Item description for Art of Personality (v. 3) by Hazrat Inayat Khan...
A collection of four books containing the substance of Inayat Khan's teaching on human relationships. The books incldue "Education"; "Rasa Shastra"; "Character Building and the Art of Personality"; and Moral Culture.
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Studio: Sufi Movement
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.1" Height: 1.1" Weight: 1 lbs.
Publisher Sufi Movement
ISBN 9060775708 ISBN13 9789060775707
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More About Hazrat Inayat Khan
HAZRAT INAYAT KHAN was born in India in 1882. A master of Indian classical music, he gave up a brilliant career as a musician to devote himself full-time to the spiritual path. In 1910, he was sent into the West by his spiritual teacher and began to teach Sufism in the United States, England, and throughout Europe. For a decade and a half he traveled tirelessly, giving lectures and guiding an ever-growing group of Western spiritual seekers. In 1926, he returned to India and died there the following year. Today, his universalist Sufi teachings continue to inspire countless people around the world and his spiritual heirs may be found in every corner of the planet.
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Very good book for parents or guardians Jun 12, 2004
This book covers parenting and the first 18 years of a child's life. An invaluable book for someone that is open-minded and is not satisfied with present-day education. It gives many practical examples for parents or guardians, which are both inspiring and beautifully written.
A quote from the book may say it best:
"Every little manner that is sweet in the child, every good little tendency it shows, should be emphasized and appreciated. One must not take it silently. Never think that by showing the child appreciation it will become conceited. No, the child will be encouraged. It will be just like watering a plant when you appreciate anything that is nice in the manner of a baby. And there is never a time in one's whole life when one appreciates a word of praise so much as when one is a baby. The child really appreciates it and is encouraged to do the same again." Hazrat Khan - The Art of Personality Page: 46