Books Published by the Muhyiddin Ibn Arabi Society
The following books are published by the Society and can be ordered using the UK publications order form.
Postage Costs: All book prices are quoted in Pounds Sterling and do not include postage charges. Postage rates will vary depending on the country, size of the order and method of despatch. We will give you a quote when you place your order.
USA: If you live in the USA it is worth checking the US publications page since some books are stocked and sold there.
Muhyiddin Ibn ‘Arabi
Ismail Hakki Bursevi’s translation of and commentary on the Fusus al-hikam by Muhyiddin Ibn ‘Arabi, rendered into English by Bulent Rauf with the help of R. Brass and H. Tollemache. This is the famous 17th century translation from the Arabic into Ottoman Turkish, along with extensive commentary.
Muhyiddin Ibn ‘Arabi considered the Fusus al-hikam, his last major opus, to be the most important of his more than 350 books. The theme is the inner meaning of the 27 prophets mentioned in the Quran from Adam to Mohammed: the infinite wisdom which is at once unique in itself and many-faceted in its representation. The Fusus is simultaneously an explanation of the most profound meaning of man’s existence and perfectibility and an esoteric exegesis of the Quran.
The commentator writes, “Oh special people, oh people of the Fusus, this is a private Mercy from God which is extended to you, which leads the people of purity to perfection.”
The four volumes are now in a second edition. Please note that the Fusus al-hikam is only available from the UK, so the UK publications order form must be used.
Volume 1: Introduction to the Fusus; chapters on Adam and Seth | Hardcover £ 40 + postage
Volume 2: Chapters on Noah, Idris (Enoch), Abraham, Isaac and Ishmael | Hardcover £ 40 + postage
Volume 3: Chapters on Jacob, Joseph, Hud, Salih, Jethro, Lot, Ezra and Jesus | Hardcover £ 40 + postage
Volume 4: Chapters on Solomon, David, Jonah, Job, John, Zachariah, Elijah, Loqman, Aaron, Moses, Khalid and Mohammed | Hardcover £ 40 + postage
Muhyiddin Ibn ‘Arabi
Wird (or Awrād al-usbū). Ibn ‘Arabi’s daily morning and evening prayers for recitation in Arabic. Arabic text with phonetic transliteration.
Hardcover £ 19.50 + postage | Price to Members £ 17.50 + postage
The book is now printed in and dispatched from Germany.
Muhyiddin Ibn Arabi
The Hizbu-l Wiqayah (or Dawr al-a‘la) is Ibn Arabi’s prayer for protection. In microfiche form, it is frequently carried as an amulet or displayed in a significant place. Arabic text with phonetic transliteration.
Hardcover £ 16.75 + postage | Price to Members £14.75 + postage
Microfiche of Arabic text £ 1.00 each + postage