I began reading Omar Ali Shah's brother's (Idries Shah's) work in the early '70s and thought .
I began reading Omar Ali Shah's brother's (Idries Shah's) work in the early '70s and thought them to be the most honest discussion I had yet read. I joined groups studying that man's work. When he died, a friend told me about Omar Ali Shah's work, lent me some of his books (including The Course of the Seeker), saying that a school, under his leadership, existed and that it was possible to join. Looking through the books I could tell it was the same message, but in a different form.
com's Omar Ali-Shah Author Page. The Course of the Seeker Nov 1, 1988.
A major document of twentieth century Sufism, The Course of the Seeker is a series of transcripts of a Sufi teacher talking to his pupils and laying down a foundation of references that can be incorporated into modern humanity's way of thinking.
Omar Ali-Shah (Hindi: ओमर अली शाह, Urdu: عمر علی شاہ, romanized: nq; 1922 – 7 September 2005) was a prominent exponent of modern Naqshbandi Sufism. He wrote a number of books on the subject, and was head of a large number of Sufi groups, particularly in Latin America, Europe and Canada.
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Omar Ali-Shah's followers sometimes undertook organised trips to exotic locations, which he described as having a developmental, or cleansing . Omar Ali-Shah (1988). The Course of the Seeker.
Omar Ali-Shah's followers sometimes undertook organised trips to exotic locations, which he described as having a developmental, or cleansing, purpose: "One of the functions performed in the Tradition is making, keeping and deepening contacts with people, places and things, such as making trips similar to the ones we have made to Turkey and elsewhere. Sufi travel was seen Following Idries Shah's death in 1996, a fair number of his students became affiliated with Omar Ali-Shah. Omar Ali-Shah (1993).
Find nearly any book by OMAR ALI SHAH. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. The Course of the Seeker: ISBN 9782909347059 (978-2-909347-05-9) Softcover, Tractus, 1998. ISBN 9782909347097 (978-2-909347-09-7) Softcover, Tractus Books, 1998.