Ibn ‘Arabi Series

The movement which is the existence of the universe is the movement of love.
—Ibn ‘Arabi, Fusûs al-Hikam

Mystic, philosopher, poet, sage, Muhammad Ibn ‘Arabi is one of the world’s great spiritual teachers. Ibn ‘Arabi was born in Murcia, Al-Andalus, in 1165 and his writings had an immense impact throughout the Islamic world and beyond. The universal ideas underlying his thought are of immediate relevance today.

Firmly rooted in the Quran, his work is universal, accepting that each person has a unique path to the truth, which unites all paths in itself. He has profoundly influenced the development of Islam since his time, as well as significant aspects of the philosophy and literature of the West. His wisdom has much to offer us in the modern world in terms of understanding what it means to be human (from the Ibn ‘Arabi Society website).

  • Nick Yiangou

    History, Readings, and the Beshara School
  • Rabbi Jonathan Omer-Man

    A Jewish Perspective on Ibn 'Arabi
  • James Morris

    Two Conversations about Ibn 'Arabi