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Fazal Inayat-Khan () (July 20, 1942 MontÚlimar, France – September 26, 1990 London, England), also known as Frank Kevlin, was the son of Hidayat Inayat Khan and grandson of Hazrat Inayat Khan.

A mystic, poet, psychotherapist and publisher, he was a magnetic and controversial genius who provoked both lasting affection and deep antipathy, sometimes simultaneously.

An inspiring speaker and teacher, the Summer Workcamps, Summer Experiences, and many workshops, trips, and retreats he led frequently incorporated transformative experiences, sometimes disturbing, sometimes delightful. These and the use of chilla (personally focused challenges) reflected traditional Sufi methods and yet were new and fully grounded in the late 20th century Western culture in which he primarily worked. Perhaps nothing exemplified this more than the motorcycle adventures he led in India. These were weeks long, open ended journeys throughout the subcontinent where the ostensible destination (say an ashram in Madras) was just the placeholder for the true destination — the self.

International Sufi Movement   more

Psychotherapy and Neuro Linguistic Programming   more

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Total Books: 1
Old thinking new thinking The Sufi prism
Old Thinking New Thinking the Sufi Prism (Other)
ISBN-13: 9780060640866
ISBN-10: 0060640863
Genre: Religion & Spirituality

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