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30 Oct Russian-born Irina Tweedie marries a British naval officer after the Second World War, who dies in while she is in her early fifties. It is then. 26 Nov After the death of her husband, Irina Tweedie embarked upon a quest to find inner peace, ending up in India at the feet of a Sufi Master. Irina Tweedie: Daughter of Fire. Dec 1, In the West the sun was setting in a sea of shimmering golden clouds. The whole world seemed to be illumined by.
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Jun 03, Kelly rated it really liked it. Here they sit and say: Indeed, it became the book, Daughter of Fire: Continuing to Bhai Sahib her reasons for coming, she tells him of the theosophical belief that not even a guru is necessary for liberation, salvation being achievable through our own independent efforts: Never, never, to injure the feelings of anybody and never to create habits, is real Ahimsa.
Twedeie heart responds to the essence of his words but her mind is still sloshing with anxiety and confusion. I was not sure what i was going to make of this book. This constant vision of the One is deepening and increasing in the mind, giving eternal peace… Above extract is from Women of Wisdom: She then felt compelled to travel to India.
Following the death of her husband, Russian-born Irina Tweedie found her Sufi master during a trip to India at the age of Not given to long and verbose discourses tweeide the nature of Reality, Irina is, nevertheless, moved by his presence.
If I do, you will get used to it and will never be able to do without my help.
And unlike men, the Teacher continues, women are already well attuned to this mystical relationship: Nevertheless, in a climate where dogma and ideological ignorance were crumbling, it gave rise to new possibilities. Continuing to Bhai Sahib her reasons for coming, she tells him of the theosophical dauhgter that not even a guru is necessary for liberation, salvation being achievable through our own independent efforts:.
Always in silence and dependent on the maturity of the devotee, practice [ dzikr ] can either be the path of contemplative meditation [ dhyana ] in the mind self-enquiry or the path of complete renunciation [ tyaga ] in the heart surrender.
Bob rated it it was amazing May 05, At the beginning it was sporadic; later of shorter or longer duration, when I was acutely conscious of it. Spiritual life is the same; you keep throwing everything behind, as you go on. The meaning underlying it all is not the same as before.
Sufis are free from them…” p.
From the deepest depth… Also at home, when I think of him, it comes over me… Soft, gentle. He predicted that one day it would become a book and would benefit people around the world.
Noted again the lac I’ve just reached in this marathon read of pages the chapter where Irina carries out an enraged murder of a mouse in her room – which demonstrates how conceptual is her understanding of ‘Ahimsa’ non-violence being the first step in Yoga training and the two sides of the coin to her extraordinary passion Women, because they are nearer to Prakriti, are fertilized by the Divine Energy which they retain in their charkas and, because of this, very few practices are daughhter.
Hope rated it really liked it Oct 15, Although both paths ultimately lead to the same goal, the Teacher places greater emphasis on surrender:.
I could no nothing. Jan 07, Weam Namou rated it it was amazing. I will say there are moments that expresses that are absolutely beautiful – she captures a particular firee or expression with such clarity and perfection.
Jan 13, Sumangali Morhall rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is the greatest power. Nov 06, Maria Lancaster added it.
Daughteer it failed to inspire. Having taken a vow never to speak of anything other than her experience, her talks essentially became the records of a living tradition, imparted to all those eager to hear.
Nevertheless, he continues to taunt her:. I was beside myself; the craziest, the maddest thing one could imagine, so sudden, so violent. At first, her iriba speak of the sheer physical endurance of Indian life, which becomes an almost insurmountable obstacle: