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ePub The Whirling Dervishes: Being an Account of the Sufi Order known as the Mevlevis and its founder the poet and mystic Mevlana Jalalu'ddin Rumi (SUNY series in Islam) download
Author:
Shems Friedlander
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978-0791411551
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0791411559
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SUNY Press (January 16, 1992)
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Sufism is the esoteric aspect of Islam. Its purpose is to convey direct knowledge of the eternal. The Sufis impart knowledge through lineages that go back to the Prophet Muhammud.

Sufism is the esoteric aspect of Islam.

The Whirling Dervishes book. Sufism is the esoteric aspect of Islam. The Dervishes repeat their zikr as they turn.

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Friedlander, Shems Uzel, Nezih Mevleviyeh sähkökirjat. State University of New York Press 1992. The Sufis impart knowledge through lineages that go back to the Prophet Muhammud

Sufism is the esoteric aspect of Islam.

by Shems Friedlander. Published 1975 by Collier Books in New York.

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Mevlana Jalaluddin Rumi was a 13th century mystic Sufi poet who stayed true to the metaphysical love that he spoke about till his death traditionally known as the wedding night. His works have been translated in the west inspiring many around the world. Mevlana Jalalu’ddin Rumi: The Poet of Love

Taken within the dervish lodges, known as tekkes, these photographs provide an insider’s view of ceremonies usually closed to the public. Friedlander’s images of the dervishes in mid-whirl evoke the exaltation of union with the divine source.

SUNY Press, New York, USA.

State University of New York Press, USA. 4. Friedlander S Nasr SH, Uzel N (2003) Rumi and the whirling dervishes.

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Sufism is the esoteric aspect of Islam. Its purpose is to convey direct knowledge of the eternal. The Sufis impart knowledge through lineages that go back to the Prophet Muhammud. In these various Sufi orders, the zikr, the repetition of "la illaha illa'llah" (There is no God but God), is part of initiation ceremonies. In fact, the method of the Sufis is zikr, and the manner in which zikr is performed is the essential difference among the various orders. The Dervishes repeat their zikr as they turn. They empty their hearts of all but the thought of God and whirl in the ecstatic movements of His breath.