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by Irina Tweedie

eBook Daughter of Fire: A Diary of a Spiritual Training with a Sufi Master epub
  • ISBN: 0963457454
  • Author: Irina Tweedie
  • Genre: Health
  • Subcategory: Alternative Medicine
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: The Golden Sufi Center; F First Edition Used edition (June 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 822 pages
  • ePUB size: 1409 kb
  • FB2 size 1937 kb
  • Formats lrf docx docx mobi


Daughter of Fire: A Diary. has been added to your Cart. With a background in Theosophy, she travelled to India where she met a Sufi Master. After his death in 1966, she returned to England and brought his teachings to the West

Daughter of Fire: A Diary. After his death in 1966, she returned to England and brought his teachings to the West. She passed away in London in 1999, and her work is being continued through The Golden Sufi Center in California.

Daughter of Fire book. Fascinating, although long and repetitive, diary of Irina Tweedie's training with Bhai Sahib, her Sufi teacher in the Nakshmandia line of Sufism

Daughter of Fire book. Tweedie documents her five-year process of purification and inner. Fascinating, although long and repetitive, diary of Irina Tweedie's training with Bhai Sahib, her Sufi teacher in the Nakshmandia line of Sufism. Although there's a much condensed version of Tweedie's diary called Chasm of Fire, there was great value to the repetition, because Tweedie's journey was long and repetitive, as true spiritual journeys tend to be. Tweedie's desire for God and for nothing but Truth is inspiring.

Little did Irina Tweedie know that her trip to India in 1959, at the age of fifty-two, would mysteriously lead her to a Sufi Master .

Little did Irina Tweedie know that her trip to India in 1959, at the age of fifty-two, would mysteriously lead her to a Sufi Master, and set her upon a journey to the "heart of hearts," the Sufi path of realization. Her teacher's first request of her was to keep a complete diary of her spiritual training-everything, all the difficult parts, even all the doubts. He predicted that one day it would become a book and would benefit people around the world.

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LITTLE DID IRINA TWEEDIE know that her trip to India in 1959, at the age of fifty-two, would mysteriously lead her to a Sufi .

LITTLE DID IRINA TWEEDIE know that her trip to India in 1959, at the age of fifty-two, would mysteriously lead her to a Sufi master, and set her upon a journey to the "heart of earts," the Sufi path of realization. Bhai Sahib's first request of her was to keep a complete diary of her spiritual training-everything, all the difficult parts, even all the doubts.

This online book also provides some example toexplain the explanation clearly. So, the reader will really get the point of the book. It means that reader can know how to face her or his future problems that may want to come to her or his life. The reader also will be always readywith the best solution to solve the problem.

Irina Tweedie's diary of her experiences with her Sufi Master and Teacher lifts us beyond any one religious viewpoint .

Irina Tweedie's diary of her experiences with her Sufi Master and Teacher lifts us beyond any one religious viewpoint, beyond set ideas about enlightenment, an. .Tweedie documents her five-year process of purification and inner work with the heart in the "Naqshbandi" or "Golden Sufi" tradition: the daily doubts, agonies, discomforts, culture shocks, terrors, bodily states, uncertainties, and ecstasies along the path to truth.

Tweedie documents her five-year process of purification and inner work with the heart in the Naqshbandi or Golden Sufi tradition: the daily doubts, agonies, discomforts, culture shocks, terrors, bodily states, uncertainties.

Tweedie documents her five-year process of purification and inner work with the heart in the Naqshbandi or Golden Sufi tradition: the daily doubts, agonies, discomforts, culture shocks, terrors, bodily states, uncertainties, and ecstasies along the path to truth. com/?book 0963457454. Welcome to a place where words matter. On Medium, smart voices and original ideas take center stage - with no ads in sight. Follow all the topics you care about, and we’ll deliver the best stories for you to your homepage and inbox.

shortened version, the dreams are not included Daughter of Fire: A Diary of a Spiritual Training with a Sufi Master. The Golden Sufi Center, 1995.

She was born in Russia. She studied in Vienna and Paris. married a British naval officer after the Second World War. His death in 1954 launched her on a spiritual quest that led her to India in 1959. shortened version, the dreams are not included Daughter of Fire: A Diary of a Spiritual Training with a Sufi Master.

