In this treatise Hazrat Salaheddin Ali Nader Angha outlines the key principles of Sufism. The aim of Sufism is the development of inner knowledge and awareness through the heart. This leads to cognition, expansion and a deeper understanding of one's true identity and the Divine.
In a lecture given at the University of Hamburg in November 1994, Hazrat Pir looks beyond superficial perceptions of Sufism and penetrates this intriguing spiritual path to its very core. He traces the history of Sufism, then describes its function in the contemporary world. The result is one of the purest and most succinct introductions to Sufism as a way of life. Emerging from this scholarly overview is the heart of Sufism itself: the eternal quest to reach a state of human dignity, peace, and tranquillity. Central to the lecture is the concept that man holds in his heart the seed of his spiritual evolution.From the Back Cover:
This boxed set of five books is a collection of lectures given at the University of Hamburg, the American University of Paris, the Sorbonne University, the University of Goeteburg, and the University of Provence. Sufism: The Lecture Series is a distillation of the essential teachings of the contemporary Sufi Master, Hazrat Pir. Ideals such as peace, wisdom, and knowledge are discussed in relation to the need for the cultivation of, and respect for, human dignity. In a time of spiritual yearning and seemingly insoluble societal problems, the words of Hazrat Pir clarify many of these issues and illuminate the way to true self-knowledge, which results in inner tranquillity.
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