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Journey to the Lord of Power: A Sufi Manual on Retreat - Ibn Arabi

Journey to the Lord of Power: A Sufi Manual on Retreat – Ibn Arabi

Journey to the Lord of Power is the first English translation of Ibn 'Arabi's twelfth-century text dealing with spiritual ascent. 'Arabi, whose metaphysical teachings have had a profound influence on both the Muslim and Christian worlds, is known as one of the greatest writers of mystical love poetry of all time. Written in answer to the questions of a friend, this illuminating guide describes the evolutionary path of our higher spiritual aspirations--the quest for the ...
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