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The Seven Days of the Heart: Prayers for the Nights and Days of the Week


The Seven Days of the Heart: Prayers for the Nights and Days of the Week

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    Muhyiddin Ibn Arabi(Author) Pablo Beneito(Editor) Stephen Hirtenstein(Editor)
Providing a precious glimpse into the practice of the mystical life within the Sufi tradition, this volume marks the first time any of Ibn 'Arabi's prayers have been translated into another language. The 14 prayers include not only the most astounding expressions of devotion and contemplation, but also an unparalleled depth of knowledge of union. The very structure of the prayers is itself a mode of contemplation, making for a unique spiritual experience.

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  • By Izzet on 19 May 2017


  • By FitzHalloran on 26 October 2015

    I'll be honest. This translation can sometimes be hard to penetrate but despite this, it is a hugely laudable effort. Ibn Arabi is one of the most esteemed figures in Sufism and considered one of the Great Masters of Islamic mysticism. The prayers are uplifting and revelatory and if repeated in the cycle presented, they really do purify and protect the heart, directing it to its Higher Purpose. I used to read the prayers regularly and then lapsed. Just two days of re-starting the cycle has an immediate impact. But note, focus on the prayer when reading it, don't let yourself be distracted. If you immerse yourself in it, its power washes over you.

  • By Andrew Dettman on 9 October 2013

    This translation is a collaboration of great concentration that charges the heart of the reader and thus relieves the dilutive forces of existence.

  • By reader's digestive on 29 December 2015

    Yes it would be nice if the Arabic text was transliterated but it's even harder to find good translations of these gems. So really appreciated this book - a real find and one I will refer to time and time again no doubt.

  • By Guest on 20 February 2014

    The most illuminating collection of prayers, beautifully translated with excellent notes to aid understanding of the tradition of Ibn Arabi and his metaphysics

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