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  1. Introduction to Sufi Doctrine by I. Burckhardt, 1976-06
  2. Angels Unveiled: A Sufi Perspective by Muhammad Hisham Kabbani, Hisham Kabbani, et all 1996-01
  3. Sufis and Anti-Sufis: The Defence, Rethinking and Rejection of Sufism in the Modern World (Curzon Sufi Series) by E. Sirriyeh, 1998-10-21
  4. The Book of Certainty: The Sufi Doctrine of Faith, Vision and Gnosis (Islamic Texts Society) by Abu Bakr Siraj ad-Din, 1996-09-01
  5. The Art of Sufi Healing by Linda O'Riordan, 2000-03
  6. The Way of Sufi Chivalry by Ibn al-Husayn al-Sulami, 1991-04-01
  7. Ecstasy: The World of Sufi Poetry and Prayer by Seyedeh Dr. Nahid Angha, 1998-12-31
  8. Divani Nurbakhsh: Sufi Poetry by Javad Nurbakhsh, 1989-06-01
  9. Perfume of the Desert: Inspirations from Sufi Wisdom by Andrew Harvey, 1999-04-25
  10. Introduction to Sufi Doctrine by Titus Burckhardt, 2008-05-25
  11. Pearls and Coral (Sufi Wisdom Series) by Shaykh Muhammad, Hisham Kabbani, 2005-04-01
  12. Special Illumination: The Sufi Use of Humor by Idries Shah, 1983-06
  13. Discourses on the Sufi Path by Javad Nurbakhsh, 1996-09-01
  14. A Moth to the Flame: The Story of the Great Sufi Poet Rumi by Connie Zweig, 2007-01-25

81. Wahiduddin's Web
sufi poetry of longing, surrender and joy.

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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

82. Mainpage Sufi Lovehood All-Beloved
Mysticism is the heart of Religion and the soul and centre of Life. sufi Lovehood is a transforming state of the lovers of the AllBeloved.
Sufi Lovehood is a transforming state of the lovers and seekers of the All-Beloved.
Sufi Heartsinging is the devote expression of love to the manifesting Beloved.
Love forms the mirror of your heart and devotion builds the temple of your soul.
Never forget to look to your human self that needs no authorisation to become One.
Real lovers transform the self and are rebellious against pretension, falsehood and conceit.
Clear the mirror and call your Beloved in the temple by sacred singing and dancing. " Our soul is filled with the impression
of the Glory of God
whenever our lips praise Him "
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83. The Foundation Of Universal Lovers Of Mevlana
Contemporary performers of sufi hymns; includes historical background of the group, concert programme, and news.
Search Mevlana Mohammed Jelaled-din RUMI Hasan Dede Contemporary Lovers of Mevlana The Mevlevi Way ... Languages Welcome MEVLANA MOHAMMED JELALED-DIN RUMI MEVLANA MOHAMMED JELALED-DIN RUMI . . The Date : December 17 , 1273 . The Place : Konya , seat of the Seljuk Empire in Asia Minor . The Scene : Greeks , Jews , Christians , Turks ,Moslems , all crowded in to procession ; music of flutes and strings fills the air along with cries and wails ; chanting and prayers of each religion.... . The Occasion : The earthly death-spiritual reunion of the King of Hearts with his Beloved . . The Man : Mevlana Mohammed Jelaled-din Rumi (1) . The Date : October, 2001. The Place : Bookstores across America and Europe. . The Scene: Students, housewives, busdrivers, artists, all crowded around the Information Desk "Do you have any new Rumi?" "Where can I find books by Rumi?" "Is there a good transl ... Mustafa Kemal ATATÜRK and MEVLANA. . Mustafa Kemal Pasha was given the surname of "Atatürk" , meaning Father of Turks , for his military heroism, devotion to his people , and as founder of the Republic of Turkiye . He always stressed that the new republic must be secular , that religion would be a private matter , not to business of the State . But this is not the say that he didn't value religion , or that he had no personal Faith . It was 1 November , 1922 . That great leader and revolutionary took his place at the rostrum to address the Turkish Parliament . With flashing eyes he looked at the members and then began his speech with this sentence : "God is One , He is Great ." During the early years of the Republic he touched ...

