That Which Transpires Behind That Which Appears

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by Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan

Both profound and practical, the text of That Which Transpires Behind That Which Appears is composed of the edited transcripts of Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan’s teaching during  an intensive three-day spiritual  retreat. The result is an accessible, step-by-step guide to the discovery and unfoldment of the soul, offering one of the clearest expressions of authentic esoteric teaching to be found in print. It is an extraordinary document that speaks to everyone who is, or wants to be, traveling a spiritual path.
See reviews below.

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211 pages   5.5″x8.5″   ISBN: 978 0930872496

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Reviews of That Which Transpires Behind That Which Appears:

“Pir Vilayat uses words with healing magic to stimulate our growth and to entrain us in our growth to God. Fly home on his wings.”
Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, author and spiritual inspiration for the Jewish Renewal Movement

“As close to experiential learning as words in print could ever be.”
Abdul Aziz Said, Professor Emeritus at the School for International Service, American University

“Behind that which appears on these pages transpires a fiery teacher, an agile mind, a voice that arouses the heart like music,”
Brother David Steindl-Rast, author, Benedictine monk

“In a clear and straightforward manner, Pir Vilayat describes the transformation of consciousness that is at the core of the spiritual journey.”
Llewellyn Vaughn-Lee, teacher and writer on Sufism

“We are fortunate to have a Sufi master like Pir Vilayat in the West. By offering this retreat book he gifts us a splendid treasure of practices, perspectives, and wisdom of the heart.”
Jack Kornfield, author, teacher of Vipassana Buddhism

“The balance that results from these practices serves to enhance relationships with other human beings as well as to awaken the sense of Divinity in all its forms.”
Stanley Krippner, professor, psychologist

 

 

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