Al Akbariyya

[Sufi school] A branch of Sufi metaphysics based on Andalusian Sufi gnostic and philosopher Ibn Arabi`s teaching. Al Akbariyya is a word derived from nickname of Ibn Arabi (1165–1240) who was known as Shaykh al-Akbar which meaning is the greatest Shaykh. As a definitive term Al Akbariyya it has never been used to indicate a Sufi group or ...
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Al Akbariyya

Al Akbariyya was a secret Sufi society founded in Paris in 1911 by the wandering Swedish Sufi `Abdu l-Hadi Aguéli. Among its first members was René Guénon. Its purpose was to promote the teachings of Muhyeddin Ibn al-Arabi among the `scholarly, educated and freethinking classes...` through the practice of the Shadhili and Malamati Sufi paths......
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