By Halil Bárcena
Mevlânâ Rûmî (1207, Balj, Afganistán -1273, Konya, Turquía) constituye una de las cimas de los angeles espiritualidad common. Inspirador de l. a. escuela sufí de los derviches giróvagos, conocidos por su danza round, Rûmî es autor de una vasta obra poética en lengua persa que deriva del gozo de l. a. experiencia unitiva con Dios.
Las perlas sufíes que Halil Bárcena recoge en el presente volumen, en traducción directa del persa, constituyen una especie de antología del saber y el sabor del maestro sufí. Reflejan los aspectos cardinales de su filosofía espiritual, cuyo empeño es mostrar al ser humano el camino de retorno a su identidad perdida y olvidada: el Centro del cual todo emana y nada se aparta. Cada una de estas perlas se presenta acompañada de un comentario que solo pretende acercarnos al pensamiento de Rûmî e invitarnos a realizar nuestra propia lectura meditativa.
Esta edición incluye veinte caligrafías que recrean, con un estilo inspirado en l. a. tradición caligráfica otomana, palabras clave y fórmulas iniciáticas, tanto en árabe como en turco y persa, que nos introducen sutilmente el universo espiritual de Rûmî.
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1. 2 For the various definitions in this Introduction we have relied on the current OED online version. 3 The Book of Common Prayer: The Texts of 1549, 1559 and 1662, ed. Brian Cummings (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011), p. 74. 4 Another meaning of ‘secular’ in the early modern period, now obsolete, was ‘of or belonging to the “common” or “unlearned” people’; OED online. It could also be used in the sense of rarely occurring events, ‘of or belonging to an age or long period’; hence the conclusion of ‘Gloria Patri’ doxology in Latin – ‘et in saecula saeculorum’.
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