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  1. The Sufi Book of Life: 99 Pathways of the Heart for the Modern Dervish by Neil Douglas-Klotz, 2005-02-22
  2. The Sufis by Idries Shah, 1971-02-05
  3. The Sufi Path of Love: The Spiritual Teachings of Rumi (Suny Series, Islamic Spirituality) by William C. Chittick, 1983-09
  4. The Way of the Sufi (Compass) by Idries Shah, 1991-09-01
  5. Awakening: A Sufi Experience by Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan, 2000-07-10
  6. The Sufi Path of Knowledge by William C. Chittick, 1989-07
  7. Master of The Jinn: A Sufi Novel by Irving Karchmar, 2004-09-01
  8. The Book of Sufi Healing by G. M. Chishti, 1985-04-01
  9. A Sufi Saint of the Twentieth Century: Shaikh Ahmad al-Alawi (Golden Palm Series) by Martin Lings, 1993-01
  10. The Healing Power of Sufi Meditation by as-Sayyid, Nurjan Mirahmadi, Hedieh Mirahmadi, 2005-06-30
  11. Master of The Jinn: A Sufi Novel by Irving Karchmar, 2004-09-01
  12. The Sufi Doctrine of Rumi (Spiritual Masters. East and West Series) by William C. Chittick, 2005-10-25
  13. Sufi Symbolism: The Nurbakhsh Encyclopedia of Sufi Terminology, Vol. X: Spiritual States and Mystical Stations by Dr. Javad Nurbakhsh, 1996-12-01
  14. Alternative Healing, The Sufi Way by Shaykh Taner Ansari, 2007-01-11

1. Sufi Poets — Poet Seers
A collection of sufi Poets with brief biographies and selected poetry.

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" Don't look at your form, however ugly or beautiful.
Look at love and at the aim of your quest. ...
O you whose lips are parched, keep looking for water.
Those parched lips are proof that eventually you will reach the source." by: Rumi
Sufi Poets include:
Article on The Ecstatic Poetry of the Sufi's Photo Credit: Unmesh Swanson Books Sufi Poetry
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Sufi's are lovers of the truth. Through love and devotion they seek to become one with their beloved. Through poetry many of the great Sufi mystics have been able to encapsulate and share their spiritual experiences.
The appeal of Sufi poetry is universal, great Sufi Poets such as Rumi, Hafiz and Omar Khayyam are appreciated by both Sufi's and non Sufi's alike. This is because their poetry expresses the universal aspirations of spiritual seekers .

2. Sufi Order International North America
The whole world's treasure is too small a price for a word that kindles the soul. Hazrat Inayat Khan. The sufi Order is a tax-exempt 501c(3) organization.
The whole world's treasure is too small a price for a word that kindles the soul.
- Hazrat Inayat Khan The Sufi Order is a tax-exempt 501c(3) organization. Sufi Order International
PO Box 480
New Lebanon, NY 12125
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3. Sufism - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
sufism or taṣawwuf is defined by its adherents as the inner, mystical dimension of Islam A practitioner of this tradition is generally known as a ṣūfī (صُوفِيّ
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... Culture and society Academics Animals Art ... e Sufism or taṣawwuf Arabic ‎) is defined by its adherents as the inner, mystical dimension of Islam A practitioner of this tradition is generally known as a ṣūfī ). Another name for a Sufi is Dervish Classical Sufi scholars have defined Sufism as "a science whose objective is the reparation of the heart and turning it away from all else but God." Alternatively, in the words of the Darqawi Sufi teacher Ahmad ibn Ajiba , "a science through which one can know how to travel into the presence of the Divine , purify one’s inner self from filth, and beautify it with a variety of praiseworthy traits." Classical Sufis were characterised by their attachment to dhikr (a practice of repeating the names of God) and asceticism . Sufism gained adherents among a number of Muslims as a reaction against the worldliness of the early Umayyad Caliphate (661-750 CE ). The Sufi movement has spanned several continents and cultures over a millennium, at first expressed through Arabic, then through Persian, Turkish and a dozen other languages.

