The life and teachings of the 13th century Sufi poet Rumi, whose wisdom has inspired billions to explore their potential and embrace their true selves.
1. Either Find That Path or Get Lost On It!
Rumi has a prophetic presentiment that harbingers the coming of the Mongol hordes to the Seljuk State, while some begrudge him his elevated person in Konya.
2. Until You Burn Away. Until You Do, and Stop Burning
With superior military prowess, the Mongol commander Baiju charges at the Erzurum Fortress while Rumi is on the verge of an epiphany in Konya.
Baiju eventually captures the Erzurum Fortress while Rumi in Konya discovers ethereal secrets by way of taking care of a moonling.
4. The Eye Goes Blind When It Sees
Rumi struggles with the sedition spreading against him as a Mongol sympathizer while the Sultan learn that the Sivas and Erzincan Fortresses have been sacked by Baiju Noyan.
5. The Drop
Söktay is released after a hard incarceration by Esfahani as he wants Söktay to instigate speculations against Rumi.
6. Now that You Are Me and I Am You
Rumi accepts Baiju's son Söktay into his madrasa. Despite his spying goal, he is deeply influenced by Rumi's teachings.
7. I Am Where Both Realms are Lost
The Sultan decides to declare war against the Mongols while Söktay's cover is blown followed by a death warrant.
8. Every Abel Has a Cain
Rumi takes Söktay as his protege as his death would instigate an absolute war between the Seljuks and Mongols.
None of the vassal principalities back the Seljuks against the Mongols while Ertuğrul Gazi makes a surprise emergence for support.
10. You Were the One Who Burned Until Now, It Will Burn You From Now On
Shams sets out after a vision akin to Rumi's and in an inn he is revealed to leave for Konya which is to initiate Shams' real journey.