Poetic sayings of Hazrat Inayat Khan in which the human being is tuned to see the whole of nature as the reflection of love, harmony, and beauty.
This pocket-sized book also includes Inayat Khan’s instructions for using the phrases in meditation and prayer, as well as the esoteric use of colors and flowers in healing.
“Anyone who has some knowledge of mysticism and of the lives of the mystics knows that what always attracts the mystic most is nature. Nature is his bread and wine; nature is his soul’s nourishment; nature inspires him, uplifts him, and gives him the solitude for which his soul continually longs.” – Hazrat Inayat Khan
Hazrat Inayat Khan (1882 1927) came to Europe and America from his native India with a message of love, harmony, and beauty that was a new approach to harmonizing Western and Eastern spirituality. He established a school of spiritual training based upon traditional Sufi teachings infused with the vision of the unity of religious ideals and the awakening of humanity to the divinity within. Inayat Khan died in India in 1927, leaving a significant body of recorded discourse and instruction on all things pertaining to spiritual ideals in the midst of life in the world.