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Author: Mahmud Shabistari,Florence Lederer,David Fideler PH.D.
ISBN: 1890482943
Language: English
Pages: 105 pages
Category: Islam
Publisher: Phanes Pr; 0002nd edition (December 1, 2002)
Rating: 4.1
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The mystic verse of Shabistari, written during a period of fierce conflict between Christianity and Islam in the fourteenth century.

The mystic verse of Shabistari, written during a period of fierce conflict between Christianity and Islam in the fourteenth century.

Shabistari's Secret Rose Garden (1317 . The Secret Rose Garden - Mahmud Shabistari. Foreword by Florence Lederer. Introduction by David Fideler. PART I: The Perfect Face of the Beloved. must be reckoned among the greatest mystical poetry of any time or land. Treating such themes as the Self and the One, The Spiritual Journey, Time and this Dream-World, and the ecstasy of Divine Inebriation, Shabistari's work is a perennial witness to the capabilities and destiny of humanity. Rendered from the persian by. Florence Lederer.

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Florence Lederer, Mahmud Ibn Abd Al-Karim D Shabistari. This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923

Florence Lederer, Mahmud Ibn Abd Al-Karim D Shabistari. This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.

The Secret Rose Garden, by Florence Lederer,, full text etext at sacred-texts. Whirling Dervishes, by Jean-Leon Gerome (Public Domain Image). The Secret Rose Garden. of Sa'd Ud Din Mahmud Shabistari. Contents Start Reading Page Index Text. Sa'd ud Din Mahmud Shabistari was born in Persia, in Shabistar, near Tabriz, about 1250 CE. His best known work, The Secret Rose Garden was written as a reply to questions by a Sufi doctor of Herat. Books related to The Secret Rose Garden. Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. The Qur'anic Prescription for Life. Shaykh Fadhlalla Haeri. Treating such themes as the Self and the One, The Spiritual Journey, Time and this Dream-World, and the ecstasy of Divine Inebriation, Shabistari's work is a perennial witness to the capabilities and destiny of humanity

Garden of sa'D ud din. Mahmud shabistari The secret rose garden.

Garden of sa'D ud din. Mahmud shabistari. Rendered from the persian with an introduction. in their humble way, these books shall be the ambassadors of good-will and understanding between East and West the old world of Thought and the new of- Action. In this en-deavour, and in their own sphere, they are but followers of the highest example in the land. It is nearly seven hundred years since Mahmud. planted his garden with roses of Love and Adora-tion, of Reason and of spiritual Illumination.

Shabistari's Secret Rose Garden (1317 A.D.) must be reckoned among the greatest mystical poetry of any time or land. Treating such themes as the Self and the One, The Spiritual Journey, Time and this DreamWorld, and the ecstasy of Divine Inebriation, Shabistari's work is a perennial witness to the capabilities and destiny of humanity. Stressing the One Light that exists at the heart of all religious traditions, Shabistari's work is one of the clearest and most concise guides to the inner meaning of Sufism, and offers a stunningly direct exposition of Sufi mystical thought in poetic form: "I" and "you" are but the lattices, in the niches of a lamp, through which the One Light shines."I" and "you" are the veil between heaven and earth/ lift this veil and you will see no longer the bonds of sects and creeds.When "I" and "you" do not exist, what is mosque, what is synagogue? what is the Temple of Fire?

An introduction by editor David Fideler discusses Shabistari's work in terms of its historical setting and the traditions of Persian Sufism, Shabistari's relationship with the thought of Ibn 'Arabi, and the significance of Sufism in the contemporary world.