Alone with The Alone in The Name Jean-Marie Tresflin "According to Ibn Arabi, known as the greatest master among the Sufis, the station of Perfect Man, can only be realized by those "who focus themselves on the fullness of reality, which is nothing but the reality of God Himself. That reality is revealed to us only through God's names, and focusing upon it can only take place through remembrance." - William Chittick, SUNY Stony Brook "The Divine Name must penetrate not only into our psyche, but even into our body. The name is already inseparable from the Divine Spirit. To be in the Name is to be in the Spirit. If we can place ourselves in the Divine Name, we already in the world of the Spirit and in fact the Spirit. The center of the heart is where the Divine Name resides, but it also penetrates into the sole as nothing else can and only It is able to transform the soul and bring about its wedding to the Spirit." - Dr. Seyyed Hossein Nasr, George Washington University "This Canticle of the Divine Name is in the pure lineage of mystical poetry. Each text provides a station in which one's spirit may rest." - Jean Bies, philosopher and author.