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Download PDF by Mehmet Yavuz Seker: A Map of the Divine Subtle Faculty: The Concept of the Heart

By Mehmet Yavuz Seker

ISBN-10: 1597843407

ISBN-13: 9781597843409

The center within the Islamic figuring out is the expression of a human being's non secular life. it's a Divine present and Divine refined college bestowed upon humanity. it's a polished replicate reflecting God. Like a basic, the center instructions all different physically organs and colleges, that are its troops, every thing that comes from a man or woman, no matter if solid or undesirable, is a manufactured from the center. Mehmet Y. Seker, a pupil of Sufism and tasawwuf, stories the concept that of the guts within the Islamic culture the way it is approached by means of 3 popular students and thinkers of Islam: Ghazali, acknowledged Nursi, and Fethullah Gulen. Being the 1st in English to take as its concentration the human center from an Islamic religious, this booklet relatively analyzes classical and sleek age interpretations and reviews at the inspiration and provides to the wealthy literature of spirituality within the Islamic tradition.

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