4. BBC - Religions - Islam: Sufism
However throughout history a sufi was most often understood to be a person of religious learning who aspires to be close to Allah. They understand their purpose in life from the
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Last updated 2009-09-08 Sufism is Islamic mysticism. This article provides a description of Sufism and information about its history and practice.
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Muslims travelling to a Sufi gathering Sufism, or Tasawwuf as it is known in the Muslim world, is Islamic mysticism (Lings, Martin, What is Sufism? , The Islamic Texts Society, 1999, pg 15). Non-Muslims often mistake Sufism as a sect of Islam. Sufism is more accurately described as an aspect or dimension of Islam. Sufi orders (Tariqas) can be found in Sunni, Shia

5. Movimento Sufi Internazionale In Italia E Ticino_Sufismo
Sito ufficiale del movimento sufi internazionale in Italia e Ticino presenta l insegnamento sufi di Hazrat Inayat Khan.
Movimento Sufi Internazionale in Italia e Ticino Indice Scuola D'Autunno 2010 IL SUFISMO E IL MESSAGGIO SUFI SCOPI DEL MOVIMENTO SUFI I LIBRI E RIVISTA ... GAYATRI
Hazrat Inayat Khan IL SUFISMO E IL MESSAGGIO SUFI Sufismo significa saggezza. Tutti sappiamo che i Cristiani sentono che c' saggezza nell'essere Cristiani. Gli Ebrei sentono che c' saggezza nell'essere Ebrei. I Musulmani sentono che c' saggezza nell'essere Musulmani. Gli Ind e i Buddisti, e cos molti altri, sentono anche che c' saggezza nell'appartenere alla religione cui appartengono. Infatti, se i Cristiani scoprono veramente la saggezza, allora sono Sufi, sia loro scelgano di chiamarsi cos oppure non. Se gli Ebrei scoprono veramente la saggezza, allora sono Sufi. Se i Musulmani scoprono veramente la saggezza, allora sono dei Sufi, e lo stesso vale per i Buddisti e gli Ind e per tutti coloro che seguono qualsiasi religione. Un Sufi, per definizione, un'anima religiosa, tuttavia, il Sufismo non una religione, n un culto o una scuola. Il Sufismo proprio solo una "porta aperta", un atteggiamento di simpatia interiore verso tutte le credenze. Tutte le religioni sembrano essere tutte derivazioni di uno e dello stesso impulso, il grido del cuore, la brama dell'anima per Dio. Un Sufi sente la necessit di fare certe pratiche che non sono tenute segrete egoisticamente come nel caso di vari culti e sette. Queste pratiche sono salutari da un punto di vista fisico come anche psicologico. Per esempio, le pratiche di respirazione sono incoraggiate per sviluppare la finezza dell'energia del Prana nel respiro. Non il volume del respiro che importante ma piuttosto l'intensit della luce del Cosmo che il respiro trasmette. Altre discipline come le pratiche di concentrazione aiutano estremamente l'allenamento della mente. Sorprendentemente, pi siamo capaci di concentrarci su un dato pensiero e tenerlo saldo pi siamo capaci di liberare la mente da un pensiero che non voluto. Ci sono talmente tante persone che sono infelici perch sono ossessionati da pensieri che disturbano, e non sanno come sbarazzarsene.

