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  1. Sufi Essays by Seyyed Hossein Nasr, 1999-01-01
  2. The Book of Sufi Healing by Hakim G. M. Chishti, 1985-04-01
  3. The Healing Power of Sufi Meditation by As-Sayyid, Nurjan Mirahmadi, 2005-06-30
  4. Sufi Meditation (Lights of Wisdom Series, No. 1) by Lex Hixon, 1997-05
  5. Murshid: A Personal Memoir of Life with American Sufi Samuel L. Lewis by Mansur Johnson, 2006-10-01
  6. Sufi: Expressions of the Mystic Quest (Art and Imagination) by Laleh Bakhtiar, 2004-05
  7. A Saint in the City: Sufi Arts of Urban Senegal by Allen F. Roberts, Mary Nooter Roberts, et all 2003-02
  8. A Psychology of Early Sufi Sama`: Listening and Altered States (Routledgecurzon Sufi Series) by Kenneth S Avery, 2004-09-27
  9. Four Sufi Classics: Salaman and Absal/The Niche for Lights/The Way of the Seeker/The Abode of Spring by Abu Hamid al-Ghazzali, Hakim Nuruddin Abdurrahman Jami, et all 1984-12
  10. What About My Wood! 101 Sufi Stories by Shaykh Taner Ansari, 2006-02-06
  11. The Sufi Science of Self-Realization: A Guide to the Seventeen Ruinous Traits, the Ten Steps to Discipleship, and the Six Realities of the Heart (Fons Vitae Living Spiritual Masters series) by Shayk Muhammad Hisham Kabbani, 2006-04-01
  12. Persian Sufi Poetry: An Introduction to the Mystical Use of Classical Persian Poems (Curzon Sufi) by J. T. P. Bruijn, 1997-04-18
  13. The Rough Guide to Sufi Music (Rough Guide World Music CDs) by Rough Guides, 2001-06-25
  14. Sufi Music of India and Pakistan: Sound, Context, and Meaning by Regula Burckhardt Qureshi, 2006-06-15

41. The Golden Sufi Center® Home Page
NaqshbandiyyaMujaddidiyya Order of sufism. Naqshbandi sufis are known as the silent sufis because they practice the silent meditation of the heart. Meditation groups worldwide. Inverness, California.
The Golden Sufi Center
Give me freedom to fly without a shadow,
Give me freedom to sing without an echo,
and to love without leaving traces.
Welcome and Enter
(German Language Version: auf deutsch
P.O. Box 428
Inverness, CA 94937-0428, USA
tel (415) 663-8773, fax (415) 663-9128
last updated: June 21, 2005

42. A Survey Of Sufi Music : Its Geographical Distribution And Marketability
A detailed survey of sufi Music,its geographical distribution and marketability. Also contains many online bibliographic references.
"A Survey of Sufi Music: Its Geographical Distribution and Marketability" by Robert Poole
Music Industry Freelance Writer, Traveller and Photographer
Swindon, Wilts., U.K.
June, 2001
The increasing interest of Western cultures in music from all corners of the globe - the so-called 'world music' genre of recent years - helped bring the message of an ultra-orthodox religion to global dance floors in the early 1990s, outraging fundamentalists, but enthralling new audiences of potential converts to such music. Today, Islam's Sufi music has gained a foothold in the world marketplace, but, some would say, at the intolerably heavy price of becoming detached from its original religious and mystical purpose. The following major, extended survey of Sufi music attempts to document, in summary form, the variety of Sufi music throughout the world, together with information on its origins and potential marketability in terms of recordings. The comprehensive bibliography and select discography, which complete the article, form important resources in their own right. Introduction: Sufi Music and the Rise of Qawwali in the West WHEN Peter Gabriel launched RealWorld Records in 1989, his vision was to give musicians an opportunity to have their work available globally, and for listeners to be introduced to many new 'world music' forms. Yet even he, perhaps, could not have envisaged the influence this label would have in making household names of unlikely stars. One of these musicians was Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan - a Pakistani singer of Qawwali (the music of devotional Sufism) - who was, although unknown in the West, already a superstar in his home country.

