Vaughan-Lee's book is a contribution to the expanding (and already extensive) body of works synthesizing Sufism with Jungian psychology. It has the virtue of a straightforward and accessible introduction to Sufism as a practice of Islam. Its syncretic approach is consistent with Sufi and Jungian traditions and will no doubt prove appealing to a large audience of eclectic seekers after spiritual fulfillment. The tone is more devotional than didactic, but that, too, is consistent with Sufism, which has most often directed its appeal to the heart more than to the head. Steve Schroeder
About the Author
Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee is a Sufi teacher specializing in the area of dreamwork.