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  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

161. Al-Sufi (Azophi), 903-986 C.E.
one of the two most outstanding practical astronomers of the Middle Ages. First astronomer to describe the nebulosity of the nebula in Andromeda.
'ABD AL-RAHMAN AL-SUFI (AZOPHI) (903 - 986 C.E.) by
Dr. A. Zahoor
Biography Available in the E-Book

162. Risala Roohi Shareef
Online text (in Farsi) and translations (English and Urdu) of The Book of Soul , by Hazrat Sultan Bahu, a 17th century sufi. Includes audio samples.
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Hazart Sulatn Bahu (R.A)
Foreword by Prof. Dr. Sulatn Altaf Ali
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163. Sufi Music (DK) Doi:10.1221/1858288088
sufi Music Author(s) Rough Guides Staff Format CDaudio DOI 10.1221/1858288088. Publisher s Catalog Page; Buy the Book
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164. Toward The One: An Interfaith Approach To Spiritual Living
Information about the International sufi Order of Austin, Texas, US. Includes schedule of activities and readings.
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165. Moon Over Medina - A Sufi Bookstore
Online catalogue of a collection of sufi books available by mailorder. Also includes texts on sufism.
Home On Sufism Order How to Order Write to Us Welcome to our small mail order collection of books on Sufism. These books have been carefully selected to address readers interested in the science of Islamic spiritualism (Sufism). We have provided more detail on each book than the usual on-line bookstores, so please take some time to browse through the various books.
A Diary of a Disciple of Nizamudin Aulia by Rajkumar Hardev
The author of the book, Rajkumar Hardev, who was a Prince of Deccan and had traveled to Delhi to meet Hazrat Nizamudin Auliya (ra), accepted Islam and became his diciple. He wrote down his memoirs which capture in vivid detail the influence and inspiration of Hazrat Nizamudin Auliya (ra) on all those who came in contact with him, from the kings of India to the very low. .
Paperback, 0.45" x 8.45" x 5.45", 190 pages. ISBN: 969-8574-02-6. Published by Talifat-e-Shahidi (2001) Lahore Pakistan.

166. Religious Misunderstandings - WILL YOU RETURN TO THIS WORLD AGAIN?
A sufi contention against the New Age belief in reincarnation.
RELIGIOUS MISUNDERSTANDINGS - "Death" WILL YOU RETURN TO THIS WORLD AGAIN By Ahmed Hulusi The familiar idea of reincarnation, which is actually based on Hindu philosophy of thousand of years past, is currently being reintroduced as if it were a new revelation. This idea is also referred to as “ TANASUH ” and is based on a view that some time after the transition into the dimension of life with a spirit body from the life of physical body through death, the deceased will return to the earth through entering into a different physical body. What is more, this idea is tried to be linked with some signs in the Koran as if it were accepted by the Deen of Islam and through twisting some interpretations to fit their objective it is tried to make believers swallow it as an Islamic fact. It is an unavoidable truth that life will go on in the form of a different body right after the event of death. Since the entire science world has recognized the precision of the principle that “matter can neither be created nor destroyed (something that exists can never be absent)”, then neither can an absence for your soul, your consciousness be considered! This scientific fact clearly assures the continuity of human consciousness, soul without any interruption after the event of death. As a person’s consciousness, that is his “soul”, exists and lives on with a biological body at our current level of existence, and as this self will never be destroyed once it exists, then it is obvious that life will continue with a body within the framework of its environment following death.

167. Zensufi Park
A collection of stories and poetry by mystics, sufi saints, Zen masters, simple beings, and zensufi. Includes a bibliography.
blog resources contact zs ... where your brain is free to absorb and your imagination is limitless... so open your mind and imagine... for you will not be bored even for a nanosecond... immerse yourself in stories and poetry... fasten your seat belt as we go on a digital explorative adventure... drink a cup of tea or a mug of hot cocoa as you plunge into this cyberspace park... The Artists The Trapped Arm The Boatman And The Teacher Avicenna And Attar's Birds ... Sadi - The Pearl 'zensufi' is a named I coined for myself based on two of my many interests - zen philosophy and sufi thought. blog resources contact zs

Afghanistan sufi Brotherhoods Reemerge After The Fall Of The Taliban sufi followers have always encompassed the spectrum of Afghan society,
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Afghanistan: Sufi Brotherhoods Reemerge After The Fall Of The Taliban
By Dan Alexe Kabul has again become a center for Islamic mysticism, or Sufism, a term used to describe those who are interested in inner knowledge or finding the path toward inner awakening and enlightenment. After the flight of the Taliban, every neighborhood in Afghanistan's capital now seems to have its own Sufi brotherhood. Kabul, 1 February 2002 (RFE/RL) The Sufis of Afghanistan played a significant role in the anti-Soviet resistance, offering followers solidarity and stability without considering the ethnic background of the faithful.

