EPUB: The Sufi Science of Self-Realization

Institute for Spiritual and Cultural Advancement (ISCA)

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Author: Shaykh Hisham Kabbani

"I recommend this book and Angels Unveiled, to all who are new in the tariqah"

~Shaykh Nour Mohamad Kabbani

Shaykh Kabbani, a master of the Naqshbandi Sufi Path, explores the geography of the soul in this treatise for laypersons and those unfamiliar with Sufi terminology. He describes how modern science now rests on an understanding of the soul's inter-relatedness with the world and introduces self-auditing (muhasabah) as a powerful tool for self-improvement. Unacknowledged, destructive habits such as anger, depression, and stinginess persist, and liberation begins with self-examination and contemplation. 

The Sufi master Abu 'l-Hasan al-Kharqani asserted that the human state contains seventeen chief ruinous traits, each of which resembles a great tree, with main branches, smaller branches, twigs and leaves, all laden with various kinds of negativity. At the same time, human beings were granted six tremendous powers from the Divine: the power of attraction; the power of manifesting God's blessings; the power of intercession for those who oppress themselves; the power of directing the heart of seekers; the power of guidance; and the power to move in time and space.

The path from submersion in the negative traits to the unveiling of these six powers is known as the Migration to Perfected Character. Consisting of ten steps, it leads one from the ruinous aspects of the arrogant self, to achieve the state of satisfaction with the Divine decree and to achieve gnostic knowledge on the way to complete realization. Author Shaykh Hisham Kabbani, a master of the Naqshbandi Sufi Path, describes the science of eliminating the seventeen ruinous characteristics of the tyrannical ego, to achieve purification of the soul. The sincere seeker who follows these steps, with devotion and discipline, will achieve an unveiling of the six powers which lie dormant within every human heart.

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252 pages.

ISBN: 9781930409293

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