He Who Knows Himself Knows His Lord

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Presented by Shaykh Muhammad Sa’id al-Jamal al-Rifa`i: “O dear traveler on the path, I will show you how to navigate the road to Allah and walk to your Lord and Protector Who created you. The first chapter concerns the lower world and its pleasures and an explanation of its reality; the second chapter encourages walking on this path and explains its benefits, mentioning the praiseworthy qualities that lead to perfection; the third chapter explains the veils between the slave and his Lord; the fourth chapter explains the commanding self, its walking, its world, its location, its state and what it perceives; the fifth chapter explains the reproachful self and its beautiful and ugly qualities; the sixth chapter explains the inspired self and how it gathers good and evil with the beautiful qualities, but is nonetheless the loci of danger; the seventh chapter explains the tranquil, secure self and its perfection compared to the lower levels; the eighth chapter explains the satisfied self and its beautiful qualities; the ninth chapter explains the pleased self and its marvelous qualities; the tenth chapter explains the perfect self and its nearness and boundless servitude; the eleventh chapter explains the guide.”

Published 2007.

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Presented by Shaykh Muhammad Sa’id al-Jamal al-Rifa`i: “O dear traveler on the path, I will show you how to navigate the road to Allah and walk to your Lord and Protector Who created you. The first chapter concerns the lower world and its pleasures and an explanation of its reality; the second chapter encourages walking on this path and explains its benefits, mentioning the praiseworthy qualities that lead to perfection; the third chapter explains the veils between the slave and his Lord; the fourth chapter explains the commanding self, its walking, its world, its location, its state and what it perceives; the fifth chapter explains the reproachful self and its beautiful and ugly qualities; the sixth chapter explains the inspired self and how it gathers good and evil with the beautiful qualities, but is nonetheless the loci of danger; the seventh chapter explains the tranquil, secure self and its perfection compared to the lower levels; the eighth chapter explains the satisfied self and its beautiful qualities; the ninth chapter explains the pleased self and its marvelous qualities; the tenth chapter explains the perfect self and its nearness and boundless servitude; the eleventh chapter explains the guide.”

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