Ibn Arabi Quotes, Motivational Quotes

50+ Ibn Arabi Quotes – Motivating and Influencing

Ibn Arabi Quotes

Ibn Arabi was a Muslim scholar, poet, and philosopher. His work was very influential for the Muslim world. Here is this article, we have some Ibn Arabi quotes that are very peaceful and influential. Ibn al Arabi quotes are truly motivating for us. If we go back to our history, then we shall realize that Ibn ul Arabi was a man with the best soul and his way of talking and teaching was very impressive and lovable.

If you love religion love quotes then you should read these quotes of Ibn Arabi. Many people in this world like love is my religion quotes, but ibni arabi quotes puts the same positive effect on those people too.

Below are the quotes of IbnArabi:-

“All that is left to us by tradition is mere words. it is up to us to find out what they mean.” –Ibn Arabi–


“I am no one in existence but myself.” –Ibn Arabi–


“The things of the invisible world attract me more than those of actual life.” –Ibn Arabi–


“God will bring you assistants and the people you will help sooner or later.” –Ibn Arabi–


“The desires of this world are like seawater. The more you drink of them, the more you thirst.” –Ibn Arabi–


“Purify my soul from doubt.” –Ibn Arabi–


“My heart has become capable of every form.” –Ibn Arabi–


“The manifold [universe] exists and yet it does not exist.” –Ibn Arabi–


“Such knowledge can only be had by actual experience, nor can the reason of man define it, or arrive at any cognizance of it by deduction, just as one cannot, without experience, know the taste of honey, the bitterness of patience, the bliss of union, love, passion, or desire.” –Ibn Arabi–


“All that passes away from the aspect of the manifest comes under the aspect of the hidden. The essence is one. Nothing has passed away.” –Ibn Arabi–


“Choose less over more in it. Be satisfied with what you have, even if it is less than what others have. In fact, prefer to have less.” –Ibn Arabi–


“When the secret of one particle of the atoms is clear, the secret of all created things, both outward and inward, is clear; and you do not see in this world or the next, anything except God.” –Ibn Arabi–


“Seek the company of the wise, who know. Agree with what they say, for one understands only that with which one agrees. Be sincere in what you say- a single tongue should not speak two different words. No deceit or fraud should enter into your thoughts. Do not belittle anyone or anything, for everyone and everything in its inner being wishes for the same thing.” –Ibn Arabi–


“Wheresoever you turn, there is the face of Allah (God).” –Ibn Arabi–


“Attach yourself to Me. No one is more inward than I.” –Ibn Arabi–


“This world is a place of preparation where one is given many lessons and passes many tests. What is bad is what you do with the world when you become blind to truth and totally consumed by your desires, lust, and ambition for it.” –Ibn Arabi–


“Be established in truth.” –Ibn Arabi–


“Do everything you do in order to come close to your Lord in your worship and prayers. Think that each deed may be your last act, each prayer your last prostration, that you may not have another chance. If you do this, it will be another motivation for becoming heedful and also for becoming sincere and truthful.” –Ibn Arabi–


“What you plant here, you will reap there.” Ibn Arabi


“If pain wasn’t the biggest blessing, why would God give it?” –Ibn Arabi–


“On Him alone we depend for everything.” –Ibn Arabi–


“Whoever builds his faith exclusively on demonstrative proofs and deductive arguments, builds a faith on which it is impossible to rely. For he is affected by the negativities of constant objections. Certainty (al-yaqin) does not derive from the evidences of the mind but pours out from the depths of the heart.” –Ibn Arabi–


“As for the theorists and thinkers, and the scholastic theologians, with their talk about the soul and its properties, none of them have grasped the reality; such speculation can never grasp it. He who seeks to know the reality through theoretical speculation is flogging a dead horse; for he who seeks to know It by any means other than the one proper to It, will never grasp It.” –Ibn Arabi–


“If you hold to the unity, you are with the truth” –Ibn Arabi–


“Every bird flies with their own kind, eagles with eagles, crows with crows.” –Ibn Arabi–


