What the Seeker Needs: Essays on Spiritual Practice, Oneness, Majesty and Beauty, with Ibn ʻArabi's Glossary of 199 Sufi Technical Terms

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Threshold Books, 1992 - Religion - 112 pages
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Examines the fundamentals of the Sufi tradition and discusses spirituality, rituals, prayer, and the nature of knowledge

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What the Seeker Needs: Essays on Spiritual Practice, Oneness, Majesty and Beauty (Threshold Sufi Classics)

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This is a translation of the classical Arabic text of Kunh ma la Budda Lilmurid Minh , written by a major Sufi theologian of the 13th century A.D. Ibn al-'Arabi, the most prolific of all the Sufi ... Read full review

Contents

What The Seeker Needs
1
Poem
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Majesty and Beauty
49
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Considered one of the gretest of Islamic metaphysical thinkers this Muslim Sufi mystic is now thought by many to be a heretic.

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