|Hidayat Inayat Khan||Reflections on Spiritual Liberty|
Reflections on Spiritual Liberty is the fourth volume of the Reflections series of contemplations on Sufi teachings by Hidayat Inayat Khan. As in the earlier Reflections on the Art of Personality, Reflections on Philosophy, Psychology and Mysticism and Reflections on Inner Sufi Teachings, the spiritual leader of the International Sufi Movement offers short meditations on the teachings of his father, the Sufi mystic, Inayat Khan. Here the fascinating subjects of consciousness, freedom of thought and the essential unity of mystical traditions are explored through highly condensed ‘reflections.' These offer a distilled approach to Sufi metaphysics. Sufism is a universal wisdom philosophy honouring all religious traditions and concerned with the individual’s relationship to self, humanity and the divine. Sufi poets Rumi and Hafiz have recently excited great interest in this study.
Hidayat Inayat Khan is the author of Sufi Teachings: Lectures from Lake OHara, The Inner School and Reflections on the Art of Personality, the first of the four volumes of the current series. A composer and spiritual leader of the International Sufi Movement, founded by his father the Indian mystic and musician Inayat Khan, he has also released recordings of vocal and symphonic compositions, blending his Eastern and Western musical heritage. He lives in the Netherlands.
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