6. Sufism, Sufis, And Sufi Orders: Sufism's Many Paths
Covering the doctrine of sufism in Islam, its practice, history, and the majortraditional sufi orders and shaykhs; including topics such as sufi women, spiritual transformation
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Sufism's Many Paths
Dr. Alan Godlas, University of Georgia Sufism or tasawwuf, as it is called in Arabic, is generally understood by scholars and Sufis to be the inner, mystical, or psycho-spiritual dimension of Islam. Today, however, many Muslims and non-Muslims believe that Sufism is outside the sphere of Islam. Nevertheless, Seyyed Hossein Nasr, one of the foremost scholars of Islam, in his article The Interior Life in Islam contends that Sufism is simply the name for the inner or esoteric dimension of Islam. After nearly 30 years of the study of Sufism, I would say that in spite of its many variations and voluminous expressions, the essence of Sufi practice is quite simple. It is that the Sufi surrenders to God, in love, over and over; which involves embracing with love at each moment the content of one's consciousness (one's perceptions, thoughts, and feelings, as well as one's sense of self) as gifts of God or, more precisely, as manifestations of God.
  • Workshop On Sufism with Dr. Godlas in the Bahamas, December 23-26, 2010 As a part of the Unity in Diversity Symposium and Celebration held at the Sivananda Ashram Yoga Retreat in Nassau, Bahamas, Dec. 22, 2010 to Jan. 1, 2011, Dr. Godlas will be giving a series of lectures focusing on the practice of Sufism and leading sessions of silent and vocal dhikr (i.e., Sufi meditation and chanting). Participants are welcome to come for just Dr. Godlas' presentations, for the entire symposisum, or for any part of it. For costs and reservations, see the information at
  • 7. Sufi Prayer Flags With Arabic Calligraphy And Islamic Designs
    Beautiful sufi Prayer Flags and Banners with Arabic Calligraphy and Islamic Designs, contains sacred phrases and divine attributes. sufi Prayer Flags offers prayers and blessings

    8. 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.

    9. Sufism: Definition From
    The use of the title sufi by nontraditional groups to refer to themselves, and their appropriation of traditional sufi masters (most notably Jalaluddin Rumi) as sources of

    10. Comparative Index To Islam : SUFI
    sufi. The Mystical Movement within Islam that began in 8th and 9th centuries, partly as a call to return to a simple ascetic life with devotional practices (eg. the
    SUFI The Mystical Movement within Islam that began in 8th and 9th centuries, partly as a call to return to a simple ascetic life with devotional practices (eg. the dervish rituals of using the name of God), and partly as a reaction against the excesses of the jurists, the thoelogicans and the philosphers. They developed many Sufi orders (similar to Christian orders or communities), which kept Islam very much alive among the people and became a strong missionary movement. Two well known Sufis are al-Junayd (d.908) and al-Hallaj (d. 922). The latter was crucified for heresy. Another famous sufi is ibn al-Arabi (d. 1240). Perhaps the most famous is al-Ghazali who managed to establish sufiism within orthodox Islam. The following quotations are taken from this article exploring Sufism in Islam
    • ayas used to justify Sufism, al-Baqarah 2:156; an-Nur 24:35; Qaf 50:6
    • Prince Dara Shikoh, sufi son of Moghul Emperor Shar Jahan, affirms that Sufism and Advaita Vedantism (Hinduism) are essentially the same, (Martin Lings, What is Sufism?

    11. Sufi E Sufismo In Italia, Ordine Sufi Jerrahi, Pagine Di Sufismo
    Milano Scheda della Tariqa con eventi e musica, temi e dergha, arte e libri.
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    12. The Story Of The Woman Sufi - Hindustan Times
    Oct 30, 2010 The sarcophagus chamber of many sufi shrines in this city is barred to women. So it is pleasantly surprising to discover a dargah dedicated to a woman. But Fatima

    13. SUFIS.ORG
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    14. Sufi Healing For The Soul
    sufi healing for the soul through the Shadhiliyya teachings of Sidi Muhammad alJamal ar-Rifa'i ash-Shadhuli

    15. School Of Sufi Teaching - Home - Naqshbandi, Mujaddidi, Chishti, Qadiri And Shad
    Information about a School of sufi Teaching, offering tuition in five sufi Orders. Includes background reading and details of programs.
    English Russian

    The urge toward mysticism - the urge to experience a dimension beyond the material world, to know and return to a spiritual Essence or Truth - is inherent within every person, irrespective of his or her religion.
    Meditation (Muraqabah)