169. Welcome
German/Dutch/English site with quotes from Inayat Khan, sufimusic and links.
Petama Project of the Happy Beggars
Petama Projekt der Glücklichen Bettler
The Bowl of Saki - die Schale von Saki - Beker van Saki - Coppa di Saki - September 26
In order to relieve the hunger of others, we must forget our own hunger.
Um den Hunger anderer stillen zu können, müssen wir unseren eigenen Hunger vergessen.
Om de honger van andere te stillen, moeten we onze eigen honger vergeten. Per alleviare la fame degli altri dobbiamo dimenticare la nostra fame.
'Geistige Freiheit' - Reflektionen über die Botschaft - Buch von Hidayat Inayat-Khan
The Petama Project is inspired by the Sufi Message of Love, Harmony and Beauty of Hazrat Inayat Khan. It wishes to be a source of inspiration and unfoldment for all human beings. So feel free to take what furthers the unfoldment of your soul; and learn to understand the rules of this unfoldment - may success and happiness be with you!

170. Asia Times Online - The Trusted Source For News On Central Asia
The first great sufi school was the Cairo mosque, in 980; the second was founded The most important sufi tariqah is that of Naqshbandi, founded in 1317.
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Part 1: The last frontier: China's far west
Part 2: The king of the steppes
Part 3: In pursuit of the snow leopard
Part 4: Touching base
Part 5: A new learning experience
Part 6: Peaceful jihad
Part 7: The American client Osama bin Laden is not a popular character in Central Asia's cultural and religious heartland in the southwest of Uzbekistan. "To kill innocent people violates the principles of Islam," says a local imam . "Why doesn't he order his own army to fight the army of the infidels?" Bin Laden is an Arab Wahhabi from Saudi Arabia. The people of Bukhara are substantially Tajik, and most speak Tajik, although calling themselves Uzbek. This means that they are culturally oriented towards Persia. Bukhara - as well as the larger city of Samarkand - are not in present-day Tajikistan because of Joseph Stalin's warped mapmaking. Ever since the 9th and 10th centuries, as capital of the Samanid empire, Bukhara has been annexed to the fabulous Persian artistic heritage. And ever since the 14th century, it has been a privileged home of Sufism, a more mystic branch of Islam. Islam Karimov, the current ruler of Uzbekistan, is also not a very popular character in Bukhara - according to prominent local merchant families. But the reason is not religious, it is because of his government's corruption and inefficiency. Last week, Karimov and entourage travelled in style to Bukhara, to reopen the meticulously restored birthplace and tomb complex dedicated to 14th century Sufi saint Bahauddin Naqshbandi - the founder of the most important Sufi

171. Back To HOMEPAGE
A collection of Gnostic teaching stories of Jesus extracted from a collection translated from Aramaic by the sufi Gnostic and scholar AlGhazali (died 1111).
Back to HOMEPAGE Welcome to The Gnostic Aramaic Gospel page A collection of Gnostic teaching stories and Sayings of Jesus, extracted from a collection translated from Aramaic - the language of Jesus - by the Sufi Gnostic and scholar Al-Ghazali - or Algazel as he was known in medieval Europe - (died 1111). The following stories and sayings are selected ,compiled and translated into English by Metacognitron Electronic Translator. Table of Contents PART ONE: PARABLES OF JESUS PART TWO: SAYINGS OF JESUS APPENDIX:THE LORD'S PRAYER OF THE GNOSTIC JESUS PART ONE: TALES OF JESUS
An ‘Impostor’ came to Jesus and said:
'Say: ‘’there is no reality but TRUE REALITY’’.'
Jesus answered him:
'It is a true statement, but I will not repeat it after you .’ 2-THE STATE OF NO THOUGHT
Once Jesus remained wrapped in deep contemplation for sixty days without eating. Then he broke his contemplation by thinking about bread,which suddenly appeared before him whereupon he lamented because he had just lost a sublime State Of Awareness.
Few moments after, an Ancient Sage came upon him.