“The ignorant one does not see his ignorance as he basks in its darkness; nor does the knowledgeable one see his own knowledge, for he basks in its light.” –Ibn Arabi–


“Therefore, know your self, who you are, what is your identity.” –Ibn Arabi–


“If men knew themselves, they would know God; and if they really knew God, they would be satisfied with Him and would think of Him alone.” –Ibn Arabi–


“Your personal nature seeks its paradise.” –Ibn Arabi–


“How can the heart travel to God, when it is changed by its desires?” –Ibn Arabi–


“These stories I have recounted to you will remind you of what is within you.” –Ibn Arabi–


“If I am close to Him, he brings me even closer.” –Ibn Arabi–


“When you know yourself, your ‘I’ness vanishes.” –Ibn Arabi–


“O God, I ask of You light and guidance.” –Ibn Arabi–


“I follow the Way of love.” –Ibn Arabi–


“How can the heart travel to God, when it is chained by its desires?” –Ibn Arabi–


“I believe in the religion of Love, whatever direction its caravans may take, for Love is my religion and my faith.” –Ibn Arabi–


“There was a time, when I blamed my companion if his religion did not resemble mine. Now, however, my heart accepts every form….Love alone is my religion.” –Ibn Arabi–


“Whoever builds his faith exclusively on demonstrative proofs and deductive arguments, builds a faith on which it is impossible to rely. For he is affected by the negativities of constant objections. Certainty(al-yaqin) does not derive from the evidences of the mind but pours out from the depths of the heart.” –Ibn Arabi–


“My heart can take on any form: A meadow for gazelles, A cloister for monks, For the idols, sacred ground, Ka’ba for the circling pilgrim, The tables of the Torah, The scrolls of the Quran. My creed is Love; Wherever its caravan turns along the way, That is my belief, My faith.” –Ibn Arabi–


“I follow the Way of Love, and where Love’s caravan takes its path, there is my religion, my faith.” –Ibn Arabi–


“None but God is loved in the exist- ent things. It is He who is manifest within every beloved to the eye of every lover – and there is nothing in the existent realm that is not a lover” –Ibn Arabi–


“Beware of confining yourself to a particular belief and denying all else, for much good would elude you – indeed, the knowledge of reality would elude you. Be in yourself a matter for all forms of belief, for God is too vast and tremendous to be restricted to one belief rather than another.” –Ibn Arabi–


“It is He who is revealed in every face, sought in every sign, gazed upon by every eye, worshipped in every object of worship, and pursued in the unseen and the visible. Not a single one of His creatures can fail to find Him in its primordial and original nature.” –Ibn Arabi–


“If you find it complicated to answer someone’s question, do not answer it, for his container is already full and does not have room for the answer” –Ibn Arabi–


“I am in love with no other than myself, and my very separation is my union… I am my beloved and my lover; I am my knight and my maiden.” –Ibn Arabi–


“You are My sight, so have faith. You are My Face, so veil yourself” –Ibn Arabi–


“Each person is oriented toward a quest for his personal invisible guide, or . . . he entrusts himself to the collective, magisterial authority as the intermediary between himself and Revelation.” –Ibn Arabi–


“God sleeps in the rock, dreams in the plant, stirs in the animal, and awakens in man.” –Ibn Arabi–


“My heart can be pasture for deer and a convent for monks, a temple for idols and a Kaaba for the pilgrims. It is both the tables of the Torah and the Koran. It professes the religion of Love wherever its caravans are heading. Love is my law. Love is my faith.” –Ibn Arabi–


“My heart has become capable of every form: It is a pasture for gazelles And a monastery for Christian monks, And the pilgrim’s Ka’ba, And the tablets of the Torah, And the book of the Koran. I follow the religion of Love: Whatever way love’s camel takes, That is my religion, my faith.” –Ibn Arabi–


“While you are alive, your worldly self is like a collector of benefits from Allah’s bounties, which come to you from myriads of hands.” –Ibn Arabi–


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