Muhyiddin Ibn Arabi
bn ʿArabī (Arabic: ابن عربي) (July 28, 1165 – November 10, 1240) was an Arab Andalusian Sufi mystic and philosopher.
He is renowned by some practitioners of Sufism as "the greatest master" and also as a genuine saint.
'Abū 'Abdillāh Muḥammad ibn 'Alī ibn Muḥammad ibn `Arabī (أبو عبد الله محمد ابن علي ابن محمد ابن عربي ) was born in Murcia, Taifa of Murcia on the 17th of ... more »
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Muhyiddin Ibn Arabi Poems
Listen, O dearly beloved
Listen, O dearly beloved! I am the reality of the world,
In Memory of Those
Their spring meadows are desolate now. Still, desire
He Saw The Lightning In The East
He saw the lightning in the east and longed for the east, but if it had flashed in the west
A Garden Among The Flames
O Marvel, a garden among the flames!
O Marvel! a garden amidst the flames. My heart has become capable of every form:
Wonder, A garden among the flames!
Wild Is She, None Can Make Her His Frien...
When she kills with her glances, her speech restores to life, as tho she,
In the Mirror of a Man
She said: I wondered at a love that struts its glory
My heart has become able
My heart has become able To take on all forms.
The Breath of the All-Merciful has no basis in other than the All-Merciful...
When We Came Together
to bid each other adieu You would have thought that we were
Oh, her beauty- the tender maid!
Oh, her beauty- the tender maid Its brilliance gives light like lamps
When my Beloved appears
When my Beloved appears, With what eye do I see Him?
As Night Let its Curtains Down in Folds
Peace, Salma, and peace to those who halt awhile
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Listen, O dearly beloved
Listen, O dearly beloved!
I am the reality of the world,
the centre of the circumference,
I am the parts and the whole.
I am the will established
between Heaven and Earth,
I have created perception in you
only in order to be the
object of my perception.
If then you perceive me,
you perceive yourself.
But you cannot perceive me
It is through my eyes
that you see me and see yourself,
Through your eyes you cannot see me.
I have called you so often
and you have not heard me
I have shown...