Author: sufiway

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59. YA MU’ID

Al Mu’id   The Restorer. Who renews the creation from life to death in the material world, and Who, on the Day of Resurrection, will exchange death for life.  So remember, O slaves of...

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The Date

The Date “I want to invite you to a new chapter of your life. For the sake of our children, of our humanity, of our Earth, of ourselves, we need to raise up our individual...

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The 11 Principles of the Naqshbandi Order (5)

5) The essential remembrance ( “Yad kard“) The meaning of Yad is dhikr, remembrance. Kard  is the essence of dhikr. It means focusing on the divine presence. It’s not you doing the act of remembering,...

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Dervishood tells me

Dervishood tells me, you cannot become a dervish. So what can I tell you? You cannot become a dervish. A dervish needs a wounded heart and eyes full of tears. He needs to be...

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The 11 Principles of the Naqshbandi Order (4)

4) The loneliness in the crowd (Khalwat dar Anjuman) Khalwat means ‘retreat’. Tradition says that perfection is not to show miraculous powers but it is to sit in the midst of others, sell and...

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Heart Connection

“Anytime you loose control over yourself, or you are in a difficult situation, you can be in contact with my heart immediately. If you just think about me there will be a relationship with...

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The 11 Principles of the Naqshbandi Order (3)

 3) The inner journey (Safar dar watan) It means “to travel towards your homeland”. In Persian and Arabic Safar means “journey”. In the tradition we call everyone sàfari, “travelers”, as the common destination of...

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The 11 Principles of the Naqshbandi Order (2)

2) Observe your own step (Nazar bar qadam) It means keeping the eyes lowered while walking, be careful with every step that you do. It also means to be present and to recognize when...

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Follow Truth

You may belong to any religion, to any school of thought or to any nation, but you must follow Truth. You must accept truth. You must try to learn about Truth. You must try...

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58. YA MUBDI

Al Mubdi’ He is the Originator Who sends out all things and their goodness, and Who is the Progenitor before Whom there was no order with Him.  So remember your divine origin, until you...