Fulfilment Now and The Four Journeys have been published in paperback as well as a Kindle E-Book.
ASK Course ONE: The Sufi Map of the Self and ASK Course TWO: The Prophetic Way of Life have been published in paperback.
Two new E-Book, The Wisdom of Ramana Maharshi: A Modern Sufi Rendition and Inner Secrets of The Path (also in paperback) have been published.
The audio version of Differentiated Sameness, narrated by, Shaykh Fadhlalla, is now available.
A new book Universal Qur'an (Paperback) is now available. Also, Pilgrimage in Islam, Fasting in Islam, The Sufi Way to Self-Unfoldment, Cosmology of the Self, Journey of the Universe as Expounded in the Qur'an, Beginning's End and Health Sciences in Early Islam - Volumes 1 & 2 have been re-published in paperback.
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The Story of Creation in the Qur'an is an exposition of the Qur'anic verses relating to the nature of physical phenomena, including the origins of the universe, the nature of light, matter, space and time, and the evolution of biological and sentient beings.
In this book Shaykh Fadhlalla Haeri demonstrates that the verses in the Qur'an relating to the outer physical phenomena are not separate from inner phenomena and states, but in fact reflect them.
The Qur'an gives us a unified view of existence drawing us from multiplicity to unity, in order to live appropriately from a unified foundation in a world of multiplicity. This is missing from other books, which only focus on matching outer phenomena to scientific discovery without inner reflection.
The Story of Creation in the Qur'an relates outer patterns and symbols to inner experiences and metaphors bringing out the gnostic elements not just the prescriptive and phenomenal descriptions.