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The Hikmah Project

Saqib Safdar
EducationReligion & Spirituality

The Hikmah Project is dedicated to the study of the intellectual wisdom of world traditions with a particular focus on Islamic metaphysics and mysticism. Our vision is to provide a platform for seekers of sacred knowledge to explore texts with leading experts from around the world. We aspire to do so by bringing forth podcasts, online courses and events. By ‘intellectual’, we do not only mean the mere academic study of texts at the level of the rational mind. In the same manner with Intellectus in Latin or ʿAql and Qalb in Arabic suggests, it expresses the supra-rational faculty of intelligence and awareness, which encompasses the rational mind yet transcends it. Ibn ʿArabī reminds us of this in the introduction to the Fuṣūṣ al-Ḥikam that this is a book for the folk of God ( أَهْـلِ الله ) and the People of the Heart ( أَصْحاَبِ القْلوب ). By ‘mystical’ we mean the inner aspect of teachings which can often become veiled with an exclusive focus on legalism or grammar, leading people t... more


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