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The Principles of Sufism A ishah al Ba uniyyah of Damascus was one of the great women scholars in Islamic history Born into a prominent family of pious scholars and Sufi devotees, A ishah received a thorough religious education and memorized the Quran at age eight A mystic and a prolific poet and writer, she composed works in Arabic than any other woman before the th century Yet despite her extraordinary literary and religious achievements, A ishah al Ba uniyyah remains largely unknown For the first time, her key work, The Principles of Sufism, is available in English translation The Principles of Sufism is a mystical guide book to help others on their spiritual path Outlining the four principles of Repentance, Sincerity, Remembrance, and Love, it traces the fundamental stages and states of the spiritual novices transformative journey, emphasizing the importance of embracing both human limitations and Gods limitless love Drawing on lessons and readings from centuries old Sufi tradition, A ishah advises the seeker to repent of selfishness and turn to a sincere life of love In addition to his lucid translation, Th Emil Homerin provides an insightful introduction, notes and a glossary to A ishah al Ba uniyyahs remarkable account of the pursuit of mystical illumination


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7 thoughts on “The Principles of Sufism

  1. MD MD says:

    I had not heard of the author prior to reading this book, She was born into a prominent religious family and prior to the 20th century, she composed works in Arabic than any other woman This book is a guide for others on their spiritual path and outlines four p


  2. Rashedo Rashedo says:

    Brilliant


  3. John Pinniger John Pinniger says:

    Perfect guide to Sufism which has now come to the fore with the current examination of the different strands of Islam.


  4. lls lls says:

    This text is one of very few surviving works by a Sufi woman, and an erudite Sufi woman at that see the works of Nana Asmau for another glorious example The book is much than an abridgement of Qushayri s Risala, although it works as that if that is what you want, it is her abridgem


  5. Adam Malave Adam Malave says:

    Many pious Muslim saints and Imams have said that without Tasawwuf and Fiqh you will become misguided or a heretic.This is certainly the case At the time, I did not realize how highly important it is to have the sincere intention to perform an act of worship God for His sake only.From this


  6. r khan r khan says:

    A very useful presentation to Sufism by a female master.


  7. Eric Evans Eric Evans says:

    Brilliant and full of heart Layers and layers of wisdom An excellent translation.


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