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The Way of Passion draws on the poems of Jalalud-Din Rumi (1207 - 1273) to present a guide to the timeless truth and beauty of Rumi's words. Each chapter, Harvey tells us, is "a dance, a dance of mirrors, in which essential spiritual themes return to be reflected in different constellations and harmonies, a dance around Rumi and that mystery of love he lived and expressed so completely".

Inspired by Rumi's voice and by his own startling ability to see into the innermost heart of life, Harvey urges us to change, to have faith, and to act through love to transform this time of apocalypse into the time of resurrection. The passion of his words shine with an intensity that can embrace and inspire us all.

Features musical accompaniment created and performed on ney and bendir by Steve Coughlin.

©1994 Andrew Harvey (P)1995 / 2016 Audio Literature / Phoenix Books

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Fantastic presentation but Audio quality sucks

Would you listen to The Way of Passion again? Why?

Yes and no. Fantastic presentation on Rumi By Andrew Harvey A+++++. Unequaled in its brilliance. But Audio quality butchered by phoenix books. good thing I still have my original audio cassettes from the 90's.

What did you like best about this story?

Rumi and Andrew Harvey. You can never go wrong with that combination.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

Andrew Harvey was fantastic but his voice was butchered by phoenix books.

Any additional comments?

Yes, Audible and phoenix books, please re release this with audio remastered by someone not trying to do it in their garage.

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