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« on: Nov 16, 2010 09:35 pm »

Smiley that's beautiful jitendra it reminds me of this, under the international sufi movement
"Truth is One; it cannot be otherwise. Therefore the Sufi finds the light and love of the Divine Spirit of Guidance hidden in all names and forms"
http://www.sufimovement.org/



Hi Eric i have noticed that you have mentioned the Sufi Movement several times over a period of time. i decided to follow your link. i found that part of the sufi's approach is meditation. However i could not find any techniques or lessons associated with the practice. Am i missing something?

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« Reply #1 on: Nov 16, 2010 09:56 pm »

 Huh? idk maybe search around online
yeah i like some of the information on that site  Smiley
idk much about the sufi movment though just tagging the website i picked a quote from
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« Reply #2 on: Dec 04, 2010 08:12 am »

Huh? idk maybe search around online
yeah i like some of the information on that site  Smiley
idk much about the sufi movment though just tagging the website i picked a quote from

It appears to me that the Sufi movement is the Islamic answer to mysticism.

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« Reply #3 on: Dec 06, 2010 06:34 pm »

some things i have read today on the sufi movement
i think it's a way shower

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The purpose of the International Sufi Movement is to work towards unity, [the ideal of Universal Sufism and the Religion of the Heart]. Its main object is to bring humanity, divided as it is into so many different sections, closer together in the deeper understanding of life. It is a preparation for a world service, chiefly in three ways. One way is the philosophical understanding of life; another is bringing about brotherhood and sisterhood among races, nations and creeds; and the third way is the meeting of the world’s greatest need, which is the religion of the day. Its work is to bring to the world that natural religion which has always been the religion of humanity: to respect one another’s beliefs, scripture, and teacher.

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Beloved Sisters and Brothers,
Hazrat Inayat Khan was an inspiring Murshid (teacher), who taught that the main objective of Universal Sufism "is the same as which Christ has taught: love your neighbor."
No matter what particular religious tradition or faith we follow, may we be liberated in the truth that unites the "whole humanity as one body" whose spirit is God.
With loving regards and prayers for an enlightened world,Nuria and KarimaGita
Social Gatheka, No. 6, Part 2-Excerpts, by Hazrat Inayat KhanThe Mission of Sufism to the World
The Sufi mission looks upon the whole humanity as one body, all races different parts of that body, all nations its organs, the people the particles which make this body and the spirit of this body, God. As the health and happiness of the body depends on each of its particles being in good condition so the happiness and peace of the whole world and the people therein depend on the condition of one another. The Sufi mission does not invite people to believe in superstitions, to take an interest in wonder-working or to increase power or to investigate phenomena. Its main object is the same which Christ has taught: love your neighbour. To individuals the Sufi mission has a different duty.
The Murshid (teacher)...kindle(s) in the heart...the divine spirit which is man's heritage. There is no particular discipline nor a particular faith which is forced upon [a person]. Every [person] is free to think for himself. Murshid's whole idea is to liberate the soul of the seeker after truth.


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Beloved Sisters and Brothers,

The Sufi Message does not expect a person to give up their own religion or faith. It is a stream of wisdom and understanding that supplies water to the many faiths of the world, as fields that all belong to God.

May the stream of this message flow through our heart, upon the field of our faith.

With loving regards and prayers for an enlightened world,
Nuria and KarimaGita
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« Reply #4 on: Jan 17, 2012 07:47 am »

Thanks Eric for all your contributions from Ahazrat Khan. i spend some time listening to this video to better understand Sufism and what seems to be a voice that has represented its movement. Apparently he attained samadhi which is told in this video. A musician who came to the west to bring the music of the east which was not accepted at the time so he spoke such wonderful words of wisdom instead.

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http://www.sufimovement.org/
In the words of Hazrat Inayat Khan:
The effort of the Sufi Message is to give the opportunity to those serious seekers after truth that they may come in touch with the deeper side of life. No doubt truth is never taught, truth is discovered. It is not the wonderworking, it is not the life of phenomena that is the sign of the seeker. It is in the search for truth that God is found; it is in the finding of God that truth is realized. But where is God to be found? God is to be found in the heart of man.

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