43. Upcoming Events Of The Sufi Movement
Upcoming Events of the sufi Movement, The International sufi Movement was founded by Hazrat Inayat Khan with the following objectsTo realize and spread the
Upcoming Events
For more information on a particular event,
please consult the specified contact person.

It is our pleasure to inform you that Hidayat Inayat-Khan, son of Pir-O-Murshid Inayat Khan, will be visiting us in Kansas City. Hidayat will be accompanied by his wife, Aziza. June 16, Thursday - 7:30 PM
June 17, Friday - 7:00 PM
Evening Concert Performance
Ottawa University Chapel, Ottawa, KS.
The concert will include a composition written by Hidayat Inayat-Khan
June 18, Saturday - 1:00-3:00 PM
Conversations with Hidayat and Aziza - Love Offering
3HO Yoga Center, 3525 Walnut, KCMO June 18, Saturday - 7:30-9:30 PM Hidayat and Friends: Mysticism of Sound, Zikr, and Dance 13th and Holmes, Downtown KCMO June 20, Monday - 7:00 PM Solstice Celebration - Love Offering The evening begins with singing and dancing. Hidayat and Friends: Hidayat speaks about his music. A muscial composition by Hidayat will be performed. 13th and Holmes, Downtown KCMO

44. Passporttoparadise
An online exhibition (organized by UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History, Los Angeles, US) celebrating the art of the Mourides, a sufi movement originating in Senegal. Includes information on the order and education resources.

45. The Threshold Society & The Mevlevi Order
A nonprofit educational foundation based in California, US, affiliated to the Mevlevi Order. Events listing, background reading, and online bookstore.
September: Increase useful knowledge, especially the knowledge of the sacred
October: Express the divine attribute of Beauty
Themes for the whole year

Site Index
Sufism Events ... Search The Threshold Society , rooted within the traditions of Sufism and inspired by the life and work of Mevlâna Jalâluddîn Rumi , is a non-profit educational foundation with the purpose of facilitating the experience of Divine unity, love, and wisdom in the world.The Society is affiliated with the Mevlevi Order , and offers training programs, seminars and retreats around the world. These are intended to provide a structure for practice and study within Sufism and spiritual psychology. Our programs and activities are open to people of all faiths, and you are welcome to join us for a Saturday open meeting (10/8, 11/12) . For these events contact the dergah secretary via e-mail . For other inquiries, email us at:
In addition representatives and study groups can be found in several countries. Make a donation to Threshold Society Upcoming events:
  • Garrison, New York. Sept.29-Oct.2.

46. Índice
Uma Sociedade que visa a jun§£o das tradi§µes esot©ricas ocidentais Kabbalah (Cabala), Gnosis (Gnose) e sufismo.
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47. Living Presence, By Kabir Helminski (Excerpt)
Living Presence, by Kabir Helminski (Jeremy Tarcher, 1993; available from Threshold Books)
Available from Threshold Books
Published by Jeremy Tarcher, Inc.
An excerpt from

Living Presence

A Sufi Way to Mindfulness
Kabir Edmund Helminski

What Sufism Is
S ufism is a way of life in which a deeper identity is discovered and lived. This deeper identity, beyond the already known personality, is in harmony with all that exists. This deeper identity, or essential self, has abilities of awareness, action, creativity and love that are far beyond the abilities of the superficial personality. Eventually it is understood that these abilities belong to a greater life and being which we individualize in our own unique way while never being separate from it.
Sufism is less a doctrine or a belief system than an experience and way of life. It is a tradition of enlightenment that carries the essential truth forward through time. Tradition, however, must be conceived in a vital and dynamic sense. Its expression must not remain limited to the religious and cultural forms of the past. The truth of Sufism requires reformulation and fresh expression in every age.
Reformulation does not mean that Sufism will compromise its challenge to a stubbornly materialistic society. It is and will remain a critic of "worldliness" by which it is meant everything that causes us to be forgetful of the Divine reality. It is and must be a way out of the labyrinth of a secular, commercial culture. Most importantly, however, it is an invitation to meaningfulness and well-being.

