2 edition of metaphysics of Rumi found in the catalog.
metaphysics of Rumi
Khalifa Abdul Hakim
Bibliography: p. -157.
|LC Classifications||B753 J3 H3 1959|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||157|
After Ṣālāḥ al-Dīn’s death, Ḥusām al-Dīn Chelebi became his spiritual love and deputy. Rūmī’s main work, the Mas̄navī-yi Maʿnavī, was composed under his influence.Ḥusām al-Dīn had asked him to follow the model of the poets ʿAṭṭār and Sanāʾi, who had laid down mystical teachings in long poems, interspersed with anecdotes, fables, stories, proverbs, and allegories. Ibn al-'Arabi is still known as "the Great Sheik" among the surviving Sufi orders. Born in Muslim Spain, he has become famous in the West as the greatest mystical thinker of Islamic civilization. He was a great philosopher, theologian, and m Chittick takes a major step toward exposing the breadth and depth of Ibn al-'Arabi's vision/5(5).
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The 13th-century poet, Jelaloddin Rumi, has been a surprising best-seller in America and Europe for many years now, his message of divine love and mystical union finding universal appeal. His masterwork is the epic poem, The Masnavi, a monumental composition in Persian of s verses – combining stories, fables and spiritual teachings – which is regarded by many within the Islamic. Careers in Metaphysics UMS T “Everyone has been made for some particular work, and the desire for that work has been put in every heart.” ~Rumi As humanity continues to feel the calling to look within, heal, and awaken, the need for spiritual teachers and leaders is ever increasing.
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"For the first time in the history of Orientalism, a thorough study of Ibn al-'Arabi's thought is now available. William Chittick has given us a translation of numerous passages from the work of the Magister Magnus and placed them in their theological context, thus removing many misunderstandings that have prevailed both among Muslims and in the West when interpreting Ibn al-'Arabi's mystical Cited by: Metaphysics of Rumi book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5(8). Originally submitted as a doctorate thesis at the Heidelberg University (Germany) inThe Metaphysics of Rumi is an excellent attempt at explaining the basic thought of Rumi in the context of the cultural achievements of Muslims philosophers, mystics and : Khalifa Abdul Hakim.
Overview. Rumi was born to native Persian-speaking parents, originally from the Balkh, in present-day was born either in Wakhsh, a village on the Vakhsh River in present-day Tajikistan, or in the city of Balkh, in present-day Afghanistan. Greater Balkh was at that time a major centre of Persian culture and Sufism had developed there for several : Islamic Golden Age.
Sufi metaphysics is centered on the concept of وحدة waḥdah "unity" or توحيد main Sufi philosophies prevail on this topic. Waḥdat al-wujūd literally means "the Unity of Existence" or "the Unity of Being." Wujūd "existence, presence" here refers to the other hand, waḥdat ash-shuhūd, meaning "Apparentism" or "Monotheism of Witness", holds that God and his.
I have read the Turkish writer Elif Safak's "Forty rules of love".Its a brilliant novel by the talented writer.I came to know a lot about the great poet Rumi and Sufism by reading this book. Its one of the best books i have read till i am.
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The book consists of ten chapters on Rumi's (Molavi)mysticism. The first chapter introduces Molavi and his vast area of knowledge. The second chapter discusses the significance of Soul from Koran and Tradition point of view.
The metaphysics of Rumi: a critical and historical sketch Institute of Islamic Culture Lahore Australian/Harvard Citation. Hakim, Khalifa Abdul.The metaphysics of Rumi: a critical and historical sketch Institute of Islamic Culture Lahore.
Wikipedia Citation. Rumi, – CE, was a 13th-century Persian Muslim poet, jurist, Islamic scholar, theologian, and Sufi mystic. Rumi’s influence transcends national borders and ethnic divisions in the Muslim world and beyond. His poems have been widely translated into many of the world’s language.
“Truth is beauty, beauty is truth” --John Keats This blog, this website, is an attempt to communicate with like-hearted people, about subjects of mutual interest. And what are my interests which I hope will be shared by an audience. These would be metaphysical issues from a “Sufi” perspective, and poetry expressing these themes.
In the Masnavi-yi Ma'navi (The Couplets of Esoteric Meaning) written by the famous Muslim mystical poet, Jalal al-Din Rumi (d. C.E.), countless metaphysical teachings are interwoven into the fabric of the text. It is, as one author has called it, "an ocean of gnosis" (Nasr ).
For this short paper I have dipped into this "ocean of gnosis" and resurfaced with several of the most Cited by: 3. The erasure of Islam from Rumi’s poetry started long before Coldplay got involved.
Omid Safi, a professor of Middle Eastern and Islamic studies at Duke University, says that it was in the. “Moonlight floods the whole sky from horizon to horizon; How much it can fill your room depends on its windows.” -Rumi.
When it comes to metaphysics, the array of topics that fall underneath its umbrella reach far and wide. Dear Enlightened One Magazine has dedicated this page of the magazine to the study of metaphysics within the realm of.
-;t On Rumi Persians and Afghanis call Rumi "Jelaluddin Balkhi." He was born Septem I, in Balkh, Afghanistan, which was then part of the Persian empire. The name Rumi means "from Roman Anatolia." He was not known by that name, of course, until after his family, flee-ing the threat of the invading Mongol armies, emigrated to Konya.
The Metaphysics of Rumi is an excellent attempt at explaining this basic thought of Rumi in the context of the cultural achievements of Muslim philosophers, mystics and scholastics.
It was first published in and up to date is the only book in English on the subject. THE METAPHYSICS OF THE HEART IN THE SUFI POETRY OF RUMI Manijeh Mannani What is Love. Perfect thirst.
So let me explain the water of Life. The celebrated Persian poet Jalal al-Dln Muhammad Ibn Baha al-Din Muhammad (—)—known as Rumi in the West and Mawlana2 in Iran, in the Persian speaking world, and in Islamic countries—has been one.
The most powerful force in the universe is love. Which is why, this issue of Metaphysical Mind will be focused on the concept of love and how you can use it for your own benefit and for the benefit of others.
“Love is the only force capable of transforming. Here a passage may be quoted from Khalifah Abdul Hakim’s book, The Metaphysics of Rumi, “So far as the theories of love are concerned a part of his arguments and views can be directly traced back to Plato who has had a decisive influence on all mysticism, both Islamic and Christian, by his conception of a super-sensuous Reality, as well as.The metaphysics of the heart in the Sufi doctrine of Rumi Article in Studies in religion.
Sciences religieuses 37(1) March with 54 Reads.Rumi's works were recorded, collected and compiled during his lifetime and after his death, by his son, friends and students; particularly his much-loved last disciple, Husamuddin Chelebi to whom Rumi had dedicated his magnum opus, Masnavi, as Husami Namah or the Book of Husam.