The Sufi message of Hazrat Inayat Khan.
By: Inayat KhanMaterial type: TextPublisher: London, Published for International Headquarters of the Sufi Movement, Geneva, by Barrie and Rockliff [1960-Description: v. illus. 23 cmSubject(s): SufismDDC classification: 297/.4 LOC classification: BP189 | .I5 1960
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v. 1. The way of illumination. The inner life. The soul, whence and whither? The purpose of life.--v. 2. The mysticism of sound. Music. The power of the word. Cosmic language.--v. 3. Education. Rasa Shastra. Character-building and the art of personality. Moral culture.--v. 4. Health. Mental purification. The mind-world.--v. 5. A Sufi message of spiritual liberty. Aqibat, life after death. The phenomenon of the soul. Love, human and divine. Pearls from the ocean unseen. Metaphysics.--v. 6. The alchemy of happiness.--v. 7. In an Eastern rose garden.--v. 8. Sufi teachings.--v. 9. The unity of religious ideals.--v. 10. Sufi mysticism. The path of initiation and discipleship. Sufi ṕoetry. Art; yesterday, today, and tomorrow. The problem of the day.--v. 11. Philosophy, psychology, mysticism, aphorisms.