48. Sufi-Medizin Aus Zentralasien
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49. Sufi Ruhaniat International
Yet the sufi s true house of worship is the human heart, in which the Divine are the property of the sufi Ruhaniat International, copyright © 19562004.
Sufi Ruhaniat International
PO Box 51118
Eugene, OR 97405
Esoteric Studies The Esoteric Studies Program The Sufi sees the truth in every religion If invited to offer prayers in a church, a mosque, a synagogue, or a temple, the Sufi is ready to do so, knowing that all people worship the same God, the Only Being, no matter what Name they use. Yet the Sufi's true house of worship is the human heart, in which the Divine Beloved lives. Sufism is a religion for those who wish to learn religion from it, a philosophy for those wanting wisdom from it, a mystical path for any who would be guided by it to the unfoldment of the Soul, and yet it is beyond all these things. It is the Light of Life, which is the sustenance of every soul. Sufism is the Message of Love, Harmony, and Beauty All photographs, images, graphics, and written material, except as individually noted,
are the property of the Sufi Ruhaniat International
Calendar DUP Esoteric Studies ... Downloads

50. Sufism In Sindh
Website of Jhoke Sharif dargah of sufi Shah Inayat.
Number of Visitors:
Haq Maujood-Sada Maujood

New page to get all past and present Pictures
New Audio and Video Files Sindhi Version Of Website ... Thar Dhareen Badhshah Urs Feb 5th 2005 Shah Shaheed transcended all human barriers. He reached heights of spirituality and fanaiyat in his life time. It is in recognition of his mysticism that thousands throng his shrine-Muslims or non Muslims, rich or poor. Together they sit on straw mats on the floor and eat and drink from the same vessels in true sufi tradition. Every 17th of lunar month there is a samaa (a form of meditation among the sufis of major tradition) at the dargah, and every year followers come from all over the world to attend the ' urs ' held from the 16th to the 19th of Safar For comments or questions fill out the mail form

51. A Sufi Response To Political Islamism: Al-ahbash Of Lebanon
Investigates roots and consequences of the controversies between sufism and its legalist detractors.
This article was first published in the International Journal of Middle East Studies 28 (1996), 217-229.
A. Nizar Hamzeh and R. Hrair Dekmejian
The rise and spread of Islamist political movements have been topics of focal concern for scholars and analysts in recent decades. Since Richard Mitchell's seminal work on the Muslim Brotherhood, a plethora of writers have analyzed the attributes of both Sunni and Shi'a revivalist movements and the policies of Arab regimes and the West toward the Islamist phenomenon. Yet scant attention has been paid to the reactions generated within the larger Islamic community toward the Islamist groups and their militant offshoots. One such unnoticed source of reaction to political Islamism is the nebulous confraternity of Sufi orders ( turuq ) whose mysticism and esoteric beliefs and practices have set them apart from the exoteric revivalism and political activism of the Islamist societies, such as the Muslim Brotherhood and its many affiliates. The rivalry and controversies between Sufism and its legalist and conservative detractors go back to the early epochs of Muslim history. The Sufi orders that emerged in the crisis milieu of the 12th century represented a quest for gnosis, the mystical search for truth, in contrast to the disciplined legalism and conservatism of the ulama.

52. Qadiri Rifai Sufi Order
A traditional sufi order offers information on belief and practice, their history and teachers, and details of their social service activities and events.
Our New Dergah in Istanbul!
As Salaamu Alaykum
Peace upon you and welcome to the online home of the Qadiri Rifai Sufi Order
We are a traditional, Islamic order whose origins started with two great Saints of early Sufism: Abdul Qadir al Geylani and Ahmed ar Rifai. Our Tradition is one of inclusiveness and of welcoming. As Sufi poet Mevlana Jelaluddin Rumi (circa 1200 ACE) says; Come, Come whoever you are, wanderer, worshiper, lover of leaving. Our's is not a caravan of despair. Come even if you have broken your vows a thousand times, Come, come yet again. In this site we present our understanding on the issues and knowledge inherent to a spiritual path from a Sufi perspective. We have divided this information into four sections. In the section titled Qadiri Rifai Sufi Order you will find information on our purpose, our history and our teachers. The Path of Sufism contains information that is common to most Sufi orders in the world. Guidance to the Path is an introduction to the basic practices we give to Qadiri Rifai students who wish to walk the Sufi path.

