Thinking Allowed: Heart, Self and Soul (Robert Frager) (2001)
What is the best way to introduce Westerners to the ancient mystical tradition of Sufism? Ask Professor Robert Frager, psychologist and Shaike at the Sufi Society, to write the book.
Heart, Self, and Soul describes the essential nature of Sufi psychology, expertly interweaving the highly practical with profound mystical truths. Sufism as a spiritual path encompasses both devotional and intellectual pursuits of transcendence within a ground of community. For students and teachers alike, the community acts as guide to pull those who wander back onto the path.