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Introduction; The Prayers of Ibn 'Arabi; The Divine Work: request and response; The three worlds and the three persons; The structure of the Awrad; The seven days and seven nights; The day of Muhammad; The Awrad: manuscripts and translation; The Opening prayer; Sunday: eve & morning; Monday: eve & morning; Tuesday: eve & morning; Wednesday: eve & morning; Thursday: eve & morning; Friday: eve & morning; Saturday: eve & morning.
Ibn 'Arabi was an eminent scholar and teacher of Islam in the Moorish culture of Andalusian Spain during the 12th century. Pablo Beneito is a professor at the department of Arabic and Islamic Studies at the University of Seville. He has edited and translated three of Ibn 'Arabi's works, including Contemplation of the Holy Mysteries. Stephen Hirtenstein is editor of the Muhyiddin Ibn Arabi Society Journal. His publications include Diving Sayings and The Unlimited Mercifier: The Spiritual Life and Thought of Ibn Arabi.
"A massive achievement . . . succeeds in bringing an immensely
valuable and important work into English." --Jane Clark, Journal
of the Muhyiddin Ibn 'Arabi Society
"An inspired enterprise . . . and formidable scholarship. The
book serves very well as both a devotional aid and a lucid
presentation of the doctrine of Ibn 'Arabi." --Terry Graham, Sufi
"Opens up new dimensions of profound Islamic spirituality to the non-Arabic reader." --Hyoun Kyoung Lee, London Bible College, Centre for Islamic Studies