He could have been someone's grandfather from Sicily, dressed in a three-piece suit, walking with a cane, the bearer of the mischievous yet innocent smile.
Extract from a book in progress: The Living Tradition, Conversations on the Sufi Path by Shaikh Kabir Helminski
Letter number seven continues a series of Eleven Love Letters to Muhammad, by Anna Rohleder
There’s the Hadith that says, “Anyone who sees me in a dream, it is as if he has truly seen me, for Satan cannot take my form.” Still, I want to ask you about a particular dream I had – whether it was really you in it. . .
Reflections on the Divine Feminine in Islam and its symoblism, by Mahmoud Mostafa.
A Talk by Shaikh Kabir Helminski at the Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D.C., October 8th, 2016
Reflections on Sovereignty by Mahmoud Mostafa offered at the Threshold Society UK retreat in Dorset, August 26-29 2016.
Notes from a talk by Jeremy Henzell-Thomas at the Threshold Society UK retreat in Dorset, August 26-29 2016.
Shaikh Kabir was interviewed about the role of Sufism in the modern world and the dangers of religious extremism. Also available in German.