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- The University of North Carolina Press 2011; US$ 29.95
Thirty-five years after its original publication, Mystical Dimensions of Islam still stands as the most valuable introduction to Sufism, the main form of Islamic mysticism. This edition brings to a new generation of readers Annemarie Schimmel's historical treatment of the transnational phenomenon of Sufism, from its beginnings through the nineteenth... more...
- The Golden Sufi Center 2012; US$ 9.99
Love is a Fire is an introduction to the Sufi path of love, taking the reader into the passion and wisdom of this mystical tradition. The call of the heart and how it draws us back to divine union is one of mankind?s greatest secrets, and for the Sufi this love is a fire that burns away all traces of separation. Love is a Fire is based on live talks... more...
- Continuum International Publishing 2012; US$ 120.00
Often described asthe soul of Islam, Sufism is one of the most interesting yet least known facetof this global religion. Sufism is the softer more inclusive and mystical formof Islam. Although militant Islamists dominate the headlines, the Sufi ideal hascaptured the imagination of many. Nowhere in the world is the handprint ofSufism more observable... more...
- De Gruyter 2013; US$ 182.00
Considering their widespread and highly controversial legacy, Ibn Taymiyya and his foremost disciple, Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya, arguably belong to the most influential figures of Islamic thought. The contributions within this volume address significant philosophical and theological themes in their work and examine their impact in the areas of Islamic... more...
- Anqa Publishing 2012; US$ 37.99
Collected in entirety for the very first time, this study reflects more than 25 years of close contact with the Sufi Masters of Central Anatolia, with much of that time spent in the presence of the peerless Sufi teacher Mr. Ahmet Kayhan. Out of the author’s association with this personality has emerged this in-depth look at the famous and mysterious... more...
- HarperCollins 2009; Not Available
Coleman Barks has played a central role in making the Sufi mystic Rumi the most popular poet in the world. A Year with Rumi brings together 365 of Barks's elegant and beautiful translations of Rumi's greatest poems, including fifteen never-before-published poems. Barks includes an Introduction that sets Rumi in his context and an Afterword musing... more...
- Edinburgh University Press 2007; US$ 112.00
Sufism and Theology are two major currents in Islamic thought and religious culture, and over the centuries they have displayed immense diversity and intellectual richness. This book takes a flexible and inclusive approach to these trends, revealing both how Sufis approached theological traditions and themes and practised theology themselves, and how... more...
- Quest Books 2012; US$ 15.95
This wise, funny, and compassionate book follows Gowins apprenticeship with Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan, spiritual leader of the Sufi Order International. Until now, Pir Vilayat?s order has not had a strong, accessible introduction. This book not only provides that service but is more down-to-earth than most books on Sufism. It also has the advantage... more...
- Quest Books 2012; US$ 18.95
This is a definitive book on the Sufi ?way of blame? that addresses the cultural life of Sufism in its entirety. Originating in ninth-century Persia, the ?way of blame? (Arab. malamatiyya) is a little-known tradition within larger Sufism that focused on the psychology of egoism and engaged in self-critique. Later, the term referred to those Sufis... more...
- Quest Books 2012; US$ 19.95
Once a woman brought her son to the thirteenth-century Turkish Sufi master Nasruddin complaining that the boy had an uncontrollable sweet tooth. She asked Nasruddin to tell the boy to stop eating sweets. He said to bring him back in four weeks. When they returned he said, ?Boy, I order you to stop eating sweets!? The mother asked, ?Couldn?t you have... more...