Fifteen Letters (Khamsata 'Ashara Maktuban) By Abd Al-Qadir Jilani
Author: Abd Al-Qadir Jilani
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication Year: 1997
About This Book:
Abd Al-Qadir Jilani's "Fifteen Letters (Khamsata 'Ashara Maktuban)" is a timeless collection of spiritual letters written by the acclaimed Sufi philosopher and mystic, Shaikh Abd Al-Qadir Al-Jilani. Shaikh Al-Jilani gives advice, knowledge, and spiritual insights to his pupils in this remarkable book, providing a fascinating view into the core of Islamic mysticism.
Spiritual Direction for the Seeker
The book begins with spiritual advice for those on the path to truth. Shaikh Al-Jilani discusses the fundamentals of the spiritual path, offering practical counsel on building honesty, devotion, and awareness in the search of divine knowledge.
Worship's Inner Dimensions
Through the letters, readers are urged to explore the inner depths of worship, gaining insights into the transformational potential embedded in acts of devotion. Shaikh Al-Jilani discusses the relevance of prayer, fasting, and other rituals as spiritual vehicles.
Navigating the Soul's Difficulties
The author dives into the issues of the soul, providing readers with a deep insight of the internal struggles that individuals on the path to self-realization confront. Shaikh Al-Jilani offers advice on overcoming barriers and cleaning the heart in order to be closer to Allah.
The Divine Love Mysteries
Shaikh Al-Jilani explores the profound link between the seeker and the Beloved in these letters, unraveling the mysteries of divine love. The transformational power of love in nurturing spiritual growth and awakening the heart to the beauty of Allah's presence is revealed to readers.