84. SSC Homepage
20022005 SSC All Rights Reserved Shadhiliyya sufi Center PO Box 100 Pope Valley, CA 94567 (877) 720-8143
Upcoming Events Sufi School West Sidi Shaykh Muhammad ,
August 4-8. August 9 is a Teacher's Day. Sufi School East
Sidi Shaykh Muhammad, August 17-21. August 22 is a Teacher's Day Healing Intensive Retreat Ibrahim Jaffe, M.D., D.D., August 24-29 Midwest Gathering of Shadhdhiliyya Sufis
Sidi Shaykh Muhammad, September 16-19 Southwest Sufi Gathering
Sidi Shaykh Muhammad, September 23-25 Click here to see the 2005 Calendar!
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to learn about zawiyah.
Sabura Tierney Meet Sabura Tierney, the SSRC Zawiyah Director Bismillah ar-Rahman ar-Rahim Click here to view
Sidi Muhammad's

2005 Summer Schedule

Sidi Muhammad The guide, who shows you the way, is your brother. You cannot see the way if you do not know what you feel or what you are when you follow him. You are the way of the truth.

85. Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan By Aporup Acharya On Sulekha
A tribute by Aporup Acharya on the sufi sage with a voice from heaven who enjoined to a task on earth.

86. Sufi Foundation Of America And Adnan Sarhan
International sufi teacher; includes his profile, and details of his workshops, classes, and book.
About Adnan Summer Workshop Contact Article from ... Silk Veils

Workshop Schedule
July 1 to Aug 31
Summer Workshop in New Mexico

Workshop Schedule
If you are traveling to the workshops, you may want to see the links at cheap plane tickets for sites with low air fairs and car rentals.
Adnan's Sufi Workshops
Adnan Sarhan What others say about Adnan's workshops: "Adnan can take the students to extraordinary perceptions in a brief time." — InnerSelf Magazine "I started to doubt if I ever meet a real Sufi master who will pay so much attention to music, poetry and dancing in life, in spiritual path as you, as Sufis of the past. Thank you very much.” — Yana Petrova, Radio Russia, Moscow "You have taught me how to encourage the positive and discourage the negative.” — Don Blasius, Ph.D. Dept. of Mathematics, Yale University "My life has completely turned around. I have stopped smoking, drinking and arguing with my friends and employees.” — Steven Buckwald, President, Surroundings

87. Lian Records
Li¤n Records presents a new approach to music inspired by mystical world music and Persian sufi music and literature. It has a good section about Persian music with some good articles.
Sound of Mystical
World Music
Lian Records presents a new approach to music inspired by mystical world music and Persian Sufi music and literature
Email: Lian Records

88. Philosophers : Abu Hamid Al-Ghazali
Biography of this noted Persian sufi thinker.
Abu Hamid Al-Ghazali
Iranian Muslim Philosopher
Abu Hamid Ibn Muhammad Ibn Muhammad al-Tusi al-Shafi'i al-Ghazali was born in 1058 A.D. in Khorasan, Iran. His father died while he was still very young but he had the opportunity of getting education in the prevalent curriculum at Nishapur and Baghdad. Soon he acquired a high standard of scholarship in religion and philosophy and was honoured by his appointment as a Professor at the Nizamiyah University of Baghdad, which was recognised as one of the most reputed institutions of learning in the golden era of Muslim history. After a few years, however, he gave up his academic pursuits and worldly interests and became a wandering ascetic. This was a process (period) of mystical transformation. Later, he resumed his teaching duties, but again left these. An era of solitary life, devoted to contemplation and writing then ensued, which led to the author- ship of a number of everlasting books. He died in 1128 A.D. at Baghdad. Ghazali's major contribution lies in religion, philosophy and sufism. A number of Muslim philosophers had been following and developing several viewpoints of Greek philosophy, including the Neoplatonic philosophy, and this was leading to conflict with several Islamic teachings. On the other hand, the movement of sufism was assuming such excessive proportions as to avoid observance of obligatory prayers and duties of Islam. Based on his unquestionable scholarship and personal mystical experience, Ghazali sought to rectify these trends, both in philosophy and sufism.

