Tag Archives | Dr Javad Nurbakhsh

Senegal, Sufism and Politics

A CONVERSATION with SEYDOU DIOP Interviewed by Annie Stopford and Eugene Ulman The West African nation of Senegal holds a unique position in the global picture of contemporary Sufism. In a nation with a population of almost 13 million people, 94% of the people identify themselves as Muslim and, of those, 95% are affiliated with one of […]

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Archives Issue #80

FROM THE EDITORS THE GENDER ISSUE: ART | POETRY | CULTUREWATCH | BOOK REVIEWS | & more… From Issue #80 on we have shifted the focus of SUFI to how it could best contribute to raising the spiritual consciousness among people of diverse backgrounds, beliefs and experience, and to introduce more diverse interpretations of the […]

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Archives Issue #79

THIS ISSUE IS PART OF AN EARLIER SET OF ISSUES #1 – #79 THE MASTER-DISCIPLE RELATIONSHIP REVISITED – Discourse by Alireza Nurbakhsh SUBSTITUTIONARY PRAYER AND THE STIGMATA OF ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI by Dorothy Buck STUDENT-SELF AND TEACHER-SOUL by Mark Nepo THE QUESTION OF SHIBLI’S INSANITY by Kenneth Avery SPEAKER, VOICE AND AUDITION IN THE […]

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