By Bruno Huber
Point trend Astrology presents the main to a brand new holistic interpretation of the horoscope. the general trend of the points unearths the constitution and uncomplicated motivations of an individual's awareness. greater than forty five designated point figures are pointed out, each one with a unique that means. This publication supplies a scientific creation to the sensible use of this system, utilizing many instance horoscopes and diagrams. no matter if you're an astrological amateur or an skilled astrologer, element styles delivers fast major revelations approximately your self and people. point trend Astrology was once researched and built through Bruno, Louise and Michael Huber on the Astrological Psychology Institute (API) in Adliswil close to Zurich, over decades of session and instructing paintings. This publication is now one in every of seven volumes on hand within the English language describing the Hubers' unique and sensible method of astrological psychology. This e-book is a uncomplicated reference paintings on astrological psychology - each severe pupil must have one!
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5 In this account Ibn al-Farid is obedient and considerate to his father, who is presented as a well-respected scholar and official. 6 Ibn al-Farid's father appears to have understood the persistent spiritual unrest that led his son to a solitary life, and in his old age he too shunned human society. Ibn al-Farid continued his asceticism after his father's death, but he remained unenlightened until one day when he passed by a law school, the Suyuffyah madrasah:1 I found an old man there, a greengrocer at the door of the law school doing ablutions out of order; he washed his hands, then his legs, then he wiped his head and washed his face.
Now he was doing penance for his error. Then he turned away, ascended the mountain, and disappeared. Ibn al-Farid's son concluded this story saying: My father said to me, "Oh Muhammad, I have mentioned this to you only to make you desire to enter our [mystical] way. " So I mentioned it to no one until he died. 13 But CA1I probably included this account to depict spiritual succession as Ibn al-Faricj assumed his master's place as a saint of Cairo. As we shall see, this interpretation is supported by the last story in the Dibdjah, which deals with Ibn al-Farid's death as witnessed by Ibrahim al-Jacbari (599-687/1203-88), who discovered there that he too was a saint.
Quoting Ibn alFarid's son, CA1I wrote:4 The shaykh—may God be satisfied with him—was of medium build, his face being handsome with a ruddy appearance. When he participated in an audition [samd'} and showed ecstasy, a state coming over him, his face would increase in beauty and brightness, and sweat would pour from the rest of him until it flowed beneath his feet onto the ground. I have not seen among Arabs or non-Arabs one as handsome of form, and I, of all people, resemble him the most in appearance.