89. Fons Vitae Publishing - Early Sufi Women, As-Sulami (Rkia Cornell)
Early sufi Women is the earliest known work in Islam devoted entirely to women s spirituality. Written by the Persian sufi Abü Abd arRahman as-Sulami (d.
Early Sufi Women A bilingual critical edition of as-Sulami's Dhikr an-Niswa al-Muta 'abbitdat as-Sufiyyat Translated and annotated Rkia Elaroui Cornell, Duke University Fons Vitae 270pp, paper, 1-887752-06-4, $24.95 Early Sufi Women is the earliest known work in Islam devoted entirely to women's spirituality. Written by the Persian Sufi Abü 'Abd ar-Rahman as-Sulami (d. 1021), this long-lost work provides portraits of eighty Sufi women who lived in the central Islamic lands between the eighth and eleventh centuries C. E. As spiritual masters and exemplars of Islamic piety, they served as respected teachers and guides in the same way as did Muslim men, often surpassing men in their understanding of Sufi doctrine, the Qur'an, and Islamic spirituality. Whether they were scholars, poets, founders of Sufi schools, or individual mystics and ascetics, they embodied a wisdom that could not be hidden. This important addition to the growing body of literature examining the historical presence of women in Islam is the first translation into English of a rare study of eighty-two Sufi women by the tenth-century Iranian scholar as-Sulami . The author was known primarily for his studies on Sufi chivalry and the malamitiyya (the Sufi order following "the way of blame," of which his father was a member), as well as a biographical compendium of the lives of one hundred Sufi men. Originally believed to be an appendix to that work, these brief life-stories of Sufi women are now thought to form an independent work, one which scholars long feared lostwith only references in other sourcesuntil a manuscript was found in a university library in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in 1991. An Arabic edition was published in 1993. This edition contains the original Arabic as well as Rkia Elaroui Cornell's translation, along with her extensive footnotes and introduction, which put the work into the context of as-Sulami's life and times and Sufism in general. Cornell has included as an appendix her translation of a similar study of Sufi women, written some two hundred years later by

90. SUFI Group Of Industries
Manufactures detergent soaps. Also cooking oil under the name of Hamza Vegetable Oil and GheeMills.

91. Books On Sufism, Sufi Life, Islam And Spirituality - Fons Vitae Books
Wide range of books of the highest scholarship on sufism, Islam, Islamic law, women in Islam and many aspects of Islamic life and spirituality .

Turning Toward the Heart: Awakening to the Sufi Way, Forty Questions and Answers
Merton and Hesychasm-The Prayer of the Heart Underneath Which Rivers Flow Beads of Faith : The Universal Use of the Rosary ... Islamic Law according to the Four Schools NEW-Fons Vitae: Mystical Astrology According to Ibn 'Arabi Sacred Art in East and West Rumi: The Hidden Treasure The Road to Mecca ... Ghazali's Book of Faith in Divine Unity and Trust in Divine Providence Wisdom Foundation: The Living Thoughts of Gotama the Buddha The Sacred Unconscious -Huston Smith New and Forthcoming Titles Sufism and ... Thesaurus Islamicus Foundation Online Book Orders Search the Site Faxable Order Form New Fons Vitae Titles All Titles by Subject ... Hadith Encyclopaedia fonsviate, islamic, muslim, arabic, books, sufism, spirituality, sufism, Fons vitae, fonsvitae, fonsvitea, dar nun, hadith, women, golgonooza, fonsvita, islamic books, metaphysics, islamic resources, schuon, guenon, burckhardt, sufi, quran, koran, thomas merton, ibn alarabi, al-ghazali, ghazali, rumi, shadhili, shazili, tariqah, turuq, alchemy, darqawi, frithjof schuon, world wisdom, al baz al-baz, islamic texts society, ghazali, dhikr, zikr, hallaj, nasr, martin lings, alhaddad, haddad, mustafa albadawi al-badawiFons Vitae- publishing and distribution, fons vitae publishing and distribution, sufism islam sufism islam sufism islam Fons Vitae Quinta Essentia Islamic Texts Society Dar Nun ... The Qur'an - Trans. Thomas Cleary

92. Contents
An annual conference in the US, open to sufis of all lineages. Includes program, and reporting of previous conferences..
A Celebration of
2005: October 14 - 16, Omega Institute, Rhinebeck, New York
About the Sufi Conference