    Experience over the centuries has shown that muraqabah leads to all stages of perfection. The origin of muraqabah lies in the saying of the Prophet Muhammad SAW, "Adore Allah as if you are seeing Him, and if you do not see Him, know that He is seeing you."
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    Shaykh will be in Poland. Contact or further details. 18-22 October 2010
    Shaykh will be visiting Italy. Please write to for
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  • 16. Universal Sufism - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Universal sufism is a universalist spiritual movement founded by Hazrat Inayat Khan while traveling throughout the West between 1910 and 1926, based on unity of all people and religions
    Universal Sufism
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from International Sufi Movement Jump to: navigation search This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards Please improve this article if you can. The talk page may contain suggestions. (April 2010) Part of a series of articles on
    Universal Sufism Figures Inayat Khan Pirani Ameena Begum Maheboob Khan Mohammed Ali Khan ... Zia Inayat Khan Beliefs Panentheism Universal Intelligence Esotericism Spirit of Guidance ... Prophetic continuity Practices Universal Worship Service Dhikr Wazifa Muraqaba ... Ziraat Structure Pir Murshid Khalif Murid Places of worship Universel Murad Hassil Universel Dargah of Hazrat Inayat Sirkar Sufi Centre Groups Sufi Order International International Sufi Movement Sufi Ruhaniat International v ... e Members of one of the Universal Sufi orders doing Semah Universal Sufism is a universalist spiritual movement founded by Hazrat Inayat Khan while traveling throughout the West between 1910 and 1926, based on unity of all people and religions and the presence of spiritual guidance in all people, places and things. A form of Sufism , and a branch of the Chishti order, it has its roots in the traditional framework of

    17. L'Ordine Sufi Nematullahi | The Nimatullahi Sufi Order
    Principi e pratica di ordine sufi Nematollahi i libri sul sufismo, riviste e poesie, oltre che una buona dose di testi tradizionali e dottrinali.
    Mediante l'Amore, ho raggiunto un luogo
    ove il ''me e te'' ed ogni esistenza
    sono stati obliati ed abbandonati."
    -Dot. Javad Nurbakhsh
    della Via sufi, tutto sparisce, solo Dio resta.
    Il Sufi ha la convinzione che la conoscenza della
    di questo Ordine.
    l'Ordine Sufi Nematullahi
    Che cosa e il Sufismo? Dottor Javad Nurbakhsh I Libri e le riviste regardo al Sufismo ...
    An Interview with Dr. Javad Nurbakhsh

    Dr. Javad Nurbakhsh, Master of the N'imatullahi Sufi order, with his heir and successor - Dr. Alireza Nurbakhsh. These contain nearly 90 minutes from his last public interviews, in 2008. This interview is part of a larger public television documentary project on mysticism and the Abrahamic traditions. For more information, or to support this project, you can write to
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    18. Sufi | Define Sufi At
    1. a member of an ascetic, mystical Muslim sect. –adjective 2. of or pertaining to sufis or sufism. Use sufi in a Sentence See images of sufi Search sufi on the Web Origin

    19. Home:, Serving California's Bay Area, Sonoma County, And The Regio
    Info and calendar for sufi activities and Dances of Universal Peace in California's Bay Area, Sonoma County, and the region ... serving California's Bay Area, Sonoma County, and the region "In a few words, Sufism means to know one's true being, to know the purpose of one's life and to know how to accomplish that purpose." Hazrat Inayat Khan

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    • Final meeting of the Santa Rosa Dance Circle with Muiz, Dec 6th. Info here
    • New monthly SUFI UNIVERSAL WORSHIP beginning Dec 19th (celebrating the Solstice) in Cotati. Info here
    • Starting on New Year's Eve the 2011 SUFI SESSHIN . Gift yourself with a retreat of up to 10 days in silent meditations, Dances of Universal Peace and zikr practice. Beautiful location in the hills above Novato.
    • January 2011 Mexico Sufi Camp with Atum O'Kane and Asha Greer.

    20. Mainpage Sufi Lovehood All-Beloved
    A Dutch group following the teachings of Inayat Khan; includes devotional resources and readings, and details weekly Heartsingings.
    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 "
    Sufi Serai
    Alim Vosteen
    Groot Hertoginnelaan 148 2517 EM den Haag Nederland. tel. 00 31 70- 346 1625; Rabobank nr.35 76 31 846; E-mail: Love and the blessing of God to you all Click for Religions
    Zikars.for.the.Heart Prayers.for.Love Exercises.for.Light Breathing.for.Life ... to:

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