A redesigned collection of the master's work in a Shambhala Pocket Library edition.
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This newly translated anthology of Rumi's poetry, with accompanying commentaries, aims to uncover the true meaning held within his cherished verse.
The version of Rumi that has become known as 'the best-selling poet in North America' is not a true one.read more
Ecstatic love poems of Rumi, a Persian poet and Sufi mystic born over eight centuries ago, are beloved by millions of readers around the world. He has been compared to Shakespeare for his outpouring of creativity and to Saint Francis of Assisi for his spiritual wisdom.read more
An immortal voice speaks on the greatest poetic theme in this English-language selection of the works of Rumi. Enriched by the lush calligraphic illustrations of Arabic artist Lassad Metoui, the poems bear remarkable power and emotional intensity, reflecting on the complexities of love, passion, pain, and faith.read more
Rowdy, ecstatic, and sometimes stern, these teaching stories and fables reveal new and very human properties in Rumi's vision. Included here are the notorious “Latin parts” that Reynold Nicholson felt were too unseemly to appear in English in his 1920s translation.read more
This CD, a labour of love, offers over an hour of Mahara Brenna’s beautiful voicing of Rumi's poems, with instrumental backgrounds by Pepe Danza and vocal ambients by Theda Phoenix.read more
In this slender volume, Rumi explores the joy of friendship and the agony of loss. These poetic meditations on the most profound of human relationships are like crystals: they sparkle with the many hues of the rainbow and contain worlds within, capturing us with their mystery.
Let Alana Fairchild guide you into sublime surrender and support you in a healing journey into unconditional divine love. ?Experience and expand the magnetic, creative field of the luminous heart of divinity within you.read more
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Rumi speaks a sacred language that we understand with our hearts rather than our minds. He knows the heart is the gateway to divine union and he doesn't want you to play small this lifetime. He encourages humanity to live and love with absolute surrender, abandon and willingness to accept the mysteries of life.read more
As readers everywhere of the Sufi poet, Rumi, or Mowlana, as he is known in Persian, know, his thought is at once profound and perennially fresh. “It is sometimes forgotten, however, by those who rely on translations, that he was a poet most at home in a poetry of constraints.read more