Irina Tweedie was born in Russia in 1907. With a background in Theosophy, she travelled to India where she met a Sufi Master. After his death in 1966, she returned to England and brought his teachings to the West. She passed away in London in 1999, and her work is being continued through The Golden Sufi Center in California.
Irina is a dear soul. I haven't read her words but know, through her presence that as an entity, she reveals herself through the words; This title was a gift to one of my dearest... Read morePublished 1 month ago by AainaA
Twenty plus years ago, a good friend and fellow spiritual aspirant gave me a copy of this book.
I loved her dearly and was eager to explore a book that meant so much to... Read more
This is one of those rare books that I will keep with me forever. I am not a Sufi, but am a Kriya yogi who is yoked to my own Guru. Read morePublished 5 months ago by April
How have I missed coming across this book for 40 years??? Like rolling in a bed of divine roses - thorns and all!Published 10 months ago by John Harper
Great Book!! Very helpful for someone like me that is on a deep spiritual journey. I felt like I walked with her through the entire book and in some parts of the book, she and I... Read morePublished 11 months ago by CW
This book was like reading my own life, even though I had nothing in common with the outer circumstances she spoke of. Read morePublished 14 months ago by olson