Threads of Love: an Online Sufi Network

Past Sufi Conferences

P.O. Box 246
Inverness, CA 94937-0246, U.S.A.
TEL FAX EMAIL The Power of Love A Sufi Conference October 14 - 16, 2005 at the Omega Institute Rhinebeck, New York Love is the Greatest Power in Creation. Sufi Saying To the Ones who really see, The Chosen Lovers, Love is a shattering Eternal Light. Rumi S ufism is a celebration of the love affair between the soul and God. The path of the Sufi is a journey that draws us into longing and ecstasy, into the passion and power that is within the heart. This love that is awakened in the heart also belongs to the core of creation, and is our greatest gift to life. Presenters will include Pir Zia Inayat Khan, Shaykha Fariha al-Jerrahi, Mata Lynn Barron, Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee, and guest speaker Peter Kingsley.

93. Sufism
SAMPLE OF sufi MUSIC Nusrat Fatheh Ali Khan (30 seconds) A person who belongs to sufism, is called a sufi. Nearly all sufis are men.

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'at-ta s awwuf
Mystical orientation inside Sunni Islam . A person who belongs to Sufism, is called a Sufi. Nearly all Sufis are men.
Sufism's aim is to gain a closer connection to God and higher knowledge. This is gained through communal ceremonies, where trance is widely used. Today there are less Sufis than earlier, some estimates run at less than 5 million in the whole Muslim world. Sufism's strongest footholds are now in Egypt and Sudan
Sufism got its content and its rituals inside Islam, but it also picked up elements from older religious practices. Sufism developed gradually in the first centuries of Islam, but there is little proof of real Sufism before 800 CE (about 200 H). Sufism as a tradition has had many theoreticians, but has still been a practice mainly used among ordinary peoples, and often performed without much consent from the religious elite.
The core of Sufism is to leave the ordinary life, in order to close down the distance to God. And by reducing the distance between man and God, man also gets closer to truth and knowledge. The soul is seen upon as an element that can stretch out from the carnal body, and pass through the divine spheres. Even if few Sufis will claim that they can reach all they way to God, knowledge and insight increases the closer one manages to get.
Techniques vary, but they have three things in common: rhythm, repetition and endurance. The actual technique can be utterance of words or phrases, singing and dancing. It can in some cases involve physical pain, or acting out illegal acts.

94. Triangle Sufi Center International Sufi Movement, America
North Carolina branch of the International sufi Movement. Information on sufism, with quotes and articles from Hazrat Inayat Khan, and details of events.
Triangle Sufi Center International Sufi Movement, America Home to the Universal Sufism of Hazrat Inayat Khan The Triangle Sufi Center is associated with the International Sufi Movement founded by Hazrat Inayat Khan. The goal of the Triangle Sufi Center is to share the ideas and experiences of Universal Sufism to those in the local (North Carolina Triangle) and Internet communities. Sufism, the religion of the heart, employs universal mysticism to experience directly, the God within and the God without. Once the doors of the heart are open, the feeling of humility awakens, finding oneself face to face with the Divine Presence, the living God within. - Pir O Murshid Hidayat Inayat-Khan When thou art before me, my Beloved, I rise upon wings and my burden becometh light; But when my little self riseth before my eyes, I drop to the earth and all its weight falleth upon me. - Hazrat Inayat Khan As the experience of unity with the essence, with the spirit of the whole creation, mysticism is basically the same in all religions. It is the unifying core in all religions. Ways and methods to approach this experience may differ, but the ultimate experience is one; and this unity radiates through all inner religious experience. - Murshid Karimbakhsh Witteveen A human being is a part of the whole, called by us "Universe"; a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings as something separated from the rest - a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison.

