September 2013

Caravan of Souls: An Introduction to the Sufi Path of Hazrat Inayat Khan

Caravan of Souls dust jacket.inddCaravan of Souls is a guidebook to the Sufi path of Hazrat Inayat Khan, a spiritual philosophy of Love, Harmony, and Beauty. Within these covers the reader will find the essential teachings and methods of the Order and Movement he founded, as well as an inspiring array of sayings, poems, songs, prayers, stories, and biographical portraits.

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The Forty Rules Cards Now Available

FortyRulesPosterThe recently graduated Nasim class of Suluk Academy has produced sets of cards inscribed with Hazrat Inayat Khan’s Iron, Copper, Silver, and Golden Rules. The forty Rules offer an opportunity to consistently remember one’s ideals and to act upon them in daily life.

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A Higher Union

William Blake

William Blake

Often it is asked, if God is good and beautiful, why is there so much evil and ugliness in the world? The answer is that the Creator has endowed humanity with freedom. We are free to choose love, and the virtues and inspirations that love kindles, or to choose lovelessness, and the dark shadows that lovelessness casts.

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Persian and Indian Visions of the Living Earth

SchoolOfTabriz1From the Caspian Sea in the west to the Bay of Bengal in the east stretches a vast and undulating tract of the planetary crust marked by soaring peaks, scorched deserts, and fertile river valleys.

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September Message

 9 September 2013

Toward the One

Dear Companions on the Path,

May these lines find you well.

Following a summer of travels, I have just returned with my family to the Abode of the Message. It is good to be back.

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Noor Exposition, Suresnes, France

NoorExpositionAn exposition on the life of Noor Inayat Khan opens this week in Suresnes, France, coinciding with the inauguration of a primary school beside the Seine named for her memory: École Noor Inayat Khan dite Madeleine. Through text and images the exposition introduces Hazrat Inayat Khan and his work in the West and goes on to tells of Noor’s childhood, storytelling and heroic work for the Resistance. The exposition runs from the 10th to the 28th of September.