Category: Practice

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TARAWIIH: the prayer of Ramadan

To see an example of the Tarawiih prayer performed: http://saltanat.org/videopage.php?id=470&name=2010-08-10_Tarawih.mp4): The best is to recite the salatul tarawiih in community, but for the ones who will be alone here is a simple memo chart...

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Why do we fast?

  “Certain truths are by nature evident and need not be discussed in normal circumstances. But, in a day and age when the most evident truths are shrouded by the clouds of doubt and...

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RAMADAN IS COMING

The most holy month of the Islamic calendar, Ramadan the Generous, will start around 14-16th May 2018. According to the country there might be a difference of one or more days, it depends on the...

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Inspiration for RAMADAN 17

The past is an interpretation. The future is an illusion. The world does not more through time as if it were a straight line, proceeding from the past to the future. Instead time moves...

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The first place

Taken from a long interview published on FENIX magazine, n.96, 2016: Mikaela Zanzi: An inner way that brings man closer to the Divine. This means looking at yourself and the world from another perspective....

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A NEW MEDITATION

“I like to introduce you a new powerful meditation. It belongs to our tradition. The meditation I showed you some time ago (see Post: THE DATE) is always valid but this last one is...

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The 11 Principles of the Naqshbandi Order (10)

10) The awareness of the numbers (wuquf ‘Adadi) The principle indicates the observance of the exact number of repetitions of the dhikr as it is assigned by the master. Shah Bahauddin Naqshband (his secret...

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The 11 Principles of the Naqshbandi Order (9)

9) The awareness of time (wuquf Zamani) It means “being present, attentive to the changing of your own mental states over time”. This principle expresses the power of being. From this state you can...

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Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti’s last Sermon

  Khwaja Muinuddin Chishti delivered his last sermon 40 days before departing from this world (1233 A.D.) “Love all and hate none. Mere talk of peace will avail you naught. Mere talk of Allah...