Identityism

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Not to be confused with western Identity theory.

Identityism is the school of Sufi metaphysics of unity of being traditionally known as Wahdat-ul-Wujood or Wahdat al-wujud (Arabic: Literally, unity of existence) formulated by Ibn Arabi.[1] Identityism is similar to monism in the west and nondualism and advaita vedanta in Hinduism.

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  1. ^ God Speaks, Meher Baba, Published by Dodd Meade, 1955, 2nd Ed. p.170