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Hazrat Inayat Khan The Way of Illumination (1934)

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Hazrat Inayat Khan The Way of Illumination (1934) The Way of Illumination inspires the reader with its Sufi philosophy, cast in a modern and universal form, on the purpose of life, the inner side of life in conjunction with life in the world. It sheds light on the essence of our nature, being of Divine origin. Hints are given as to what and how the Sufi way, with the help of a spiritual guide, can contribute to one's spiritual and religious development. This is the first volume of the Indian edition of all the works intended for publication of Hazrat Inayat Khan, the great Sufi mystic who lectured and taught in the western world from 1910 until his passing away in 1927. The volume contains four parts: The way of Illumination; The Inner Life; The Soul, whence and whither?; The Purpose of life. The author, Hazrat Sufi Inayat Khan (Baroda, 1882 - Delhi 1927) was a famous musician in his young years. Later he left for the West in order to spread the Sufi message of love, harmony, and beauty. He preached Sufism not as an orthodox sect, but as a forward-looking world message of inter-religious brotherhood. He founded many Sufi centres in the West, where the message is spreading now. At home, in India, the Sufi message has got an inspiring centre at the Dargah of the Master himself, located near the tomb of Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia, New Delhi. ebook: Hazrat Inayat Khan The Way of Illumination (1934) 120p.pdf audiobook: specs: Mac computer voice Tessa South Africa, MP3, 56 kbps, 2 hrs 12 min 06 sec tags: Sufism, illumination, enlightenment, music, word, mysticism, occult, spiritual, magic

Hazrat Inayat Khan Mysticism of Sound and Music (1923)

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Hazrat Inayat Khan Mysticism of Sound and Music (1923) Music, according to Sufi teaching, is really a small expression of the overwhelming and perfect harmony of the whole universe—and that is the secret of its amazing power to move us. The Indian Sufi master Hazrat Inayat Khan (1882–1927), the first teacher to bring the Islamic mystical tradition to the West, was an accomplished musician himself. His lucid exposition of music's divine nature has become a modern classic, beloved not only by those interested in Sufism but by musicians of all kinds. "A powerful book of mystical insight for people of all traditions." — Monos "Inayat Khan says that music is the 'picture of our Beloved' and then draws the picture stroke by stroke from every angle and plane until we see it. He is the only holy man I know who delivers an authentic and inclusive spiritual message from a musical sensibility. He does this rigorously, poetically and spontaneously, until we perceive our own actions as music. Open to any line on any page: you will be opened." — W. A. Mathieu, author of The Listening Book and The Musical Life "Inayat Khan brought one of the strongest and sweetest lineages from India to the West: the music and open heart of Sufism as it blends with Persian poetry and Western intellect. He is a source and a great joy." — Coleman Barks, author of Open Secret and The Essential Rumi ebooks: Hazrat Inayat Khan Mysticism of Sound and Music (1923).pdf Hazrat Inayat Khan The Mysticism of Music Sound and Word.pdf audiobook: specs: Mac computer voice Tessa South Africa, MP3, 56 kbps, 6 hrs 57 min 38 sec tags: Sufism, sound, music, word, mysticism, occult, spiritual, magic, acoustic, sonic
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