion - 128 pages
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One of Ibn 'Arabi's first writings, composed when he was just twenty-nine, this work consists of fourteen visions interspersed with dazzling episodes regarding the nature of existence, the human relationship with reality, and true happiness. With helpful notes based on Ibn 'Arabi's own oral commentary, the work is presented for the first time in English.

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Ibn 'Arabi was an eminent scholar and teacher of Islam in the Moorish culture of Andalusian Spain during the 12th century. Cecilia Twinch is an experienced translator who has published various articles and presented papers on Ibn 'Arabi in Europe, the United States, North Africa, and the Middle East. Pablo Beneito is a professor at the department of Arabic and Islamic Studies-University of Seville. He has edited and translated three of Ibn 'Arabi's works, including "The Seven Days of the Heart,"

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