95. Sufism
Evolution of sufi Ideas. Early sufis emphasized the awesome fear of God and ascetic self denial. Prominent sufi Brotherhoods included
Islamic Mysticism: Sufism
Meaning of the term:
Coarse wool ," named for the simple garments worn by the mystics as a sign of their rejection of materialism.
Based on Mystical elements found in the Qur'an
Including Muhammad's own closeness to God, his journey to Heaven, etc.
Sufism Originated as a reaction to certain features of Orthodox Islam Such as...
  • ...Orthodox Legalism
    • Because the Sufis regarded the mere observance of religious law as a matter of outer conformity, they encouraged a desire for inner , personal experience of the Divine, through meditation ( dhikr : remembrance) and other means.
    • Tariqa " the inner way of meditation, contrasted with " Shari'ah " the outer path.
    • Observance of "outer" Muslim law is only a first step, helping to sever the attachment to earthly things.
    • This leads to a negation of the self and a passing away (" fana ") into God.
    • Some Sufis were inspired to open violation of the law, in order to indicate that they had transcended it.
  • ...Worldliness of the Umayyad and Abbaasid Caliphates.
    • Encouraged the rejection of wealth and class distinctions.

96. A CHERAG'S LIBRARY - A Spiritual Resource Of Sacred Scripture, Links To The Worl
Information about The Church of All (the outreach movement of the sufi Islamia Ruhaniat Society). Includes a directory of cherags, a journal, and religious texts.
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The work of the Message is to spread the unity of religion. It is not a mission to promote a particular creed or any church or religion; it is a work to unite the followers of different religions and faith in wisdom, so that without having to give up their own religion they may strengthen their own faith and focus the true light upon it. In this way a greater trust, a greater confidence will be established in mankind." Pir-O-Murshid Hazrat Inayat Khan OUR ON-LINE RESOURCES Daily Gayani Meditations for the Confraternity of the Message
by email Request Healing Prayers
through the International Healing List Universal Worship Readings Archive for Cherags containing sets of scriptures organized topically for use in Universal Worship Services THE LAMP OF THE MESSAGE a Journal for the International Community of cherags HEART OF THE MESSAGE
a Journal of Trans-Ethnic Spirituality from a universal perspective of Sufism
The Morning Prayers

The Mid Day Prayers

The Evening Prayers

Additional Prayers
The invocation in English, Hebrew and Arabic

97. The Sufi Study Circle Of The University Of Toronto
sufi web sitesIslamic sufi Orders. on the World Wide Web. This page has moved! It is now located at. http//
(Phonetically pronounced as Bismillahir-Rahmanir-Rahim)
Visit our mirror site:
located in Vancouver (west coast of) Canada 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.
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The Sufi Study Circle c/o P.O. Box 143, Station P Toronto, ON Canada M5S 2S7 Contents What is Sufism? Who We Are Upcoming Events ... University of Toronto home page

98. L'Ordine Sufi Nematullahi
Principi e pratica di ordine sufi Nematollahi i libri sul sufismo, riviste e poesie, oltre che una buona dose di testi tradizionali e dottrinali.
l'Ordine Sufi Nematullahi
" Mediante l'Amore, ho raggiunto un luogo ove il ''me e te'' ed ogni esistenza sono stati obliati ed abbandonati." -Dot. Javad Nurbakhsh
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99. SUFI :: Discourses
Selected discourses, articles and poetry from the sufi magazine which is dedicated to sufism and other spiritual paths and published by the Nimatullahi sufi





Sufi Love by Dr. Javad Nurbakhsh All human beings during their lives tend to experience love and friendship. Human love can be classified into three basic categories according to its intensity, quality and limitations. The first form of love is the friendship that is based on social conventions where two people behave in accordance with the following principle: "I for myself, you for yourself; we love each other, and we have no expectations of each other." This form of love is that of ordinary people, whose love relationships tend to be of this nature.
One Who Knows One's Self Knows One's Lord by Dr. Javad Nurbakhsh There is a Prophetic Tradition, in which the Prophet says, "One who knows one's self knows one's Lord." Various interpretations of this tradition are possible, depending on whether we interpret 'Lord' to mean the one who commands, or God.
Traveling and Social Conduct on the Path by Dr. Javad Nurbakhsh In Persian, the term sayr wa suluk (traveling and social conduct on the Path) -which is another term for Sufism- is composed of two words where each word can be explained separately in the following manner.

100. Editorial Sufi
Sin ¡nimo de lucro especializada en la investigaci³n y difusi³n de textos y autores cl¡sicos y modernos que han escrito sobre sufismo o se han relacionado con su entorno cultural.
Esta página usa marcos, pero su explorador no los admite.

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