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Divine Governance of the Human Kingdom Including What the Seeker Needs and The One Alone review õ 3 ¿ Ibn al Arabi himself has written“This little book contains vast knowledge of great benefit to all It is gathered from the gardens of Eden and from Divine Providence It is meant toTures not doubts in it Even if some may find faults in it they will concede that they are small fine and beautiful?. ذكّرني بجمهورية أفلاطون عندما شبّه الإنسان بالمملكة وأجزاءه بأجزائهاالباب الثامن وعنوانه في الفراسة الشرعية والحكمية الشعر اللين يدل على الجبن والخشن يدل على الشجاعة، وهكذا موجود كلمةً كلمة في كتاب سر الأسرار المنسوب خطأً لأرسطو، يبدأ الكلام بـ واعلم أن الحكماء قالوا إن الشعر الخشن الخ أي أن إبن عربي لم ينسب الكلام لنفسه الباب السادس عشر وعنوانه في ترتيب الغذاء الروحاني على الفصول السنة لأقامة هذا الملك الإنساني وبقائه نفس الفكرة موجودة في سر الأسرارسر الأسرار يقال خطأ أنه رسالة من أرسطو لتلميذه ألكسندر المقدوني ذو القرنين، وعموماً فيه نصائح لإرشاده لحكم وصحة أفضل ربما من هنا أتت فكرة الكتاب لإبن عربي حين شبّه الإنسان بالمملكة وأعطى نصائح لحكمها بشكل صحيح

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Ibn al Arabi himself has written“This little book contains vast knowledge of great benefit to all It is gathered. Critical Arabic edition and Urdu translation of Shaykh al Akbar's Tadbirat al Ilahiyya Highly recommended from Ibn al Arabi Foundation Ibn al Arabi says“This little book contains vast knowledge of great benefit to all It is gathered from the gardens of Eden and from Divine Providence It is meant to be a guide to believers There are neither conjectures not doubts in it Even if some may find faults in it they will concede that they are small fine and beautiful”

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Divine Governance of the Human Kingdom Including What the Seeker Needs and The One AloneFrom the gardens of Eden and from Divine Providence It is meant to be a guide to believers There are neither conjec. This is the fourth book I have read by Ibn Arabi and I am happy to say that I learnt something new When reading Ibn Arabi it is easy to become bewildered by some of his contradictory statements regarding unity multiplicity and non existence You have to keep in mind that Sufi Masters cannot ideate their inner world and the experiences they have had in traversing through it through words People like Ibn Arabi really did live in their own world and words cannot always access spiritual dimensions When reading Ibn Arabi you have to also bear in mind the context of the times he lived in During the era of Sufism there were scores of people who regarded themselves as souls and as such paid attention to the dimension and construction of their souls than they did to the outside world Another point of interest was the false hadith which Ibn Arabi relied so heavily upon Most notable being 'If there are two rulers in the country kill one of them I thought it strange that Ibn Arabi for all his mystical insight was unable to realise the mendacity of such a hadith I was however heartened to read later on that Ibn Arabi actively encourage people to work as opposed to sitting down and praying All in all a good expose into the inner and outer world of Ibn Arabi