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Reflections on Inner Sufi Teachings

Author : Hidayat Khan
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Short meditations on taking Sufi teachings into daily life, and the writings of Inayat Khan, by his son the leader of the International Sufi movement.

Reflections on Philosophy Psychology and Mysticism

Author : Hidayat Inayat Khan
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Short meditations on philosophy, psychology and mysticism based on Sufi teachings and the writings of Inayat Khan, by his son the leader of the International Sufi movement. It is wisdom which respects all faiths.

Reflections on Spiritual Liberty

Author : Hidayat Inayat Khan
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The fourth volume of Hidayat Inayat Khan's Reflections series, Reflections on Spiritual Liberty presents distilled teachings on the unity of religious ideals, Divine guidance and the spiritual path. As in the earlier volumes, Reflections on the Art of Personality, Reflections on Philosophy, Psychology and Mysticism and Reflections on Inner Sufi Teachings, the spiritual leader of the International Sufi Movement offers short meditations based on the teachings of his father, the Sufi mystic, Inayat Khan, founder of a universal sufism. Sufism is a wisdom philosophy honouring all religious traditions and concerned with the individual's relationship to self, humanity and the Divine. Sufi poets Rumi and Hafiz have recently excited great interest in this study.

African Spirituality Politics and Knowledge Systems

Author : Toyin Falola
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Focusing on the three leading religious traditions in Africa (African Traditional Religion, Islam, and Christianity), this book shows how belief in the supremacy of sacred words compels actions and influences practices in contemporary Africa. "Sacred words” are taken to mean holy texts as in divination, the Quran and the Bible. Toyin Falola evaluates how religious leaders engage with sacred words, both orals and texts, engendering practices that reveal the expression of religious beliefs, the impact of those beliefs, and the knowledge contained in them. Attention is given to the key ideas in the words chosen by religious leaders, and how they form a continuous knowledge system, impacting the politics of managing society and people.

Reflections on the Art of Personality

Author : Hidayat Inayat Khan
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Composer and spiritual leader Hidayat Inayat Khan offers his personal reflections on the process of perfecting the personality, based on the writings of his father, the Indian Sufi mistic and musicician Hazrat Inayat Khan, founder of contemporary universal Sufism. In these short meditations on the nature of the personality and its transformation from the limited to the unlimited, Hidayat Inayat Kahan pffers a clear and thoughtful distillation of mystical teachings on this interesting subject. This volume is the first in a series of small books of Hidayat Inayat Khan's Reflections on metaphisical teachings taken from the writings of the Sufi master Hazrat Inayat Khan. Each 'reflection' is presented as a numbered contemplaiton with space for readers to record their own experience of the matter discussed, and so incorporate these suggestions into daily life and consciousness. Sufism is a wisdom-philosophy honouring all religious traditions, concerned with the individual's relaitonship to self, humanity and the divine nature. Recent popular translations of the Sufi poets, Rumi and Hafiz, have stirred massive interest in Sufi literature both ancient and modern.

Yoga Journal

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For more than 30 years, Yoga Journal has been helping readers achieve the balance and well-being they seek in their everyday lives. With every issue,Yoga Journal strives to inform and empower readers to make lifestyle choices that are healthy for their bodies and minds. We are dedicated to providing in-depth, thoughtful editorial on topics such as yoga, food, nutrition, fitness, wellness, travel, and fashion and beauty.

Sufi Teachings

Author : Hidayat Khan
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Sufi Teachings delves deep into modern Western Sufi philosophy to chart a path for the seeker after Truth. Seldom has the seeker's path been so accessible or clearly defined as in this collection of lectures gleaned from inspiring moments at an annual Sufi retreat high in the Canadian Rockies.

The Inner Teachings Of The Philosophies and Religions of India

Author : Yogi Ramacharaka
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This book gives essential insights on Indian philosophy and religion and offers twelve lessons on what you need to understand when diving into this topic. Contents: The First Lesson - The Land Of The Ganges. The Second Lesson - The Inner Teachings. The Third Lesson - The Sankhya System. The Fourth Lesson - The Vedanta System. The Fifth Lesson - Patanjali's Yoga System. The Sixth Lesson - The Minor Systems. The Seventh Lesson - Buddhism. The Seventh Lesson - Sufism. The Ninth Lesson - The Religions Of India. (Part 1) The Tenth Lesson - The Religions Of India. (Part 2) The Eleventh Lesson - Hindu Wonder-Working. The Twelfth Lesson - The Vedas ; And Glossary.

Varieties of American Sufism

Author : Elliott Bazzano
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Participant-observation-based studies that explore a range of Sufi movements operating across the contemporary American religious landscape. From Rumi poetry and Sufi dancing or whirling, to expressions of Africanicity and the forging of transnational bonds to remote locations in Senegal, Sri Lanka, and Turkey, Varieties of American Sufism immerses the reader in diverse expressions of contemporary Sufi religiosity in the United States. It spans more than a century of political, cultural, and embodied relationships with Islam and Muslims. American encounters with mystical Islam were initiated by a romantic quest for Oriental wisdom, flourished in the embrace of Eastern teachings during the countercultural era of New Age religion, were concretized due to late twentieth-century possibilities of travel and immigration to and from Muslim societies, and are now diffused through an explosion of cyber religion in an age of globalization. This collection of in-depth, participant-observation-based studies challenges expectations of uniformity and continuity while provoking stimulating reflection on a range of issues relevant to contemporary Islamic Studies, American religions, multireligious belonging, and new religious movements. Elliott Bazzano is Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Le Moyne College. Marcia Hermansen, Professor of Theology and Director of Islamic World Studies at Loyola University Chicago, has written extensively on both South Asian and American Sufism, as well as trends in global Islam, including migration and gender studies.

The Sufi Message Volume 8

Author : Hazrat Inayat Khan
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