Introduction; The Prayers of Ibn 'Arabi; The Divine Work: request and response; The three worlds and the three persons; The structure of the Awrad; The seven days and seven nights; The day of Muhammad; The Awrad: manuscripts and translation; The Opening prayer; Sunday: eve & morning; Monday: eve & morning; Tuesday: eve & morning; Wednesday: eve & morning; Thursday: eve & morning; Friday: eve & morning; Saturday: eve & morning.
Stephen Hirtenstein is a Senior Research Fellow of the Muhyiddin Ibn Arabi Society and Editor of the Society Journal, as well as director of Anqa Publishing. He also works as a senior editor on Encyclopaedia Islamica, and teaches Sufism and Sufi poetry at the University of Oxford. His particular interest is in the conservation of the existing manuscripts of Ibn Arabis works. His publications include The Unlimited Mercifier (a biography of Ibn Arabi) and translations of shorter treatise (Divine Sayings, The Seven Days of the Heart).
A massive achievement . . . succeeds in bringing an immensely
valuable and important work into English. --Jane Clark, Journal
of the Muhyiddin Ibn 'Arabi Society
An inspired enterprise . . . and formidable scholarship. The
book serves very well as both a devotional aid and a lucid
presentation of the doctrine of Ibn 'Arabi. --Terry Graham, Sufi
Opens up new dimensions of profound Islamic spirituality to the non-Arabic reader. --Hyoun Kyoung Lee, London Bible College, Centre for Islamic Studies