7 edition of Universal sufism found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||BP189 .W57 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 178 p. :|
|Number of Pages||178|
|LC Control Number||97002609|
Universal Sufism is a universalist spiritual movement founded by Hazrat Inayat Khan while traveling throughout the West between and , based on the unity of all people and religions and the presence of spiritual guidance in all people, places and things. Hazrat Inayat Khan was himself an initiate of the Chishti, Naqshbandi, Suhrawardi, and Qadiri Sufi orders, and was instructed to. When one has learned to communicate with all the Grand Messengers, only then God delegates him to be an Initiatory Sufi. You do not become a Sufi Master by reading a book or by having only the blessings of your own prophet or messenger. A Sufi Master has to be endorsed by all Grand Messengers.
Universal Sufism by H J Witteveen, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(20). Find Universal Sufism Path of Breath, Prayer, Zikar Hazrat Inayat Khan Founder of the International Sufi Movement by Hazrat Inayat Khan at Blurb Books. Universal Released on: Septem
This book covers the history of Sufism from its earliest days up until our own times, touching on the many significant people, practices, ideas, and controversies that have shaped it. It also highlights Sufism’s universal aspects, which are a powerful antidote to various fundamentalisms. Realizing the Unity of Religious Ideals, a student of Universal Sufism seeks understanding of the Sacred Scriptures of the world’s religions. We are open to the sacredness of the Quran, the Torah, the New Testament, the Bhagavad Gita, the Upanisads, the Dhammapada, the Sacred Book of Nature, to mention only a few sacred scriptures.
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Universal Sufism is a book that should be read to, and by children. If a child can understand eighth grade science, they can comprehend the principles presented in this book.
Sufism is a long way from traditional religious dogma, and the principles are in harmony with our /5(6). This highly accomplished and deeply spiritual book is an exploration of the teachings of Hazrat Inayat Khan, the great Indian mystic who modernised the age-old wisdom of Sufism at the turn of the century.
To this end he created the Universal Worship with the aim of joining all religions together in one inspiring religious service. Universal Sufism book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This work traces the history of Sufism through the ages, from its origins /5(1).
In other words, it was Sufism without ceremony, prayer, or revealed book. More often than not these kinds of attempts at universality result in one-man-traditions which have a tendency to cut themselves off from a wider sense of tradition and community in the name of universality.
Get this from a library. Universal sufism. [H J Witteveen] -- There is more to Sufism than mere words or ideas. Sufism is not a theory. It possesses no dogma. Simply said, Sufism is a way of life, an attitude towards living. Its roots are deep in the rich. The Universal Order of Sufism Reoriented is a designation applied to the universal spiritual message of Hazrat Meher Baba.
It is an open spiritual path available for all sincere seekers on the path of love. Our Path requires no compulsion nor makes any ers: I got into Sufism when I was going through a rough time, I started reading the Quran with translation and then with an explanation.
I shared what I had learnt from reading the explanation with a friend and he went to his dads study and brought bac.
This heartfelt introduction to modern Western Sufism is a highly accessible and practical guide to the teachings of Hazrat Inayat Khan, the renowned Indian musician and Sufi mystic who brought Universal Sufism to the Western world in Inayat Khan's teachings, frequently prescient of modern Pages: The prayer was written by Inayat Khan and read by Universal Sufis as a prayer for the building of a universal centre of worship - the "Universel," which would have a function similar to the Bahá'í House of Worship.
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If a child can understand eighth grade science, they can comprehend the principles presented in this book. Sufism is a long way from traditional religious dogma, and the principles are in harmony with our /5(4). Universal Sufism is a book that should be read to, and by children.
If a child can understand eighth grade science, they can comprehend the principles presented in this book. Sufism is a long way from traditional religious dogma, and the principles are in harmony with our current scientific understanding of how the Universe works/5(4).
Buy Universal Sufism by Dr. H J Witteveen online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now. Universal Sufism 4 The Five Elements of Religion Universal Sufism has five elements that it considers all religion to have, these are important concepts for understanding how Universal Sufism views other religions.
They are: 1. Belief in God 2. The Spiritual Ideal 3. The Moral Conception 4. The Form of Worship 5. Philosophical Side of Religion. Universal Sufism: : Dr. H.J. Witteveen, Scott Sattler MD: Libros en idiomas extranjerosFormat: Tapa blanda.
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Witteveen, grew up in a family that was deeply involved with the work of Hazrat Inayat Khan, an Indian classical musician and Sufi who attempted to introduce Sufism into the West in the first years of this century.
February 13 @ pm - February 19 @ pm. Sunday Sufi Teachings w/ Pir Zia Inayat Khan (Webcast) February 23 @ pm - pm. | Recurring Event (See all) One event on Septem at pm. One event on Novem at pm. One event on Decem at pm. One event on Janu at pm. Topics include the philosophy and mysticism of Sufism, the relationship to God from a Sufi perspective, the mysticism of sound, and teachings on health and healing.
Universal Sufism offers a comprehensive history of Sufism beginning with its pre-Islamic roots, the influence of poetry and music, its arrival in India, to its emerging role in Brand: Scott Sattler MD; H J Witteveen.lish Titus Burckhardt s little classic on Sufism, which first appeared in English in (translated from the French Du Soufisme).
The book meant a great deal to me when I first discovered it as an undergraduate forty years ago. I had been studying the Orientalist books on SufismFile Size: 1MB.met each other in the Middle East.
For Universal Sufism – Sufism as it was renewed and inspired by Hazrat Inayat Khan – these connections are of interest, for it is the easy confluence of different mystical currents into Sufism that demonstrates its essentially universal character.