Las enseñanzas espirituales de Rumi
Inspired representative of the Sufi mysticism of divine love, Rumi ceased to be a master of orthodox teaching to become enlightened. According to the words of his son Sultan Walad “He didn't leave a moment to dance. He had been a sage, but he became a poet. It had been an ascetic, but he became drunk with love, not with the wine of the grape, for the enlightened soul only drinks the wine of Light. ”
The present work of W.C. Chittick develops an approach accessible to the general public of the spiritual wealth of Sufism and the infinite beauty of the manifestation of human and divine love, mainly of the figure of Rumi.