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Mastery Through Accomplishment

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Many consider Mastery Through Accomplishment to be the most practical place to begin working with the teachings of Inayat Khan. Accomplishment in worldly affairs is not viewed as a hindrance on the spiritual path, but is seen as the means of developing the ability to achieve what one wishes, and ultimately to achieve the purpose of one's life
ebook, 320 pages
Published November 28th 2000 by Omega Publications, Inc. (first published January 1st 1978)
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Sukhneet Singh Virk
Great book with many insightful lessons. While reading, I paused to contemplate what I just read more than a few times.

Some of the wisdom discussed: that accomplishment is part of the human spirit. The person who accomplishes and renounces something is more valuable than someone who simply renounces without accomplishing. Thus, go for the accomplishment, and become detached from it afterwards. Striving for success is not a bad thing, in fact it's encouraged. Those who have accomplished in busine
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Hazrat Inayat Khan (Urdu: عنایت خان ) (July 5, 1882 – February 5, 1927) was an exemplar of Universal Sufism and founder of the "Sufi Order in the West" in 1914 (London). Later, in 1923, the Sufi Order of the London period was dissolved into a new organization formed under Swiss law and called the "International Sufi Movement". He initially came to the West as a representative of classical Indian m ...more
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“Very often in everyday life one sees that by losing one's temper with someone who has already lost his, one does not gain anything but only sets out upon the path of stupidity. He who has enough self-control to stand firm at the moment when the other person is in a temper, wins in the end. It is not he who has spoken a hundred words aloud who has won; it is he who has perhaps spoken only one word.” 70 likes
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