53. Sufi Music From Senegal
Traditional singing, chanting and Khin drumming by Hamed Kane, a disciple of Cheikh Ibrahima Fall and Baye Fall.

Hamed Kane

khin drums

zikr (zikrulah)
'Baye Fall'
Cheikh Ibrahima Fall
Cheikh Ibra Fall was born in 1856. He played a vital role in the foundation of the Mouride Community. It shaped the movement as it is known and lived today. He has shown the disciples the submission and appropriate behaviour to observe towards to Ahmadu Bamba, visionary founder and prophet of the Mouride Brotherhood in Touba.
Baye Fall
Irreproachable workers, Baye Fall is the hard-core of the Mouride Brotherhood, ready for the demanding tasks of service to their community and it is certain that their work gives to the Brotherhood a strong sense of unity and unites Baye Fall in a powerful feeling of collective obligation. The fruits of this work constitute the source of income for the community.
weed's home page
email Hamed Kane

54. The Sufi Study Circle Of The University Of Toronto
The sufi Study Circle of the University of Toronto, is closely affiliated with the GudriShahi branch of the Chishti Order of sufis.
(Phonetically pronounced as Bismillahir-Rahmanir-Rahim)
As-Salaamu Alaikum ~ Peace be upon you

elcome to our web site, launched Ramadan 1417 (January 1997). You may
wish to return from time to time to see improvements and updates.
Go to.... Contents Page Search this web site What is Sufism? Who We Are Upcoming Events External Links
e welcome your comments and/or suggestions

Write via snail mail to:
The Sufi Study Circle
c/o P.O. Box 143, Station P Toronto, ON Canada M5S 2S7 Contents Search What is Sufism? Who We Are ... External Links This page has been visited times since Feb 7, 1997.

55. Sufi Women Organization
The sufi Women Organization, as a forum for all sufi women, has been tremendously successful in gathering together women from diverse cultural backgrounds
about articles projects events about articles projects events ... contact

56. The Sufi Literature Archive
A collection of writings, translations, articles and bibliographies.
The Sufi Literature Archive
The Sufi Literature Archive is an ongoing project begun in connection with the 1999 NEH Summer Seminar on "The Literature of Islamic Mysticism." It is meant to be a resource for anyone interested in the study of Sufism, mystical poetry, and related subjects. Contributions to the Archive are welcome. These can include new translations or poetic versions, comparative translations, concordances, essays, reviews, new creative writing, bibliographies, and a variety of other subjects. We especially welcome Internet links to college and university courses relating to Islamic mysticism. Submissions of material for the Sufi Literature Archive will be considered by an editorial review board for appropriateness and usefulness. Contributions may be sent in the form of email attachments to the Sufi Literature Archive Board , or on computer diskettes or printed on paper to the following address: SUFI LITERATURE ARCHIVE
CHAPEL HILL, NC 27599-3225

57. Rumi Poetry
A small site, including some poems by the sufi master and a brief biography.
Rumi Poem 1 Poem 3 Poem 2 Poem 4 ... More Rumi Information Rumi's Life Jelaluddin Rumi was born in the region today known as Afghanistan in 1207. His family fled the Mogul invasion to Konya, Turkey where he spent most of his life. Rumi following in his fathers ancestoral line became a scholar until his meeting with the wandering dervish, Shams of Tabriz. Of this meeting Rumi said, "What I had thought of before as God, I met today in a person." After Shams, Rumi's other strong influences were Saladin Zarkub, the goldsmith, and later his scribe, Husam. His poetry filled with a longing to be with the Friend, Him, or You. Are these mysterious pronouns the names of God, Shams, or who? This is for you, the reader to ponder. Rumi founded the Mevlevi Order of dervishes, better known as the Whirling Dervishes of Sufism. Through a turning movement, body posturing, mental focus, and sound, the dervish achieves ecstasy through union with God. Once a secret society, today the Mevlevi tour the world allowing audiences to witness the ceremony of their sacred dances and music. It is also interesting to note that similar to other major religions, Islam frowns upon dancing and using words such as "gamble," "drunk," and "wine" which you find throughout Rumi's and other great Islamic and Sufi poets writings. Obviously they mean "drunk" on God's grace, but that's not to say they wouldn't be outcast by religious fundamentalists today.

