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Inspirations : On the Path to Blame
Inspirations : On the Path to Blame
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Lata'if al-Tahqiqat fi sharh al-Waridat,
*[A5] Paperback - 152 pages,
by Shaykh Badruddin of Simawna [d.823h],
Comm. by Shaykh Tosun Bayrak al-Jerrahi,
Threshold Sufi Classics.




Description :

In Inspirations (Waridat), Shaikh Badruddin interpreted many essential concepts of Islamic theology in an original and personal way which seems strikingly meaningful today. Melamiyya, or the “path of blame,” is an approach to spiritual development within Islamic Sufism that avoids the appearance of piety and challenges the self-satisfaction of the ego.



"There are only two rewards which Allah bestows upon
  a human-being that He never takes back. One is the
pleasure given in the remembrance of Him; the other is
the lifting of dark veils from the the eye of the heart,
so that wherever one looks one sees the Truth in the
beauty and power of the Creator
."



This book includes extensive historical and introductory information revealing the significance of the path of blame as a method for transforming the hypocrisy of the ego and coming to sincerity. Chapters include: The Nature of Reality; The Human Being; The Reality of Muhammad; The Limitations of Physical Existence; Jesus Christ.




Shaykh Badr al-Din ibn Qadi al-Simawna (d. 1420 Common Era) was a famous scholar and Sufi saint from the European region of the Ottoman realm. He was a shaykh of the Melamiyya Order. He inspired one of the first “people’s revolutions” in history.



Tosun Bayrak is a shaykh of the Helveti-Jerrahi order residing near the Jerrahi Order of America mosque in Spring Valley, New York. He is also the author of The Most Beautiful Names, and co-translator of Ibn Arabi’s What the Seeker Needs, both published by Threshold, as well as a number of other volumes of classics in the literature of Sufism.










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*Dimensions : 21.5 x 14cm.







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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 23 April, 2019.