Tweedie documents her five-year process of purification and inner work with the heart in the "Naqshbandi" or "Golden Sufi" tradition: the daily doubts, agonies, discomforts, culture shocks, terrors, bodily states, uncertainties, and ecstasies along the path to truth.
Comments: (7)
Nikobar
Best book on mysticism and learning of reasoning behind spirituality that I've read so far. I've read many, many books on this topic. If you seriously want to learn about these topics, this is the right book to go to for many answers. It is taking me a long time to read because I want to fully understand everything conveyed. Hard to put down. Again, just cautioning that this book is more for those who are really interested in spirituality and what it takes to get from one place to another. So far it has been extremely helpful to me, as my Guru hasn't published enough books with the answers I am looking for -- It is great not to have to figure out everything on your own and wonder if you are correct...This book makes sense of things I have long wondered about. I am so glad to have come across it and will be purchasing more copies for my like-minded friends, who are chomping at the bit to borrow mine!
Levion
This diary is the best I ever red describing the disciple experience with a spiritual teacher. In my twenties I spent about 8 years in a Sufi group in the middle east. It was bad, flat, fake teachers, they don't know what they are talking about. All their information got it from books, hearsay accounts, and down right lies. They didn't achieve enlightenment or even close. They don't know how to meditate. I also practiced Zen in a Zen center, but it was also nothing.
This is the real thing. Bhai Sahib is the SatGuru, he realized God, and made Irina Tweedie also realizes God in about 4 years. Ms Tweedie wrote every word he pronounced and every feeling, doubt, question occurred to her. It was a hard way and a lot of sufferings, but this is the only way to realize God. I red the book twice and I will continue to read it till the end of my life. I didn't believe that such thing existed as planting love in the heart of disciples, but it is true. This book is a must read for any one interested in the spiritual life.
Onoxyleili
This is one of those rare books that I will keep with me forever. I am not a Sufi, but am a Kriya yogi who is yoked to my own Guru. This book gives me such a deep understanding of the guru-disciple relationship, among other things, and how both guru and disciple are to behave. Also, Bhai Sahib gives a good example of how to treat others when they are less spiritually advanced but come for help. His life is also a good example of how to behave towards one's spouse and family when they are not also on the intense spiritual path, and he also teaches that one must not mind that others hurt your feelings when you are trying to help them. In addition to all these examples that he sets, there are many deep spiritual secrets revealed or hinted at which for me are water for the thirsty soul. At times I felt that Bhai Sahib was with me in spirit and sort of winking at me, as if to say, "This is why I had her (Tweedie) write this book. See?" It has helped me to have a much better relationship with my own Guru.
Voodoogore
I was led to Sufi forms of prayer and meditation by Mrs. Tweedie's successor Llewellyn Vaugn Lee whose own book Bond of the Beloved is to the say the least inspiring. I am still reading Daughter of Fire but was afraid I wouldn't be asked to review about it again. I read a few chapters every day. It is 800 pages long and I feel as if I am right there with her in the difficulties as well as the sweet moments of her training. The book is said to out of print but you can get it either used from Amazon as I did or order it from Vaughn Lee's Golden Sufi Center in California. This is a book for the ages.
Raelin
This book was like reading my own life, even though I had nothing in common with the outer circumstances she spoke of. It draws you into your heart and opens a portal to begin life over again from the inside of your heart. Probably the best book I ever read and it began the spiritual journey for me. There are groups all over the world that have formed doing this meditation which leads to love, peace, growth, light and The Divine within.
Opilar
Great Book!! Very helpful for someone like me that is on a deep spiritual journey. I felt like I walked with her through the entire book and in some parts of the book, she and I were the same.

I thank God for this woman and people like her that write and leave such hope for those like myself. A Good Read for anyone searching for Truth.
Mr.Bean
Daughter of Fire,an incredible account of spiritual experiences.Step by step and day by day the progression in acquiring spiritual powers is described in detail.After what has been written in poetic Persian literature this is the first time in English literature the spiritual experiences of sufism have been revealed.Sufism has been described to be the religion of humanity without distinctions and boundaries.As the sufi master of Mrs Tweedie 'Bhai Sahib' relates "The roads to God are as many as human beings" .It is about ultimately merging with "The Creator" no matter which religion we belong to.
Excellent book on the unspoken language between teacher and student. I didn’t want it to end.
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