Forty Days On Practice
Sufism is the inwardly focused practice of being that is the mystical heart of monotheism as introduced by the Holy Prophet Mohammad, peace be upon him, and all the Holy prophets who came before him. In his final sermon before his death, the Prophet recited, “This day I have perfected your religion for you,” and stated that the two gifts of this religion were the Qur’an and the lineage of teachers who received the light of knowledge of Divine Unity from his heart into theirs. Fourteen hundred years later, two Sufi Masters, Shah Nazar Seyyed Dr. Ali Kianfar and Seyyedeh Dr. Nahid Angha continue this lineage and explain that the Holy scripture of the Qur'an is the Index of Being, but the real Qur'an to be read by the light reflected into the heart of a qualified student by a qualified teacher is one's own inward being. In Forty Days On Practice, Hamid Hank Edson, a student of Dr. Kianfar and Dr. Angha for more than twenty-five years, offers his understanding of these two great Sufi Masters' teachings in forty short meditations that provide an overview of the Sufi practice of being from an intimate and personal perspective.
- Publication Date
- Feb 1, 2021
- Religion & Spirituality
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- By (author): Hamid Hank Edson