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Rasail Ibn al Arabi (vol -1) by Ibn Arabi (1 star ratings)

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Universally known by the title of Muhyi al-Din (The Reviver of the Religion) and al-Shaykh al-Akbar (The Greatest Shaykh) Ibn Arabi (Arabic: ??? ?????) (July 28, 1165 - November 10, 1240) was an Arab Sufi Muslim mystic and philosopher. His full name was Abu Abdullah Mu?ammad ibn Ali ibn Mu?ammad ibn al-`Arabi al-Ha?imi al-?ai (??? ??? ???? ???? ?? ??? ?? ???? ?? ?????? ??????? ??????).

Muhammad ibn al-Arabi and his family moved to Seville when he was eight years old. In 1200 CE, at the age of thirty-five, he left Iberia for good, intending to make the hajj to Mecca. He lived in Mecca for some three years, where he began writing his Al-Futu?at al-Makkiyya (The Meccan Illuminations). In 1204, he left Mecca for Anatolia with Majd al-Din Is?aq, whose son ?adr al-Din al-Qunawi (1210-1274) would be his most influential disciple.

In 1223, he settled in Damascus, where he lived the last seventeen years of his life. He died at the age of 76 on 22 Rabi II 638 AH/November 10, 1240CE, and his tomb in Damascus is still an important place of pilgrimage.

A vastly prolific writer, Ibn Arabi is generally known as the prime exponent of the idea later known as Wa?dat al-Wujud (literally Unity of Being), though he did not use this term in his writings. His emphasis was on the true potential of the human being and the path to realising that potential and becoming the perfect or complete man (al-insan al-kamil).

Some 800 works are attributed to Ibn Araba, although only some have been authenticated. Recent research suggests that over 100 of his works have survived in manuscript form, although most printed versions have not yet been critically edited and include many errors.
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They show how to keep order within the divine order while improving ourselves; how to guide our lives in the right way; how to protect His kingdom, which is the human being, from oblivion; how to rule it in the way that it is meant to be ruled, by the soul that the Lord has placed in it as His deputy. This book is a fountain that both high and low will be able to quench their thirst by drinking from it. For those who are able to see beneath the evident, there are signs that, if followed, will lead to the Source. For those who see the surface, there are things plain as could be. It is gathered from the gardens of Eden and from divine providence. It is meant to be a guide to believers.

Of the over works which are attributed to him, survive in the original manuscript. His cosmological teachings became the dominant worldview in many parts of the Islamic world. Ibn Arabi was Sunni , although his writings on the Twelve Imams were also popularly received among Shia. After his death, Ibn Arabi's teachings quickly spread throughout the Islamic world. His writings were not limited to the Muslim elites, but made their way into other ranks of society through the widespread reach of the Sufi orders. Arabi's work also popularly spread through works in Persian, Turkish, and Urdu. Many popular poets were trained in the Sufi orders and were inspired by Arabi's concepts.

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This book is a short explanation in Urdu, of Shaykh Muhiyyud Din Ibn Al Arabi's "Fusus al-Hikam" The Ringstones of Wisdom Considered to be the quintessence of Ibn 'Arabi's spiritual teaching, it comprises twenty-seven chapters, each dedicated to the spiritual meaning and wisdom of a particular prophet. Over the centuries Ibn 'Arabi's students held this book in the highest esteem and wrote over one hundred commentaries on it. Shaykh Akbar Muhiyuddin Ibn 'Arabi is one of the most inventive and prolific writers of the Islamic tradition, with a very large number of books and treatise attributed to him. He wrote a number of works whilst still living in Andalusia, but the majority of his writings date from the second part of his life when he was living in Mecca, Anatolia and Damascus. Of the heritage which has come down to us, there is a core of about 85 works which we can be certain are genuine works by him. These include the encyclopaedic "Meccan Revelations" al-Futuhat al-Makkiyya which numbers more than 2, pages in the printed edition, and around 15 substantial long works, including a Diwan collected poetry of about poems and his master work "The Ringstones of Wisdom" Fusus al-Hikam. Welcome Guest!

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  1. Fusoos-ul-Hikam (ringstones of wisdom) is one of the most famous books of Shaykh-ul-Akbar Ibn Arabi. It contains 27 Fusoos (chapters) each dedicated to an Islamic Prophet and his story, and takes spiritual meanings from that story. Author: Shaykh-ul-Akbar Mohiuddin Ibn Arabi (

  2. Rasail Ibn Arabi (Urdu - ). By Shaykh al-Akbar Muhyiddin Ibn al-'Arabi. About this book · Ibn al-Arabi Foundation. Pages displayed by permission of Ibn.

  3. Rasail Ibn Arabi (Urdu - ). Front Cover. Shaykh al-Akbar Muhyiddin Ibn al-' Arabi. Ibn al-Arabi Foundation, Dec 1, - pages. 9 Reviews.

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