The Garden of Truth

The Garden of Truth Zaman Ini Kita Dihadapkan Pada Paradoks Keberlimpahan Materi Dan Kemiskinan Ruhani Kekenyangan Fisik Dan Kelaparan Psikis Kebanjiran Informasi Dan Kelangkaan Arti Dengan Ini, Manusia Modern Seakan Akan Ditarik Kembali Kepada Pertanyaan Pertanyaan Purba Apa Yang Sesungguhnya Kita Cari Siapa Sesungguhnya Kita Dari Mana Kita Berasal Dan Mau Ke Mana Kita Ini Pertanyaan Pertanyaan Ultimat Demikian Membutuhkan Lebih Dari Sekadar Terapi Self Help Atau Psikologi Kepribadian Ini Menggiring Manusia Untuk Memasuki Wilayah Paling Inti Dari Kemanusiaan, Sangkan Paraning Dumadi Dan Persis Di Sinilah Tasawauf Dapat Memainkan Peranannya Apa Hakikat Wujud Manusia Bagaimana Hubungan Fisik, Jiwa, Dan Ruh Bagaimana Hubungan Antara Pengetahuan, Tindakan, Dan Keyakinan Bagaimana Hubungan Antara Cinta, Keindahan, Dan Kebenaran Bagaimana Hubungan Syariah, Thariqah, Dan Haqiqah Bagaimana Manusia Menapaki Jalan Jalan Menuju Tuhan Bagaimana Pengaruh Tasawuf Terhadap Pelbagai Dimensi Kehidupan Siapa Sufi Sufi Dan Tarekat Tarekat Yang Paling Berpengaruh Dalam Sejarah Islam Mengapa Ada Pelbagai Kecenderungan Dalam Tawasuf Pesona Puisi Tari Rumi, Misteri Metafisikak Ibn Arabi, Panduan Etikal Al Ghazzali, Kemartiran Al Hallaj, Dan Lain LainDitulis Oleh Seorang Pakar Dan Sekaligus Pelaku Jalan Sufi, Seyyed Hossein Nasr, Buku Ini Menjadi Gerbang Menuju Semesta Sufi Yang Amat Kaya, Luas, Lagi Mendalam.Seyyed Hossein Nasr Adalah Guru Besar Studi Islam Di Universitas George Town Mereguk Ilmu Ilmu Islam Tradisional Dan Ilmu Ilmu Modern Barat, Nasr Adalah Juru Bicara Utama Spiritualitas Da Filsafat Islam Kepada Dunia Modern, Dalam Bahasa Kontemporer Yang Canggih. The Knowledge to which the Prophet referred as light is not of course information or conceptual knowledge but the knowledge that illuminates both the subject that knows and the object that is known 53 the in depth understanding of the truth that God veils Himself by what is none other than God can come only from spiritual realization 45On the external level, we are at all times influenced by the sum total of our experiences, which can either veil or un veil our knowledge of The RealThe Knowledge to which the Prophet
A classic exposition of the Sufi doctrine, ethics, metaphysics and history It is by going within the Garden of Sufism that one can come to appreciate and respect Islamic practices as well as the Koran As a recent convert to Islam and Sufism, Nasrs well written book gave me the assurance that the fascination and love for Sufism which I first had two year ago while I was reading, Essential Sufism , had root not just in my mind, but in my soul and heart Having said that, this book is really a A classic exposition of the Sufi doctrine, ethics, metaphysics and history It is by going within the Garden of Sufism that one can come to appreciate and respect Islamic practices as well as the Koran As a recent convert to Islam and Sufism, Nasrs well written book gave me the assurance that the fascination and love for Sufism which I first had two year ago while I was reading, Essential Sufism , had root not just in my mind, but in my soul and heart Having said that, this book is really a spring board for further reading and research for this book only touches the surface of what Sufism has t
Dr.Nasr wrote this work in the classical method of how Sufi treatises were traditionally written As such, it is a departure somewhat from his otheracademic works It marks a sentinel point in his writings, where he writes directly from his illumined spirit, andopenly than ever reveals his spiritual erudition and phenomenal understanding of spirituality and sufism irfan from the traditional point of view.Chapter one is titled What it Means to Be Human Who are We and What Are We Doi Dr.Nasr wrote this work in the classical method of how Sufi treatises were traditionally written As such, it is a departure somewhat from his otheracademic works It marks a sentinel point in his writings, where he writes directly from his illumined spirit, andopenly than ever reveals his spiritual erudition and phenomenal understanding of spirituality and sufism irfan from the traditional point of view.Chapter one is titled What it Means to Be Human Who are We and What Are We Doing Here and in it he lays down some of the foundational principles of Sufism and traditional metaphysics including some thoughts on Self Knowledge, the Sufi conception of the Perfect man and also his commentary on the opening chapter of Quran.C