172. Order Of Nazorean Essenes
for monk (siddiq) which the later sufi s apply to their own spiritual adepts. A later sufi school, returning to the dualism of Mani, held the view that
Or d er of
N az or ean Esse n es A Bu ddhist Branch of Original Christia nit
y Seeking to Explore
estore the Ancient Vegan, Gnostic Tantric Teachings of Yeshu, Miryai
Intro Order Nazoreans Essenes ... Search
Th e Su fis
Anc ient S ersian Mys tics
INTRODUCTION S UFIS , Mandaean Darvishes, Zarathustrians, Parsees, and other Arabic or Persain sects are the focus of the Order of Nazorean Essenes during the Early Winter Christmas Season (Jan 6 to Feb 27). The Order of O:N:E: looks to these ancient Sufis, Parsees, and the Persian prophets to a lesser degree, for certain keys pertaining to certain facets of Essene Nazoreans. Many Arabic speaking regions of the world have originated many important mystical sects which have some ancient roots amongst the Nazorean Essene sect of ancient Palestine via certain Dorithian and Manichaean streams. The historical link between Sufis and Nazoreans, via Mandaeans. Essene Nazoreans predate the Christian era and survives as modern Mandaeans in southern Iraq and elsewhere and as certain elements within Sufism and esoteric Shiahism. ZARATHUSTRIAN-PARSI SUFIS Dosithian Mandaeans migrated to the Iraqi area in the days of Zazai (272 A.D.). After establishing themselves in this region, they eventually influenced the later Sufis who arose in the eighth century. The Sufis also appear to have borrowed many truths from the Manichaeans, who themselves were also influenced by early Nazoreanism before Zazai. Sufis borrowed Mandaean terms for spiritual concepts, as well as Manichaean terms such as the one for monk (

173. Deen Islam -Sadaqah Group Home Page
A library of text and audiovisual resources on Islam and sufism; includes on-line books, a gallery of sufi shrines, and information on current projects.
Dalalil ul Khayrat Burdah Shareef links Salawat ala Rasul Links Dhikr CDs/talks DVDs ... Demo of Sufic Multi-Media CD NEW!!! Deen Islam -Sadaqah Group "In an age of terror, Reviving Lost Spiritual Knowledge Deenislam's New service -Free Sunni/Sufi Marriage agency UK updated
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new to add Shahur Ramadhan Text - 2005
Addresses of weekly Sufi Dhikr Circles held in UK
-update New Classes by Shaykh Muhammad al Yazdani Misbahi Al Hanafi Al-Azhari Biography on this link
Imdad Al Sarf - Etymology which is study of the origins of Words
Every Sundays 7pm to 8pm Mosque and Islamic Centre of Brent Cricklewood
33A Howard Road, Cricklewood, NW2, London
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174. Ibn Al'Arabi: Sufi Mysticism And Pantheism.
Islamic panentheism in the sufi mystic Ibn al Arabi.
Ibn al-'Arabi - the Sufi mystic
A history of pantheism and scientific pantheism by Paul Harrison. Are you a pantheist? Find out now at the Scientific Pantheism site.
The existence of all created things is His existence. Thou dost not see, in this world or the next, anything beside God.
Rooflight, Mahan, Iran. Just as Mohammed is the most uncompromising of monotheists, so Ibn al-'Arabi is the most rigorous of panentheists. Everything that exists is a part of and a manifestation of the Oneness of God. Humans are part of God. The idea of a separate self is the result of ignorance. Ibn al-'Arabi was born in Murcia, Spain, in AH 560 [AD 1165]. At the age of twenty he was initiated into Sufism. From the 1190s he engaged in three decades of travels as a wandering scholar, poet and mystic, visiting the Maghreb, Egypt, Arabia, Syria and Asia Minor. In 1223 he finally settled in Damascus. One source of Ibn al-'Arabi's panentheism is Sufism, which seeks to efface the self in mystical union with God. The other is Islamic theology. Panentheism is already strongly present - in the Quran: "Wheresoever you turn, there is the face of God." [Quran, II.115.] And in Islam

175. The Dervish Project
Offers a DVD charting the spiritual diary of a teacher in the sufi Order International; takes the form of a collection of visionary paintings and commentary. Ordering instructions.
The Dervish Project
Home About the Project The Paintings
This remarkable 40-minute DVD movie shows a collection of visionary paintings, with commentary, made over a 28-year period by Rabia Clark, Ph.D., a teacher in the Sufi Order International. They record mystical states she experienced while in altered states of consciousness during retreats, meditation, regression therapy, and visions, while on her journey to the end of consciousness. They reflect inner stages of spiritual growth, experienced by many mystics in the past, including kundalini awakening. She offers them with the hope that they may help others going through similar realizations. They include visions of angels, planes of ice and snow where the Virgin Mary dwells, out-of-body states, near-death like situations, long periods of intense energy and ecstasy, rainbow-like energy fields, possession by a light-being, visits by powerful inner figures, healing the world, and many other images. The Dervish Project is a deeply spiritual movie, with beautiful music. The viewers are gently led into a meditative state, so they can experience these visions for themselves.
ISBN 0-9789018-0-X The movie is only available at this time through Dervish Project Press. Orders will be shipped first class. Inquire for overseas.

