Moral Healing Through the Most Beautiful Names: The Practice of
[#2604 1B2, PB, 290pp, vol3,Spiritual Chivalry, Laleh Bakhtiar, Kazi USA, The Institute of Tradition]

Moral Healing Through the Most Beautiful Names: The Practice of
Volume 3

Moral Healing Through the Most Beautiful Names: The Practice of Spiritual Chivalry
By: Laleh Bakhtiar
Paperback 290pp,
The Institute of Traditional Psychoetics and Guidance, Chicago
Kazi Publications USA

This work shows the traditional method of spiritual chivalry of assuming the positive traits or virtues of God’s Most Beautiful Names. Known as moral self-healing (attaining muruwwah), it occurs psychologically through three stages referred to in this work as three parts. Part I, a translation of al-Ghazzali’s work on the ninety-nine Names, shows Theoethics—the Most Beautiful Names as only God can manifest them. This serves as the knowledge base. Part II, psychoethics shows the traditional method of processing that knowledge. Part III—Socioethics—shows the way to test the extent of having healed morally—through our actions and improving our relations with others. Healing is effected through assuming God’s Most Beautiful Names to the extent God’s Grace and our own endeavor allow.

About Laleh Bakhtiar

A well-known author on Sufism, is the first person to unearth traditional psychology which had been buried in medieval philosophy. With this work she shows that traditional psychology is alive and vibrant and should be an alternative psychology to modern schools as the stress is upon morality and ethics.She is a nationally certified and licensed psychotherapist.


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