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The works of the Nekbakht Foundation include:. The Sayings Gayan, Vadan, Nirtan , Biography and gif movie shown above are all courtesy of Kaivan at centrum-universel. On-line photos of Inayat Khan Archival quality prints Without the name of Rama no comfort can come. Without a guru, no wisdom can be attained. Whoever pays full attention to the guru, is always blessed with the darshan of God, Who draws all unto Himself. That one who opens the door of his heart, he is the one who attains the darshan of Rama.
Never leave the repetition of Rama's name. Without mentioning the name, remembrance is not kept up. The need for remembrance lies upon everybody; therefore, hold on to this attention every day. In , Hazrat Inayat Khan made a series of musical recordings in India. Note: The HTML versions of first 13 volumes were initially released on the internet as a Christmas gift to Murshid Isa Kadre by his friends and loved ones, who did a great service for us all, and to whom I say thank you.
What is RSS? Hazrat Inayat Khan - circa Availability of Published Books: The original volumes of The Sufi Message of Inayat Khan the "orange books" are out of print and are now very hard to find. The volumes of the Complete Works series are now available as PDF files from the Nekbakht Foundation website The Complete Works series are scholarly texts intended to record as accurately as possible the actual words that were spoken by Hazrat Inayat Khan in each of his lectures.
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What is this web site? The Sufis have traditionally borrowed elements from other religions, notably Buddhism, Hinduism and Zoroastrianism, and reached its peak during the Mogul and Ottoman empires, but lost influence in the 20th century - at least in the Islamic world - following the revival of more fundamentalist and puritanical versions of Islam. Its spirituality and universal message of "love, harmony and beauty", however, proved to have a strong appeal in the West, where Pir Vilyat's father, the Indian Sufi mystic and musician Hazrat Inayat Khan, arrived from the Punjab in A descendant of an ancient family of Sufi saints, zamindars feudal landowners , poets and musicians, Hazrat Inayat Khan founded the Sufi Order in , the Sufi Movement in in London and the International Sufi Movement in Geneva in Instead of emphasising the Islamic origins of Sufism, he encouraged followers to practise their own religions as they explored Sufi mysticism, demonstrating an open-mindedness towards other faiths, illustrated by his marriage to Pir Vilyat's American mother, Ora Ray Baker, a cousin of Mary Baker Eddy, the founder of the Christian Science movement.
Shaykh Muhammad Nazim al-Haqqani. Vilayat Inayat Khan, their eldest son, was born in London on June 19 and spent most of his early years in England and France. He graduated from Paris University with a degree in Psychology, studied philosophy at Oxford University and musical composition and the cello at the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris, studying under Nadia Boulanger.
The ship was torpedoed during the D-Day invasion, and Vilayat was one of the few rescued. His sister Noor, meanwhile, served in occupied France as a radio operator for the Buckmaster network. Codenamed "Madeleine", she provided a vital link between the British War Office and the French Resistance, and was the last radio operator on the Continent during the critical moments before the D-Day landings. Betrayed for money by a friend, she was arrested by the Gestapo and eventually taken to Dachau, where she was tortured and killed.
Her brother later admitted that he had experienced difficulty forgiving - as Sufi teaching required - both the Frenchwoman who had betrayed his sister and the Nazi officers who had tortured her, until he recalled the words of Christ, "They know not what they do. After the war, he worked for a time as a journalist and, during the s, reported on French atrocities in Algeria. His father had died before the war, and, as his designated successor, Vilayat pursued his spiritual training in Sufi, Hindu, Buddhist, Judaeo-Christian and Islamic traditions.
He travelled to India where he underwent rigorous training in meditation. I consider that his contribution in the present world situation in the Middle East is particularly pertinent because he is the one rabbi in the world today who is not only familiar with Sufism, but practices it. He is not only a sheik […] but has initiated me in the Order of Melchizedek. This is not only a political statement, but a religious one. I emphasize the importance of the role he is playing by trying to overarch the political structures with unity by making a religious statement. In his book, Awakening, Pir Vilayat talks about the qualities of Abraham and Melchizedek with regard to the temporal and spiritual, as the naturally paired archetypes of sovereignty and holiness.
Abraham represents the ideal of noblesse oblige, the obligation of the noble, or true nobility. But this in itself is not whole without the quality of holiness, embodied in Melchizedek, the high priest. Of course he is not talking about the religious functionary, but the ideal priest who is connected to the Source, the prophet-priest who counsels the sovereign. It allowed him to perform non-Jewish weddings, funerals, and other rituals for which he could not find a basis under Jewish law halakhah , i.
Thus, he also encouraged some among his Jewish students to become Inayati Sufis and to train as cherags in order to fulfill this function as well. In the years to come, Reb Zalman continued to study Sufism, eventually taking initiation into the Qadiri-Rufai tariqa under Sheikh Siddi-Hassan al-Moumani of Balata who empowered him to lead zikr , and the Halveti-Jerrahi tariqa under his friend, Sheikh Muzaffer Ozak He also formed important connections and friendships with Bektashi and Melami Sufis.
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Nevertheless, his closest relationships continued to be with Inayati Sufis. Pir Moineddin would remain a valued friend and colleague until his passing in , and Reb Zalman maintained close ties with his successors, Pir Shabda Kahn and Murshid Wali Ali Meyer. This story—my own—is perhaps best told elsewhere. There were no more teachings to exchange, no more initiations to offer one another; they were simply free to play as children before God. June 10, The account I give here is synthetic and based upon my own memory of those various occasions.
I cite it and other sources here mostly in support of my personal account. My Life in Jewish Renewal. Zalman M. He may have made the acquaintance of various Perennialist Sufis by this point, having heard Seyyed Hossein Nasr b.
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Geneva: International Headquarters of the Sufi Movement, Biography of Pir-o-Murshid Inayat Khan. London: East-West Publications, Van Voorst van Beest, Munira ed. London: East-West Publications, xii. A person might be the qutb for years or a single moment.
At one point, Pir Vilayat believed the qutb was in Lebanon. All of this was heard directly from Reb Zalman. Pythia Peay.
Jeremy P. No doubt he sacrificed at the altar in Jerusalem, which is probably the stone now housed in the Dome of the Rock. I believe he must have lived in the cave that is at the top of the Mount of Olives—a place where I once took retreat—whereas most of his people at the time were living in tents. When I imagine the being of Melchizedek, I think of him as very, very holy, with a personality that is totally dedicated to attuning to the sacred.
John the Divine, he looked like a kohein gadol. At one point he had asked me to initiate him into the order of Melchizedek. Then we had the initiation, and I know what he wanted.
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He wanted a connection with Malkhitzedek, on that level. And Elana had baked a hallah, three hallahs, that looked like a heart, and two hallahs that looked like wings.
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And it was wonderful. Richmond, Virginia. Letter written recommending Schachter-Shalomi for the Templeton Prize. Ya Qahr, the sovereign, he connects with Abraham. Ya Quddus, holiness, he connects to Melchizedek. Vilayat Inayat Khan. Awakening: A Sufi Experience. Tarcher: New York, Deepak Chopa and various scientists also participated.
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Sohbet Archive. Sohbet Teachings of the Inayati-Maimuni Order. Nevertheless, there is much that can be understood from the Hebrew and the cultural context. In one letter, dated August 9, , he wrote: Some years ago, Reb Zalman and myself initiated each other into our respective traditions. Religious Gathekas, 1. Caravan of Souls,