Visit ‘s Henry Bayman Page and shop for all Henry Bayman Books by Henry Bayman See search results for author “Henry Bayman” in Books. Interview with Henry Bayman, in conversation with Stephen Hirtenstein 25 September 1. How did you first meet Ahmet Kayhan? I first met Master Ahmet. Henry Bayman is an independent scholar living in Turkey who spent twenty-five years studying with the Masters of Wisdom of Central Anatolia. His interest in Ibn .
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Master Ahmet Kayhan
He would resolve the most intractable problems with the greatest of ease. Open Secrets of the Sufis Mar bauman, May Allah bless Effendi, the author HB, and those who tread the path in the knowledge and hope of a self closer to Him.
He had the knack to explain the most complicated things in the simplest terms.
A lady arrived to that amazing house where the door was always open except for those rare occasions where his health precluded any conversation and where the Turkish custom of taking off your shoes took on a whole new dimension of meaning. He was only 4 or 5 years old when he first met, and was extremely impressed by, his Master Keko. Having served their purpose, the takkas had passed into history as defunct sociological institutions.
After this initial contact, he went to visit the author himself. A Philosophy of Islam. It was to avoid the fate of Jesus, perhaps, that he did not mention God.
I have consulted some friends who knew him, and they all shook their heads sadly, knowing that the attempt was impossible. Kenneth D on February 8, at 2: Another analogy is that he was giving us keys to unlock the secret chambers of our brains. As to the second reason: Keko passed away on May 7, So it’s not only budding apprentices of sainthood who need to pay attention to this, it’s everybody.
What would you like others to understand from reading it? After a while, such suggestions taper off. The Station of No Station: These are the enemies of Islam.
Because vital statistics were not conscientiously collected in those years, however, he was registered together with his half-brother when the latter was born several years after him.
Bayman is a propagator of the belief that Islam is a religion of love and tolerance and that fundamentalism hery incompatible with Islam or Sufism. This is only my own personal opinion, of course, and has nothing to do with the teachings of the Master.
I filled about two dozen notepads during our time together. The best and brightest minds are harnessed to hastening the next world war or the enslavement henrh humanity. First off, I never write on paper—except for short notes on small scraps. It was as if all your troubles and sorrows were ebbing away, and you were being filled with a quiet joy.
The analogy has been suggested to me that the Master was giving each one of us a handful of seeds. What I always try to do is to get a second, or third, or fourth opinion about my writing. With him there was no distinction between Moslem, Christian, Jew, or Buddhist.
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So pacified have we become by the doldrums of everyday mundane life that we do not even stop to consider what business we have here on earth. In addressing one, he would address all. Work at a job where you can earn your keep honestly. Of these he breathed nary a word to us, those close to him and in his attendance. It was to the tail end of these that George I.
Simon on December 7, at 3: Yet we all refused to contemplate—to even consider—the inevitable. The consequences are there for all to see, in everyday statistics: Love one another, love even an ant. I, too, could relate any number of such interesting tales. He could have become world-famous, had he so wished.
The short answer is: To this end I devoted whatever means were at my disposal. According to him, Sufism had to be based on the Divine Law. If you try to make a political ideology out of it, you will be betraying its very essence.
We would have been ushered in by a person opening the door and led into a large living room.