It is the desire for the Beloved above all things. It is that ... Love impels him to
tread the Mystic Way ' in search of his Beloved.' Much of his ... In addition, we
know that we are following in the path of Lull when he composed his treatise. For
it was ...
Author: Ramon Lull
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Ramon Lull, the “Apostle of Africa.” Lull lived far back in the thirteenth century, not long after the days of St. Francis of Assisi, whose disciple he was. He gives us, as it were, a pre-vision of the splendors of that ‘Golden Age of Mysticism’, which dawned for Spain three hundred years after his birth. His mystic writings and especially his ‘ART of CONTEMPLATION ’, ‘BOOK OF THE LOVER AND THE BELOVED ’ and ‘ THE GREAT ELIXIR ’ are full of the purest and noblest spirituality, compounded with the quintessence of love. The style of the poetry is more aligned to the works of the Sufi’s than of Western classical poetry. Ramon has both dug deep within the mystical arena and has climbed high into the clouds in both addressing himself, humanity and how God relates to us and we unto Him. In this effort, only the best of his Mystical Poetry are assembled here. This is the first time the these works are together.
Antal: Woman and Mystic Treading the path of love, women saints have had a
variety of relationships with their divine lord.49 Many of them have been married
women; to some the lord was a husband, to some beloved. Mahadeviyakka (
twelfth century) ... Eventually, against all social norm, she deserted her mortal
husband in order to go in search of her lord. MTrabai (sixteenth century) had,
from early ...
Publisher: SUNY Press
This book is a translation and study of the poems of a ninth-century woman saint and mystic. The Introduction is designed to make the translations accessible to a non-specialist audience, while the Notes provide insights into the poems and useful explications of allusions and convention with which readers who do not possess a specialized knowledge of Tamil Vaisnava bhakti may be unfamiliar.
The new book Mysticism & Physics self help inner guide to meditation , inner being , inner consciousness , non being body incorporeal , awareness into the law of eternity , Mysticism means inner science the search of inner mystery and ...
Author: Angelo Aulisa
Publisher: Angelo Aulisa
The new book Mysticism & Physics self help inner guide to meditation , inner being , inner consciousness , non being body incorporeal , awareness into the law of eternity , Mysticism means inner science the search of inner mystery and reality of an organic unity, through scientific factual path such as meditation silence love , or any path that take you into a mindless dimension singing dancing painting sculpting running etc that centered you into your inner being and consciousness awareness , once you are centered into your inner being simultaneous you are centered into the all existence that means consciousness non being incorporeal body awareness into the law of eternity , and physics means knowledge of nature is a search to understand how the universe behave through all of is intrinsic law , hide to human eyes , what you see the matter part of the universe is only 5 per cent of the universal body a pale shadow of an hide reality that is 95 per cent , physics studies search time and space and all is hide entities forces , finally physics and mysticism converge merge together in many circumstances and here in the new book on mysticism and physics is explain clear those circumstances were the two science converge and melt merge together in a mystical union ....Angelo Aulisa welcome
Her work of purification is to be an empty cup into which the grace of her Beloved
can be poured. ... The path takes her out of her limited self so that she can be a
servant of the moment, a slave of the One she loves. ... The mystic belongs to this
moment, knowing that although often hidden, it is present in each breath we take.
... Wayfarers tread a path that leads from the illusion of time to the eternal moment
that belongs to the soul. ... Their practices 28 SearchingfortheSignsofGod.
Author: Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee
Publisher: The Golden Sufi Center
'The Signs of God' explores the importance of mystical consciousness at this time of global transition. In the depths of the heart is hidden the secret purpose of creation, which is the key to our present time of transformation. The work of the mystic is to make this key accessible to humanity, and so open the doors of revelation. The possibilities of the future are present but veiled, the joy of life is waiting to return. The mystic can help us to awaken to the oneness that is essential to life, and to recognize the signs of God that will guide us and reveal our true purpose.
We must search for the Divine Mother within our heart temple. The cross of ...
Beloved brothers and sisters, arise upon the path of initiation prudently.
Remember that ... Tread the path of perfect sanctity. The Divine ... Mystics adore
Her. Perfect ...
Author: Samael Aun Weor
Publisher: Glorian Publishing
Learn the practical science to work directly with the root energy of all existence, and experience for oneself the reality of the ancient and mysterious Divine Mother Kundalini, spoken of in all the world's great religions. Includes practices of meditation, transmutation, astral projection, pranayama, and the long-hidden Jinn Science.
None is safe from the snare of making comparisons save him who companioneth
the mystic and treadeth the path of those who realize the oneness . ... [ 18 ] In
love no more distinction between subject and object , lover and beloved . ( 19 ) .
Author: Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan
Like no other book, In Search of the Hidden Treasure captures the centuries-old traditions of Sufism. Its pages allow the contemporary reader to become immersed in the words, sights, and wisdom of this powerful mystical wing of Islam. Here is the world of whirling dervishes; of mysterious alleyways where chanting is heard all day long; and of a young poet named Rumi, who writes impassioned love songs to God. Constructed as a conference of Sufis who gather in a great hall to answer the questions of a seeker, In Search of the Hidden Treasure is illustrated with more than a hundred previously unpublished works of Islamic art, and portraits of the Sufi Pirs, or enlightened teachers, drawn by the author's wife, Mary Inayat Khan. The book also includes an extensive glossary of Sufi terms that pertain to states of consciousness, as well as well-documented biographies of all the Sufi Pirs, members of a long lineage that dates back to the prophet Muhammad.