Ibn 'Arabi

إبن عربيUniversally known by the title of "Muhyi al-Din" (The Reviver of the Religion) and "al-Shaykh al-Akbar" (The Greatest Shaykh) Ibn 'Arabī (Arabic: ابن عربي‎) (July 28, 1165 - November 10, 1240) was an Arab Sufi Muslim mystic and philosopher. His full name was Abū 'Abdullāh Muḥammad ibn 'Alī ibn Muḥammad ibn...

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Le Traité de l'Unité

Il faudrait, et il est même impératif, que la majorité des êtres vivants sur cette terre sache que Dieu est en nous, que nous somme Dieu, que nous ne faisons qu’un.Cheikh al-Akbar Ibn’ Arabi évoque ainsi la notion ésotérique de l’unicité de l’être (wahda al-wujûd ) qui invite chacun d’entre nous à la quête spirituelle comme à la réalisation de soi, au...

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101 Diamonds

In addition to the Koran, the oral traditions relating to the Prophet Muhammad are the basis for both the practice and understanding of Islam. The Koran is considered to be the direct word of God, while most of the oral traditions are not. However, some have a special status and are considered Divine utterances.In this volume are 101 of these transmissions, collected by the great Sufi mystic and metaphysician Ibn 'Arabi, who died in Damascus in...

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IBN 'ARABI

IBN ‘ARABI: SELECTED POEMSTranslation & Introduction by Paul SmithIn the West he is known as the Doctor Maximus and in the Islamic world as The Great Master. Born in Murcia in Spain in 1165 his family moved to Seville. At thirty-five he left for Mecca where he completed his most influential book of poems The Interpreter of Ardent Desires and began writing his masterpiece, the vast Meccan Revelations. In 1204 he began further...

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The Bezels of Wisdom

Called by Moslems "the greatest master," Ibn Al-'Arabi was a Sufi born in twelfth-century Spain. The Bezels of Wisdom was written during the author's later years and was intended to be a synthesis of his spiritual doctrine. Bezel means a setting in which a gem, engraved with one's name, is set to make a seal ring. The setting in which Ibn Al-'Arabi has placed his spiritual wisdom are the lives of the prophets. It was in Damascus that he had the...

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Misteri Kun

إبن عربيUniversally known by the title of "Muhyi al-Din" (The Reviver of the Religion) and "al-Shaykh al-Akbar" (The Greatest Shaykh) Ibn 'Arabī (Arabic: ابن عربي‎) (July 28, 1165 - November 10, 1240) was an Arab Sufi Muslim mystic and philosopher. His full name was Abū 'Abdullāh Muḥammad ibn 'Alī ibn Muḥammad ibn...

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