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         Sufi:     more books (100)
  1. Awakening: A Sufi Experience by Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan, 2000-07-10
  2. The Sufi Book of Life: 99 Pathways of the Heart for the Modern Dervish by Neil Douglas-Klotz, 2005-02-22
  3. The Sufis by Idries Shah, 1999-08-03
  4. Jesus in the Eyes of the Sufis by Javad Nurbakhsh, 1983-12-01
  5. The Illuminated Prayer: The Five-Times Prayer of the Sufis by Coleman Barks, Michael Green, 2000-01-25
  6. Rumi's World: The Life and Works of the Greatest Sufi Poet (Shambhala dragon editions) by Annemarie Schimmel, 2001-05-22
  7. The Way Of The Sufi by Idries Shah, 2004-09-30
  8. The Sufi Orders in Islam by J. Spencer Trimingham, 1998-07-16
  9. The Sufi Doctrine of Rumi (Spiritual Masters. East and West Series) by William C. Chittick, 2005-10-25
  10. Muraqaba: Art and Science of Sufi Meditation by Khwaja Shamsuddin Azeemi, 2005-01-27
  11. The Path: Sufi Practices by Javad Nurbakhsh, 2003-01-01
  12. Daughter of Fire: A Diary of a Spiritual Training with a Sufi Master by Irina Tweedie, 1995-06-01
  13. The Sufi Path of Love: The Spiritual Teachings of Rumi (Suny Series, Islamic Spirituality) by William C. Chittick, 1983-09
  14. Doctrine of Sufis Abu Bakr by Arberry, 1977-08-26

181. Rochester Sufi Order
Local branch of the sufi Order International in Rochester, New York. Includes events listing, activities, and collection of readings.
Sufi Order of Rochester
Toward the One,
The perfection of Love, Harmony and Beauty,
The Only Being,
United with all the Illuminated Souls,
Who form the embodiment of the Master,
The Spirit of Guidance.
We represent the Sufi Order International in Rochester, New York, offering a variety of activities providing access to the Sufi Message of Pir-O-Murshid Hazrat Inayat Khan, the first Sufi teacher to bring Sufism to the West in 1910. These teachings may be considered the recognition of spiritual unity. Calling it "The Message in our time," Inayat Khan taught that humanity is ready to view the world's great religious traditions as messages given by the One God to different cultures at different times to develop human understanding and growth. Though he taught in the West only from 1910 to shortly before his death in 1927, Inayat Khan left a vast body of teachings. These are now carried forward in the Sufi Order International by his grandson,
Pir Zia Inayat Khan and by other teachers in related organizations (see links). We invite you to share with us the experience of this western Sufism, with its universal message of love, harmony and beauty.
Last Updated: 9/3/05

182. Texts Of Islam
Crosslinked etexts of Palmer and Pickthall English renderings of the Qur'an and a transliterated Arabic Qur'an, plus A Manual of Hadith, and a number of primary sufi texts (Rumi, Hafiz, Sa'di, AlGhazzali).


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... Buy books about Islam Islam Qur'an Hadith Sufi Texts Other books ... Islamic Date IMPORTANT NOTE
The Qur'an is the primary text of Islam, revealed to the Prophet Muhammed beginning in the year 610 C.E. It was canonicalized between 644 and 656. The Qur'an is required reading for anyone who wants to understand Islam. Qur'an means "The Recital" in Arabic; according to the story, the angel Gabriel commanded Muhammed to "Recite!". Hypertext Qur'an This page links together all of the Qur'an versions at this site. Unicode Qur'an This is the Arabic text of Qur'an presented using Unicode . It is still a bit experimental and should not be considered authoritative. The Holy Qur'an: Arabic Text, Pronunciation Guide, Yusuf Ali English Text This is a merged version of the excellent Yusuf Ali English translation with transliterated Arabic and Arabic script presented using GIF image files. The Qur'an translated by E.H. Palmer [1880] (Sacred Books of the East, vol. 6 and 9) This version of the Palmer translation was prepared by an unknown editor prior to the inception of sacred-texts. It is missing the scholarly apparatus and has some differences with the printed version. A new etext of these books has been created and will be linked into the hypertext in the near future, at which point this version will be phased out.

183. Institute For Sufi Studies
Offers classes and workshops in healing through meditation, art, music, prayer and movement. Includes schedule, newsletter and bookstore. (based California and Washington, US)

iPhoenix Group

iPhoenix Group

184. Closed On One Level, Open On Another!
Raja Yoga sufi discussion forums, links, and inner diary by Sakha
What is Invertendo Let me see what I can hear What is Sahaj Marg One always at work ... Trishul of Himalayas ... bird on pine ... music on click ...
Sahaja Samadhi

free download - mp3 file - 4320 kb
What the window sees
When no one's there
Let me see
What the drum hears
When it's not hit
Let me hear What the hand holds
When it lets go
Let me hold What the dawn knows When the sun sets Let me know What the Master hears, may I hear What He sees, may I see What He is, may I be Vocals: Joan Drewss Lyrics: Clark Powell Arrangement: Joan Drewes Flute/Clarinet/Percussion: Billy Drewes Mix-Down: Patrick Carroll Thanks to Joan for gifting this bhajan (psalm) from Songs For My Master Joan Drewes (c) 1997 Joan Drewes Published by Sunjo Music (BMI) 1997 Used by permission for What is Invertendo? Though the word invertend o sounds, and is, Portuguese or Italian, the term was used by the masters of Sahaj Marg in an entirely new way: here, invertendo is an evolutionary idea, as it refers to the principle that truth and reality undergo inversions as our awareness expands through levels of understanding and action. Simply put, invertendo what is true, moral, good, at one level is not true, moral, good at another level. But invertendo is

185. Aliakbar-Maktabi Museum
Private museum containing a wide selection of arts and crafts of the nomad and tribal derviche sufi from Iran, and the Middle East. Features collection of Persian and Oriental rugs, carpets, kilims, brass, copper, silver, potteries, miniatures, textiles and tapestries. Includes hours and contact details. Located in Beirut, Lebanon.

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187. Go To The Haqqani Site Go to the Haqqani site. Go to the Haqqani site

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