176. Sufi Order Of Rochester - Pluralism Profile #11
The sufi order has no specific address; visitors are encouraged to log on to the Membership provides access to the sufi message of PirO-Murshid Hazrat
Overview: The Harvard Pluralism Project
and MCC
"Newer" Rochester-Area Spiritual or
Religious Communities and Groups
... Profiles of Specific Religious or Spiritual Communities Currently Being Studied
Center Profile:
Sufi Order of Rochester (Profile #1)
see Profile No. 2
Monroe Community College / Harvard Pluralism Project Affiliations Activities/Schedule History Demographics ... Physical Description Tradition Western Sufism Center Address Sufi Order
P.O. Box 396
New Lebanon, New York 12125
Phone Number Richard B. (585) 271-0532 E-Mail/Web Site Religious leader and title Jim Leff (Co-ordinator) Membership / Community Size Approximately 20 are initiated; others may come to visit Ethnic composition Mainly Caucasian Affiliation with other communities or organizations Membership provides access to the Sufi message of Pir-O-Murshid Hazrat Inayat Khan, the first Sufi teacher to bring Sufism to the West in 1910. Some current group members are affiliated with other denominations or faiths. The group links to the Albany Branch of Sufism.
Activities and Schedule History Demographics This is a very open group; people of all ages attend and listen to sermons given mainly in English, with some hymns in various languages. Attendees are mainly Caucasians but conveners stress that the gatherings are completely open to everyone from any faith.

177. Mevlevi Sufi Whirling. Makam Music. Advaita Vedanta. Satsang Meditation. Mevlana
Thi organisation has held satsang in Sutton, Surrey for the past 15 years. They combine sufi teaching with Advaita and practise Mevlevi whirling (Sema) to traditional music along with meditation and teaching from the Bhagavad Gita.
More about Saraswati Society Introduction to Advaita Vedanta Details of the Mevlevi Whirling (Sema) Satsang and right guidance ... What is the Bhagavad Gita Dec 24th - 2000 Links to related sites

178. The Geometry Of Rumi's Description Of The Mevlevi Sufi Round Dance
of the Mevlevi sufi Round Dance ©1993, 1996 Stan Tenen Back to Arabic, Moslem and sufi Materials......The Geometry of Rumi s
The Geometry of Rumi's Description
of the Mevlevi Sufi Round Dance
This poster is one alternative identification of the geometry presented in our central poster, A MODEL OF CONTINUOUS CREATION , elsewhere on this site. Back to Meru Foundation Home Page Back to Meru Presentation Posters Back to Arabic, Moslem and Sufi Materials
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179. Yahya M's Home Page
A collection of personal essays, translations of sufi poems, and links.
essays and poems
Here are a few original essays I've written, several of my favorite Sufi poems that I've translated, and links to a few of my favorite sites!
The Prophet said that women totally dominate men of intellect and Possessors of Hearts,
But ignorant men dominate women, for they are shackled by the ferocity of animals. Ma s navi I:2434-2435 in heart i am a moslem in heart i am an american. in heart i am moslem. in heart i'm an american artist and i have no guilt Table of contents. Islam and Sufism (according to Imam Malik).
al-Ghazzali on the value of Sufism in Islam
I.a. Religious, Philosophical, Autobiographical Essays.
1. How I Became Muslim.

2. Women's Rights and Equality in Islam.

3. Women in Mosques.

4. Muslim Women Reclaim Their Original Rights.
11.Who Says Muslims Can't Be Vegetarian? :-)
I.b. Linguistic and philological essays.
1. Nostratic.
2. Proto-World Language. 3. Intelligence (in Arabic). 4. Nature (in Malay) ... 9. Amazing Coincidences. II.a. Some Sufi poetry that I have translated! and original poems 1. "Song of the Reed" by Rumi.

180. UMS | Artist
Though most sufi music follows this pattern, the music itself changes significantly This community reception after the Songs of the sufi Brotherhood

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