58. Imprisoned Lovers
Article by Malik Carn.

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positively of sufism:
"We find certain scholars denying the validity of mysticism. This is
regrettable." 5
Interestingly Sufism has been a major influence on many Iranian philosophers
whether it was the liberation theology of Dr. `Ali Shariati or the didactics of
Mulla Sadra (Sadr al-Din Shirazi), considered by the Supreme Leader Ayatollah
Khamene'i as the greatest Iranian philosopher. Sufism has clearly been an
acceptable form of Islamic faith and practice and clearly the legal decision to
exlude sufism from society is one based on political ideology and not on Islamic legal thought. There is no cultural imperative in Islam to justify the persecution of sufism. Part II: Dying for Love The Status of Human Rights for Sufis in Iran Imagine you are a professor of theology. You are walking down a public street suddenly the police stop you, shave your head and take your academic robes. Within a year you will be arrested your belongings confiscated and forbidden to accept new students and teach class. Your meeting halls demolished and libraries destroyed.

59. Sufi Poetry
Because of his gift for expressing the sufi mystical vision with He is acknowledged as one of the most prominent sufi poets of the IndoPak subcontinent

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The Religion of the Heart The Sufi Teacher Katum... a prayer Ten Sufi Thoughts ... Today's Bowl of Saki BEAUTIFUL NAMES OF ALLAH 99 Beautiful Names QUR'AN Al-Fatiha The Opening Al-Ikhlas The Purity Al-'Asr The Time Listening to the Prophets ... Guidance POETRY BY WAHIDUDDIN Resurrection In the Garden of Lovers Rendezvous with the Beloved MUSIC BY WAHIDUDDIN The Music Page VIEWPOINTS... The Divine Play Mindfulness Living for Love The Breath ... Celebration of Christmas ROOTS OF WORDS... hast thou forsaken me? Vanity of vanities, all is vanity Fear the Lord ? Jesus...Iesous...Yeshua ... the name wahiduddin SUFI TOPICS Wazifa Sufi Poetry PBS Interview with Pir Zia Dervish Whirling MU'INUDDIN CHISHTI Sayings JALALUDDIN RUMI Masnavi - Book I Fihi ma Fihi #4 The Chickpea SANSKRIT MANTRAS Gayatri Mantra SWAMI VIVEKANANDA Freedom SWAMI RAMDAS In the Vision of God SAINT FRANCIS OF ASSISI Prayer of St Francis JAMES ALLEN As a Man Thinketh PADAMPA SANGYE The Hundred Verses SHANTIDEVA The Bodhisattva's Way DANCES OF UNIVERSAL PEACE Introduction to the Dances Song of the Month la ilaha illa allah Love, Harmony and Beauty

60. Nusrat Has Left The Building... But When?
A film made on the metamorphic career of the late sufi qawwali singer.
Nusrat has Left the Building... But When?
by Farjad Nabi Nusrat has Left the Building - main menu Home Credits Images Info Reviews Screenings Contact 'docudreama'
video, color
20 minutes

Nusrat has Left the Building...
But When? Contact Credits Images Info ... Screenings Nusrat has Left the Building... But When?
is a film made on the metamorphic career of the late Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, the famous sufi qawwali singer from Pakistan. The film departs from the popular version of Nusrat and goes back to his early roots in pure sufi music before and after he exploded on the international scene. Nusrat's metamorphosis from a genuine popular artiste to a mass produced exotica of the east, left behind many disillusioned listeners and devotees in its wake. Perhaps for the first time this film will give voice to the other side of the song. Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan albums are available at

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