The Sufi Message: Mysticism of Music, Sound and Word v. 2

The Sufi Message Mysticism of Music Sound and Word v Pages About the BookThe inspiring practical philosophy of Sufi Hazrat Inayat Khan Baroda Delhi in this guidebook is pre sented in terms of music sound and mysticism and yet it relates t

Pages 273About the BookThe inspiring practical philosophy of Sufi Hazrat Inayat Khan Baroda 1882 Delhi 1927 in this guidebook is pre sented in terms of music, sound and mysticism, and yet it relates to daily life and spirituality in general It presents you with insights into the metaphysical foundation of music and sound and its effects upon our daily doings You mayPages 273About the BookThe inspiring practical philosophy of Sufi Hazrat Inayat Khan Baroda 1882 Delhi 1927 in this guidebook is pre sented in terms of music, sound and mysticism, and yet it relates to daily life and spirituality in general It presents you with insights into the metaphysical foundation of music and sound and its effects upon our daily doings You may acquire a deeper understanding of both the cosmical manifestation and the rhythm and harmony of everyday life Although his philosophy is thorough and deep yet the unaccustomed reader will find himself inspired and understanding The author combines depth and simplicity and speaks to the heart of the reader You may find new dimensions to your everyday speech, thoughts and actions The book contains four parts The Mysticism of Sound Music The Power of the Word and Cosmic Language PrefaceThe Mysticism of Music, Sound, and Word presents an essential part of the highly practical philosophy of Hazrat lnayat Khan Born a musician music and sound were for him the essence of life Even when later he had to give up his practice of what in Indian philosophy is called struck music the unstruck music remained with him, and increasingly so Not only did he enjoy it in his meditations and all through life, whether in silent nature or in the roaring streets of Manhattan In its fullness it came out in his discourses and other presentations he made to the amazed and yet

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  1. Hazrat Inayat Khan Urdu July 5, 1882 February 5, 1927 was an exemplar of Universal Sufism and founder of the Sufi Order in the West in 1914 London Later, in 1923, the Sufi Order of the London period was dissolved into a new organization formed under Swiss law and called the International Sufi Movement He initially came to the West as a representative of classical Indian music, having received the title Tansen from the Nizam of Hyderabad but soon turned to the introduction and transmission of Sufi thought and practice His universal message of divine unity Tawhid focused on the themes of love, harmony and beauty He taught that blind adherence to any book rendered any religion void of spirit.

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  1. I sometimes watch suspense movies for the hidden love story, or comedies for the political satire Likewise, it s not so much the insight into music but the hidden stories, the side stories that make this book transforming I am quite taken by any writer who attempts to access a theory via intuition It is a nearly impossible task It is, as Andre Breton wrote, reaching for the impossible while standing on the possible ground Khan does this, and the journey is quite wonderful It s like being blindfo [...]


  2. I loved this book It has very little to do with music as we think of it This is a book about spirituality It draws from all religions and shows how they are similar I would recommend this book to anyone It was for me and a slow read, as I would stop reading to ponder and think about the concepts.


  3. heavy stuff.c is the closest representation of the wholeness of the universe that humans have The further we advance, the difficult and the important becomes our part in the symphony of life and the conscious we are of this responsibility, the efficient we become at accomplishing the task The ideas are really profound, but the writing style can be pretty poorems like it was poorly translated from oral lectures The structure detracts from the beauty of the concepts.


  4. I m a musician myself, and this book helped me understand and sense music as a potential divine healing force.


  5. 2.5 5I read this book slowly over a year or so, it isa lot There are some insightful and thought provoking bits buried in here I found it very hard to read overall The writing is overly ornamented and I wonder if it also suffers from its translation Big ideas and sweeping statements are made with little explanation, let alone evidence or background not that hard evidence is really to be expected in this type of book.The book is split into two main sections, Music , and Aphorisms I recommend skip [...]


  6. This book is a revised and enlarged edition of the second volume in the series of The Sufi Message of Hazrat Inayat Khan It contains a Sufi vision on music, sound, language and the power of words Almost all chapters of this book The Mystery of Sound excepted were originally lectures and addresses, delivered in various circumstances Some were addressed to pupils and students who were already acquainted with the Sufi teachings others were public lectures, and some reports show that an address was [...]


  7. This is certainly a book that you read over several years It is meant to be studied, not sped read.That being said, it s a beautiful book for those who have a deep, meaningful relationship with music and the power of sound you know who you are The author s insights are accurate in a way that can t be described as scientific, but rather heart and soul felt.


  8. Don t enjoy this one as much as The Music of Life Author skips around a great deal and here and there Antagonists toward mysticism in general might have a field day with his theories, although those like myself who approach music esoterically will probably find it deep enough in spots But not as well written as the former, I feel.


  9. This book took me about 3 years to finish reading becuase it is very dense Each individual sentence opens pandoras boxes of enlightenment, and it can be hard to fully digest it, but it s definitely a classic, especially if you are a musician.





  10. Interesting to anyone who is interested in Sufism, mysticism, or the spiritual aspect of music.The book is compiled from the author s lectures and articles Consequently, he often restates the same points, which makes for a repetitious read After the first section, you may find yourself skimming.


  11. A beautiful compilation of the lectures and teachings of Sufi master Hazrat Inayat Khan Topics include the origins and significance of sound and language, the power of thought, music, words and names, the relationship between sound and light Khan does a wonderful job explaining the basic teachings on Sound which have been shared and practiced throughout time and which can be found at the heart of each of the major world religions Although, he reminds us, a complete understanding of Sound is to b [...]


  12. This is another book that changed my perspective on music and how the world is really shit without it It also showed me some very important ideas about how music is not really created by the people who write it



  13. jika anda suka dg psikologi, sastra, puisi, mistisisme, tasawuf, esoterisme, agama, dan lainnyaka anda harus baca buku ini, untuk menangkap sisi esoterisme segala sesuatu dlm hidup manusia







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