Education in Unitive Spirituality
We are delighted to announce that the Angela Culme-Seymour Fund is currently inviting grant applications to support the development of new writing, translation and study materials in line with the aims of the Beshara Trust.
Held in Melbourne, Australia
30 September – 7 October, 2017
Available from Chalice Verlag, a German edition of Bülent Rauf’s Addresses I and II in a single volume. Translated by Robert Cathomas and Stefan Bommer, here is the preface to this new translation, which contains quotations from previously unpublished correspondence of Bülent Rauf.
October 6th – 7th, 2018
The Abbey, Sutton Courtenay, Oxfordshire, UK.
A residential weekend studying one of the major works of Muhyiddin Ibn ‘Arabi. Facilitated by the co-translator Cecilia Twinch.
April 8 & 22, May 13 & 27
June 10 & 24, July 8
(11am – 1pm)
The Salisbury Centre, Edinburgh, UK
A series of themed explorations on the Way of Love
September 19–23, 2018
Scottish Borders, UK
A five-day study tour in the North of England led by Katherine Tiernan, author of ‘Place of Repose; a tale of St Cuthbert’s last journey’.
WHAT IS BESHARA?
Beshara is a name for…
the perspective that there is only one unlimited existence, expressing itself infinitely as a gift of love.
the realization that self-knowledge from such a unifying point of view results in an understanding of the whole, by the whole.
this wisdom, which is at the heart of all the great spiritual and religious traditions.