Divine Love

How can we bring more peace to the world?

I recently had the joy of spending Father’s Day at my dad’s, where we watched the news on television every day. The national news was contrasting the rhetoric from the Stanford rape case alongside the poignant letter from the victim in that crime – which was read in its entirety on national news! Orlando, the …continue reading…

Opportunities for Connecting and Walking this Season

Opportunities for Connecting and Walking this Season

Our Sufi path is a path of transformation. Our guide brought us special secrets for traveling a direct and powerful path to know our Lord, the Most High. Many people in our community have walked very deeply on this path which has no end. For this we share in immense gratitude. As we are now …continue reading…

Preparing for a Holy Time - a teaching from the guide

Preparing for a Holy Time – a teaching from the guide

I’m still flying from last Wednesday’s panel discussion with some graduates who are working in the healthcare fields. It was so beautiful to hear how the basic spiritual principles of love, compassion and oneness are being put into practice in the healthcare system!! We need lots more of this! If you missed the panel discussion, …continue reading…

Something New, Fun and FREE for you – Mark Your Calendar!

We’re trying something new and fun this coming week, and you are invited to join us. We’re hosting a live panel discussion on How Sufi Healing Helps Physical & Psychological Disease. The panel will be made up of some of our graduates who have been using the healing work in private professional practices. We’ll hear …continue reading…

It’s Blame Someone Else Day – an-nafs al-lawwamah

Our beloved Maryam Reimer forwarded me a link to one of those fun-day calendars that lists all the obscure days of observation, and yes, today is called "Blame Someone Else Day" in honor of the first Friday the 13th of the year. We could have a lot of fun with this one. Today could be …continue reading…

The Presence and the Essence

How would you like to experience the ancient mystical jewels of the Sufi traditions of the Middle East brought to you in a peaceful setting right here in the states? What if you could receive these jewels hand-crafted for your personal walking to guide you into even deeper realities within your own heart? Why stop …continue reading…

Reflections on the Isra' and Mi’raj - Part 3

Reflections on the Isra’ and Mi’raj – Part 3

REFLECTIONS ON THE ISRA’ AND MI’RAJ by Amany Shalaby, Ph.D. PART 3 of 3 In the Name of Allah, The Grantor of Universal Compassionate, the Grantor of Spiritual Mercy The following is a continuation from Part 2 of Reflections on the Isra’ and Mi’raj, an article written for us by Amany Shalaby, Ph.D., faculty of …continue reading…

Reflections on the Isra' and Mi’raj - Part 2

Reflections on the Isra’ and Mi’raj – Part 2

REFLECTIONS ON THE ISRA’ AND MI’RAJ by Amany Shalaby, Ph.D. PART 2 of 3 In the Name of Allah, The Grantor of Universal Compassionate, the Grantor of Spiritual Mercy The following is a continuation from Part 1 of Reflections on the Isra’ and Mi’raj, an article written for us by Amany Shalaby, Ph.D., faculty of …continue reading…

Reflections on the Isra' and Mi’raj - Part 1

Reflections on the Isra’ and Mi’raj – Part 1

REFLECTIONS ON THE ISRA’ AND MI’RAJ by Amany Shalaby, Ph.D. PART 1 of 3 In the Name of Allah, The Grantor of Universal Compassionate, the Grantor of Spiritual Mercy “Glorified (and Exalted) be He (Allah) Who took His slave (Muhammad ) for a journey by night from Al-Masjid-al-Haram (at Makkah) to the farthest mosque (in Jerusalem), the neighbourhood …continue reading…

We are made to give and receive love…

You know how God sends opportunities for love and healing and when we’re ready they show up all around us so we can’t miss them? If you’ve been on this path more than a week, you probably get what I’m talking about. This week has been full of gifts showing up in myself and in …continue reading…