• By Hasan Lutfi Shushud Almost one thousand years ago a nexus of spiritual transmission emerged in Central Asia and lasted for five centuries. This classic work lays out the entire lineage of teachers from the golden age of Islamic Sufism, examining their spiritual journeys, their writings and teachings, and their most famous sayings. Hasan Lutfi Shushud (1902-1988) was born near Izmir in Anatolia, Turkey. A renowned Sufi saint and master, he was perhaps best known for his role as final guide to Gurdjieff’s disciple J. G. Bennett.
  • Poetry, Teaching Stories and Selected Letters of Rumi

    Versions by John Moyne and Coleman Barks Yet another dimension of Rumi is revealed in these teaching poems from the Mathnawi, Rumi's most mature work. Also included are personal letters which have never before been available in a Western language.
  • By Muhammed Asad In this extraordinary and beautifully-written autobiography, Asad tells of his initial rejection of all institutional religions, his entree into Taoism, his fascinating travels as a diplomat, and finally his embrace of Islam. A unique book. Its haunting overtones will linger in the memory -- New York Hearld Tribune
  • The Enlightened Heart of Islam

    By Jamal Rahman The sweetest introduction to Islam you will ever read. Jamal Rahman shows that Islam is good therapy, as he reflects on the wisdom teachings at the heart of Islamic life, especially those exemplified by his grandfather who was a Murshid (wiseman) in a village in Bangladesh. Including many quotes from Rumi.
  • Exploring the Spiritual Vocabulary of Islam

    By Kabir Helminski This book clarifies more than 200 key Islamic spiritual, philosophic, and metaphysical terms, elucidating these within a comprehensive understanding of the human soul and its place in an eternal reality. Included is an important essay on Islamic epitemology by Prince Ghazi Bin Muhammad: Truth and Knowledge.
  • A Sourcebook of Spiritual Perspectives On Nature and the Environment

    By Camille Helminski An anthology of spiritual perspectives on nature and th environment. Camille's anthology will forever change how you see the natural world and our place in it. Themes from the Qur'an introduce each chapter, while the content is taken from the writing of great nature lovers from many cultures and traditions. [Paperback]
  • Sayings of the Prophet Muhammad

    Selected by Charles Le Gai Eaton Sayings of the Prophet Muhammad from the Mishkat al-Masabih, with an Introduction by Jeremy Henzell-Thomas. This collection highlights not only many of the most loved and important sayings of the Prophet (peace upon him), but many that reveal an unexpected, personal side of the man himself.
  • A Sufi Path of Transformation

    By Kabir Helminski As human beings we stand on the threshold between two realities: the world of material existence and the world of spiritual Being. The “knowing heart” is the sacred place where these two dimensions meet and are integrated. In Sufi teaching the human heart is not a fanciful metaphor but an objective organ of intuition and perception.
  • Edited by Kabir Helminski Here is a collection of the most inspiring poetry of Rumi, small enough to take anywhere. It contains selections from four previously published books, as well as new translations of short lyric poems.
  • A Daybook of Spiritual Guidance 365 Selections from the Mathnawi of Mevlana Jalaluddin Rumi

    Translated by Kabir and Camille Helminski Daylight presents Rumi's spiritual teaching concisely and comprehensively, in a translation that touches heart and mind. The Mathnawi, from which these selections are taken, can justifiably be considered the greatest spiritual masterpiece ever written by a human being.
  • Versions of Rumi

    By John Moyne and Coleman Barks "Felicitous new translations of Rumi, the witty and mystical, Villon-like poet... These reflections on love, the dance of selves, happiness, acceptance of life's sorrows, and the transitory nature of joy are touchingly sensitive in their search for philosophical peace of mind." -- Library Journal
  • The Discourses of Jalaluddin Rumi

    Introduction and Translation by W.M. Thackston, Jr. Signs of the Unseen, a translation of Rumi's Fihi ma Fihi, is a collection of his lectures, discourses, conversations and comments on various and sundry topics. In many cases the discussions preserved in this book provide us with the most sustained exposition available of his thought on a given topic.
  • A Daybook of Spiritual Guidance from the Wisdom of Mevlana Jalaluddin Rumi

    Selected and translated by Kabir and Camille Helminski These "jewels" have been taken from Books III-VI of Rumi's masterpiece, the Mathnawi. A companion volume to the earlier Rumi: Daylight, this daybook may also be read in a turn-to-any-page approach.
  • An Anthology of Translations of Mevlana Jalaluddin Rumi

    Here is a wonderfully rich introduction to the work of the great mystical poet, featuring the leading literary translations of his verse. Translators include Coleman Barks, Robert Bly, Andrew Harvey, Kabir and Camille Helminski, Daniel Liebert, and Peter Lamborn Wilson. The Rumi Collection also includes a biography of Rumi by Andrew Harvey, as well as an introductory essay by Kabir Helminski on the challenges of translating Rumi into English.