“The sun’s light looks a little different on this wall than it does on that wall,
And a lot different on this other one, but it’s still One Light.” rumi
This Winter Solstice come and participate in an interfaith Universal Peace Celebration where our songs, prayers, dances and rituals of Light from Hinduism, Buddhism, First Nations, Judaism, Christianity and Islam will be poured back into the One through our praise and remembrance.
December 21st, 2014
Kenton Masonic Hall: 8130 N.Denver Ave. Portland, OR 97217
4:45-7:00pm Winter Solstice Celebration
7:15-9:00pm Community Potluck
Donations of $10-$100 gratefully accepted:
all profits will be donated to Sister’s of the Road to support our homeless
brothers and sisters.
For information, please contact
Ananda Mariam Simmons at 503-939-2711
As a worldwide speaker she has contributed to programs in India, Australia, New Zealand, Europe and North America.
An Emeritus Secretary General of the Sufi Order International, she represents Sufi ideals of inter-religious harmony and personal transformation in seminars, public speaking and retreats.
Saturday, October 25th
10:00am – 12:30pm event
12:30pm – 2:00pm potluck lunch (restaurant list available)
2:00pm – 5:30pm event
5:30pm – 7:30pm dinner break (restaurant list available)
7:30pm – 9:30pm community zikr
Sunday, October 26th
1:00pm – 6:00pm event
3185 NE Regents Drive
Portland OR 97212
Early registration $120 for full event (postmarked by September 30th)
Regular registration $140 for full event (after September 30th, or at the door)
Community zikr only $10 to $20 love offering
To register, send $50 minimum deposit by check payable to:
c/o Patricia Shuford
16656 SW Henderson Court
Beaverton, OR 97007
For housing assistance, please contact:
For work exchange, please contact:
Northwest Sufi Camp 2014 is fully registered to the camp site’s capacity.
New registrations are being added to a waiting list.
Much gratitude to all in our community!
Murshid Wali Ali Meyer, the spiritual director of the Sufi Ruhaniat Esoteric School, is offering a workshop in Portland, Oregon on May 2nd and 3rd. This workshop will include a wide spectrum of Sufi teachings from the writings of Hazrat Inayat Khan and Murshid Samuel Lewis on breath and meditation. Deepening into the breath through concentration and contemplation practices, there will also be Dances of UniversalPeace,WalkingConcentrations, Attunements, Wazifas (as taught in Physicians of the Heart), and Zikr — to energize the breath for the sake of transformation and healing into wholeness.
Saturday: 10:00-12:30 & 2:00-5:00pm
Saturday Evening: Community Zikr: 7:30-9:30pm
Bring a sack lunch or a list of local restaurants will be provided.
Costs: $99 after April 1, 2014
Friday night only $25
Saturday only $65
Community Zikr $10-20 love offering
To Register, send a $40 minimum deposit check payable to NWSC.
Mail checks to:
16656 SW Henderson Ct.
Beaverton, Or. 97007
For additional information, housing options and work exchange opportunities contact Jamil Ali at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 503-649-8424
Seattle is privileged to host the Sufi Ruhaniat Jamiat Aam this spring. Special guests will include Pir Shabda Khan and Murshida Asha Greer, as well as many mureeds and friends. Worldwide, the Ruhaniat is comprised of about 3,000 mureeds. Many friends will join us for three days of practice and getting to know one another. We welcome all Inayati Sufi mureeds, the Dances of Universal Peace community, DHO and friends. Please register early. Costs are kept low and four meals are provided. Whether one registers for all or part, the cost is the same.
For registration, please contact Halima Sarah Bergdahl (email@example.com). Her phone number is 425-941-4991.
Hospitality is a Sufi tradition and it is customary for locals to host as many Jamiat Aam guests as possible. Rafaela Wendy Zieve (firstname.lastname@example.org) is coordinating housing and room shares. It would support her immensely if you would let her know soon your housing needs. love and More Love, Khadija Goforth
Sufi SoulWork, a spiritual psychology, supports each human being to fully embody and manifest one’s unique purpose in this lifetime. It brings together the three primary levels of consciousness – divine, human, and instinctive – into a cooperative and mutually supportive process whereby our inner life may be realized, manifested and shared with the world. Sufi SoulWork teaches through the psychological and spiritual practices of heart focused and guided meditations, movement, inquiry, creative arts, dreamwork, sacred dance, wazifa and zikr.
Sufi SoulWork® teaches you to:
1) Recognize and orient your life around inner guidance/high self.
2) Work with the inner critic or the mental judge.
3) Hold and heal child self.
4) Integrate being and doing through coming into relationship with male and female parts.
5) Honor and inhabit your body.
March 14, 2014 @ 8:00 pm – March 16, 2014 @ 1:00 pm
Please check out the calendar for more info on location, costs and registration.
Lovers and Friends of Allah!
“Two hands, two feet, two eyes, good, as it should be, but no separation of the
Friend and your loving.” Mevlana Jelaluddin Rumi
We are taking a winter rest and will resume classes in March on second and fourth Sundays, 4 – 6pm. If you are interested in being notified, please let Kalama know (email@example.com). When the student is ready, the teacher appears!
Our classes follow the guidance of Postneshin Jelaleddin Loras of Konya, Turkey. We attune ourselves through effacement in Allah and endeavor to make our prayers sincere. The Turning is taught as a devotional practice.
Follow your heart! http://www.hayatidede.org
Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan was the eldest son of Pir-o-Murshid Inayat Khan. He succeeded his father and during his fifty years as head of the Sufi Order International became an internationally-recognized spiritual teacher and master of meditation.
He was an avid student of many religious and spiritual traditions and incorporated the rich mystical heritage of East and West into his teachings, adding to it the scholarship of the West in music, science, and psychology. He initiated dozens of international interreligious conferences as well as convening spiritual and scientific leaders for public dialogues. He founded the Abode of the Message, a spiritual community in the Berkshires for over thirty years, and Omega Institute, a flourishing learning center.
He published many books on aspects of meditation and realization. His last book, In Search of the Hidden Treasure (2003), is an imagined congress of classic Sufi mystics commenting on contemporary and universal themes.