Key Concepts in the Practice of Sufism: Emerald Hills of the Heart, Volume 2
What is Sufism? Reaching true belief in God's Divine Oneness and living in accordance with its demands; Heeding the Divine Speech (the Qur'ân), discerning and then obeying the commands of the Divine Power and will as they relate to the universe (the laws of creation and life); Overflowing with divine Love and getting along with all other beings in the realisation (originating from divine Love) that the universe is a cradle of brotherhood; Giving preference or precedence to the well-being and happiness of others; Being open to love, spiritual places and associating with people who encourage the avoidance of sin and striving in the way of God; Being content with permitted pleasures, and not taking even a single step toward that which is not permitted; Struggling continuously against worldly ambitions and illusions, which lead us to believe that this world is eternal.
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The Heart and Some of Its Dynamics
Ightirab Doubled Separation
Fana fillah Annihilation in God
Sohba and Musahaba Conversation and Communion
Another Way of Journeying and Initiation
Sakr and Sahw Intoxication and Sobriety
The Universal Man
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Key Concepts in the Practice of Sufism: Emerald Hills of the Heart, Volume 1
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