The Knowledge to which the Prophet referred as light is not of course information or conceptual knowledge but the knowledge that illuminates both the subject that knows and the object that is known 53 the in depth understanding of the truth that God veils Himself by what is none other than God can come only from spiritual realization 45On the external level, we are at all times influenced by the sum total of our experiences, which can either veil or un veil our knowledge of The RealThe Knowledge to which the Prophet referred as light is not of course information or conceptual knowledge but the knowledge that illuminates both the subject that knows and the object that is known 53 the in depth understanding of the truth that God veils Himself by what is non
Salam,Yang Baiknya 1 Buku ini adalah sumber akademik yang agak baik dan mudah dihadam mengenai Sufisme, bagi mereka yang baru berjinak jinak dengan tasawwuf peringkat tinggi dan ingin mengenal apa itu Sufisme dalam konteks mencari kebenaran Cuma perlukan Dictionary untuk memahami beberapa perkataan canggih DYang Perlu Perhatian 1 Memandangkan buku ini sedikit akademik, maka, Syeikh Nasr tidak pula menolak perbuatan seperti pengamal songsang hari ini yang membuat upacara jalan atas api, men Salam,Yang Baiknya 1 Buku ini adalah sumber akademik yang agak baik dan mudah dihadam mengenai Sufisme, bagi mereka yang baru berjinak jinak dengan tasawwuf peringkat tinggi dan ingin mengenal apa itu Sufisme dalam
The experience of the Garden of Truth is the realization of the teachings of gnosis that are expounded on the theoretical level It is for those who understand such teachings to tranform theoria into actual experience, the description of the Beloved into Her embrace Insert Random Rumi Quote As far as I m concerned, the appendixes wereinformati
The book of the Sufi is not the black ink of written wordsIt is none other than an unblemished heart like snow Who seeketh Me findeth Me Who fin The book of the Sufi is not the black ink of written wordsIt is none other than an unblemished heart like snow Who seeketh Me findeth Me Who findeth Me knoweth Me Who knoweth Me loveth Me Who loveth Me, him I love Whom I love, him I slayWhen it comes to describing the nature of love,the pen breaks and cease to write As modern psychology speaks of the freedom of the selfSufi s goal is the freedom from the selfWe travel to There only to discover that it is Here, and to the future that is beyond earthly time only to see that it is Now To make the journey to the Garden means to go from here to There, and the fruit of the journey is the realization that There is Here What greater need is there today than being able to see the others as ourselves and not the enemy How many of us yearn for love How many yearn for intellectual clarity and unity Sufism
This text was the perfect follow up after reading Chittick s introduction on Sufism Dr Nasr is beautifully deliberate in defining something as seemingly abstract as Sufism he basically defines the path of the wayfarer Further, he addresses the historical development of Sufism, which is quite useful Having said all this, something totally separate has stayed with me after reading this therapeutic book I believe the author is uncommonly wise, a doctor and pharmacist of the heart, in that This text was the perfect follow up after reading Chittick s introduction on Sufism Dr Nasr is beautifully deliberate in defining something as seemingly abstract as Sufism he basically defines the path of the wayfarer Further
My personal copy is worn from frequent use With much respect, I use it like a travel guide and it s always in my bag for that reason In this book, many say his last, he addresses men and women in the quest of the Truth In a language that is simple yet deep and meaningful, he reminds us that the spiritual path involves knowledge, love and beauty I often refer to or use his translation of the Arabic language in my own studies.For men and women from every corner of God s realm, who wish to wake My personal copy is worn from frequent use With much respect, I use it like a travel guide and it s always in my bag for that reason In this book, many say his last, he addresses men and women in the quest of the Truth In a language that is simple yet deep and meaningful, he reminds us that the spiritual path involves knowledge, love and beauty I often refer to or use his translation of the Arabic language in my own studies.For men and women from every corner of God s realm, who wish
One of the best books I ve read in a long time really soulfully engineered to bring out the best sufi practices