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Saints, Sufis and Yogis. 3rd ed. Vol.3. Q-Z By John Noyce
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Biographical Dictionary of key figures in the History of Spirituality. 3rd edition. Volume 3: Q-Z
The Masnavi I Ma'navi of Rumi: Complete (Persian and Sufi Poetry) (Hardcover) By Maulana Jalalu-'d-din Muhammad Rumi & E. H. Whinfield
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Rumi's great book of wisdom-infused poetry contain myriad lessons on the importance of faith, with the culture and lessons of spiritual, Biblical and Islamic teachings featuring strongly. In... More > authoring his masterwork, Rumi quoted the Qu'ran, the Bible and several spiritual forebears. Wishing to align his poetry in order to tell tales of man and man's place in the world, Rumi drew upon a variety of religious and spiritual sources to create a poetic compendium of supreme profundity and depth. The Masnavi was praised as one of the finest works of mystical literature ever seen. It is in the Masnavi that Persia's place between the spiritual cultures of Asia and the Middle East is evidenced. Rumi himself, while undoubtedly an Islamic scholar of great ability, did not feel confined to the faith; he saw spiritual value in a range of disciplines, and asserted that the light of Mohammed's prophecy does not leave faithful Christians, Jews, Zoroastrians or other denominations behind.< Less
Yunus Emre: Sufi Poet in Love {Complete Yunus' Philosophy & Metaphysics In Brief & Poems} By Yunus Emre
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"God is our professor and love is our academy." "Let us love, and be loved." - Yunus Emre Who is Yunus Emre? Is he one of the wandering hippies of 60's with torn clothing? Or is... More > he a romantic obsessed with love? He is neither, but at the same time both. Yunus Emre was a thirteenth century dervish from Anatolia. He is obsessed with love, but his love is the love of a true mystic. He did wear torn clothing, a dervish robe, and wandered about in Anatolia. He was but one of the thousands of Sufi dervishes of Islam, but he played an outstanding role in Turkish culture, literature and philosophy. Some writers regard him as the most important poet in Turkish history; his poetry, language and philosophy shaped Turkish culture and still do so. In this short overview Yunus Emre's life, and thought, we will examine his legend and then turnto humanist themes in his poetry. I hope that will lead to appreciation of his works; poetry has limitless implications!< Less
El Elixir De La Verdad: Un Viaje Por El Camino Sufi, Volúmen Uno By Musa Muhaiyaddeen
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El Elixir de La Verdad, Un Viaje por el Camino Sufi, Volumen Uno, es una profunda recopilación de conversaciones espontáneas que invitan al lector a embarcarse en un viaje asombroso. El... More > camino sufi de transformación es un viaje hacia la autorrealización, abriendo la parte interior de nuestras vidas, nuestra verdadera espiritualidad que yace en espera. Es el camino hacia la realización interior abriendo la puerta al verdadero ser humano dentro de cada uno de nosotros.< Less
The Sufi (Mutasawwifa) Science of Dua 25 Duas from the Holy Qur’an By Faheem Judah-EL
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LEARN THE SCIENCE BEHIND DUA - SUPPLICATION PRAYERS Question: what is DUA, and what is it for? Answer: "DUA IS THE WEAPON OF THE FAITHFUL (mumin)," says RasulAllah! (Messenger of... More > Allah) Dua is an Arabic word that roughly translates as supplication. In Sufi terms dua is the act of supplication, but it is an inner calling to God: it is making personal contact or having a personal conversation with God in you.< Less
The Out-of-Body Travel Foundation Journal: Sad Ud Din Mahmud Shabistari – Forgotten Islamic Sufi Mystic - Issue Eighteen By Marilynn Hughes & Sa'd Ud Din Manmud Shabistari
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OUT-OF-BODY TRAVEL MAGAZINE: The eighteenth issue of the 'The Out-of-Body Travel Foundation Journal' we continue a series of issues covering forgotten mystics from different religious traditions,... More > this issue following SA’D UD DIN MAHMŪD SHABISTARĪ –Forgotten Islamic Sufi Mystic. In the ‘Question and Answer’ section of our magazine, Akim Ben-Hurion of Israel asks the relation of Out-of-Body Travel to traditional religion and its beliefs. We’ll allow an ancient sacred Jewish texts, the Midrash Tanuma to help answer this. And in ‘Different Voices,’ we’ll enjoy some of the mystical poetry of Shabistari.< Less
TEACHINGS OF HAFIZ By GERTRUDE LOWTHIAN BEEL
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SHEMSUDDIN MAHOMMAD, better known by his poetical surname of Hafiz, was born in Shiraz in the early part of the fourteenth century.[1] His names, being interpreted, signify the Sun of the Faith, the... More > Praiseworthy, and One who can recite the Koran; he is further known to his compatriots under the titles of the Tongue of the Hidden and the Interpreter of Secrets. The better part of his life was spent in Shiraz, and he died in that city towards the close of the century. The exact date either of his birth or of his death is unknown. He fell upon turbulent times. His delicate love-songs were chanted to the rude accompaniment of the clash of arms, and his dreams must have been interrupted often enough by the nip of famine in a beleaguered town, the inrush of conquerors, and the flight of the defeated. EDITED BY FAHEEM JUDAH-EL< Less
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TEACHINGS OF HAFIZ By GERTRUDE LOWTHIAN BEEL
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SHEMSUDDIN MAHOMMAD, better known by his poetical surname of Hafiz, was born in Shiraz in the early part of the fourteenth century.[1] His names, being interpreted, signify the Sun of the Faith, the... More > Praiseworthy, and One who can recite the Koran; he is further known to his compatriots under the titles of the Tongue of the Hidden and the Interpreter of Secrets. The better part of his life was spent in Shiraz, and he died in that city towards the close of the century. The exact date either of his birth or of his death is unknown. He fell upon turbulent times. His delicate love-songs were chanted to the rude accompaniment of the clash of arms, and his dreams must have been interrupted often enough by the nip of famine in a beleaguered town, the inrush of conquerors, and the flight of the defeated. EDITED BY FAHEEM JUDAH-EL< Less
Arriving At The Throne Of Love By H.B. Johar
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This anthology contains profoundly meaningful poems that were penned over a period of more than three decades by H.B. Johar, also famously known with his real name Johar Buang, a Sufi Poet. This... More > anthology of poetry takes readers on a journey into the very heart of man with a uniquely different approach to the theme of love that is great and universal. Johar’s poems reflected man’s challenging life in relation to the Creator and how that divine connection serves as a stronghold for man to search for values, the truth and peace. Destructive phenomena such as military aggression and forest fires are also integrated in some of his poems. Johar’s poems displayed strength in the use of words and phrases that were carefully selected to give a fresh meaning which had significantly contributed to a new trend and form in the realm of poetry writing in Singapore.< Less

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