In praise of the messenger selections from Al-‘Umda fi Sharh Al-Burda
This edition presents Ibn 'Ajiba’s (1747-1809) commentaries on key poetic verses from the third chapter of Imam Al-Busiri’s (1211–1294) celebrated poem Al-Burdah.
Prophetic Grace : The Qur’anic merits of the Prophet Muhammad
In these selected commentaries, the reader can begin to appreciate both the depth of divine revelation and the grace and countless merits of the Messenger (PBUH).
Towards Sacred Activism
Towards Sacred Activism is an attempt at providing concise, general guidance to Muslims in the West regarding engagement in social justice activism from an Islamic perspective.
The opening and other Meccan revelations: selections from Al-Bahar Al-Madid
Renowned for its unique style, Ibn Ajiba’s commentary of the Qur’an, Al-Bahr al-Madid (The Vast Ocean) combines traditional exegesis with spiritual contemplation, exploring the inner meanings of the sacred text.
The Burdah: The singable translation of Busiri's classic poem in praise of the prophet
THE FIRST EVER SINGABLE TRANSLATION OF QASIDAT AL-BURDAH of Imam al-Busiri’s classic poem in praise of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
Letters on the spiritual path
This is a collection of 272 letters of spiritual guidance written by the renowned Sufi teacher of 18th-century Morocco, Mulay al-Arabi al-Darqawi al-Hasani.
The laws of the heart: An introduction to the spiritual path in Islam
Know that there are three terms that the ignorant conflate, such that confusion arises about their meanings. And these are Law, Way, and Realization.
Muhammad his character and beauty: Wasail Al-Wusul Ila Shama'il Al-Rasul
This is the outstanding work that focuses on the inward and outward characteristics of the Beloved Prophet (PBUH), from his lineage to his physical stature, to his noble attributes.
The soul of Islam: Essential doctrines and beliefs
This is an excellent book about the spiritual life of a Muslim in accordance with the Shariah and the Sunnah.
The salutation upon the best of creation
Commentary Upon the Prayer of Ibn Mashish By Ahmad Ibn Ajiba Al Hasan.