Learning how to Learn: Psychology and Spirituality in the Sufi Way

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Octagon Press Ltd, 1978 - Philosophy - 302 pages
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Learning How to Learn contains the authentic material from the Sufi stand-point, written in response to more than 70,000 questions received from government leaders, housewives, philosophy professors, and factory workers around the world. The lively question-answer format provides readers a direct experience of a Sufi learning situation. Shah draws from diverse sources, ranging from 8th-century Sufi narratives to today's newspapers, giving us insight into how Sufis learn, what they learn, and how spiritual understanding can be developed.
  

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User Review  - Clivemichael Justice - Goodreads

Excellent reading, a great writer delves into the science Read full review

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User Review  - Ramsay Wood - Goodreads

Inexpressible by me - you'll have to test-read it for yourself, methinks - and then write a review about your own reactions. Read full review

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Idries Shah (1924-1996), whose family lived in Afghanistan for a thousand years, is an internationally known authority on the region and his books on Sufism are considered seminal. "The Sufis," first published in 1964, is a first-of-its-kind modern statement on Sufism. Shah is the author of more than twenty books and has a readership spanning East and West.

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