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A Dervish Textbook--the 'Awarifu-l-Ma'arif--was written by the nephew of the man who founded the Suhrawardi order of dervishes, but used as a manual by Sufis of all other orders as well.
Among the subjects discussed: The Teacher; Behavior of the Disciple; The Robe; Dreams; Deep Knowledge; State; Certainty; Essence; The Self; The Soul; Epiphany and Concealment; Austerity; Trusting; Contentment; Love; Effacement and Permanency.
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Shahabuddin Abu Hafs 'Umar Suhrawardi (1145-1234) studied Sufism under his uncle Ziaudin Jahib Suhrawardi (1097-1168), the founder of the Suhrawardi order. Shahabuddin became the official Sufi master of Baghdad, served as the caliph's ambassador to the Abassid rulers of Egypt and Syria as well as to the Seljuks of Rum--modern day Turkey.Review:
"The teaching of Suhrawardi was highly mystical and dealt with the deeper aspect of Sufism." -- Canon Sell, The Religious Orders of Islam
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Book Description Octagon Pr, 1980. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110900860731
Book Description Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # S-0900860731